|Antiques On Nine • 207-967-0626
Over 12,000 square feet of English, Continental, and American furniture, architectural elements, garden items, and decorative accessories. The shop has some old - some new - but always unique and is known for its large selection of interesting lighting and its ever-changing array of pillows and quilts, as well as gifts. Open 7 days, 10-5 in season. Probably closed in winter.
Goosefare Antiques • 207-646-0505
2232 Post Road. Specializing in 18th, 19th, and early 20th century formal & country furniture, paintings, prints, pattern glass, decoys, folk art, & decorative accessories. Closed Tues. or when away at shows. A call ahead is advised, or leave a message at 1-800-641-6908
The Farm • 207-985-2656
Beautifully displayed large stock of elegant period 18th- and 19th-century formal and country furniture from England and France. Fine Oriental porcelain, English paintings, boxes, prints, and metalware. No reproductions. Established 1967. Open 10-4, closed Wed., from mid June-Labor Day; open Fri.-Sun. from May 1-mid June & Labor Day-Christmas. www.thefarmantiques.com
MacDougall-Gionet Antiques & Associates
A 60-dealer antiques center offering a wide range of period antiques. A barn full of formal and country furniture and appropriate smalls. Over 50 years in antiques. Open 10-5, 6 days. Closed Mon. www.macdougall-gionet.com
Wells Union Antiques
Nine individually owned shops with 15 dealers carrying a wide range of country, formal, American, English, and Continental furniture, paintings, and accessories. Also garden, architectural, glass, china, jewelry, and collectibles. Dealers, decorators, and collectors welcome. Open 7 days; most shops open year-round.
Peggy & Kristin Carboni Antiques
1755 Post Road. 19th-century gold and silver leaf frames; English, French, Italian and American furniture. Large selection of vintage upholstered pieces. Decorative accessories, antique lighting, custom shades. The unusual for home and garden. Located at Wells Union. Open year-round every day, 10ish-5ish. firstname.lastname@example.org
Manko Antiques & Folk Art • 207-646-2595
We offer a quality selection of 19th & 20th century American folk sculpture, primitive paintings, decorative accessories, & superb antique weathervanes. For over 40 years we have been a full-time family business and are a well-known source for collectors, decorators, & dealers nationwide.Usually open daily in the summer and fall, but call ahead to avoid disappointment. Appointment preferred in winter. www.mankoamericanfolkart.com
R. Jorgensen Antiques • 207-646-9444
Eleven extensive showrooms of fine period antiques, 18th and 19th century, formal and country. American, British Isles, Continental furniture and accessories displayed in lovely room settings in two buildings joined by manicured gardens. Three generations of the Jorgensen family have a national reputation for their knowledge and integrity. Open Mon.-Sat. 10-5, Sun. 12-5. www.rjorgensen.com
Withington & Company Antiques • 207-363-1155
European and American antiques, decorative arts, garden ornaments, lighting and mirrors. Dealers: Bob and Debbie Withington, Kate Alex, & Neal Beckerman. Open 10-5, Mon.-Sat, Sun. 11-4. www.withingtonandcompanyantiques.com
Rocky Mountain Quilts - Betsey Telford-Goodwin • 1-800-762-5940 • 207-475-6565
For sale 450+ antique quilts, circa 1780-circa 1950, all antique quilt categories. Professional restoration using same date fabrics, professional quilt washing, appraisals, and custom quilting. Working by appointment all year, 7 days a week. www.rockymountainquilts.com
* Note: Even though most shops are open year-round, the hours listed are seasonal (spring through fall), and it would be best to call for special times or an appointment to avoid disappointment, especially during winter months. If you’re looking for maps call 207-646-2595.