Nathan Liverant and Son has been actively dealing in Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century American furniture, paintings, silver, glass and related accessories since 1920. We specialize in fine examples of Connecticut and New England furniture and decorative arts made prior to 1840. Acquisitions from our large inventory of quality antiques are represented in private collections and major museums across the country.
Owner, Arthur Liverant, is a third generation antiques dealer. He is the son of Zeke Liverant and grandson of Nathan, who founded the business more than 90 years ago. For over 60 years Nathan Liverant and Son has been located in a former Baptist meeting house on South Main Street in Colchester, Connecticut. Arthur is joined in the business by his wife Gigi, associates Kevin Tulimieri, Ellen Sharon and Debbie Day.
Our goal at Nathan Liverant and Son is to provide a fair value to our customers, whether you are buying or selling antiques. We value our reputation and guarantee all items in our inventory as represented.
We are continually on the quest and welcome an opportunity to purchase antiques similar to the quality shown on our web site. All inquiries are met with a prompt response and are treated with complete confidentiality.
Invitation to Learn - Early American Clocks
Nathan Liverant and Son, Colchester CT
Please join Nathan Liverant and Son Antiques for our next Invitation To Learn Forum, “Time Is Of The Essence, Early American Clocks”.
01/23/2015 - 02/01/2015
The Winter Antiques Show
The Park Avenue Armory, New York New York
Please stop by our booth at The Winter Antiques Show, held at the Park Avenue Armory in New York City from January 23 through February 2, 2015.