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A 'Humble' grand opening in Statesboro
Humble Abodes offers used furniture, real art
Humble Abodes Move
Jim Aycock, left, and friend Aaron Thompson carry a big mid-century stereo console into Humble Abodes on opening day. The shop owned by Aycock and Erin Dalton offers used furniture but some new art. A painting by local artist Scott Foxx is at top left. - photo by AL HACKLE/Staff
Humble Abodes, offering "antiques, furniture, home décor and more" opened Black Friday at 39 W. Main Street. The recent purchase of the 4,000-square-foot showroom by Humble Abodes owners Jim Aycock and fiancée Erin C. Dalton puts this address, previously owned by the Downtown Statesboro Development Authority, back on the tax rolls as private property. Meanwhile, through Aycock, the store carries forward a family tradition in furniture, and through Dalton, establishes ties with the local arts community.
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