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Need a trip down memory lane? Well then, take a trip to Agay’s Attic, a quaint little antique shop in Jefferson Hills. Nancy Havel has been a Jefferson Hills resident for 33 years and is the shop owner and chief “picker.” She is also known as “Agay” (a name her great-nephew bestowed upon her when he was learning to talk).

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Nancy Havel

Nancy’s collections include those kinds of things that make you go, “Hmmm, I remember that!” She features unique finds, antiques, vintage furniture, pottery, glassware, collectibles, paper, primitives, rustic accessories, vintage toys and more. Prices are fair and reasonable. New stock arrives weekly. The store is always neat and tidy, and her items are all cleaned up and ready for their new home - yours!

“Over the years, I’ve done flea markets and antique mall venues but had always dreamt of my own retail shop, and Agay’s Attic is my dream come true,” said Nancy. “This past year, I have met some of the nicest, friendliest people. We share ideas on how to repurpose old items and give them new life, which then inspires me when I’m out pickin’ the next time around.”

Agay’s Attic is celebrating its one-year anniversary with a special sale of 10% off any regular priced purchase during the month of May. Come in and visit on Thursdays - Saturdays, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. and Sundays, 12 – 5 p.m. You won’t be disappointed! Agay’s Attic is located in the Ad Post Plaza at the corner of Route 51N and Wray-Large Rd. near the Route 43 interchange.

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