Antique Dealers in East Greenbush, NY
Comprehensive list of East Greenbush, New York based collectible & antique dealers, shops and stores.
G ood quality and artistic design are always reflected in the antiques we sell. twenty five years knowledge in selling and buying Folk Art, American Quilts, French dolls and decorative accessories for the home assures your satisfaction with our firm and our merchandise. We enjoy talking about antiques and welcome your telephone call or email.
We take pride in our accurate and complete descriptions, superb packing, fast shipping and care to client service. Everything we sell is guaranteed to be as described. Autographs are guaranteed authentic without time limit.
Services Executive Antiques showroom and warehouse features antique furniture from all periods, as well as wrought iron gates, stained glass windows, animation art cels, hanging candle lighting, marble statues and cast iron urns. We stock items from all parts of the world including Europe and Asia.
We're a tiny upstate NY business dealing in antiques and garden items. Listed as one of the nine 2003 Country Garden Tour's gardens to see, we can be found at a number of the North East's major Antique Shows and Fairs, and we now have our own store situated in Troy, NY. Besides catching us at various Antique Shows and Fairs, you can visit our Troy, N.Y.
Dater House Antiques is a single owner shop in the summer kitchen of the 1798 Federal home of Philip Dater who served in the war of 1812. The shop features three rooms of hand selected antiques including primitive, period and Victorian furniture as well as paintings, textiles, ceramics, pottery and accessories. Dater House Antiques strives to provide quality antiques and individual service.
Living Room and Antiek announce the opening of The Antiques Warehouse, situated at #78 fourth Street, in Downtown Troy, New York. The Warehouse has 11,000 sq. ft. packed full of period antique furnishings, a large collection of rugs, lighting, art and accessories. Elizabeth Young, in concert with her parents, the antique giants Christine and Norman Young, opened her unique retail shop in July of 2006.
The Gristmill Antique Center showcases late nineteenth century to mid-twentieth century furnishings and home goods, glassware, jewelry, collectibles, and art. With our broad array of antiquities and adornments, you're sure to find an exceptional gift, or that special something. If you're searching for beauty and timelessness, you will find it at The Gristmill Antique Center.
Owner Sandy Klempner once known as The Wood Witch of the East, with aid from author/defense attorney husband, Joe, specializes in one-of-a-kind nineteenth & early twentieth century American Folk Art, Architectural Elements, Furniture in its original surface, Trade Signs & Textiles.