Lorraine Wohl, the owner, lives between New York and Paris and brings very high end French antiquities to this Upper Eastside boutique. Lighting, art, mirrors, small furniture and jewelry are among the eclectic mix available.
This high end antique store brings class and elegance to the Upper East side of Manhattan. 19th and 20th century antiques including lighting, furniture, tables and gift ware are all on display.
James Robinson founded the company that now resides in the Midtown East district of New York in 1912. It carries 19th century vintage jewelery, 20th century Art Deco pieces, silver from the 16th through 18th centuries, porcelain from England and handmade sterling silver reproductions of flatware, tea and coffee sets, candlesticks and trays.
This store started life in 1993 and it focuses on bringing refurbished and well preserved furniture and home accessories from the 1950s to modern day New York. The company also offers new 50's-inspired beds, sofas, wall units and rugs that are made to order.
This store shows off 20th century modern vintage furniture for collectors and those looking for a unique look. California Interiors designs, decorative pieces and furniture as well as other European and American designs from the 1920s to the 60s.
Established in 1851, A La Vieille Russie, has a collection of exclusive antiques and art from Russia as well as American and European pieces. This includes Faberge items and unique jewelry and gold snuff boxes.
Contemporary environments for living and working is the aim of this group of designers who incorporate historic ideas into modern thoughts to produce special pieces of furniture. Vintage Scandinavian furniture is also available here at the East Village location.
The family that own this store have been in the field of Americana since the early 1900s. It is a townhouse gallery with five floors of American furniture, silver, ceramics, needlework and paintings.
Liz O'Brien features all kinds of furniture, lighting, jewelery and carpets from the 1940s through to the 1970s. The very high end store on 5th Avenue near 61st Street has items from Europe and America.
Antique English furniture and period jewelery are the signature items of this 3rd generation family owned business. It first opened in 1940 and is located in the Midtown east area of Manhattan.
The pride of this gallery is in finding unique pieces of furniture from French Art Nouveau to Tiffany lamps, as well as bronze sculptures and estate jewelery. It is located on Madison Avenue in the Upper East side.
Specializing in the rare and unusual, Aaron Faber has jewelry, watches and trinkets from the past and more recent designers. Unique wedding and engagement rings are part of the attraction.
This gallery features modern, recently designed furniture as well as vintage pieces including Art Deco pieces. It is on the 2nd floor of a 44th Street building in the Midtown East area.
The finest of the fine maps, rare books, atlases and globes among other antique collectible items are on display at this Midtown east store. The price tags are not for the faint-hearted or penny-pinching types either.
This outdoor market, was formerly The Annex flea market, is located in Hells Kitchen. It hosts between 100 and 150 vendors and offers the opportunity to rummage for old and antique goods. These can include vintage clothing, mid-century items, home decorations, furniture and jewelry.
This elegant Madison Avenue based store provides customers with personal attention and one-of-a-kind pieces of jewelery. It specializes in late 19th century and 20th century jewelry, with an emphasis on the Edwardian, Art Deco and Retro periods.
This company shows off the work of designers from the 1940s through to the 1980s. The very high end Chelsea showroom has more than 4000 square feet of space and feature pieces like sofas, chairs, tables, lighting and mirrors.
This Chelsea boutique opened its doors in 2001 and now displays a range of antiquities including art and furniture from the 18th and 19th centuries. The specialty of the store is early electric lighting, including turn-of-the-century lamps and chandeliers.
Two sisters own and run this clock repair store on Greenwich Avenue in the Financial district of Manhattan. They do the repair work themselves and also have everything from watches to grandfather clocks for sale.
This very high end boutique carries some vintage American and European furniture as well as lighting, art and other home accessories. It is located on White Street in the West Village.
This small store has been supplying New Yorkers with vintage and modern watches since 1957. It carries watch brands from Timex to Rolex as well as all kinds of watch straps and also has a watch repair service.
This wildly different eclectic store is about the artistic expression of its owners who display all kinds of unusual items that can adorn any living space. Paintings, photographs, sculptures, trophies and drums are some of the items on display.
The owner of this Soho area store brings unusual and usual items from Europe, India, Asia and South America to her New York base. These include modern and antique, whimsical and traditional decorative pieces.
This store presents itself as a furnished upmarket apartment with everything a place needs except the people living in it. It offers classical, contemporary and custom made furniture and home ware.
Collectors of fine vintage maps, antique books and historic memorabilia of past events, like the revolutionary war, are on display at this Midtown West store. Since the 1970s Richard Arkway has handled many important geographical antiquities, antique maps, atlases, globes and voyage books.
