For many this is the most difficult time of year in the antiques business in New England. All our cash reserves run out in the fall, we're carried for a while on credit, and then by March we're all in need, the weather breaks, the sun comes out and we all start running. Much like the sap … [Read More...]
If you live in Holderness, New Hampshire then you know "To Da Dump Road" is a town paved road which quite obviously leads where-else, but to the dump. I never realized it was a Yankee characteristic, but rather just a jingle my Grandmother Earl would use when she wanted to rally me to go to da … [Read More...]
I always am so vindicated when I put something out into the world and then everyone starts saying "Ya, Me Too!" I was one of the first to have problems with Countrywide, long before others were talking about it.
Well this time, my recent NEMESIS, is eBay. Not sure about anyone else but … [Read More...]
As many of our friends know, Son Sterling and I recently made a trip to Atlanta and Nashville. I was going to write my first blog about that trip but I thought I'd preface it first with an explanatory blog and then delve deeper into the real nuts and bolts of the antique and collectibles business … [Read More...]
Any shop owner in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire knows that rainy days are inside days. Bad weather or even anticipated bad weather will drive people off the lakes, golf courses, tennis courts, etc. and send them into the downtown galleries, shops, boutiques, and eateries. This weekend was … [Read More...]
Open 50 degrees to 90 degrees
Monday through Saturday
April through October
Shop Closed Winters
Located at 116 South Main Street
Proprietor Catherine Sykes is a NH Antiques dealer and also offers certified appraisals following USPAP standards.