Antiques Are Better in Boyertown
Customers say that if you look long enough at Swamp Door Antiques and Collectibles, you can discover almost anything, at the more than 70 vendors in the 7,000 square foot showroom. Featuring upscale antiques and collectibles, the Swamp Door specializes in antique and vintage accent pieces and furniture, primitives, jewelry, mid-century cool kitsch and more. The well-merchandised displays are clean and well organized to invite browsing for treasures new and old, unique gifts and local artisan creations. Rather than a place where you have to dash in and out, The Swamp Door is a place where you and your friends can gather, browse and enjoy time together, without the pressures of having to buy a thing. Step back in time and discover the multitude of treasures under one roof.
If you didn’t grow up on a farm, you may not recognize some of the treasures featured at Barn Fresh Vintage Market – a huge collection of antiques and collectibles from farmhouses (and a few barns!), assembled by banding together 30 coop vendors. The owners of Barn Fresh who grew up going to auctions and flea markets, appreciate cool, rusty and old forgotten things that can be repurposed and are constantly on the hunt for new items and great finds.
As soon as you enter the restored 18th century stone barn filled with art and antiques, you’ll soon discover why Greshville Antiques and Fine Art it was voted the Best Antique Shop in the Tri-County area and why the Malmberg’s, who have been collecting art and antiques in the area for more than 35 years, are considered leading authorities and appraisers of art in Berks County. The fine art is surrounded by a collection of early Pennsylvania furniture, cupboards, chests of drawers, blanket chests, tall case clocks and more. If you’re in the market for an antique time piece, or an American and European shelf clock, wall clock, or carriage clock, look no further.