Antique silver is their specialty. Estate and antique silver, decorative, usable and rare. Third generation family run business with over 30 years of personal experience. They buy and sell.
For those passionate about antique and unusual books and print materials like maps this is a little gem of a store. Print pictures of all kinds of subject matter from American history to animals to children to hunting to sports and theater are on display.
Alan Moss brings unique pieces of furniture from America and Europe to his studio. These include antique and modern items like 20th century chandeliers, mirrors, ceramics and sculptures.
Amy Perlin Antiques, located in New York City and Bridgehampton, New York, specializes in 17th, 18th, and 19th century continental furniture and decorative objects. The 10,000 square foot showroom is filled with rare and eclectic, often grand-scale, pieces from across Europe.
Alphaville has wall to wall toys and games of yesteryear. It displays unusual and entertaining items mostly from the 1940s, 50s, 60s and 70s. In addition old movie posters adorn the walls of this Houston Street store.
This Upper East side store carries all kinds of antique prints or etchings from bygone eras. The art is of animals, anatomy, angels, architecture, castles, botanical maps, romance, food, sport and transportation among other things.
This showroom is dedicated to the display of the artistically pleasing pieces, as selected by Amir Dinkha. Tables, leather chairs, lighting and other accessories for the home with a few select items from names like Parsons and Karl Springer are all on view.
If thrift is the aim then A Repeat Performance could be the game, or certainly a place worth looking at. It is located on 1st Avenue in the East Village and carries eclectic antiques like typewriters, musical instruments, lampshades and furniture.
This company began life in the Hotel Waldorf Astoria in the late 1970s. It has a couple of store in New York that carry up market unusual and sometimes unique timepieces and jewelry from around the world.
Alan Rosenberg has collected unique pieces of art for the home that originate from 1945 to 1965. Viewings are by appointment only at his Manhattan based small showroom.
Everything for the rugged and intrepid gentleman traveler or explorer of yesteryear is available at this Upper East side store. Safari wear, formal and casual attire as well as outerwear, shoes and other accessories are all available.
This very high end antique boutique display items of French country style. The West Village store has 18th and 19th century armoires, buffets and chaises longues.
All kinds of antiques and antiquities are on display at this East Village emporium. The stock encompasses mid century furnishings, odds and collectibles like lighting, tables, vases, bowls and bikes.
Open weekdays from 10pm until 6pm and weekends by appointment, Secondhand Rose has a selection of antique wallpaper, furniture and other decorative arts from the late-19th and early-20th Centuries.
This antique-like store stocks all kinds of entertaining and whimsical goods for the home. It also has a few pieces that are new and features ocean liner memorabilia, presidential items, 1939 and 1964 World's Fair keepsakes and cartoon pieces.
The art and antiques at this Nolita store have been used in movies like Hitch with Wil Smith. Estate sales and flea markets are the source of some pieces and include things like farm tables, large mirrors and chandeliers.
This eclectic collection has all kinds of goods for the home from Moroccan rugs to Hugo Guinness prints to costumes for kids. It is located in the East Village and decoupage forms a significant part of the collection of items available.
This upscale store is a large open area that is supplied by numerous antique dealers. It has all kinds of antique pieces including furnishings and accessories for the home.
This bookstore started life in 1972 and it serves clients with all kinds of rare books, particularly focused on the art world. Books from all centuries between the 15th and 21st are available.
Unusual and antique bed frames and headboards as well as lighting for desks, walls or floors and benches, sofas and stools are all available here. This store is in the Soho district of Manhattan on Spring Street.
Located between West Broadway and Church Street in TriBeCa, Gill & Lagodich offers period frames, hand-carved replicas, custom frame design and gilding restoration.
Antique and vintage costume jewelery is the forte at this Midtown East boutique. Customers looking for something stylish that can be worn frequently and go with many different outfits or a piece to treasure for a lifetime may find it here.
The stock of vintage bikes in this East Village store is almost unrivaled in New York. The company fully restores bikes from the 1950s to the 1990s to their former glory.
Wood and metal furnishings and furniture from both Californian and European designers grace the floors at this Murray Hill district store in Manhattan. Antiques from the far east to Sweden are also available here.
Stylish and elegant eighteenth and early 19th century English works of art and furniture are the main features of this Midtown East boutique. Located in a pre-Civil War brick house the showroom displays William & Mary, Queen Anne, Georgian, Chippendale, Hepplewhite, Sheraton and Regency furniture.
This history of the Americas can almost be told in this store which has collections and collectibles like weaponry and other military related pieces. It is always on the lookout for new pieces and free appraisals are provided.
Gallery 532 has an extensive inventory of antique furniture, decorative items, lighting, pottery and art.
