Waterford Antique Market

Sponsored content Jun 30, 2014 Brant News

The Waterford Antique Market is a well-known, major antique market in Waterford, Ontario that carries a rich and fascinating collection of old, historic, and traditional treasures from yesteryear.  We were founded in 1999 and are located in The Dominion Telephone Factory building that was built in Waterford in 1909. How appropriate that we should reside here in this historic building! This telephone factory was in business for roughly four years and then closed down. With the arrival of the First World War, the factory was used as a storage facility for the military. Later, it was expected that the Dodge brothers would buy the building for production of their automobiles. But, as history would have it, the building was rejected on account of its location. Today, The Waterford Antique Market sells its vast assortment of antique goods to the communities of Norfolk County, which includes Simcoe, Port Dover, Lake Erie, and anyone in Southwestern Ontario that would like to come visit us!

The Waterford Antique Market has a stunning 16,000 square feet of space for its antiques under a single roof. We feature a fine selection of magnificent furniture, beautiful china, precious glassware, jewellery, and much more. There’s always something old arriving!

There are so many wonderful items to be found in our antique market. Just look at some of the recent amazing antiques and feature items we’ve carried:

Primitive red painted cabinet

Carved Quebec Lamps

Edison tabletop Gramophone

Telephone table model with oak box

Walking Sticks and Canes

Pottery and Crockery

We post many of the fine antiques on our site, but you really have to come and shop in person because these treasures can sell quickly. We carry every vintage and every antique bit of memorabilia that you could imagine… including clothes, toys, comics and magazines, and more.

There’s a magical allure to antiques and being able to browse through a big, well-stocked antique market like ours. Antiques are like timepieces of history. What was the world like in the late 1800s – or before and after the first and second world wars? Antiques are also memories; and whether ours or someone else’s, these memories are a part of our heritage and become something of a tangible understanding of who we were – or are. Mind you, it’s also fun just to browse on a lazy afternoon and shop for something that might just captivate you!

We are located at 80-B Alice Street in Waterford, Ontario. For driving directions, drive approximately 20 minutes from Hwy 403, south on 24, to Waterford or 8 minutes from Simcoe, north on 24.  Contact us by calling 519-443-4064 or you can send us an email. Be sure to visit us online.

Waterford Antique Market

Sponsored content Jun 30, 2014 Brant News

The Waterford Antique Market is a well-known, major antique market in Waterford, Ontario that carries a rich and fascinating collection of old, historic, and traditional treasures from yesteryear.  We were founded in 1999 and are located in The Dominion Telephone Factory building that was built in Waterford in 1909. How appropriate that we should reside here in this historic building! This telephone factory was in business for roughly four years and then closed down. With the arrival of the First World War, the factory was used as a storage facility for the military. Later, it was expected that the Dodge brothers would buy the building for production of their automobiles. But, as history would have it, the building was rejected on account of its location. Today, The Waterford Antique Market sells its vast assortment of antique goods to the communities of Norfolk County, which includes Simcoe, Port Dover, Lake Erie, and anyone in Southwestern Ontario that would like to come visit us!

The Waterford Antique Market has a stunning 16,000 square feet of space for its antiques under a single roof. We feature a fine selection of magnificent furniture, beautiful china, precious glassware, jewellery, and much more. There’s always something old arriving!

There are so many wonderful items to be found in our antique market. Just look at some of the recent amazing antiques and feature items we’ve carried:

Primitive red painted cabinet

Carved Quebec Lamps

Edison tabletop Gramophone

Telephone table model with oak box

Walking Sticks and Canes

Pottery and Crockery

We post many of the fine antiques on our site, but you really have to come and shop in person because these treasures can sell quickly. We carry every vintage and every antique bit of memorabilia that you could imagine… including clothes, toys, comics and magazines, and more.

There’s a magical allure to antiques and being able to browse through a big, well-stocked antique market like ours. Antiques are like timepieces of history. What was the world like in the late 1800s – or before and after the first and second world wars? Antiques are also memories; and whether ours or someone else’s, these memories are a part of our heritage and become something of a tangible understanding of who we were – or are. Mind you, it’s also fun just to browse on a lazy afternoon and shop for something that might just captivate you!

We are located at 80-B Alice Street in Waterford, Ontario. For driving directions, drive approximately 20 minutes from Hwy 403, south on 24, to Waterford or 8 minutes from Simcoe, north on 24.  Contact us by calling 519-443-4064 or you can send us an email. Be sure to visit us online.

Waterford Antique Market

Sponsored content Jun 30, 2014 Brant News

The Waterford Antique Market is a well-known, major antique market in Waterford, Ontario that carries a rich and fascinating collection of old, historic, and traditional treasures from yesteryear.  We were founded in 1999 and are located in The Dominion Telephone Factory building that was built in Waterford in 1909. How appropriate that we should reside here in this historic building! This telephone factory was in business for roughly four years and then closed down. With the arrival of the First World War, the factory was used as a storage facility for the military. Later, it was expected that the Dodge brothers would buy the building for production of their automobiles. But, as history would have it, the building was rejected on account of its location. Today, The Waterford Antique Market sells its vast assortment of antique goods to the communities of Norfolk County, which includes Simcoe, Port Dover, Lake Erie, and anyone in Southwestern Ontario that would like to come visit us!

The Waterford Antique Market has a stunning 16,000 square feet of space for its antiques under a single roof. We feature a fine selection of magnificent furniture, beautiful china, precious glassware, jewellery, and much more. There’s always something old arriving!

There are so many wonderful items to be found in our antique market. Just look at some of the recent amazing antiques and feature items we’ve carried:

Primitive red painted cabinet

Carved Quebec Lamps

Edison tabletop Gramophone

Telephone table model with oak box

Walking Sticks and Canes

Pottery and Crockery

We post many of the fine antiques on our site, but you really have to come and shop in person because these treasures can sell quickly. We carry every vintage and every antique bit of memorabilia that you could imagine… including clothes, toys, comics and magazines, and more.

There’s a magical allure to antiques and being able to browse through a big, well-stocked antique market like ours. Antiques are like timepieces of history. What was the world like in the late 1800s – or before and after the first and second world wars? Antiques are also memories; and whether ours or someone else’s, these memories are a part of our heritage and become something of a tangible understanding of who we were – or are. Mind you, it’s also fun just to browse on a lazy afternoon and shop for something that might just captivate you!

We are located at 80-B Alice Street in Waterford, Ontario. For driving directions, drive approximately 20 minutes from Hwy 403, south on 24, to Waterford or 8 minutes from Simcoe, north on 24.  Contact us by calling 519-443-4064 or you can send us an email. Be sure to visit us online.