Jocelyn Sinauer has a keen eye for sourcing antiques from around the globe. Her talent is evident in her store, located in an 1800’s whaling house and packed with a mix of 17th-, 18th-, and 19th-century finds, mostly from Scandinavia and the South of France. The entire store has somewhat of a New England farmhouse feel—i.e., perfectly faded French linens and vintage tablewares. There’s a lovely garden in the back, where visitors can look through a collection of worn terra cotta pots and rustic outdoor furniture.

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