HAN gets a 'Key to the Past' at new antique center

It was a busy day and we made some great finds on Saturday when the HANtiques Roadshow pulled in to East Haven’s Key to the Past Antique & Design Center. (Watch the full video above or see each interview below).
Emil and Judith Serrano, long-time antique dealers, celebrated the businesses grand opening event on Saturday, Dec. 5.
We spoke with long-time dealers who shared their love for bygone eras and some unique items, including a 100 year-old BB gun, Hollywood memorabilia, an unusual coffee mug and man cave-friendly gifts. Key to the Past also features local artists and designers.
We also spoke to an appraiser who shared stories of his most interesting finds — including a real human skeleton used in medical studies. A customer with an original Salvador Dali print also stops by.
Check out the interviews below:
Owners Emil and Judith Serrano
Robert Denaro, Square Riggers
Susan Haller, Lazy Susan Antiques
Bill Redmond of Will’s Picks Antiques
Ryan Brechlin of Nest Egg Auctions
Emil Serrano Jr. and Robyn Levine, artists
Michael Perrelli a “rookie dealer” and collector
Ed Schatzman Eddy-Boy’s Stuff - like a little boy

To find out more about Key to the Past, visit the website.

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