Owners: Donna Poirier, Betty Anne Armstrong and Kathryn O’Hara.
Rogues’ Hollow Antiques is located in the historic hamlet of Newburgh (Ontario, Canada), just a short drive from Prince Edward County, Kingston and Napanee. The store is located in the charming former post office, built around 1900, next to what is now referred to as the Doctor’s House, a red brick Victorian house built in 1894 for Dr. M. I. Beeman who practiced in the home until World War 1. The home, and former post office, is now owned by Donna and David Poirier who have generously offered the former post office to Rogues’ Hollow Antiques from June 1-Sept. 30th, 2015. The store features an eclectic mix of European, Canadian primitive and Victorian smalls including: folk art, antique jugs, pottery, china, figurines, glass, crystal, hardware, lamps, linens, textiles and decorative accessories.
Rogues’ Hollow Antiques is run by long-time antique collectors and enthusiasts, Donna Poirier, Betty Anne Armstrong and Kathryn O’Hara.
Address: Drop in at: 460 Main Street, Newburgh, ON, K0K 2S0 or email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org