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Court Lane Emporium Opens

Quaint Shop Connects Past to Present

June 2014 - Court Lane Emporium has recently opened at 507 Court Lane in Cambridge.  The shop is on the small one way street once lined with law offices facing Circuit Court, known as Lawyer's Row  Interestingly, 507 Court Lane housed the first Circuit Court in Cambridge in 1875 and now boasts a unique shopping experience owned by Debbie Jackson called Court Lane Emporium.

A love of antiques fostered by Debbie's mother's passion for antiques started the idea of Court Lane Emporium.  Beginning with one consignment booth at Dark Horse Antiques and graduating to three in a matter of three years, her collection grew.  Having missed the opportunity of interacting directly with customers led to the idea of opening a store of her own. Debbie understands what buyers want and that they enjoy the 'Mom and Pop store feel' with an assortment of items.  An emporium was the perfect mix for Jackson's business concept.

On March 7th 2014, Court Lane Emporium opened offering a wide variety of items such as: Antiques, Vintage, Collectable, Jewelry, Furniture, Art, Glassware, Face and Body items, Lighting, Nautical, Beach, Country, and Primitive new items, as well as local artisan handmade items and Cambridge items for tourists.

With its proximity to the Maritime Museum, Choptank Lighthouse, Harriet Tubman Museum, Cambridge Yacht Club and Long Wharf, Cambridge House Bed and Breakfast and Downtown Main Street shops and restaurants, Court Lane Emporium is a great location to which you can walk or cycle.  Debbie loves that "customers can hear the boat horns and the bells on the Maryland Avenue drawbridge as it is raised to let the boats pass under or watch the action from the front porch of Court Lane Emporium.

Shop hours are 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m daily, Sundays 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and closed on Wednesdays from June 1st through September 30th. For more information and fall hours go to www.facebook.com/courtlaneemporium or call 410-330-4139.