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Trash To Treasure: Discover Antiquing in Bainbridge

If the mere thought of finding one-of-a-kind treasures makes you smile with excitement, Bainbridge is the place to satisfy your craving. Poke around the seven different antique shops in Bainbridge to see what treasures you find! Bainbridge has been around for over 200 years, resulting in many early American antiques circulating in local buildings and households that may land in these shops!

 

An easy drive will allow a visit to all the shops in one swing – a local antique shopping circuit. Each shop is unique and worth visiting.  The Iroquois Antiques and Collectibles is a multi-dealer experience in what used to be the local feed mill along the railroad tracks in town.  A large area of the building is filled with dealers, and good buys are spilling out onto the front porch. (10 a.m. – 5 p.m. daily). Another multi-dealer shop is Old Hickory Antiques on the north edge of town. It is an easy-to-navigate single floor building housing a variety of dealers. (10 a.m. – 5 p.m. weekdays, noon -5 p.m. Sundays, closed Tuesday) Nearby and across Route 7, the vintage items at Harmonie Hall Antiques are displayed in a historic carriage house, one building of the several on the estate, including a house that dates to 1800. (Visit when you see the Open sign).

 

Near the center of Bainbridge, there is some additional antiquing to be done. Both Sincerely Abraham, at the 1830s Truman House, and Main Street Antiques, housed in a vintage early American storefront, are open “by chance or by appointment.”  Main Street Antiques is also open most Saturdays noon – 5 p.m. and includes oddities and unusual antiques.

 

Further out of town, the Bainbridge House Barnyard Sales is located on County Road 39 […]

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Another man’s treasure

If the mere thought of finding one-of-a-kind treasures makes you smile with excitement, Bainbridge is the place to satisfy your craving. Poke around the five different antique shops in Bainbridge to see what treasures you find! Bainbridge has been around for over 200 years, and just imagine the early American antiques that are circulating in local buildings and households that may land in these shops!

 

The newest antique store is Sincerely Abraham which occupies the 1830 Truman House. Owner Lisa Graney invites people to come and experience her unique establishment. Lisa purchased the property in 2013 and opened the shop a short time later. It is now open by appointment.

 

Take an easy drive to visit all the shops in one swing to do a local antique shopping circuit. Each shop is unique and worth visiting. The Iroquois Antiques and Collectibles is a multi-dealer experience in what used to be the local feed mill along the railroad tracks in town. A large area of the building is filled with dealers, and good buys are spilling out onto the front porch. Another multi-dealer shop is Old Hickory Antiques on the north edge of town. It is an easy-to-navigate single floor building housing a variety of dealers. Nearby and across Route 7, the vintage items at Harmonie Hall Antiques are displayed in a historic carriage house, one building of the several on the estate, including a house that dates to 1800.

 

Near the center of town, there is some additional antiquing to be done. At Sincerely Abraham, the 1830 Truman House has been filled with antiques that originated at the house, once owned by the village apothecary. Each room in the house is unique and attractively displayed with Truman House […]