Shopping for antiques and art is a treasured pastime among many people, young and old. Finding that one special antique after searching for weeks truly makes the experience worthwhile. Antiquing promotes bonding, while art inspires creativity and adds new depth to a space.
You can find distinct antiques and unique art among the many shops and stores in one of the best antique towns in New England: Chester, Vermont.
Chassé Fine Art Gallery
For oil paintings, watercolors, and photography of beautiful New England, visit Chassé Fine Art Gallery which has operated for well over 11 years. See Denis Chasse’s impressionistic seascape oil paintings and awe over Katheryn’s gorgeous photography featuring the many seasons and moods of New England.
Stone House Antiques Center
The largest antique center in southern Vermont, Stone House Antiques Center features nearly 20,000 square feet of impressive antiques and collectables from over 90 dealers. Find vintage jewelry, folk art, fine furniture, primitives, crafts, art supplies, ephemera, and much more.
Decorative and functional blown glass awaits you at Tsuga Studios, built in 2000 by Nick Kekic and his wife, Tamasin. This elegant and fine art is made with traditional techniques for a stunning finished product. Find bowls, decanters, goblets, pitchers, vases, tumblers, tableware and more.
103 Artisans Marketplace
103 Artisans Marketplace combines an arts-and-crafts-filled gift shop with a functioning art studio. Owners Elise and Payne Junker offer forged and torch cut metalwork combined with the workings of over 200 Vermont and New England artists to offer jewelry, textiles, pottery, home and garden décor, glass, and more.
Discovering top-quality antiques takes time and patience to achieve; therefore, the best way to go antiquing is to make a trip out of the experience. Grab some friends and go exploring antiques and art in Chester, Vermont. Then, come home and relax each night at the Fullerton Inn, a full-season destination country inn and bed and breakfast located in Chester.