Antiquing in Wells Maine

Antiques ‘R’ US An eclectic shop of fine country furniture, oriental rugs, architectural, garden, trade signs, and Quimper.  1690 Post Road.  Open May-October.  (207) 646-4391.

Bo-Mar Hall Antiques and Collectibles.  Over 130 dealers and 8,000 square feet of old and new treasures.  No stairs. Lots of parking.  1622 Post Road.  Open year round 10-4:45.  (207) 646-4116.

Cattail Farm Antiques. A large group shop located in a restored 1850s barn.  In addition to primitive country pieces, you may find mid century modern, fun and funky architectural pieces, garden objects, estate and vintage jewelry, glassware, lighting, cottage decor, artwork, a period piece or two and other treasures.  1784 Post Road.  Open year round 10-5.  (207) 646-1499.

Corey Daniels Gallery. A contemporary art gallery with the addition of antiques, industrial and modern furnishings, objects, and curiosities.  Corey Daniels is considered to be one of New England’s top experts in Americana.  2208 Post Rd.  Open Saturday and Sunday.  Weekdays by chance or call. (603) 498-2678.

Country Blue Antiques.  An old barn filled with early New England furniture, quilts, hooked rugs, painted smalls, samplers, stoneware, old books, and things for the garden and more.  Open flexible hours. (207) 646-2450 or (781) 729-2794.

Douglas N. Harding Rare Books.  Located in an old railroad station with an extensive inventory of over 100,000 used, out-of-print and rare books in all categories, with particular strength in Americana, maritime, New England town histories, genealogy, art and antiques.  They also carry a wide selection of maps and prints from the 16th through 19th centuries. 2152 Post Rd.  Open year round.  (207) 646-8785.

The Farm Antiques.  Their large stock of beautifully displayed formal and country furniture is complimented by 18th and 19th century paintings, prints, and mirrors.  294 Mildram Road (off of 9A).  Mid-June to Labor Day.  Open six days a week from 10-4.  (207) 985-2656.

Goosefare Antiques and Promotions.  Specializing in fine 18th, 19th and early 20th century formal and country furniture, fine glass and china, paintings, prints, silver, quilts, decoys, and folk art.  2232 Post Road.  (800) 641-6908.
Home Sweet Home.  Large selection of oak, walnut, and mahogany Victorian furniture, toys, phonographs, gifts, home décor, and accessories.  Open April-Dec: 10-5 Tues-Saturday and 12-4 Sundays.  (207) 641-2700.  About 600 feet up Route 109 from Route 1.

Peggy S. Carboni Antiques at Wells Union Antiques.  Featuring a large variety of 19th century gold-leaf frames, upholstered furniture, also mahogany and pine.  American and European furniture, bamboo decorative accessories, lamps and shades, the unusual for home and garden. 1755 Post Rd.  Open every day 10ish-5ish year round.  (207) 646-4551.

R. Jorgensen Antiques.  Fine, period furniture and accessories of the 17th through 19th centuries. American and other countries.  Exciting pieces in excellent condition. Formal and country.  502 Post Road.  (207) 646-9444.
Red Barn Used Furniture and Antiques.  Quality used furniture, accessories, unusual and interesting things.  27 Mile Rd.  Open daily 11-4 or call ahead.  (207) 646-2137.

Reed’s Antiques and Collectibles.  Group shop.  Quality furniture, glass, porcelain, china, silver, toys, tools, primitives, and more.  1723 Post Road.  Open daily 10-5ish.  (207) 646-8010.

Smith- Zukas Antiques at Wells Union.  Objects such as sculpture, garden ornaments, marine antiques, mirrors, animal menagerie in stone, wood, iron; utensils and furniture.  1755 Post Road.  Open 7 days. (207) 646- 6996.

Wells Antiques and Collectibles.  A shop full of great smalls including furniture, glass, pottery, jewelry, coins, and more. Open by chance or call. (207) 251-6947.  Route1 to Brown Lane.

Wells General Store Antiques.  200 year old barn with two floors of quality furniture and smalls. Automobilia: gas signs and 1950s memorabilia: Coke and Pepsi signs, juke boxes. 2023 Post Road.  Daily 10-5.  (207) 646-5553

Wells Union Antiques.  Featuring a large variety of 19th century gold-leaf frames, upholstered furniture, also mahogany, pine American, and European furniture, bamboo decorative accessories, lamps and shades, the unusual for home and garden. 1755 Post Rd.  Open every day 10ish-5ish year round.