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What began as a harmless penchant for selling and buying vintage furniture on her mom's part, has grown over the decades into a full-fledged business now managed by Beverley. Occupying a small space amid Cabbagetown's shop-lined streets, Green's Antiques opens up to a treasure trove of salvaged antique collections. This family-run fixture on Parliament Street features a a range of furniture items, lamps, chandeliers, china, porcelain, jewelery, statues, and several other vintage pieces. However, it is the furniture that is most sought after here, with collections ranging from English antiques and finds from the late 18th century, to collectible Chippendale furniture items.
Guff is a modern furniture store that has its stock always full with new products being stacked in on Tuesdays and Fridays. While having more of the Scandinavian product lines, they cater to office, home and general use furniture. Most of the products found here are of vintage and antique nature, and as such, products that are once seen, may not last the next time you visit. The variants of chairs, tables, beds are in plenty. Your own vintage furniture can also be sold here.
Located South of Eglington on Mount Pleasant road, this veritable trove of fantastic vintage memorabilia is just the kind of shop a collector would dream about. This decades old fixture goes by the name Bernardi's Antiques, and stocks a staggering number of antique items that run the full gamut from English and French furniture and Moorcroft Pottery, to art glass, silver flatware, china patterns, and Victorian collectibles. Chat with the friendly and knowledgeable owners, members of the Zammit family, if you're looking for a specific item.
Go hunting for vintage treasures at Mrs. Huizenga antique shop located at the end of Roncesvalles Avenue. This spacious shop is equipped with all that you need to fill your life and home with unique, one-of-a-kind home decor items and collectibles, and on a regular day, you will see a range of items tumbling out of this earthy treasure trove. From a vintage chaise that belongs to another era, and an ornately embroidered carpet, to retro salt and pepper shakers, trinkets, dolls, and heavily bound hardcover books, find an incredible variety to choose from. Mrs. Huizenga also sells beautiful mid-century furniture and original upholstery items.
At Victorian Revival, the grandeur of the Victorian age comes alive through rare architectural artifacts, vintage lighting fixtures, antique industrial and barn lighting, furniture and fireplaces. Shop for home decor items such as nautical, pendant and wall lights, chandeliers with candle holders or floral patterns, bank vaults made of bronze or steel, vintage wire mesh, a polished, marble-top table with spindly legs, and decorative folding screens. The lighting items purchased here serve a variety of purposes from indoor and outdoor lighting to fixtures for commercial use. Albeit expensive, the merchandise is worth every penny for its nostalgic feel.
Eclectic Revival originally began as an antique shop selling all kinds of furniture and home decor items, however soon it developed its specialization in vintage lighting. Today, the owners source fixtures such as gas, electric, oil and combination lighting from the Europe and North America. Ancient catalogs aid them in selling these lighting installations in the same way as they were retailed in history. Their collection includes chandeliers from 1800 to 1950, in varied styles such as Art Deco and Rococo, pendant lighting from the 1920s, glass and wrought iron wall sconces, brass oil lamps and table lamps. Shoppers can also find industrial and outdoor lighting, including lanterns, for miscellaneous purposes. This shop also sells custom lighting, manufactured in-house from scrap materials and offers restoration services for ancient lighting heirlooms and collector's items.