Sea Change

Change is a constant at Elite Repeat.  Our offerings are never the same from one day to the next.  You’ll be surprised and delighted every time you shop with us.

But one thing we don’t want you to be surprised by is a change to our Saturday hours.  As of June 1, 2018, we are closing on Saturdays at 2 pm.  Take note!  And when you run your Saturday morning errands, make Elite Repeat your first stop.

Our boutique resale shop is located at 711 South Main Street in Stillwater, Oklahoma, USA.

Our hours are:

  • Monday – Friday     10 am – 5 pm
  • Saturday                 10 am – 2 pm 
  • Sunday                    Closed

If you can’t escape to the beach, this framed artwork will help with your staycation.


Set the mood for your beachy staycation.


Set sail without leaving home.


Our port of call even has souvenirs for your consideration.


Enjoy grand displays of tropical flowers.


Gorgeous carpets of leaves…


Exotic birds…


…and movie stars!


Fill your glass.


Pull up a chair for some fine dining…


…see the sights on horseback…



…or take a garden tour.


And when your staycation is over, you can show everyone the photos with your Magnajector.




Kings of England

Steel engraving is a means of printing by etching and engraving on a steel plate.  Introduced in the late 1700s, it was used for book illustrations and banknotes.  Examine US paper currency and you’ll see fine illustrations of this art.  These two small portraits–of King Edward IV and King Henry VII–are very early examples of steel engravingThe portraits and their frames are estimated to be about 200 years old.   Because these engravings are protected within their glass frames, it is impossible to see, in these scans, the clarity of the printing and the near-photographic detail captured by the unknown artist.  If you would like to visit our royal guests, you’ll find them for sale in the jewelry display case.

SOLD - Portrait of King Edward IV framed and covered with glass. This steel engraving, circa 1800, is in an ornate copper frame of the same vintage. The frame measures 3 1/4" x 2 3/4".

SOLD - Portrait of King Henry VII framed and covered with glass. This steel engraving, circa 1800, is in a brass frame of the same vintage. The frame is signed "Chase" and measures 3 1/4" x. 2 3/4".