Maine is well known for its wonderful selection of Antique Shops, Rare Books and Collectibles. In fact, Maine is reputed for some of the finest Antiquing in the country. Maine Antique stores, vintage boutiques and flea markets offer treasures of country pieces, fine period furniture, primitives and collectibles.
A visit to a Maine Antique Shop is an exciting experience for the first time buyer, browser or for a serious buying trip for the professional dealer. Try to plan your Antiquing time to include all the area highlights. Antiquing can be great fun for the entire family. Wells is the Antique Capital of Maine, and Oxford is home to the Maine's largest Flea Makret! You can find some real bargains and rare collectable at any of the Maine Antique shops listed below.
Maine Antique Stores:
Barn on 26 Antiques - Step back a century in time when you walk through the door of this vintage Shaker-built barn (Circa 1870) in Gray Maine. Specializing In Turn of the Century Victorian Furniture both original and restored. Beds, dressers, commodes, china closets, round and square oak tables, desks, file cabinets, chairs, rockers, bookcases, china, glassware, linens, etc..., If you don't see what you are searching for, tell them what you want and they will put it on the wish list. Delivery and shipping available.
Antiques On Nine - 10,000 square feet of English, Continental and American furniture, paintings, decorative accessories, architectural elements, and garden accessories. Dealers welcome. Rt. 9, Kennebunkport. 207-967-0626.
Goosefare Antiques – Period and country furniture, paintings, orientalia, fine glass and china, accessories from the 18th 19th and early 20th centuries displayed in a seven room colonial. Rt. 1, Wells. 207-646-0505.
Corey Daniels – Large barn. Large inventory. Sole proprietor. Active buyer and seller. Continental. American. Chines. Old paint. Mahogany. Architectural. Garden. Smalls. Wholesale. Retail. Open by chance or appointment. Rt. 1, Wells. 207-646-5301.
Old House Parts - Restoration and old house parts collection in Kennebunk. 207-985-1999.
The Farm – Beautifully displayed large stock of English, French, and Oriental 18th and 19th century formal and country furniture; Oriental and English porcelain including large selection of antique lamps, boxes, brass, and accessories. Open Fri-Sun 10-4 or by appointment. Mildram Road, Kennebunk. 207-985-2656
Douglas N. Harding - 4500 square feet of old and rare books, fine bindings, maps, and prints. Rt. 1, Wells. 207-646-8785.
MacDougall-Gionet Antiques and Associates - A 60-dealer antiques center offering a wide range of period antiques. A barn full of formatl and country furniture and apporpriate smalls. 32 years at the same location. Rt. 1, Wells. 207-646-3531.
B.A.K on One - Formal, country and leather furniture and decoratives. From America and Beyond.
Rivergate Antique Mall - Over 100 Exhibitors provided by the most sought after dealers in the region. Open Year Round, Rt. 1 N, Kennebunk. 207-985-6280.
Wells Union Antiques - Nine individually owned shops with 15 dealers carrying a wide range of country, formal, American, English, and Continental furniture, paintings, and accessories. Also garden, architectural, glass, china, jewelry, and collectibles. Dealers, decorators, and collectors welcome. Open 7 days. Rt. 1, Wells.207-646-4551.
Kenneth and Ida Manko - Offering a very choice stock of country and rustic furniture, paintings, and folk art for the advanced collector, dealer, and decorator. The finest 19th century weathervane selection in New England. Shop closed in winter. Open most days from June thru Nov., but no set hours, so please call ahead. 207-646-2595.
R. Jorgensen Antiques - Eleven extensive showrooms of fine period antiques, formal and country, American, British Isles, French, and Scandinavian, furniture and accessories displayed in lovely room settings. 502 Post Road, Wells.
The York Antiques Gallery - A quality multiple dealer shop offering a diversified selection of merchandise with an emphasis on American country furniture and accessories displayed in a renovated 3-story barn.
Rocky Mountain Quilts - 400+ Antique Quilts. Quilts for beds. Quilts for walls. Quilts for collectors. Restoration of Quilts and hooked rugs.
