Since 1988, Perim Lang Antiques has been “the” destination spot for designers, retail clients, architects and antique collectors.
Perim’s and Lang’s eye for the unique is world-renowned and his pieces grace some of the finest homes.
Come visit the everchanging inventory and you will experience what everyone is talking about.
Offering the area’s finest selection of Period European, English and American antiques, lighting and accessories showcased in a beautifully restored 4500 square foot Essex landmark.
Featuring items from the 17th through the 20th century.
We believe the original structure dates back to 1809 when it was used as a meetinghouse by a socially conscious group known as The Christian Society. This Society and Congregation had in 1809 an African-American Minister named Tosh. And, according to records, ministers associated with this group spoke out in support of the abolition of slavery and advocated for women’s rights.
Visitors to Perim Lang Antiques will feel the history of the early structure and the people associated with it while marveling at the collection of period antiques, period lighting and accessories showcased there.
Markings on the original wide pine floorboards still show the placement of the early long benches used by the first Society and the dramatic high ceilings make the experience of this restored structure as much of a “must see” as the antique treasures it holds.