Arts & Crafts: Gustav Stickley Furniture Site Map
Mission Oak Style Furniture and Accessories
Gustav Stickley - L&JG Stickley - Stickley Furniture
Dirk Van Erp - Roycroft - Limbert - Rohlfs
Art Pottery – Lamps - Metalwork

The Mission Oak Shop

The Mission Oak Shop is in the quaint town of Putnam, Connecticut--known as the "Antiques Capital" of New England. The downtown storefronts house numerous antiques shops as well as a great selection of restaurants and local amenities. We're just an hour and fifteen minutes from either Boston or Hartford, and a forty minute drive from Brimfield, MA. Visit us in the historic Bugbee's Department Store building (we're part of the Antiques Marketplace) or contact us for information on buying or selling quality Arts & Crafts items.

Primary Location:
The Antiques Marketplace, 109 Main St., Putnam CT 06260

Hours at the Antiques Marketplace: 10 am to 5 pm (open 362 days a year)
Jerry Cohen’s office telephone: (860) 933-2961
Marketplace front desk telephone: (860) 928-0442

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Bugbee's Department Store circa 1915
Now home to The Mission Oak Shop, Downtown Putnam, CT


Secondary Location:
Inventory is also located at my warehouse in Woodstock, CT, which is open by appointment only. Call or jerrycohen@mac.comemail for information.

Craftsman Auctions

Craftsman Auctions holds Arts & Crafts specialty auctions in March and September, of each year. Each auction features approximately 1,000 lots highlighted by Antique Furniture by Stickley, Rohlfs, Roycroft, and Limbert, American Art Pottery by Rookwood, George Ohr, Grueby, Newcomb College and others, Fine Art, Hammered Copper by Dirk Van Erp and other period metalsmiths, Lamps and Art Glass by Tiffany, etc. and many other fine period collectibles.

Auction catalogs are posted online approximately 20 days before each sale, and a 200+ page print catalog is available two weeks prior to the sale. Auctions are held at the David Rago Art & Auction Center, 333 North Main Street, Lambertville, NJ 08530.

Consignments are enthusiastically sought and accepted until approximately six weeks prior to each sale.