Owned by Brian and Stephanie Fischer, Firebird Farm Antiques has been in existence since 2008 and stemmed from Brian’s appreciation of a unique style of retail experience which he developed in his music business, Ear Craft Music, (established 1974, still going strong today) There he deals with rare and unique instruments and has worked with and donated to many museums. In his area of expertise he has also been the subject of many articles and books in the past 40 years. He brings his keen eye and buyer savvy to the antique shop which he collectively runs with wife Stephanie. She cut her teeth early in life tagging along with her mother who loved New England Style antiques.
Located in a finely crafted mid 1800’s barn adjacent to their home and surrounded by amazing landscaped garden areas with fantastic rock formations. The shop consists of 2 and a half levels with an incredible inventory that spans the 1700s to the 1970s. Always plenty of advertising, antique signs, quilts, country furniture, art, silver jewelry, funky costume jewelry, antique scrap books, ephemera, MCM, curiosities, good toys, stoneware.
When Brian and Stephanie started spending more time together in the late 1980s a mutual love of fine old things lead them on many road trips around New England. Brian was running the music store full time and Stephanie was in the insurance industry based out of Marblehead MA. The enchantment of discovery was followed by a decision to join some of the many antique co-ops on Antique Alley and transition from collector to dealer. When Stephanie stepped away from the corporate world they both realized their barn would make a fun antique shop and launched Firebird Farm Antiques.
Our mission is to bring to market the rare, cool, original and unique items we feel will appeal to our diverse range of customers. We buy and sell year round, not just New England but out towards the Mid West and Mid Atlantic and down to the Southeastern section of the U.S.
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Note regarding hours: May – September, other times by appointment