Welcome to Carriage Barn Antiques and Collectibles. Established and family owned since 1970, in Laconia, New Hampshire, our store has grown to over 6500 square feet of shopping on two floors of a four story post and beam barn built in 1874. Two floors are filled with antiques, glassware, NASCAR items, tins, maps, bottles,...
We have been doing numerous Estate and Insurance appraisals since 1974. In addition we have been an active member of the New Hampshire Antique Dealers Association since 1975 and are fully licensed and bonded as an Auctioneer in the State of New Hampshire and on a cooperative basis in other states.
Established in 1970, Birchknoll Antiques specializes in period furnishings and fine art. Our focus is home furnishings from the mid-1700's to the late 1800's. Our fine art originates in the United States as well as abroad and ranges from the early 1800's though the early 1900's.
We specialize in important American clocks, particularly those from the New England area; also a selection of fine qualityeighteenth and nineteenth century New England furniture emphasizing original state of preservation; American paintings, watercolors, drawings & folk art.
Antiquing On Line is a business that evolved due to an extreme excess of beautiful jewels. We have been buying and selling for over 20 years and have had the pleasure of being on the internet since March of 1997, ... an experience that has seen our fabulous jewels sent to all corners of...
Our shop includes two-rooms in our Circa 1815 home and a large adjacent barn. We work very hard to stock it with the antiques you prefer. We specialize in 18th and 19th century Americana. Our emphasis is on objects in original paint, paint decorated and attic dry surface.
After an exhaustive search for an appropriate place to open their shop they finally settled on a converted plastics factory in historic Greenville, New Hampshire. Currently we have over 10,000 square feet of space on two floors featuring both consignment pieces and dealer booth space.
We sell original Hoosier Cabinet canisters and spice jars that were included with all Hoosier style cabinets when they were new. We also sell original cabinets and parts when they are available along with lots of other items that would have been found in a "Depression Era" kitchen.
Unravel The Gavel is the "working person's" newspaper with hard hitting news about the Antiques and Auction business. We are New England's fastest growing free antiques and auction newspaper. We distribute at hundreds of auction houses and thousands of shops throughout New England, along with shows from New York to Maine.