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Ellie Biscoe’s best antique finds

1950s-era Gunlocke chairs.
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South Boston-based TikToker Ellie Biscoe (@biscbro) shares her hunt for antiques and treasures from New England’s markets, stores, and estate sales with her more than 12,000 followers. Here are her top five favorite finds:

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1960s-era Medicine Show Poster — She found this at Home Again in Falmouth for $40, and was drawn to it as a fun vintage piece for her art wall.

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Antique Wooden Dough Bowl — She picked this up at Felton Antiques in Waltham for a steal of $11, and has a bit of an obsession with used wooden bowls because they bring a different texture to a home and are great for either a decoration or for serving salad to guests.

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Original Faneuil Hall Painting, artist unknown — She discovered it at Boston Arts and Antiques Company in Beacon Hill. She haggled down the price from $95 to $50, and is happy to add the vibrant painting of a local monument to her art wall.

1950s-era Gunlocke chairs (pictured at top) — After searching at every antique store for these in her price range, she discovered a pair of chairs for $150 on Facebook Marketplace in Falmouth..

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Vintage Gold Mirror — Instead of buying this 4-x-3-foot mirror from Anthropologie or Pottery Barn for hundreds of dollars, Biscoe snagged it for $75 from Facebook Marketplace.