Antique Marketplace of Hammonton is owned and operated by Frank Mazza III. The building has been in the Mazza family for more that 75 years, once a furniture store run by Grandpop Frank Mazza I, with the help of Frank Mazza II the Mazza kids all grew up in the business. Located in the center of downtown Hammonton, the building is an iconic site. The outside features the stained glass logo clock. We are across from the WaWa on 12th street. Exit 29 off the AC expressway, straight up route 54. There is plenty of parking in the lot around back, as well as the original freight elevator to help get items or people up and down from upstairs.
In 1990 the store re-opened as a co-op antique store and unfortunately closed after a few years. Frank decided to make a go of it one more time and in May of 2011 re-opened as a co-op again. He also decided to clean out the upstairs and make more spaces. In the 7 years it has grown from 10 vendors of antiques to over 50 vendors from everything from Apple Carts to Zippo Lighters.
Now there are two full floors of merchandise and vendors. We are even the home to The Lumberyard Recording studio & Robin Gazzara Music.
Refinished, upcycled and hand painted furniture, military items, records and record/vinyl players, designer handbags, vintage clothes, Musical instruments, glassware, home goods, handcrafted items, candles, custom designed items, lighting fixtures from Mid Century Modern to Stained glass.