Best Places: Where To Go Antiquing
Just as spring bulbs pop up every year, so do the vintage treasures that can found at our state’s antiques shops. Visit some of designer Matthew Mead’s favorite haunts in every corner of New Hampshire. And for advice on how to incorporate those new finds in your home, check out Matthew’s story here.
Flying Pig Antiques
13 Industrial Park Dr., Westmoreland
A multi-dealer shop close to Keene on the Vermont border. Unusual finds, ranging from interesting folk art and beautiful primitive New England antiques. Make sure to check out their calendar of dealer shows outside.
141 NH-101A, Amherst
Collectibles that span from early American through mid-century modern. Shop both booths and cases and save time to explore for furniture and bargains in the large basement area.
Antiques on Elm
321 Elm St., Manchester
Fabulous store with multiple dealers and lots of great finds at fantastic prices. Knowledgeable staff and almost any collectible your heart desires. Furniture, vintage clothes. Early American and ’50s kitsch all with a flea market vibe.
1182 First New Hampshire Turnpike, Northwood
One of New Hampshire’s oldest and most beloved antique shops on the original Antiques Alley. Great mix of early primitives and home decorating accessories. Look for seasonal furniture displayed outside at the entryway.
Sage Farm Antiques
5 Exeter Rd., North Hampton
First three days of the month occasional sale. Check sagefarmantiques.com for dates and times. Always fresh merchandise, including great vintage finds, furniture, fabrics and tabletop accessories.
Old Post Office Antiques
41 Courthouse Square, Ossipee
Charming and quintessential New England antiques shop in the beautiful village of Ossipee. Enchanting displays and antiques from all eras in a vintage post office setting. Art, ephemera, furniture, dishes and more.