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Auntie Ann's Attic Antiques And Collectibles
Auntie   Ann's   Attic   Antiques   And   Collectibles

We have furniture, pottery, glass, art, books, and collectibles. We sell at the Village Antiques In Rowley, MA, in the heart of Northshore Massacusetts, Essex County. It's a small group shop located at 201 Main St. (Route 1A) in Rowley, next to the Pine Grove School. Hours are 10:30am to 4 pm everyday except Friday. Below is a picture of the shop. Come visit us.

For a map of the shop?s location in Rowley, click here. Stop in and say hello.
We will add items frequently and subtract items soon after they're sold, so please check back early and often. This site was established February 8, 1998. The last update was March 30, 2007. My name is Jim Kernan, dealer 16 in the shop. Please contact me if you are interested in any of the items displayed here. I'll ship small items almost anywhere. Item availability is subject to prior sale.

Some items shown here may not be in the shop.

There are a number of other antique shops in Rowley, all close by. Please check at the bottom of the page for links to other shops. More will be added as they become available. Also at the bottom is a link to a very useful web site that has information regarding all the cities and towns in Massachusetts. Check us in the Rowley listing!! Just added! A link to Baughan's NorthEast Guide! See below.

Email contact is at bottom of page. Comments and questions welcome! An Olde Fashioned Shop in a Quiet Town

The Todd Farm Flea Market is closed for the season. It will reopen April 15.
See the Todd Farm web site (below).



Some items in the shop.

[NEW!] Art Work by Claude Dambreville, Felix Jean, M. Guerra, Roger Curtis, W. C. Ehrig, Priscilla Trotter, Franz Landt, Jason Partner, Caroline, and others. See details below.

[NEW!] BOOKS The Mentor, Schiffer, others
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A nice c1920's Walnut Wardrobe with 4 slide-out drawers on the left and a hanging compartment on the right. The back-splash is missing, but it's still a very nice piece of furniture. Click to see the interior. SOLD!

A super early 20th century Arts & Crafts quarter-sawn oak drop leaf table, perhaps English. It has tapered legs with pad feet and is 40 x 20 inches with the leaves down; 40 x 60 with both leaves up. The legs swing to support the leaves. $375.

A great 19th C. Pine Bench Table with a wonderful scrubbed top. It was formerly in the Wayside Inn in Sudbury, MA. The storage compartment has a blue painted bottom. The lid hinges are replacements. Click on the thumbnail to see the top up and the lid open. $325.

A Victorian Marble back-splash with 2 shelves. $100.

Here are two wind-up mantle clocks. The top one is a Seth Thomas Cranston Model with Westminster Chimes. The case is Mahogany with a nice inlay design on the front. The second clock is an Ansonia time and strike and front speed adjustment. It strikes the half hour and hour. Both clocks function. The price is $150 each.

A 25 inch high 20th C. Demijohn bottle in a nice green color. $125.

A nice 1930 chandelier with "HALL-like" porcelain and glass prisms. Great condition and it works! $125.

A nice c1970 country pine 4 drawer chest and a c1930 tole breadbox. The chest is SOLD! and the bread box is $45.

English-style Limoges gile edge china. A covered sugar bowl and 5 demitasse cups and saucers. $60 for all.

A nice Watercolor by Jason Partner, British 20th, "Landscape and Mill, Norfolk, England. $250. It's on Winsor & Newton Studio Water Colour Board, 15 x 21 inches. The frame is 21 x 28 inches.

A nice Surrealistic Pen and Ink by 20th C American Artist, signed and dated: Caroline, 3 - 71. $125.

An old tool box with iron mounts on the corners and a dovetail blue tool box with added partitions. Each is $80.

An old RR tool/lantern box with casters. $100.

A c1885 Pine Dropwell dresser with Knapp joinery, mirror, hidden bottom drawer, and walnut pulls. The mirror is replaced. $350.

Two 5 " Fenton Peach Crest Melon Vases and a Fenton Opalescent Hat. $15 each. The Vases are SOLD!

Assorted Scottish Buchan Thistle pieces. Cream and Sugar, $25; Cup and Saucer, $15; 4 plates, $25, and an ash tray/candy dish, $10. All but the Cream and Sugar are SOLD!

Two 20th century German Steins. The large one is marked W. German Gertz and is 4 liters. It has a repair at the top handle joint. The smaller one is marked "969" or "696". $40 each. The large one is SOLD!

A pressed glass punch set including the bowl, 18 matching cups, two matching round trays, and a silverplated ladle. The pattern is a daisy and lattice design. The price for the set is $175. A closeup of a cup can be seen by clicking on the thumbnail: The punch set is SOLD!
The 15-piece Czechoslovakian Pink Breakfast set shown on the shelf above the punch set is $90.

Un-Boxed Hess Trucks from the 1980's. $30 each.

Claude Dambreville, Haitian b1934, Market Scene, dated 1972, Oil on Canvas, 36 x 24. $750. SOLD!

Felix Jean, Haitian, Birds and Flowers, Oil on Canvas, 24 x 10. $500.

M. Guerre, Haitian, Market Scene, Oil on Masonite, 24 x 16. $400.

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20th C. Oil on Canvas, New Hampshire School, signed indistinctly. 14" x 20". $100.

A very nice folk art oil on board painting by Barbara Strawser
Contemporary Pennsylvania Folk Artist. 15 1/4" x 17 3/4". SOLD!

A decorative cast iron garden bench.
$200.

A c1960 limited edition (32/100)lithograph signed Hibald.
11 x 13 inches framed underglass. $75.

A collection of wood working planes.
$25 to $45.

Franz Landt, Danish, 19-20c, Marine scene oil on board. 12 x 15 inches, in original frame, signed lr.
$650.

CHED-O-BIT cardboard cheese box, c1940.
From the Chicago area. $20.

A very nice Rockport Harbor Scene by Charles Stepule, Rockport, MA artist. It's Motif #1 done in tones of blue. Signed and dated 1979.
12" x 16". SOLD!

C1820 Rod-Back Windsor Chair.
Possibly by D. Stewart of Maine. Great condition. $650.

On the side and back of the shop there's a selection of wheelbarrows and tillers.
Prices range from $45 to $250.

Visit the Salt Marsh Antique Shop
Just across the street from The Village Antiques.

Visit the Todd Farm Antique Shop and Flea Market
Just north of The Village Antiques. There's a House, a Barn, and the world famous flea market.

Maypoleassociates Estate Sales
Estates Sales by Mary and Polly


Baughan's NorthEast Guide
offers places to go and things to do in America's Northeast.

Merchant Circle
see out ad on Merchant Circle.


To inquire about any of the items please email

Your comments are also welcome.

Member of The New England Appraisers Association.