Lafayette Mill Antiques Center

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37 years in business, selling unique antiques, decor accessories,, home furnishings, fine art, lighting, advertising, toys and dolls ... the old, odd and unusual.


We may not be as quiet and dignified as the last of our founding fathers, bue we aim to be forthright and honest…. and know how to put the fun in dysfunctional!! We’ve been doing business the old-fashioned way - in person - since 1980. Stop and shop at Lafayette’s Historic Crossroads. You’ll be pleasantly surprised!


The mill is open today!


The snow is expected to fall until about 10 AM either no significant additional accumulations .


Today’s the day !


Visit the Mill for a Winter Shipping Party, Saturday and Sunday. February 10th and 11th.



Photos from Lafayette Mill Antiques Center's post 02/09/2024

We’re waiting for your visit this weekend.


We’ll let you know what’s up Bogwater Jim’s sleeve tomorrow morning. Stay tuned!


We’re almost ready for some holiday fun!

Photos from Lafayette Mill Antiques Center's post 02/06/2024

Anticipation is riding to a fever pitch …. Cabin Fever, that is … as the Mill’s shopkeepers squirrel away some special treats to be unveiled at our Winter Shopping Party on Saturday and Sunday, February 10th and 11th. For once in the Mill’s storied history, nobody’s tellin’ nobody nuttin’ ! They’ll be here this week, working during our closed days to make things “just so.” Stop in and see the finished product. We’ll go a mile to make you smile, and get you home in time on Sunday for football frenzy.


Escadre française! Lafayette, she is here!

arrived yesterday and will begin putting things in place today. Stop in and say “bonjour” to Mary. Discover French Flair Ferme.


While Abigail Adams was managing the family farm in Braintree MA with the Revolutionary War raging just miles away., she wrote more than her famously flirtatious letters to John, who was in Philadelphia, helping craft America’s Declaration of Independence. In fact, they contained advice on many political and social topics, including a woman’s right to legal autonomy … the right to be free from male dominance. She warned him to protect women’s rights. “Remember the ladies …we will not hold ourselves bound by any laws in which we have no voice or representation.” Words which resonate to this day.

Enjoy the universal right to an occasional good party and visit the Mill on February 10th and 11th for our triple-treat Winter Shopping Party!



There has been some serious changing and re-arranging going on as the Mill dealers rotate and replace holiday stock, preparing for their Winter Shopping Party on February 10th and 11th. Stop in and get a preview as things begin to shape up at the Mill!


Spring cleaning has begun at the Mill as dealers prepare for an “early spring” prediction from Punxsutawney Phil … and a Winter Shopping Party on February 10th and 11th.


Redemption time?


Style and substance. David Bank , and throughout the Mill.


Mary’s on her way, and she’s eager to be part of our Winter Shopping Party on February 10th and 11th!


Warm up at our Winter Shopping Party on Saturday and Sunday, February 10th and 11th. A “triple-header,” combining Presidents’ Day, Valentine’s Day and Cabin Fever Weekend, it’ll be wicked fun for everyone!

Photos from Lafayette Mill Antiques Center's post 01/28/2024

1904 was referred to as college football’s “Harvest of Death,” with over 45 on-field deaths and hundreds of serious injuries (more than 125 disabling) recorded.

University leaders across the country were appalled at football’s barbarity and corruption and banned, or threatened to ban, the sport. President Roosevelt, an advocate of bare-knuckled, brawling sports who derided academic “namby-pambys,” ignored their entreaties until Ted Roosevelt III, then a freshman at Harvard, suffered several injuries, including a broken collarbone, gouged eye, and broken ankle.

Roosevelt called for reform, which led to the establishment of the IAAUS in 1906 and the NCAA in 1910, transforming the sport from its brutal origins to a safer sport which was more acceptable to the academic community. Football was ultimately saved due to his intervention, to be enjoyed by all America (and played by several presidents who followed him).


With two weeks to go until our Winter Shopping Party (Feb 10 and -11), there are bound to be a few frosty days when everyone is cooped up indoors. Stock up on vintage games at the Mill and take the bite out of your mid-winter “blahs!”


Young collectors …We love them!


Bring your squeeze, spouse or significant other to our Winter Shopping Party. You’ll have a wicked good time!


A well-curated selection of antiques, collectibles and art. Steve Szabara and Robbie Poe .


One of the most unique shops you’ll find! Janine and Ed Skorski provide a tale with every sale.


There’ll be room for everyone. Come join the fun!


From the north woods to your neck of the woods .

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12 Morris Farm Road
Lafayette, NJ

Opening Hours

Thursday 10am - 5pm
Friday 10am - 5pm
Saturday 10am - 5pm
Sunday 10am - 5pm

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