P.O.S.H.

When he was working as a flight attendant, Karl Sorensen regularly got marooned on European layovers; to pass the time, he poked around flea markets. Eventually he fell in with the antique trade, and with the help of partner Steve Weigel, P.O.S.H. was born. The initial focus was on hotel silver and restaurant china; today the store brims with unusual, surprisingly affordable finds like coronation dishware, colorful seltzer bottles, and elaborate brass candelabras—all procured in spots ranging from Prague to Buenos Aires.
613 N. State St., 312-280-1602, poshchicago.com

Products: Antique, Tabletop
Type of Store: Boutique

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