Heritage Hometown Collectibles in Mancos offers “a little of this and a little of that,” said shopkeeper Nancy Hensley.
The store on Main Street just north of Goodnight Gallery has been open for a few years, but recently expanded its inventory to include more collectibles and antiques, Hensley said. Shoppers can find antique furniture and collectibles such as vintage toys and memorabilia. The business also sells paintings and other art, such as custom metal pieces made by the owner.
“Tourists and locals can come in and pick up all kinds of things,” Hensley said.
Store owners Ron and Aleene Keenan currently live in California, but own property in Mancos and plan to retire there, Hensley said. Ron Keenan and his son make metal artwork that is sold in the store, such as wall silhouettes and metal clocks. Some of the metal pieces are made of horseshoes, such as a rocking chair and a wine rack.
Aleene Keenan visits auctions and picks up antiques and collectibles to sell in the store, such as vintage jewelry and dishware, Hensley said.
Much of the things in the store are in the style of the Old West, so the shop fits in with its surroundings in Mancos.
“It’s a mix of everything,” Hensley said.