Cabot Mill Antiques 23rd Anniversary Celebration!

Cabot
Mill Antiques Celebrates its 23rd Anniversary!

Brunswick,
Maine Saturday November 2nd and Sunday November 3rd, 2019
from 10:00am to 5:00pm.

Cabot Mill Antiques will be celebrating
23 years in business, with 20% off storewide discounts on Saturday November 2nd
and Sunday November 3rd! This festive, event filled shopping weekend
will include: refreshments, presentations, door prizes, and gift certificates.

Cabot Mill Antiques is located in the
beautifully restored historic Fort Andross building on the Androscoggin River at
14 Maine Street in Brunswick Maine. The antique mall is conveniently located
close to restaurants including two in the Fort Andross building, Bowdoin
College, museums, art studios, shopping, lodging and the Amtrak station.

Cabot Mill Antiques has a vast array of
merchandise with a price range for anyone’s budget.  From period furnishings, to vintage
collectibles, jewelry, rare books, art, textiles, nautical items, furniture,
rugs, clocks, quilts, glassware, ironstone, pottery and ceramics as well as a
variety of items in other categories. “You’re sure to find something rare,
unique and one -of-a-kind!” Making it your one stop antique shop!

RETURNING: Free Appraisals by Independent Appraiser Daniel Buck Soules Saturday & Sunday November 2nd & 3rd from 1:00pm-4:00pm. Limit 3 items per customer, pre-registration required day of.

Daniel Buck Soules has been involved in
the sale and appraisal of Antiques and Fine Art since the early 1970’s. He
started his career in the family antiques business as a very young man and
began auctioneering in 1975. With more than forty years of auction and
estate sales experience Mr. Soules specializes in Americana, principally 18th
and 19th centuries, Shaker items and 19th and 20th
century paintings. Daniel has been involved with museums, organizations, and
historical commissions throughout New England for over twenty years.

Mr. Soules appeared for eleven years as
an independent appraiser in Decorative Arts and Collectibles on the PBS
television program “Antiques Roadshow”.

Daniel Buck Auctions is located at 501
Lisbon Street, Lisbon Maine where Daniel proudly serves the Mid-Coast
community.

Architectural Historian and Author Scott Hanson will present Restoring Your Historic House: The Comprehensive Guide for Homeowners on Saturday November 2nd from 11:00am to 12:30pm.

Mr. Hanson is a Maine based artist,
author, and architectural historian who lives in the 19th century
home, Whitten House in the Mid-coast. Scott has built his career around Maine’s
historic architecture with a stint as the city of Portland’s preservation
planner and as consultant on many historic rehabilitation projects. Scott has restored
his own 1828 home, Whitten House, which has been featured on the HGTV program, If
Walls Could Talk
. His published works include:

The Architecture of Cushing’s Island. Scott T. Hanson
and Earle G. Shettleworth, Jr. Cushing’s Island Association, 2012.

Cleaning Historic Staffordshire
Transferware.

Scott T. Hanson. Whitten House Books, 2013.

Homes Down East, Classic Maine Coastal
Cottages and Town Houses.
Scott T. Hanson, Earle G. Shettleworth, Jr., and
Christopher Glass, Tilbury House Publishing, 2014.

His most recent work Restoring Your Historic House: The
Comprehensive Guide for Homeowners
is scheduled for release in November
2020.

Cabot Mill Antiques is handicapped
accessible and all major credit cards and personal checks are accepted. The
antique mall is open Daily 10am-5pm & Friday’s
10am-7pm

For more information please contact: Deborah
J. Stufflebeam, Cabot Mill Antiques Manager, 207-725-2855 or email her at cabot@waterfrontme.com .

Visit us on the web at www.cabotiques.com and Like and Follow us on
Facebook and Instagram.

 Cabot Mill Antiques, 14 Maine Street,
Brunswick, Maine, 04011.

Daniel Buck Soule poses in his store in Lisbon on Tuesday holding some of the tickets given to participants on the Antiques Roadshow.

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