Since the early 2000s, antique dealers in Vermont and enthusiasts of all things historic have been buying and selling collectible treasures at Five Corners Antiques. This store spreads out over 5,000 square feet, with the space filled by more than 40 separate dealers each with their own stall and area of expertise. It is a fantastic store to while away a few hours and with so many vendors within it is impossible to leave empty-handed.
With three rooms to fill up, the owners of Five Corners Antiques certainly make the most of the space. Care is taken to ensure that things do not get too crowded or over-whelming within, as can sometimes be the case in such large stores. All the vendors are well organized and the displays are arranged in such a way that the goods are easy to appreciate. It also feels like it is possible to see everything, and nothing is hidden away or hard to get to at the bottom of a pile.
The vendors within Five Corners Antiques are more than happy to help visitors on their quests for vintage and antique treasures. Each is a fountain of knowledge, and should a shopper be searching for something quite specific, they will do all that they can to make sure the goods are found. It is a really friendly store to visit, and perfect for those that like a historical story to accompany their new purchases.
The goods for sale in Five Corners Antiques are wide-ranging. Wonderful pieces of furniture are available, along-side silverware and crockery, ornaments and curios, sporting paraphernalia and collectibles, china-ware, jewelry, kitchen utensils, tools, lanterns, advertising memorabilia and many other collectible pieces of Americana. All pieces are of great quality and though some mention that prices can be a little on the high side, there is always the chance to negotiate!
And if you haven’t had enough antiques for one day, you can continue your journey at Ardesh Finds and Furnishings, an antique store located a few miles south of Burlington. Ardesh Finds and Furnishings spreads is like hitting a most favorite flea market; there is so much to see in the 10,000 square feet of space that you can fill a morning browsing through and you never quite know what you will find on the next shelf or around the next corner.