The Berkshires MA - Attractions

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    THE BERKSHIRES AMERICA’S ANTIQUES MECCA The BCAADA is proud to announce Berkshire County’s designation as the Antiques Capital of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 37 DEALERS, EACH WITH A UNIQUE COLLECTION OF QUALITY PIECES MANY NATIONALLY RECOGNIZED EXPERTS IN SPECIAL AREAS: AMERICANA, ENGLISH, CONTINENTAL, SCANDINAVIAN & FRENCH COUNTRY ANTIQUES, PORCELAIN AND FINE CHINA, JEWELRY AND COLLECTIBLES, […]

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    Opened in 1983, Crab Apple Whitewater is a family owned business with three generations working rivers in western Massachusetts and Maine. Family members run every trip and we guarantee excitement on the river complimented by great service and a personal touch. Crab Apple’s Massachusetts base camp lies along the Deerfield River. A wide range of […]

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    Sweden, Denmark, and Europe in the Berkshires Specializing in painted Swedish furniture from the Gustavian and Neoclassical periods – armoires, chests, seating, Mora clocks, as well as Swedish folk art. Cupboards & Roses Antiques occupies a post-and-beam building full of painted antique furniture and folk art from Sweden, including Swedish Gustavian settees and chairs, tables, […]

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    One of the most charming destinations in the Massachusetts Berkshires, Painted Porch – country antiques – specializes in the finest country antiques and accessories. All year round, owners Larry and Carol Solomon search the English and French country sides to bring back an extensive collection of unique antique pieces. This very special shopping experience is […]

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    First, a confession. I’m obsessed. I developed an early interest in antiques from my mother who was an interior designer in New York. But it was about twenty years ago I realized beautiful antiques make my heart race and I discovered I had a passion for English and Continental antiques. Rather than deny it or […]