Andy's Antiques and Farm Decor

Sodus, Michigan On Etsy since 2015

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Andy's Antiques and Farm Decor

Sodus, Michigan | 1,051 Sales

Announcement    COVID-19 UPDATE: The pandemic isn't currently slowing down my processing time on orders. Most orders placed are in the mail or with FedEx the following day. There may be some delays with transport, however, by USPS and FedEx, but those are out of my control.


Last updated on Apr 9, 2020

COVID-19 UPDATE: The pandemic isn't currently slowing down my processing time on orders. Most orders placed are in the mail or with FedEx the following day. There may be some delays with transport, however, by USPS and FedEx, but those are out of my control.



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Coming soon to the shop: A half dozen new iron flywheels. Nothing says industrial decor quite like one of these.
This vintage metal barn roof vent would make for an incredible piece of vintage farm decor. It's big enough to make a statement but not so big you couldn't find a spot for it. And it still spins!
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About AndysAntiquesAndFarm

Sales 1,051
On Etsy since 2015

Andy's Antiques and Farm Decor - The Rust is Free

This shop is an outlet for me to share some of the cool things I find on my family's 100-year-old farm in Southwest Michigan. There's a little bit of everything - tools, tin cans, farm equipment, vintage crates - hanging around in the many old barns. Since there isn't any farming being done anymore, I'm here to offer some of the unique items for your home and garden.

Most of what's in the shop is from the farm. However, I've picked up a couple of things along the way myself, and I have some photographs I want to share. So, not everything comes from the farm, but most of it does.

I try to keep the shop fresh with new items as often as time allows, so be sure to stop by often. If you have any questions or you're looking for something specific, feel free to contact me, and I'll try to help.

NOTE: I have a full-time job, and it isn't this shop. This shop is my hobby, but I'm usually able to respond to questions pretty quickly on my phone.

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Shop policies

Last updated on August 18, 2020
Welcome to my shop. I'm glad you've stopped by to check things out. In my free time I pick through the barns on my family's farm and find things that have long been forgotten. I bring those things to you here. If you're looking for farm decor, flip through my listings. If there's something else you're looking for, but don't see here, shoot me a message, I may be able to find it.

Accepted payment methods

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Accepts Etsy Gift Cards and Etsy Credits
Returns and exchanges
I gladly accept returns
Contact me within: 7 days of delivery
Ship items back within: 14 days of delivery
I don't accept exchanges or cancellations
But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
The following items can't be returned or exchanged
Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:
  • Digital downloads
Returns and exchange details
If you have a problem with your item due to damage by USPS or FedEx (I understand, things break sometimes in transit), please take pictures and send them to me, via a message on here or via email (it's on the business card you received with your order). Once I can see proof of the damage, I can work with you on getting a refund, or partial refund, or if possible, another item to replace it.

If you receive an order, and then realize it's not quite what you wanted, I accept returns. Let me know that you are returning the item. You must cover return shipping to me. Once I have the item back, I can give you a partial refund (what you paid for it minus what it cost me to send it to you).
I process orders every night when I get home from my 9-5 job. Most of the time that means they will be at the post office or FedEx for delivery the next morning (unless it's the weekend, then Monday). When possible, I use recycled boxes to ship items because it cuts down on cardboard waste, it cuts down on shipping costs and, frankly, because you don't care what the box looks like as long as what you bought is inside and arrives safely. When's the last time you bought something and were like, "Ooo, this box is sweet!" I know I never have. (OK, maybe I have once, but I have a box fetish.)

Due to Etsy more or less forcing buyers to switch listings to "free shipping," I can longer offer combined shipping. If you have a question about the price of an item, please send me a message before hitting buy and I'll see what I can do, but my options are more limited now because I have to take shipping into account when coming up with prices.

Items will be shipped via USPS or FedEx, whichever is cheaper. Items shipped to the West and Southwest from my location (Michigan) and heavy itmes are prime candidates for FedEx because it's usually considerably cheaper than USPS. FedEx is generally a little slower than USPS Priority Mail, so if you need something in a rush please let me know and I'll do what I can to get you your item in a timely manner.

Do you live outside the United States and see something in the shop you'd like to buy? All listings are set for U.S. shipping only. But if you contact me with your full address, I can provide you with a quote for international orders, usually within 24 hours. If the quote is acceptable, I can update the listing(s) to allow shipping to your country.
I don't use mailing addresses, email addresses or any other personal information to contact buyers, unless I have a question that needs answering before order shipment. I usually attempt to send a message via Etsy messages before shooting off an email.

Prospective buyers who favorite an item in my shop, favorite the shop itself or abandon an item in their cart might receive automated emails from me via Etsy if I have a sale going on. Because who doesn't love coupon codes?

If you think I should change my policy to, say, start email blasts when I have new items in the shop, let me know. I'll take it under consideration. But honestly, right now, with a full-time job that isn't this shop, email blasts are unlikely. Besides, Etsy sends notifications when shops post new listings anyway.