Welcome to Reeves Hall Art & Antiques
The shop reopened for a second season May 12th, 2018. Canadian art and antique consignments are always welcome.
Reeves Hall Art & Antiques at 452 Main Street, Bath is a welcome stop along the historic Loyalist Parkway - part of the very first road in the province that winds its way along Lake Ontario from Kingston to Glenora Ferry on scenic Highway 33. It is now a major tourist route joining Eastern Ontario to Prince Edward County.
It is chock-a-block with fine Canadian & European art and furniture across two rooms. In particular, you'll find very good pine pieces like a banclit from Quebec, circa 1860, or a butternut jam cupboard in mint condition. There's Staffordshire, Doulton, samplers, and everything in between.
Reeves Hall Art & Antiques is found in the quaint village of Bath, and is known to have originated as a one-storey Regency Cottage around 1820. By 1850 it was owned by the Reeves brothers, both Presbyterian ministers and also cobblers. I now say these two saved souls and soles. The east wing of Reeves Hall, or annex, was built as a waiting room and surgery for Dr. H C Burleigh who practiced here for many years. Dr. Burleigh was also an historian, author and antique collector, so it is fitting then that a new art and antique business emerged in his memory. Dr. Burleigh wrote books including: Forgotten Leaves of Local History: Kingston, 1973,The Romance of Fort Frontenac,1979, Tales of Amherst Island, 1980.
I have been a collector for decades and am author of Manly E. MacDonald, (1889-1971) - Interpreter of Old Ontario, selling the remainder of these books here, as well as MacDonald paintings and cards. Interested patrons might get a free tour of Reeves Hall and our own Manly MacDonald Collection. I hope to see you here this season!
All the stock has been repriced lower for 2018 - there are some terrific deals.