Withington/Wells - Folk art, garden furniture, and unusual objects. Open anytime by chance or appt. 207-363-7439 York, Maine.
Curiositique - Portland, Maine - 19 Pleasant St. Ph: 207-773-1029
M.S. Carter – Country furniture and decorative accessories, old woodworking tools, rugs, samplers, pottery, and gardening items. NH
Ed Weisman - 17th, 18th and 19th century American furniture, accessories from the 15th through 19th century and affordable paintings. By appointment only. NH
Antiques and A.R.T. - Period furniture both formal and country, paintings, architectural objects, and decorative accessories. NH 603-431-3931.
Nothing New Antiques - Sensational American Victorian and Arts & Crafts furniture; stained glass; lighting; mirrors; bronzes; rare and unusual accessories. Daily 11-5 Sun. 12-4, closed Wed. call for winter hours.
Arundel Antiques – Over 200 dealers, 250 display areas including locked cases. Open: May 26 - Sept. 2, Mon. – Fri 10-5, Sat. & Sun., 9-5; Sept. 3-May 24, daily 10-5. Arundel 207-985-7965 or 207-985 4135
Victorian Lighting, INC – Large selection of antique lighting, emphasis on Victorian chandeliers, wall sconces, table lamps from 1840-1930. Early electric, gas and kerosene. Daily 9:30-5; Sunday by appointment or chance. Kennebunk 207-985-6868
Wells General Store Antiques – 200 year old barn with two floors of quality furniture and smalls. Automobilia: gas signs and 1950’s memorabilia: Coke and Pepsi signs, juke boxes. Wells 207-646-5553
Country Blue Antiques – An old barn filled with early New England furniture, quilts, hooked rugs, painted smalls, samplers, stoneware, old books, things for the garden and more. Open flexible hours. Wells 207-646-2450
Antiques USA – The antiques superstore, Maine’s largest. Arundel 207-985-7766
Cattail Farm Antiques – Large group shop in a restored1850’s barn. Glass, primitives, jewelry, furniture, art, architectural, lighting and home accents. Open year-round 10-5. Closed Wed. Jan. through Apr. Wells 207-646 1499
Reed’s Antiques and Collectibles – Best group shop in Maine. Quality furniture, glass, porcelain, China, silver, toys, tools, primitives and more! Year round daily 10-5ish Wells 207-646-8010
Smith-Zukas Antiques at Wells Union – Found objects such as sculpture; garden ornaments; marine antiques; mirrors; architectural and industrial; animal menagerie in stone; wood, iron, utensils& furniture. Wells 207-646-6996
BO-MAR Hall – Over 130 dealers and 8,000 square feet of old and new treasures. No stairs. Lots of parking. Heated and air conditioned. Wells 207-646-4116
Red Barn Used Furniture & Antiques - Quality used furniture, accessories, unusual and interesting things. Most things 50% off. By chance or call ahead. Wells 207-251-6947
The Blacksmith’s Mall – The one stop you must make! 65 Quality dealers offering antiques, collectibles and decoratives! Free on-site parking. Ogunquit 207-646-9643
Blanches Antiques – Lonsdale Plaza, just south of Ogunquit Playhouse. Unique and beautiful items including Victorian furniture and accessories, antique religious art. Cape Neddick 207-361-1817
Columbary House Antiques – Period antiques in Main House, over 20 dealers in second building and May – Oct. Garden accessories and furniture in the barn. Cape Neddick 207-363-5496
Cranberry Hill Custom Lighting & Antiques – Custom lighting, chandeliers, lamps, floor lamps, repairs, restoration, shades and finials. Cape Neddick 207-363-5178
Chinchillas Antiques – 1.5 Miles on Haley Rd. Two floors of vintage furniture, nautical items, rustic goods, stained glass, artwork and more. Furniture repair available. Kittery Point 207-439-0747
Bell Farm Antiques – group shop featuring two floors of furniture, garden accessories and showcased toys, dolls, and great small accessories. York 207-363-8181
Willow - Poland Maine is home to the largest Flea Market in the state.
Note: Even though most shops are open year-round, it is suggested to call for special times or an appointment to avoid disappointment, especially during winter months.