Jack's Antiques was established in 1972 by "Nasty"
Jack Wilkins and his partner "Diamond" Jim Reynolds. Described
by many as two colorful characters, they pursued their dream to
operate an antique store.
Through their entrepreneurial savvy, Nasty
Jack's grew into one of the biggest and most successful antique
establishments on the coast of Western Washington. Eventually, "Diamond"
Jim left the business to pursue other interests, and "Nasty"
Jack continued to run the business for over twenty years, establishing
himself as an icon in the antique world. Throughout the years, "Nasty"
Jack was the subject of many television interviews and newspaper
Sadly, in 1994, "Nasty" Jack suffered
a heart attack and passed away, leaving the business he built and
loved so much to his daughter, Marlo, and his son-in-law, Gary Frank,
who run the family business today.
At 12,000 square feet, Nasty Jack's remains
one of the largest antique stores in the region.
Reproductions and nostalgic gift items, we truly have something
Nasty Jack's is more than just an antique
store - we've become one of historic LaConner's main attractions.