When it simply must be antiques, antiques and nothing but antiques, the 1400 square meters (15,000 sqft) of Cabot Mill Antiques needs to be the destination to head to in Maine. This showroom and market has been around since 1996, and this multi dealer emporium is known as one of the largest multi-dealer malls in The Pine Tree State, attracting antique enthusiasts and collectors from close to home and overseas.
The building that houses the Cabot Mill Antiques complex truly sets the scene for the merchandise and a unique shopping experience. The 5 meter ceilings create a sense of grandeur, and the huge windows offering amazing views of the river, let copious amounts of natural light fill the rooms. Cabot Mill Antiques is a wonderful place to become immersed in quality antique items and find the perfect collectable to take home.
There are more than 160 displays hosted in Cabot Mill Antiques, harboring plenty of eye-catching pieces to be found. Hand-embroidered linen tea towels, mink stoles, ceramic items, antique kitchen ware, vintage jewelery, furniture, artwork, glassware, clocks, fine china and almost countless other items are displayed here, and all available for purchase of course.
Prices of the items sold at Cabot Mill Antiques are middle of the range to a little high, but a certain amount of bargaining is welcomed. There are always many members of staff around the premises, either manning the stalls or just on hand to answer questions, or have a quick chat about antiques generally or their goods specifically. Everyone at Cabot Mill Antiques is very knowledgeable and keen to ensure that every visitor becomes a satisfied customer.
All in all, Cabot Mill Antiques is a great flea market full of awesome items that is sure to impress anyone who visits. For a really relaxed and enjoyable time wandering around items from the past, it should not be missed.
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