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Photo by David N. Seelig
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Treasures from
the Gold Mine

In a town built on silver mining, thereís one place that always has the goods and the gold: The Gold Mine thrift store, in Ketchum. The prevailing thought is that if The Gold Mine doesnít have it, you donít need it.

Wacky hydra-headed floor lamp: $60; signed Raku vase: $20; Japanese dinnerware: $45 set; vintage boot case: $18; killer cowboy boots: $75; Spanish-style goblets: $4 each; charming beaded lamp: $10; swath of material: $20; woven basket: $20; candle sconce: $8; cachepot: $4; painting Ö priceless.


Photography: David N. Seelig. Words & Stylist: Dana DuGan. Special thanks to Andria Friesen, Friesen Gallery.