Tag Archives: Maine

James D. Julia’s November 18, 2016 Auction To Offer The World’s Finest And Most Desirable Lamps, Glass, & Fine Jewelry Selections

Fairfield, ME, October 31, 2016. James D. Juila is pleased to announce its can’t miss annual November Lamps, Glass, and Fine Jewelry Auction Perfectly timed for holiday shopping, this outstanding auction features over 700 breathtaking lots, with over $4 million in carefully curated inventory.   This sale represents the highest quality offerings of the season anywhere, […]

A Bounty of Important Marine Art Thomaston Place Auction Galleries on August 27-29

Dominance in 19th Century shipbuilding helped establish Thomaston, Maine’s reputation as “The Town that Went to Sea”, and local auction company Thomaston Place Auction Galleries will extend this maritime tradition with the incredible collection of fine marine paintings to be featured in their Summer Feature Sale on August 27, 28 & 29. The sale will […]

On the Road to… Maine

On the Road to... Maine

With all the outdoors recreational activities Maine has to offer, you wouldn’t think the state would also be a draw for antiquers but if you’re looking for a wonderful selection of antique shops, noted antique shows, vintage boutiques, ‚quality auction houses, and fun, outdoor flea markets, then Maine is where you want to be this […]

New dates for the Maine Antiques Festival in 2016

After 34 years of the festival being held on the 2nd full weekend of August, festival organizers have decided to move it to the first full weekend with the 2016 dates being August 5,6&7. The date changes are in effort to distance Maine’s Largest antiques event from other major antiquing events in the northeast formerly […]

Bookshelf: Maine – The Wilder Half of New England

Bookshelf: [amazon_link id=”0884483339″ target=”_blank” container=”” container_class=”” ]Maine –  The Wilder Half of New England[/amazon_link] – The Journal of Antiques and Collectibles – September 2012 By: William David Barry Publisher: Tilbury House Pages: 290 Price: Paperback $30 This is a concise, solid, and surprising overview of 500 years of Maine history, from first contact between Native Americans […]

Three Centuries of Art and Architecture at the Portland Museum of Art

Three Centuries of Art and Architecture at the Portland Museum of Art – The Journal of Antiques and Collectibles – October 2002 Restored Federal-era McLellan House and Beaux-Arts L. D. M. Sweat Memorial Galleries Reopen. On Saturday, October 5, 2002, the Portland Museum of Art, Portland, ME,  will reopen to the public two fully-restored historic […]