Kitchen Design & Project Management
Gail O’Rourke, Principal
BOSTON | CAPE COD
TELLS A STORY
The shop is tidy and well edited, with
a notable inventory of untouched and original American primitives and large furniture.
Eldridge also offers a sizable collection of
wooden duck decoys, 7-inch-wide tree-trunk
mallets, a decorated telephone booth with
a matching chair, and a (very) old coal foot
Many other shops line Route 4 as it
winds its way to Concord, the state capital
and home of the Concord Antique Gallery.
Founded in 1997, this two-story building is
in the heart of the city’s historic downtown.
Owner Jay Haines and the gallery’s more than
120 dealers offer a wide range of antiques,
including furniture, household wares, tools,
and decorative pieces.
Browsing is encouraged in this outlet,
which for the seventh consecutive year has been named “Best
Antique Shop” in New Hampshire by the Concord Monitor.
That’s quite an accomplishment, given the