Guide to Maine Antiques
A preview of some of the events for antique collectors during the summer and fall of 2003
Located in a restored factory building, the Cabots Mill Mall houses 140 dealers in 15,000 square feet of space. Location: Brunswick
A peek at art and antique dealer Marvin Sadik. and his extensive collection Location: Scarborough
Touted as the oldest in the country, the Maine Antiques Dealers' Show is but one of many antique festivals on the Maine summer calendar. Image subjects: antique glassware, vases, etc.
Thee's a reason the York County town has become as famous for its antiques as it is for its beaches. Image subjects: Jorgensen Antiques - interior view of dining room table table lamps from Antiques Victorian Lighting Wells Union Antiques Center The Farm Antiques shop - dining table and other antiques
Maine has long enjoyed a reputation as an antique-collecting hot spot. Here are a few tips to help you get the most out of a Down East treasure hunt. Image subjects: Julia auction under the tent antique shop various collectables items knobs and handles at Decorum
The Pine Tree State has long enjoyed a reputation as an antique-collecting hot spot. Here are a few tips to help you get the most out of a Down East treasure hunt.
Free antique appraisals are available arcoss Maine if you know where to look. Here is a list of dealers who offer them. Image subjects: folk art and antiques (chair, coppor jars, porcelain, books, etc.)
A favorite among shoppers, the Maine Antiques Festival turns twenty this year. Plus, a listing of antique shows. Location: Union
Though it's perhaps not as well known for antiques as neighboring Wiscassett, the Damariscotta area is quietly becomming a go-to place among antique hunters. Image subjects: inside barn - aka 1839 House Antiques shopping for antiques in the shop Arsenic and Old Lace exterior view of antique shop Twin