Canadian consignment stores such as Bit and Pieces and antique dealers such as Passion for the Past in Ontario, Canada, are two recent sellers of Andrew Malcolm furniture, as of August 2015. Andrew Malcolm furniture sometimes appears for sale in Ontario classified ads.
Andrew Malcolm and John Watson began producing furniture in Ontario around 1870. Following Watson's death in 1897, Malcolm's sons joined the company and formed the Andrew Malcolm Furniture Company. The company produced high-quality Canadian walnut and oak furniture until closing in 1973. Recently sold pieces include a set of six dining chairs, a Gothic court cupboard and a bow-front, five-drawer dresser, all manufactured circa 1900, and made of walnut harvested from Manitoulin Island.