Ahoy- fun sale 20% off all nautical items at Main Street Art & Antiques today ⚓⚓#GloucesterMA

OPENS at Noon!

Main Street Arts & Antiques 124 Main Street (978) 281-1531

Discover nautical themed finds – maritime lamps, tableware, books, dishes, Folly Cove prints, jewelry

Main Street Arts & Antiques updates on Facebook and Instagram- check them out!

David Cox, proprietor and photographer holding a photograph ca.1923 by his father Frank Cox- not for sale!

This sale reminded me about my first set of dishes, purchased for my first apartment after college, dinnerware once commissioned for an ocean liner, unearthed at Main Street Arts & Antiques. Main Street Arts & Antiques has been that way ever since– there is always something to discover! What have you found?

Beyond nautical: Selection of floral themed tableware (buttercup, dog wood), lovely linens, table accessories this January 2021

Cheery blooms in winter: Imagine a Princess Bride themed movie night featuring these beautiful buttercup dishes NOW – until they can shine for outdoor safe distancing garden parties and future covid-19 free soirees.

Covid-19 precautions in place.

summer 2020

sale at goodlinens and everyone’s favorite penguin is fishing now

 

photos above- holiday window 2018 goodlinens studio, 130 Main Street, Gloucester, MA

photos below – They’re my towel of choice for piping plover watch at Good Harbor Beach, body surf days, and rainy camping. I love how quickly these towels dry out, and how light and compact they are– perfect to pack down.

First snow fell before Thanksgiving- here’s how it looked on Main Street and goodlinens studio #GloucesterMA

Main Street Gloucester, MA- First snow of the season Nov 15, 2018 

goodlinens studio useful goods and gifts for bath, kitchen and home, functional art, fine art and featured artisan panels

goodlinens studio and homegoods_20181115_©c ryan.jpg

Before Thanksgiving_First snow new lights_Main Street_ Gloucester Ma_gif_20181115_©c ryan

NEW! custom order trays– featuring local work by artists Loren Doucette and Coco Berkman– were designed by architects Ann Clark and Lena Georas and digitally printed on Baltic birch plywood, each piece of LAMOU serveware is created in Rhode Island.