Ragamont House Antiques offers a unique opportunity for its visitors to hunt for European antiques in an unusual, recently restored Greek Revival mansion. Each room contains the elements of our collection and taste contiguous to its theme; be it our Flemish inspired Entrance Hall with the marble floor; the Parisian inspired Drawing Room with the Boussac fabric, the English Regency inspired Dining Room with the hand-painted black and white striped walls, the Chinese inspired Stair Hall with the Chinese Chippendale chestnut balustrade, or the Geoffrey Bennison inspired Library it offers one the opportunity to see these pieces in an inspiring European setting in the northwestern corner of Connecticut.
Larry and Carol Solomon have been collecting French and English country antiques and vacationing in the Berkshires for more than twenty-five years. In the summer of 2001, they decided to turn their passion into a profession and opened Painted Porch antiques in Sheffield, Massachusetts. Walk into Painted Porch and you will immediately feel at home. Are you looking for nightstands, coffee tables or a French armoire to use as an entertainment center? Or perhaps you'd like an antique toy, a wooden sailboat, or hickory golf club? A treasure lies just around every corner.
Joseph Stannard Antiques features French 17th through early 20th century furniture, lighting, and decorative accessories for house and garden. Country elegant dining tables, buffets, armoires, and mirrors are a specialty. Carriage house gardens display an extensive collection of 18th century water garden elements, planters, and landscape features — stone cider presses, antique troughs, basins, millstones, wells, and outdoor furniture for lawn and terrace.
Since 1977, Corner House Antiques has specialized in the finest American antique wicker furniture dating from 1870-1930. A large 2-story barn houses an extensive collection of matching antique wicker sets, as well as individual antique wicker couches, chairs, rockers, chaise lounges, tables, desks, planters and numerous antique wicker accessory pieces. All antique wicker styles are well represented: Victorian, Bar Harbor, Art Deco, and Stick Wicker. Inventory ranges from 300 to 400 pieces at any given time, offered in both "as found" and properly restored condition, a small sampling of which is shown on their website.
Through years of travel Jean-Henri, Colette, Alexander and Eric Sarbib have assembled a fine collection from various chateaux and private estates in the United States and Europe. They have combined their passion for rare and fascinating items for connoisseurs, collectors, designers and dealers alike. Each piece has been acquired with thoughtful attention and devotion to the subtleties of provenance. There is a large selection of paintings, architectural elements, tapestries, and Aubusson carpets.