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Gates Antiques Ltd. offers an extensive array of 18th and 19th century furniture and accessories.

Founded in 1961,we are known to collectors across the country. We specialize in 'investments' for the home or office. Antiques are investments that express not only enduring elegance but wamth and livability as well.

With 7,500 square feet of showroom space and 11,000 square feet of additional warehouse space, Gates Antiques has the piece you've been searching for.

We are members of the New England Appraisers Association and offer full restoration and expert appraisals of antique furniture and accessories.

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These beauiful candlesticks would make a lovely addition to any home!


These beautiful Spanish brass candlesticks were made around 1700. They have a wonderful hieght of 12 inches and drip shield. These wonderful candlesticks are as...


These lovely candlesticks would be a lovely addition to any home!


These beautiful English brass candlesticks would go well in your kitchen, dining room, or living room. Notice the wonderful patterns and designs on the candlest...


These wonderful brass candlesticks would be a lovely addition to your home!


This hanging corner cupboard was made around 1775. It is without a doubt one of the best hanging corner cupboards I have had in the last 25 years. The broken pe...


This wonderful solid walnut cupboard was made around 1810 in Pennsylvannia. It is a two part cupboard with a moulded glazed top and twelve original glass panels...


This piece of furniture was originally made in the late 1700's. At that point, it had a straight front. This beautiful mahogany sideboard was modified somewhere...


This is a wonderful Rail Road lunch pail from the Atlantic line. Workers packed their lunches in these and used the top as a cup. Today, many women find them as...


This is a nice and very early wood moulding plane.


This is a great tobacco cutter. It is composed of Iron and says that it is from the Philadelpia area. This would make a lovely addition to any collector of toba...


This is a lovely little flat iron. Please note the broken handle sauter. The break is hardly visiable and doesn't detract from the pieces charm.


This is a very nice pewter mug from 1840. It is a nice size for displaying.


This is a nice turn of the century Carpenter's parker.


This is a nice wooden stiring spatula. A nice item for someone who is into cooking.


This is a lovely Mahogany inlaid tea caddy with original three tea compartments. It is English with the original brass and finish.


This is a wonderful one-drawer solid cherry end table. It has tapered legs and originates from Ohio River on either the Ohio or Kentucky side. The color is wond...


This is a lvely solid maple one drawer work table or end table. It is a nice size that can be used conveniently anywhere!


This is a beautiful little two drawer walnut end table. It was made during the Sheraton period and is American. The walnut has a nice tone to it. This would mak...


This is a great mahogany Chippendale mirror. Everything is totally original! The top has a wonderfull, exagerated bow to it. It is English and has lots of chara...