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Uniquities Architectural Antiques offers one-of-a-kind 19th-century antiques and collectibles. The owner obtains most of the collectibles from England on regular sojourns. The treasures here include beautifully carved fireplaces as well as an iron spiral staircase that dates back to 1899. Although a lot of the items can be a little pricey, each item is incredibly detailed and handcrafted. Because most of these items are irreplaceable, Uniquities was the only Calgary store voted as one of the top 10 by Canadian House and Home Magazine.
If you are searching for a unique gift or new addition to one of your collections, look no further than Inside Avenue Antiques in Calgary. The massive establishment is spread out over 15,000 square feet and offers up a wonderland of antiques for shoppers to explore. Fifty-five different antique vendors have set up shop within the space, which means that you won't have to trek across town to find a particular item, because with this many vendors, you are bound to find something you love within this huge antiques complex. The well-organized space also features collectible vendors that sell a wide range of items, from antique spoons to first volume tomes. Be sure to set aside a couple of hours to better explore the nooks and crannies of this wonderful space.
Are you looking for the skull of a rare bird? An antique saddle or American Civil War weapon? Maybe an Elizabethan desk? Iron Crow calls itself a store of antiques and “objects of intrigue,” and it is a good place as any to find unique items that make thoughtful gifts and give the home some personality. The store’s wares are organized into collections called “Oil and Gas,” “Western and Native American,” “Bric a Brac,” “Religious Artifacts,” and “Furniture.” The store is not small, it's a large warehouse full of intrigue.
If you are looking for a unique piece of furniture or home decoration, look no further than the large inventory housed within the Consignment Gallery in Calgary. Visitors to the store can wander through the 18,600 square-foot showroom admiring items that have been collected from all over the world. The consignment store only accepts high quality items, which means that whether you are looking for a fun chair to add to your living room, or a decorative vase for your mantle, you are sure to find a well-crafted piece at the Consignment Gallery.
This antique store encourages visitors to find pieces to decorate a “man-cave or garage.” In other words, it’s the perfect place to find cowboy-themed Americana, old typewriters, sports memorabilia, tools that have withstood the test of time, and other things that are just not found or made as well anymore. The selection does tend toward the “man cave” décor, but all kinds of items suitable for any room in the house can be found here, and they are usually well-maintained. Note that Mantiques is located inside the Quality Tools Etc shop.
This antique mall is located in the town of Airdrie, which is just 15 minutes from the north of Calgary accessible via the former Highway 2, Queen Elizabeth II Highway. This mall, called Where on Earth Did You Get That, is home to over 50 antique dealers, with a variety of useful, pre-loved, recyclable antiques from the mid-1900s to the early 19th Century. Though it can easily be taken for a museum, visitors are surprised at the abundance of antiques, from silver, china, vintage jewelery, old gramophones, antique furniture, paintings, and period gasoline station equipment.