Contact Information

Mary B. Gere, Owner
phone: 570-278-2187
email: pmgere3@gmail.com

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10766 State Route 29
PO Box 214
South Montrose, Pa  18843

Shop Hours

Saturday, Nov 25th 10-5

Nov 26th until Spring closed (except by chance or appointment)

oak china cabinet
Antique Oak China Cabinet

Folk Art
Folk Art by Cheryl

About UsMary's Store

Mary Gere has been offering antiques and collectables at Mary’s Home furnishings in South Montrose, Pa, since 1978. Browsers are always welcome and layaways may be arranged.

Mary's Update

Mary will be welcoming shoppers on Saturday, November 25th, 10 to 5.

You will find some recent acquisitions including a brass coat tree, claw foot oak table, an oak fern stand, primitive wooden tools, school bell…

Always a good selection of antique oak and country furnishings – pieces for every room, ready for your home –an unusual oak buffet, tables with extra leaves, table linens, dinnerware, silverware….plus vases and candleholders. And see Anita’s lovely impressionist paintings, and Cheryl’s enchanting folk art paintings.

A beautiful 1800’s cherry chest of drawers, an early meeting house bench, a 44 inch wooden wheel for spinning, a primitive single ox yoke, a crokinole board with game parts, books on gardening and birds, and so much more.

After Saturday, the shop will be closed until Spring (except by chance or appointment )

Specialties - Oak and Country – antique & vintage

Furniture typical of northeast Pennsylvania homes from the 1800’s and early 1900’s. And all those special pieces that Grandma stored away in her cedar chest.

Water Color by Nance Brown.


 

     
Art by Anita


Folk Art by Cheryl

     

History

Mary’s shop is housed in the same building that was once the Overton Farms Dairy Bar, owned by her parents. It was a place where folks gathered for a hamburger, homemade ice cream and music on the jukebox – a place to see the neighbors.

Directions

Located at 10766 State Route 29, about 3 ½ miles south of Montrose, in South Montrose, Pa. – on the hilltop. If coming from Tunkhannock, go north 18 miles on Route 29.