Sage Farm Vendors

Charlene grew up Massachusetts surrounded by history. Her dad fueled that interest. It intrigued her that different objects and furniture could hold such history and tell such stories. She moved to Chicago in the late 1980's and there she became addicted to attending the Kane County Flea Market every month, rain or shine! In 1992 she moved to New Hampshire and the purchase of a 1750 farmhouse, with 6 fireplaces and many original features allowed her to search for the period pieces with which to fill it. While working for corporate America during the week, weekends found her antiquing in shops and at Flea Markets. She filled that house....then her barn....then she decided she was enjoying it so much, why not become a dealer? That was over 20 years ago! She has made many friends along the way. Charlene joined the Sage family about 4 years ago. When people ask her what she is doing now her response is, "I'm a full time grandmother, part time antique dealer. I love the mix of decades, paint, re-purposing and decorating ideas that Sage Farm offers!"

Jessica hails from Vermont and is a frequent guest dealer at Sage Farm. Her booth has a curated country look and is a mix of antique and vintage with a dash of home decor.

Sharyl has been in the antique business 32 years this year, with her business partner Wayne Miller. Sharyl's husband Jerry enjoys his Cessna 172 Hawk XP much more than he enjoys antiquing. Planes are considered antique at 50 years of age and his plane was born in 1977 so Sharyl can't wait until he owns an antique himself. Meanwhile, the monthly market that is Sage Farm Antiques has been running successfully for 23 years. Sharyl considers herself blessed to be in an ever changing, interesting line of work that allows her the freedom to set her own hours and meet a bevy of wonderful folks, both customers and fellow dealers alike.

Wayne Miller met Sharyl and Jerry Murphy 24 years ago this year and an antique partnership made in heaven was born. Wayne is a very talented craftsman who uses his ideas to create re-purposed potting benches, cupboards, farm tables, benches and more. When he's not crafting wonderful things he's traveling the New England region looking for the supplies to have on hand for new creations and helping to run our sister store Cattail Farm Antiques in Wells, Maine.

OPEN 3 DAYS EACH MONTH: 1st Friday of the month - following Sunday

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