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
Bequaert Old Books - 37 Rt. 119 W. between Rt. 12 and the Fitzwilliam Common. Antiquarian books & prints, general stock, specialties in Polar, Textile Arts, Monarchy, Cookbooks, Children's, Radio Broadcasting and Technology. Open April 1st- November 15th, Thursday and Friday 9-5. Weekeneds 12-5. Other times by chance or appointment.
Frank & Lucia Bequaert - (603) 585-3448
Web Site: www.beqbooks.com
Bloomin' Antiques - On the Fitzwilliam Common, across from the Fitzwilliam Inn. Offering 18th & 19th century furniture and accessories. Shop hours 10-5 Thursday through Sunday.
Gary Taylor - (603) 585-6688
Macreay Landy Antiques - 56 Rt. 119 W., Brick House on The Common. 18th and 19th Century furniture and decorative accessories, wrought iron, restoration hardware, lighting and ironstone china. Open year round 10-5:30 Thursday- Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday by chance or appointment.
Mac Landy- (603) 585-9581.
Web Site: http://www.fitzwilliam.org/maclandy
Brian Luddy American Country Antiques - 24 Richmond Rd, 2 doors down from the Fitzwilliam Inn in the green barn. American country furniture from the 18th and 19th Century, folk art, decorative accessories, stoneware, hooked rugs, quilts and other fine Americana. Open Wednesday- Sunday 10-4. Monday and Tuesday by chance or appointment. A call ahead is advised.
Brian Luddy- (603) 585-9180.
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