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.
This exquisite 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, mosiac 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
"The sandwich plate arrived - and it is beautiful! I'm most delighted as I've been looking for one. Thank you for your courteous and very prompt service. Your website is particularly nice and I look forward to continuing to visit."
- Carol Anne from Victoria, British Columbia
Pair of Majolica Plates from Wasmuel, Belgium
"Fast shipping, lovely plates. Excellent."
- Betty from Tyler, Texas
Spode Green Polychrome Transfer Plate
"Absolutely stunning and devine...A little work of art!"
- Julia from New York, New York
The art of Akwesasne Mohawk basketry is an ancient tradition. One that has made these baskets world-renowned for their beauty, creativity, strength and versatility. A fragment of a splint ash basket found in Northeast Maine has been traced as far back as 4,000 years. The Mohawk Nation (part of the Six Nations Iroquois Confederacy: Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, Cayuga, Seneca, and Tuscarora) is located where New York State, Ontario and[...]Read more
Collecting antique wooden decoys has been a passion of Steven Lloyd’s for over 40 years. It started when he needed some decoys for hunting. Within a short period of time he found himself “appreciating the art form rather than the tool that they were.” Before long he was asked to speak at events and museums, generously sharing his knowledge and expertise with anyone who would approach him. In 2008,[...]Read more
When Dennis Mills invited Rogues’ Hollow Antiques to visit his comprehensive collection of antique Canadian textiles we knew that it was a rare opportunity worth documenting for its glimpse into Canada’s early history. Textiles are as varied as the world itself. Simply defined, a textile is any cloth or woven fabric produced by weaving, knitting or felting. But textiles of course, are much more than that. They reflect our[...]Read more
We’ve been collecting pitchers at Rogues' Hollow Antiques for a number of years. We don’t specialize in any particular era or style, we just buy what we like. And what we like is an eclectic mix of styles ranging from Victorian transferware, and white ironware, to mid-century modern glass. Whatever the style, pitchers are an affordable and easy way to start a collection. You can begin by visiting antique shops,[...]Read more
Where to find us
460 Main Street
Summer Store Hours
Open as of June 2nd, 2018
Thursdays 5-7 pm
Saturdays 9 am - noon
Other days open by chance or by appointment.
Please note that the store isn't big enough to display everything you see on our website. Please let us know in advance if there is something in particular you would like to see.
Note: Google Maps lists Wellington instead of Newburgh
in the address heading however, the map shows the correct streets.