Fine Furnishings, Antiques & Vintage Wares

4 Door Pine Cupboard

This is a magnificent pine 4 door cupboard from an estate in Coventry, Tolland County, Connecticut. Crafted in the mid to late 1800s, this would have been the centerpiece of a fine home for storing pewter, ironstone or other kitchen necessities. This piece measured 59 inches wide, 23 1/2 inches deep and stands 82 inches high. This cupboard features paneled doors, a cornice with dental moulding, finished interior shelves, original hardware and knobs and a center pie shelf! We offer this cupboard for $2995.

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Painted 12 Tin Pie Safe

This lovely primitive pie safe boasts its original 12 punched tins in a wonderful design with 4 stars on each tin. Crafted in poplar with square nails. this mid-1800s pie safe has lots of storage behind its two locked doors and bottom drawer. This safe has a unique look with its black paint and 15-inch legs. It measures 40 1/2 inches wide by 18 inches deep and sits 60 inches high. We offer this piece for $2195.

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Butternut Walnut Wardrobe

This is a beautiful butternut walnut wardrobe with two paneled doors and two dovetailed drawers. Circa 1880, it measures 47 1/2 inches wide, 20 inches deep and is 82 inches tall. We offer this for $3250, SALE $2750.

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Walnut Wardrobe

This is a primitive one door butternut walnut wardrobe that was found in an estate in Clark County, Ohio. Circa mid-1800s, it is in wonderful condition and has a unique moveable 18 peg system on the interior for storing your clothing. With hand chamfered doors, this wardrobe is 48 inches wide, 19 1/2 inches deep and 76 1/2 inches tall.  We offer this wardrobe at The Antique Market for SOLD

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Flatwall Pie Safe Cupboard

This is a late 1800s Ohio cupboard featuring 6 original punched tin panels on the front doors. Originally designed for cooling pies and canned goods, it would be a fine accent piece for your cabin, lake house or country home. Decorative yet very functional with plenty of shelf space behind the 4 paneled doors and one long drawer for storing your kitchen items or collectibles.  This cupboard measures 39 inches wide by 15 1/2 inches deep and is 6 feet tall.  Included is a key to lock the top cupboard. SOLD

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11th Annual Christmas in July

 Saturday, July 27, 2019 10 am – 5:30 pm join the Historic Downtown Clinton shops while we celebrate our 11th Annual Christmas in July with special sales, treats, music, decor and a surprise visitor!

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Jackson Press

The Jackson press is generally considered to be a  cupboard with one or two drawers over two cupboard doors, often with a shaped backsplash. This Southern chest was used in both dining rooms as well as kitchens, is associated with Tennessee cabinet makers and named for local hero Andrew Jackson. Circa mid-1800s, this piece would bring a majestic look to any room, it stands 63 inches tall with an additional 5-inch backsplash and is 50 inches wide and 22 inches deep. SOLD

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Dining Room Table

Dating from about 1900, this solid maple dining table is a 48 inch square without its four leaves, each 12 inches wide. When fully extended it is 4 ft by 8 feet and has a sturdy 5th leg in the center to support the additional leaves. Found in Northern Ohio and completely finished, this outstanding table is offered at SOLD.

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Drysink Cupboard

This American Drysink Cupboard is quite unusual. Made in the mid to late 1800s, this would have been a main piece of furniture in the kitchen or keeping room. Crafted of mixed hardwoods with its original hardware it measures 44 1/4 inches wide by 21 1/4 inches deep and 6 feet tall. We offer this cupboard for $1975.

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Bentwood Arm Chair

A beautiful 1800s bentwood armchair with a pressed wood seat. Looks very similar to Thonet designs, but we could not find any markings. We offer this chair for $245.

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Featured Dealers

Angels Glen Antiques

Angela and Glen Galen, owners of The Antique Market have been collectors of antiques and vintage wares for more than 20 years. They began offering antiques for sale through other antique malls since 1996 and found the antiques and collectibles trade so enjoyable that Angela wanted to focus on it full time. In May 2002, they opened The Antique Market.
Angela and Glen’s original business was Angel’s Glen Antiques and they continue to market their antiques under that name at their shop. They offer a variety of primitive American antiques from their travels to New England and a nice selection of English and French period pieces that will inspire the decor of your home or office.
An extensive assortment of unique collectibles, costume jewelry, clocks and lamps can always be found at The Antique Market. The Galens also create custom handcrafted lamps from a variety of antique items such as silverplated coffeepots, old tea kettles, coffee and meat grinders, bubblegum machines, and tobacco tins. They also carry a selection of new replacement lamp parts such as chimneys, shades, tripods, galleries, electric burners, prisms, candle covers and unique hard-to-find light bulbs. The Antique Market also offers shoppers antique lamp repair and restoration services at an affordable price.


Happy Valley Antiques

Glen Estep, owner of Happy Valley Antiques has been collecting and enjoying antiques for nearly 20 years. He has only recently decided to share his interesting and varied collection of fine American primitive furniture and small collectibles.
Specializing in unique and unusual American and European furnishings, at Happy Valley Antiques, you’ll find a predominance of exceptional oak furniture, the quality of which is outstanding.

Sporting Treasures


Joyce and Jack Tapscott, owners of Sporting Treasures, joined The Antique Market as dealers of unique sporting memorabilia. Backed by many years of experience, Sporting Treasures offers a wide selection of antique and vintage prints and lithographs depicting various sporting activities including hunting, fishing, and team sports.

Examples of sports equipment are also featured. There is also an exceptional selection of antique carved duck decoys as well as factory produced examples. An array of unique “lodge” style furnishing and mounted trophies provide that perfect accent piece for your lake cottage or mountain cabin.

Art’s Antiques

Arts Antiques


Art Miller is a native of Clinton, Tennessee and has had an appreciation of antiques and history since a very early age. An experienced shop owner, Art has been collecting and dealing with antiques in East Tennessee for many years. Art is currently a participating member of the Antique Merchants Guild of Clinton. His interests range from antique and vintage furnishings from the Victorian era of the late 1800s, country primitives, to vintage and eclectic furnishings dated through the 1950s. Art is always eager to share his past experience and enthusiasm for antiques with customers and visitors to The Antique Market.






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