Blue Farm Antiques can be found at the notoriously edgy and never boring Franklin Durable Goods – 438 Main Street in the village of Franklin, New York, and their telephone is 607.829.5013.
Generally speaking, hours are as follows: Spring/Summer/Early Fall Saturdays and Sundays 10-5-ish with Friday's by chance or appointment. On any other day and/or during winter months it's best to call ahead and schedule an appointment (sounds VERY official, right?). All kidding aside, it's an early building in which warmth is a struggle. Advance notice of a visit might give us the chance to get the building temperature to above the freezing point.Click here for a Google™ map/directions.
You can find out about most of the places worth a visit in and around Franklin at VisitFranklinNY.com
The Squire's Tankard, selling antique and vintage clothing, linens, tableware, smalls and jewelry. Located at 438 Main Street (State Route 357) in Franklin. Telephone is 607.829.6885.
Botanical Treasures, selling garden related accessories (if visiting Franklin in the summer months you NEED to see this place). Located at 11 Maple Street in Franklin and open from May–August, Weekends 10am–5pm. Telephone is 607.434.3076.
West Branch Antiques in nearby Delhi, NY deals in country primitives but the man REALLY knows good hooked rugs. See him (Martin) online here. Telephone is 607.746.3378.
Gatehouse Antiques in Morris, NY is a long standing entity selling country primitives but specializing in lighting, and more recently, finely bound and/or restored books. Telephone is 607.263.5855.
Old Gristmill in Portlandville, NY is a 4000 square foot group shop that sells a wide range of antiques and collectibles. Find them online here. Telephone is 607.441.3152.
One Good Eye Antiques and One Good Eye Silver in Binghamton, NY specializes in folk art, the unique and the obscure. Costa and Margarita have far too much energy to relegate themselves to just one business venture. Antiques are online here, and silver here.
Tandem Antiques & Design sells unusual and often one-of-a-kind items at a variety of shows and at their storefront, Warren Street Antiques, in Hudson, NY. Steve and Hilary dig through barns, basements and backyard dumps to cultivate an overall look that spans centuries while always seeming modern. See them online here.