Carl and Ray's Antiques
Ray Graphman at Carl and Ray's Antiques & More

October 15, 2010 - Carl and Ray’s Antiques now at 112 Wellborn Street in Blairsville, Georgia

Carl Millhouse and Ray Graphman have been in the antique and collectible business for years. They sell everything from new artwork to old wood stoves including antique furniture, advertising signs, tobacco related items, railroad memorabilia, knives, linens, toys, tools, glassware, crocks, clocks, enamel ware, and cast iron pans.

The showroom at Carl and Ray’s is full of interesting items. An1895 National cash register, a corn sheller, a Brunswick vintage phonograph with records included, an Eldridge 1891 sewing machine, and several rocking chairs dating from the 1800’s are all conversation pieces. If you have questions, Carl or Ray will be glad to answer them!

The antiques store also sells Paula Millhouse’s decorative fine art, local sorghum syrup, honey, hot sauce, and fresh produce. Ray is famous around Blairsville for his tomatoes and strawberries.

Ray says, “Stop in or call us. We will fill your wish list.”

Carl and Ray’s Antiques is located right off the Blairsville square on Wellborn Street next to Early Bird Emporium. Business hours are from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Saturday.

 

Ray Graphman with strawberries, tomatoes, and more

Ray Graphman with strawberries, tomatoes, and more is located in Blairsville, Georgia

Pappy and Ray's Antiques and More

October 11, 2006 - Pappy and Ray's now open on Wellborn Street in Blairsville, Georgia

Come see the new adventures of Old Pappy and Ray. Those "rasquels" are back and running after a brief retirement. There is a lot to see including a restored farm wagon, a story-book outhouse, and lots of colorful fall decorations.

Pappy and Ray's Antiques is located at 59 Wellborn Street in Blairsville, Georgia. Owners Harry Cox and Ray Graphman welcome everyone in Union County to drop in for a visit.

Pappy, from the former Pappy's Marketplace, has joined forces with Ray, of Ray's Maters and More, to offer the community a unique shopping experience. Located behind Early Bird Antiques just off the square, Pappy and Ray welcome old and new customers to their new shop. The store, with its old-time farming atmosphere, will be open every day through October so stop in for great deals on antiques, collectables, and fresh local produce. Pappy and Ray say, "We'll see you at the barn."