Where antique oddities and new age indulgences happily coexist.. The Scene This corner shop used to look and feel more like a traditional antique store, but as popularity increased and stock thinned, scented candles and aromatherapy accessories filled in the empty spaces. In tandem with the store's music section, which is especially heavy on Celtic and new age, the modern additions make for a vibe that's deceptively Pier One. But don't be fooled by neatly lined shelves, soothing smells and strains of Loreena McKennitt. Bep's is a serious dealer of European and American woodwork, 18th century medical equipment and Victorian flycatchers. The Goods One of the most highly trafficked shops among Magazine Street's antiques district, Bep's high prices and increasingly rare pieces reflect the store's popularity. Its owners take buying trips to Europe three times annually--schedule your treasure hunt as soon after their return as possible for bigger rewards. Smaller items, including delicate glassware, pharmacy bottles and oilcans are more readily abundant.