Antique Dealers in Milford, NY
Comprehensive list of Milford, New York based collectible & antique dealers, shops and stores.
The famous wood bull- enormous barn, filled to the brim, 4 floors, over 1000 chairs, 45 cupboards, stoves, garden, harvest tables, international collectibles, one of a kind items, etc.... 60 rooms, each "like a museum", spend all day!
Elegance and simplicity set our furnishings apart. Timothy Northup Gallery is an internet-based business providing a range of products and services including Antiques, Art and Fine Home Furnishings. We provide brand name furniture, lighting by Quoizel, Oriental & braided Rugs by Capel and other quality home furnishings & decorative arts at factory direct discount pricing.
W e are VERY glad to say that we're now dealing with the VERY talented artist Christie Repasy. She is best known for her distinctly original and pretty paintings! She has been featured in magazines such as Romantic Home. We have just added A BEAUTIFUL line of VERY Romantic paintings and photographs by the extremely talented artist Jo-Anne Coletti.
We supply a complete line of Quality Products for total Restoration and Complete enjoyment of Mechanical Talking Machines. Complete Rebuilding Service of spring motors and sound boxes of all styles and manufacturers. All parts, rebuilding and complete machines are guaranteed to be free from defects in workmanship and materials.
John Gallo Antiques has been in the fine antique business for over 37 years. John's passion for country furnishings has never waned and his fresh-to-market collection shows it. Specializing in Folk Art, hooked rugs, original paint, early graphic games, paintings, and country furnishings. By chance or appt.
Situated in historic downtown Sharon Springs, New York, Cobbler & Co. is a twelve-room eclectic gift shop. Take a look around our store and remember, we can ship anywhere! We hope you'll visit us soon, but in the meantime, enjoy a preview of a few of our specialties.
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.