Country Antiques in Connecticut's Quiet Corner

Our 28th show will take place on Saturday, March 30, 2019, at Ellis Tech High School, 

613 Upper Maple Street in Danielson, CT

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2019 Show Card

Show card is good for $1 off general admission.  Sorry, not valid for early buyers

2019 Dealer List

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50+ country dealers from Maryland to Maine...


Charles and Barbara Adams

South Yarmouth, MA


Rona Andrews

Wellesley, MA


Hidden Treasures Antiques

Naomi Ayotte

Pomfret Center, CT


Brian Bartizek

Willimantic, CT


Tina Black

Easton, PA


Ironstone Antiques

Tim Brigham & Adin Poole

Hardwick, MA


Log Cabin Country Primitives

Nancy Bryer

Glastonbury, CT


H & L Antiques

Helen and Larry Bryan

Princeton, NJ


Stephen C. Burkhardt

Dennis Young

Felton, PA


Walker Homestead

Kris and Paul Casucci

Brookfield, MA


Stephen-Douglas Antiques

Rockingham, VT


Spruce Hill Antiques

Rich and June Cumpstone

Old Saybrook, CT


Chester Cwilichoski Antiques

Cathy Cwilichoski

Ansonia, CT


Jane Desjardins

Ware, MA


Edward and Charlene Dixon

Eastham, MA


Colette Donovan

Merrimacport, MA


Stephen-Douglas Antiques

Bellows Falls, VT


Sandy Elliott

Brentwood, NH


Mary Elliott

Pepperell, MA


Brian Ferguson

Roland Morgan

Swansea, MA


Ray Foster

Machiasport, ME


Richard Fuller

South Royalton, VT


Mad River Antiques

Steve and Lorraine German

North Granby, CT


William Gittes

Barrington, NH


Susanne Gray

Woodbury, CT


Pantry Box Antiques

Charles Guinipero

Stafford Springs, CT


Nathan Hale Antiques

Joyce Haddad

Coventry, CT


Joy Harrington

Yardley, PA


Hart's Country Antiques

Sandra Hart

Hanover, PA


Susan Heider

Weatogue, CT


Jamie Heuschkel

Pleasant Valley, CT


Primitive America

Christina Hummel

Pennsdale, PA


Edward and Judith Kelz

Woodbury, CT


Matt King

Marshfield, MA


Colleen Kinloch

Laurel, MD


W S Korsick Antiques

New Haven, CT


Palisades Trading Company

Thomas Landers

Windsor, CT


Woodsview Antiques

Jerrilyn and Michael Mayhew

Sandwich, MA


Bayberry Antiques

Laura McCarthy

Rockland, MA


Ian McKelvey

South Windham, CT


Marsh Hawk Antiques

Debbie and Geo Meguerdichian

Eastham, MA


New England Books and Antiques

Don and Dana Menzies

Woodbridge, MA


The Old Woodshed

Patrick Murray

Brick, NJ


Daniel and Karen Olson

Newburgh, NY


Sherman Alden Antiques

Carl and Mary Lou Peterson

East Falmouth, MA


Ye Country Mercantile

Doreen Piechota

Sturbridge, MA


Avery Hill Farm

Connie and Perc Reeve

Ledyard, CT


Sheila Robbins

Framingham, MA


Pomfret Antiques

Annice Rockwell

Pomfret, CT


Rae Seifert and Chris Tisdale

Deep River, CT


Hometown Antiques

Cindy and Joe Shepard

West Brookfield, MA


Sasha's Antiques

Kathy and Paul Steinberg

Orange, CT


Blue Dog Antiques

Judi and Cy Stellmach

Stafford Springs, CT


David and Jane Thompson

South Dennis, MA


Thomas M. Thompson

Pembroke, NH


Cheryl Wakely

Woodstock, CT


Paul and Karen Wendhiser

Ellington, CT


Mary White

Rowley, MAA





Contact Us

Contact Jan Praytor, show coordinator

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Country Antiques in Connecticut's Quiet Corner

H. H. Ellis Technical High School, 613 Upper Maple St., Danielson, CT 06239, United States

Directions

 

FROM THE WEST:

Take I-84 east to exit 69, turn right onto Rt. 74 follow to Rt. 44, turn left onto Rt. 44 east, continue straight onto Rt. 101, second stoplight turn right onto Upper Maple Street, School is on the right side about 2 miles.

FROM THE NORTH:

Take I-395 south to exit 41, take right onto Rt. 101 west to second stop light, take left onto Upper Maple Street, School is on the right side, about 2 miles.

FROM THE SOUTH:

Take I-395 north to exit 37 bear right onto Rt. 6 west to third stop light, take right onto Maple Street, School is on left side about 2 miles.

FROM THE EAST:

Take Rt. 6 west to Danielson. Maple Street is 3 lights past I-395.  Take right onto Maple Street, School is on left side about 2 miles.


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Press

Read Will Demer's review of the 2019 show at Antiques and the Arts Weekly  



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