Former Issaquah business Ming’s moves again

September 27, 2011

By Staff

Ming’s Asian Gallery, owned by Jim and Doreen Russell, of Issaquah, is closing its Main Street in Bellevue location after 25 years and consolidating operations at its Seattle location.

Ming’s got its start in Issaquah at the current Issaquah Brewhouse location before moving to Bellevue in 1986. Ming’s offers a taste of the exotic and eclectic, antique Asian art and antiques from around the world.

The new location will be at 519 Sixth Ave. S. in Seattle’s International District.

Ming’s will have a moving sale through Oct. 15 with items discounted from 20 percent to 60 percent off at the Bellevue location, 10217 Main St. Call 462-4008.

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