ANTIQUES AROUND FITZWILLIAM
Fitzwilliam is considered by many to be the antiques mecca of southwestern New Hampshire. Below is a list of local dealers and their specialties. Please call or e-mail for hours and directions.
Bob Jessen & Jim Hohnwald - 327 Rte 119 East. American country furniture in paint and old surfaces, specializing in treenware and 18th & 19th century accessories.(baskets, homespuns, lighting, folk art) Celebrating our 25th year in business as full-time dealers. Open daily year roundby chance or appointment. No business sign- call for directions.
Bob and Jim- (603) 585-9188
Dennis & Dad Antiques - Large selection of 18th & 19th century English pottery (Straffordshire transferware & figures, children's sets, Leeds pottery, other accessories) 33 Rt. 119 E.- 4 houses east of Rt. 12 on left. No business sign on highway. Open daily by chance or appointment.
Dennis & Ann Berard - (603) 585-9479
Web Site: www.dennisanddadantiques.com
Bloomin' Antiques - On the Common in Fitzwilliam Center.
Gary Taylor - (603) 585-6688
Web Site: www.bloominantiques.com
Clocks on the Common - 74 Rt. 119n W. on The Common. Antique clocks bought, sold and repaired. Open most afternoons year round. A call ahead is advised.
John Fitzwilliam - (603) 585-3321