Silver antiquities from the Georgian, Edwardian and Queen Anne periods in English history as well as early American pieces are to be admired at this Midtown West store. These, along with antique jewelry like art deco cuff links and antique French renaissance revival pendants are something to behold.
Tony Garcia makes custom made furniture, tables, bookcases and cupboards from antique and reclaimed wood. He retrieves century old wood from rural Pennsylvania barns and uses it to create furniture for modern day New Yorkers.
This barometer and clock specialist is located in the Manhattan Art and Antiques Center. Customers looking for English, Period French and tall case clocks may find a gem at this Midtown East location.
Contemporary furniture and decorative objects and antiques can be found at Duane. Come to see mirrors, lighting, cabinets, tables and more.
With a manly feel to it these antiques are displayed in a 4000 foot square show room on 22nd Street in Chelsea. Pieces range from the 1800s to the 1970s and include seating lighting, mirrors and wall decorations.
Burden & Izett specializes in presenting English-accented antiques. Furniture, cabinets, mirrors and artwork from China, France, Germany, Italy and England.
This large and open store has a range of Scandinavian furniture and home accessories from the 20th century. These includes items for the bedroom, bathroom and living room as well as lighting and tableware.
The odd and unusual are on display at this 10th Street store which is between 1st Avenue and Avenue A. The owners comb the local auctions, flea markets and estate sales looking for curious and outlandish objects to obtain and present at their store.
20th-century, European furniture is the focus of Antiqueria Tribeca. Come to Antiqueria Tribeca for Art Deco furnishings and more.
In 2001 this high end store opened to bring unusual pieces of antique art, furniture and home accessories to a modern setting in Soho, New York. The French furniture, antique Swedish rugs and upholstered German couches are displayed in a retail space that feels like an exhibition.
This store carries Native American and other American decorative arts and crafts including quilts, textiles, furniture, paintings and weavings. Some date back to the 19th and 20th centuries other are recent pieces.
Vintage antique furniture and home accessories dating from the 1930s to the 1970s is the genre of this Midtown East store. Elegant and enduring is the nature of all pieces on display at the high end boutique.
This company started business in 1996 and continues to offer antique and new stylish lighting and chandeliers. The vintage pieces are all fully restored and the new designs are all inspired by historic pieces and ideas.
This store carries mid-century pieces as well as 18th and 19th century antiques and custom made home furnishings. Mirrors and Murano glass are a particular specialty of the upper East side boutique.
Not far from the Design and Decoration Building, this small store plays host to a number of historic pieces from Europe, mainly France. The chairs, tables, chandeliers and other decorative items date from the 1920s to the 1960s.
This store features 18th to 20th century furniture, lighting and works of art. In addition it has vintage Louis Vuitton luggage, Chanel and Gucci handbags and costume jewelry by Weiss as well as many other designer items.
This very high end showroom on Mercer Street in Soho has first-class furnishings, lighting and works of art. It also carries unique, antique, vintage and retro items for both the home and office of Manhattan residents.
This purveyor of fine English and a few other European country antiques and furnishings calls Madison Avenue in Manhattan its home. Many pieces of porcelain and pottery are on display in this small store.
Contemporary and vintage designers are on display in this home furnishings store in Tribeca, Manhattan. Tables, seating, storage, lighting and objects of art are all on display.
The origins of this store come from little old church ladies selling old doorknobs on a street corner. It now carries all kinds of antiquities from stained glass windows to porcelain toilets.
This high end antique place features furniture, lighting and paintings from the eighteenth to twenty-first centuries. The collection has classic French pieces from Louis XVI as well as modern art deco items.
This boutique sits behind the sister store Pippin Vintage Jewelery in Chelsea on 17th Street. It offers an alternative for those wanting to be eco-friendly and use re-cycled furniture, in particular it carries vintage pieces.
Elegant pieces of antique furniture from France and Italy are displayed at this Tribeca store. They include items like 18th century French tables, 1920s porcelain and crystal chandeliers.
This large retail space in the Flatiron district of Manhattan holds over 150 different little stores. They carry antiques of all different kinds from vintage furniture to paintings to toys and jewelry.
Furniture and arts from the 17th through 20th centuries are showcased at Lili Marleen Antiques.
The Demolition Depot provides a space for irreplaceable antique and vintage items from old buildings to be re-cycled and re-sold. Items available can include vintage plumbing fixtures, doors, windows, shutters, railings, gates, grills, mantels and stone and terracotta pieces.
Since 1934 Scully & Scully has provided the Upper East side shoppers with all kinds of fine period furniture and porcelain, crystal, silver and enamel artistic pieces to decorate their homes. The store is on Park Avenue at 59th Street.