Welcome to Clementsport Antiques

A window to the world

In 2005, Clementsport Antiques launched it’s first website.

Being somewhat opposed to aspects of social media and some of its trappings, we hesitated to take this step. But now, after many wonderful years of greeting clients and friends from around the globe, we decided to refresh and update our website.

We hope that this will give many more of our national and international friends access our new and varied collection.

Clementsport Antiques thanks you for your patronage.

Audaces fortuna juvat (“Fortune favours the bold”)


Rare Banksy find.

Miller Gore Brittain

Portrait of Robert Mitchum by Miller Gore Brittain, New York, 1938.

The Collection

With a beautiful setting offering a sweeping view over the Annapolis Basin, the gallery is housed over two floors of the charming, quirky former carriage house adjacent to Fritzi’s c1803 home (once a stagecoach inn). Everything on display is either in excellent original condition, or has been professionally restored to a very high standard.

Visit Clementsport Antiques to find something unique from the ever-changing collection which includes fine art, high quality antiques, objets d’art, and carefully selected treasures from Asia, Europe, and (of course) North America.

Among the national and international treasures, one might find Franz Schubert’s letter box (currently on display in Vienna), or anything from a fascinating mid 19th century Sicilian folk art reliquary (container or shrine for sacred relics) to a magnificent Frank Lloyd Wright complete dining set. Art includes works by Miller Gore Brittain, the Group of Seven’s Ian Dobson, and much more. There are lovely retro pieces from the 1950s and 60s, lamps with handcrafted shades, and a fine selection of mid-century artwork, plus formal, country, and period furniture including a selection of Thonet chairs.

David Orkin, author of Nova Scotia: The Bradt Travel Guide

"Our revels now are ended. These our actors, As I foretold you, were but spirits, and Are melted into air, into thin air."