We each bring a different passion and mix of unique objects to our store:
- Kathryn loves Canadian primitives, folk art and antique china.
- Betty Anne has a passion for antique textiles, jewellery and Victorian smalls including: glass, china, crystal and art.
- Donna is an avid collector of vintage accessories, jewellery, clothes, and particularly hats. She also loves a wide variety of vintage items for the kitchen and home including: china, old tools, ephemera and chairs.
We add new items regularly to our site and open our small store during the summer for those who want to visit us in person.
Please scroll down the page for our store location, hours and map.
The store will be open from 10 am to 5 pm and is just a short walk from the event. It promises to be a special treat for anyone visiting us on June 15th.
Art Among the Ruins, an outdoor art show and sale, is set among the picturesque ruins of a 19th century mill beside the rapids of the Napanee River. It features local artists showcasing juried-quality paintings, sculpture, mosaic tile, fibre, wood paper, photography & more. Admission is free and includes live music and a BBQ lunch available for purchase. For more information about this successful event visit: artamongtheruins.com
We are only a few minutes drive from each other making it possible to visit, go back and forth, and just enjoy Eastern Ontario in October. Croydon House Antiques will also be presenting an offering at the Salmon River studios in Tamworth - Objects of Merit - Folk, Fun and Funk.
Croydon House Antiques - Canadiana, Folk Art and Objects of Merit - www.croydonhouse.collectivator.com
Salvage Garden - Architectural and Industrial Objects and Artifacts - www.salvagegarden.ca
Rogues' Hollow Antiques - An Eclectic Mix of Antiques, Folk Art and Vintage Wares - www.rogueshollowantiques.com
Where to find us
460 Main Street
Our summer store is now open on Saturdays from 10 am to 1 pm. On other days by chance or by appointment.
Donna Poirier runs our summer store. She can be reached at: 613-378-1905.
Note: Google Maps lists Wellington instead of Newburgh
in the address heading however, the map shows the correct streets.