At Clinton Antique Center, The Best Things Are Not for Sale

When you walk into Clinton Antique Center in Clinton, CT, the jaw drops as you see hundreds of massive and rare advertising signs for Coca-Cola, Texaco and NYC subway. In fact, plan a trip just to see those signs for yourself. Are they for sale? Not really, say owners Jim & Joe Case. The collections has been meticulously updated for decades and would never leave the building.

The antique center features 6,000 square feet of space and over 100 dealers showcasing vintage and quirky home goods, collectibles and books
A bronze sculpture caught my eye – a large 19th century nude sculpture by French artist Louis Hottot. The headpiece and the dress are separate pieces that reveal the body underneath. While the $1,300 price tag may seem high, the scale, quality and the playful element of this piece definitely makes it worth for a collector

Clinton Antique Center

78 E Main St, Clinton, CT (View map)
Open Thu-Tue, 10 am to 5pm