Don't worry: We won't make you push back from the holiday table to rush down to Hiden on Thanksgiving Day. But you can mosey on down to Stamford on Friday, Saturday or Sunday for our magnificent array of vintage and antique art, lighting, furnishings, estate jewelery, objets, rugs and accessories. Click on the first image to view full screen. To view item description, move cursor from arrow.
If you can tear yourself away from leaf peeping, come down to Stamford and take a peek at Hiden Galleries' fall bounty. Dealers have been busy stocking and re-stocking as items of all sizes and provenance have been flying out the door. From antique Aesthetic Movement sofas to 18th-century Italian putti to the mid-century furniture of design icon Milo Baughman, we have an outstanding selection of great antiques, vintage and design merchandise right now. And as always, no antiques center in Stamford can beat Hiden for value or price.
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“Maybe it’s not about having a beautiful day, but about finding beautiful moments. Maybe a whole day is just too much to ask. I could choose to believe that in every day, in all things, no matter how dark and ugly, there are shards of beauty if I look for them.”
Anna White, Mended: Thoughts on Life, Love and Leaps of Faith
If you consider that there are 250 dealers at our antiques & art gallery, and if you extrapolate that each dealer has at least 75 items in their booth or showcase, that's more than 18,000 objets and articles. Each was selected by that particular dealer for a particular reason: its beauty, its unusual shape or color or size, its functionality, its age, its outrageous funkiness or its value. Although "shards" conjures up images of something broken, today let's think more in terms of "slivers" or "little moments" of beauty as we walk the aisles of Hiden Galleries.
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