Stillwell House Antiques



Stillwell House Antiques

Stillwell House Fine Art & Antiques opened in Manalapan in June of 2003. The current location is an authentic and NJ state-preserved 19th century farmstead located on bustling Route 9, which the shop owners renovated before opening to become the perfect showcase for a hand-picked collection of pre-industrial revolution era Antiques and select works of Art. The thoughtful and lovely transformation earned Stillwell House their first accolade in the form of the 2004 Preservation Award from the Monmouth County Historical Commission. After weathering the Great Recession, in 2010 Stillwell House Fine Art & Antiques filmed two test pilot reels for Leftfield Entertainment , the original production company for the well known reality show Pawn Stars. The business owners wished to continue to focus on the daily business of the Shop, but the concepts from the pilot reels were picked up and eventually became shows that were aired on cable TV. In 2011 they sold the Estate of the famous American Artist Leon Dabo (1864-1960, an event so newsworthy that it was covered in the New York Times with nearly a full page article. Stillwell House Fine Art & Antiques is also proud to be included in many important books and publications including "Retail Business: Entrepreneur's Step-By-Step Startup Guide", by Entrepreneur Press, "A History of American Tonalism, 1880-1920", by David Adams Cleveland, "The Drawings of Leon Dabo" by Sullivan Goss, "The Pastels of Leon Dabo; Essays by William H Gerdts , Dr. Cody Hartley , Frank Goss and Nathan Vonk", published by Sullivan Goss, and newly published "Leon Dabo Florals", by Sullivan Goss. In 2013 they participated in the Montclair Art Museum's 100 year anniversary show entitled "The New Spirit, American Art in The Armory Show, 1913" in Montclair, NJ.

Future plans include relocation in the early fall of 2014 to their new home at 212 West Front Street in Red Bank, New Jersey.

Our location in Manalapan, NJ is now closed.

Stillwell House Fine Art and Antiques strives to exceed our customer's expectations. Our collection consists of noteworthy Fine Art, pre-industrial revolution era Antiques, Meissen Porcelain, and important antique accessories. The hand picked collection and enthusiastic owners make for a pleasantly immersive experience.

For more information or if we may be of service, please call us directly.

Thank you for your interest in Stillwell House Fine Art & Antiques!

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  • 212 West Front Street
    Red Bank, New Jersey 07701
    United States
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    (732) 972-6454
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 Stunning, 10-19-2013 09:28AM

By: Allen Kendall

This is a first rate shop. Every piece is hand picked, and a feast for your eyes. Worth the trip.



 Great Antiques, 04-22-2011 02:01PM

By: Dan Reichard

Great Shop. Glad to see them on here....




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