Antique Dealers in Woodbury, CT

Comprehensive list of Woodbury, Connecticut based collectible & antique dealers, shops and stores.

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Originally an eighteenth Century grist mill, Mill House Antiques can be found nestled in a gentle bend of the Nonnewaug River along Route 6 in northern Woodbury, Connecticut. Established in 1964 as a destination for fine antiques, Mill House attracts an international clientele of discriminating collectors and dealers who seek extraordinary quality and range, expert and personalized service and the


Madeline West Antiques, set up in 1965, is situated in the middle of Woodbury Connecticut's premier antiquing capital. A visit to Madeline West's shop will take you back to a time of quiet elegance it's delightful to meander through the five beautifully decorated rooms where a huge range of interesting and unique European, American and Asian art, porcelain, and furniture dating from the eighteenth

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-- Location --- Country Loft Antiques is situated on 19 pastoral acres in historic Woodbury, Connecticut. Use the map below to find directions from your situation. -- History --- In 1981, Carole Winer realized her dream of opening a store specializing in eighteenth and nineteenth century French antiques in the charming town of Washington Depot, Connecticut.



We'll be holding a public sale providing major discounts on all inventory including antiques, upholstery, dining tables, end tables, desks, chairs of all sizes, paintings, lighting, unique accessories, holiday decorations and much more.


Very fine hepplewhite inlaid mahogany two part ladies secretary desk, with tambour top section opening to cubbys and dividers with tiny drawers, flanked by inlaid columnar designs, above a base section with fold down writing board above two graduated long drawers with inlaid ovals echoing the columnar design, raised on tapering legs with cyma shaped apron. Do you need antique restoration?


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September, 2009 We are glad to announce our participation in the fifth annual Princeton Fall Antiques and Fine Arts Show being held at the Princeton Airport Sept. 25th through September 27th. August, 2009 A fun video clip from our long time friend and colleague Leigh Keno's website showing the two of them tearing into a very special and early Walnut Sleeping Chair.


Our shop has a constantly changing inventory of furniture, works of art, lighting and accessories, all of great character. English, Continental and American furniture of the 17th, eighteenth, nineteenth and twentieth centuries, both country and formal. Oak, mahogany, fruitwoods, painted surfaces and much more.


Giving the old a new twist is what Wayne Mattox and his wife, Kathleen Dowd, owners of Wayne Mattox Antiques in Woodbury, have set out to do with the reopening of their antiques shop, situated in the centre of town.