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Arenskjold Antiques Art


Kim and Jennifer Arenskjold have 55 years of combined experience in the antiques business. Beginning with a store in Copenhagen, Denmark in the early ’70s, Kim later moved to Houston, Texas where he had a successful store for seven years before arriving in  Hudson in 1989. Jennifer (a Hudson pioneer) opened “The Irish Princess” in 1985, importing antiques from Ireland and England. They married and amalgamated their businesses in 1995, forming Arenskjold Antiques Art, specializing in a unique mix of continental antiques, decorative objects and 19th century European paintings. For the last five years they have focused on Danish mid-century modern furniture.

 Pair of Armchairs by Hans J. Wegner by Getama.   $11,500    1960's

Coffee Table by Ilum Wikkelso, Danish, 1960's    $2,400 

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Winter Walk at Arenskjold's


Check out the Arenskjolds’ for that perfect winter gift... Pictured here: garden statuary, a settee, various vases, and artwork by Hudson’s own Earl Swanigan.

In Memoriam


1st Dibs, which hosts online shops for about a dozen of Hudson’s antiques dealers, published a moving tribute this week to Jaroslaw (Jarek) Barglowski—the co-founder of Skalar Modern, who passed away this Fall. Click here to read the article, which includes remembrances from Jennifer Arenskjold, Mark McDonald, and Alfons Sutter. As noted in the memorial, Skalar remains open under the direction of co-founder Danusia Jarecka.

Papa Bear Look-Alike

Papa Bear-style chair

New at Arenskjold Antiques: A 'Papa Bear' Chair look-alike (Danish Modern, 1960's, $2,600).

Danish Folk Art Chair

Danish Folk Art Chair at Arenskjold Antiques

This unusual Danish painted chair from an in in the Rebild Forest Reserve is dated 1921. The Forest Reserve was started by a group of Danish Americans 150 years ago. Every year there are American celebrations there, particularly on July 4th.  The preserve was started to protect the heathland and heather on the hills around Rebild in Jutland. Price: $850 at Arenskjold Antiques.

Afternoon Tea, Anyone?

Cups and saucers at Arenskjold Antiques

English Porcelain Teacups, c 1840's, Coalport, Worcester and Davenport:  $155 each. A Perfect Christmas gift for a snowy winter afternoon. At Arenskjold Antiques, (518) 


Window Watch


Now on display in the window at the Arenskjolds’: A four-panel double-sided screen by Susan Rowland; an iconic Danish modern harp chair by Jorgen Hovelskov; a café table by Verner Panton; a large un-glazed Kahler pottery vase; and a 19th century castiron umbrella stand, with a chihuahua... For pricing and other information, please call Arenskjold Antiques at (518) 828-2800.