From high-end cabinetry to limitededition books and vintage trinkets, local antique sellers curate utopias of nostalgia for all shoppers.
NOBLEBORO ANTIQUE EXCHANGE | NOBLEBORO
This midcoast antiques mall features 70 merchant booths that sell unique thrift wares, as well as a restoration center that offers woodworking, barometer repair, art and frame restoration, and sewing services.
ANTIQUES ON NINE | KENNEBUNK
While Antiques on Nine specializes in European antiques, its offerings range from old to new and include a diverse selection of lighting, reproduction furniture, and home accents. Closing for the season in late winter, the shop reopens in May.
THE MARSTON HOUSE | WISCASSET
Owners Sharon and Paul Mrozinski purchase their textiles and furnishings primarily in France and return to their shop in May. For out-of-town antiquers, Marston House doubles as a bed-and-breakfast.
CABOT MILL ANTIQUES | BRUNSWICK
Spread out across 16,000 feet in historic Fort Andross, Cabot Mill Antiques displays antiques from 160 different dealers that vary in price and origin.
THOMASTON PLACE AUCTION GALLERIES | THOMASTON
Located on Route 1, the auction house evaluates heirloom pieces for consignment and offers complimentary valuations on weekly Free Appraisal Days.
R. JORGENSEN ANTIQUES | WELLS
The Jorgensen family curates an artfully organized assemblage of fine antiques that range from European to Anglo-Indian, Scandinavian, and Chinese in a 1600s mill house.
THE ART OF ANTIQUING | ROUND POND
During her winters in London, owner Margaret Brown sources antiques from Europe to sell at her Round Pond-based store, which reopens after Mother’s Day.
BIG CHICKEN BARN BOOKS AND ANTIQUES | ELLSWORTH
Big Chicken Barn features antiques, vintage clothing, and oddities that cater to serious collectors and amateurs alike, and its second floor hosts the largest selection of books in Maine.