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2. Primitive, Classic and Canadian Country Antiques

Proceed on Rte. 6 east to Woodbury, CT's antiques capital! The village of Woodbury was one of the first communities established in western CT. Here you will follow the recently established "Antiques Trail" that shows off the quantity and variety of antiques and collectibles to be found here. Today, many of its 18th and 19th c. homes have been converted to shops offering a wide range of antiques, probably the largest and finest concentration anywhere in New England.

Entering Woodbury, visit Antiquario Villas and Cottages that has seven rooms of American and European 18th and 19th century antiques and decorations; offered in a National Historic Register 1754 farmhouse.

If you like Pilgrim, 18th and early 19th C. high country furniture and accessories in original surface and paint, early lighting, paintings, folk art and 17th C. English needlework be sure to stop in at Pantry and Hearth at The 1775 Barn.

Continuing on Rte. 6, pay a visit to Monique Shay Antiques and Design. Here you will find a large selection of Canadian country antiques, painted & natural pine tables, armoires, cupboards, and chairs.