Antique Dealers in Lake Placid, NY
Comprehensive list of Lake Placid, New York based collectible & antique dealers, shops and stores.
This site provides you the possibility to learn more about Summer Antiques, established in 1986 when I had my 1st shop in Fulton, NY. I deal mainly in New England Antiques and American Paintings in original shape w/ old surfaces. Most of my items are hand picked in Northern New York and New England. I mainly deal in only original pieces. I am situated in Lake Placid, New York.
Whoever thought antique furniture and fun fashion could be so happily mixed? Well, THIS little piggy left uptown Manhattan to begin a new life in the Adirondack mountains - on a goal to do just that. Whether your tastes are more distressed wood & country charm or cashmere & martinis, The Pink Pig has your poison.
When you are searching for Lodge and Camp. Lighting, Furnishings, Accessories, Antiques and Clothing, go no farther! Although the building has been here since 1898, our store opened for business Thanksgiving weekend 1996 and we're now breaking ground in cyberspace. Browse around and see what we currently have to provide.
Auctioneer services, fine art appraisal, auctions and antique appraisal specialist with over thirty five years knowledge. Catering to the Adirondack region of New York including the Capital District, Saratoga and Lake George, all of New York and other states. HR Tyrer Galleries is situated in Glens Falls. Please call ahead for schedules.
Greenwich Hardware Antiques is a sole proprietor shop set up in 1990. When you talk to us, you're always talking to the owners. Our specialty is early country furniture and accessories in original surface and as found condition from the late 1700's through the late 1800's.
Historic Ballston Spa's premier antiques marketplace. Featuring a huge range of authentic, quality antiques and collectibles, hand-picked by more than 25 professional dealers and beautifully displayed in our 6,500 square foot restored factory building.
Historic Canal Place is the proud recipient of the 2008 Erie Canalway Heritage Award of Excellence! No matter which way you may travel to Little Falls, N, S, E or W, to get to Canal Place, you just have to follow the signs.it's that simple! Many people who come to this community return to purchase and restore older homes and become part of our community.
We're housed in an 1855 building originally founded as the Ligneous Paper Mill. We are situated on the Mohawk River and the Erie Canal at 25 West Mill Street. Straight ahead from toll booth about 2 miles to Route 5. Turn left. After second traffic light, turn right to go around MacDonald's and right again to cross the bridge over the railroad tracks.