Obscura Antiques & Oddities

Obscura Antiques & Oddities

Cambria Bold
Aug 25, 2008

Photo from Atom Moore on Flickr

There is no odder little store for housewares and accessories than Obscura. Run by Mike Zohn and Evan Michelson and nestled on the side of 10th Street, it is a treasure trove of obscure, slightly nefarious antiques and collectibles -- and every now and then there is a gem of a find tucked away inside...

Obscura caught our attention for its unique collection of old school desk lamps that we wanted to use by a client's bedside. They also sell mounted deer heads, old photographs, laboratory glassware, clocks and animal teeth.

Photo by Atom Moore on Flickr

Our favorites were a shell casing lamp we saw once in the window and the funky diner clocks -- things we've always wanted, but have yet to buy.

Trigger Magazine says: "The perfect antithesis of the Sex and the City plague that threatens to gentrify the East Village."

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