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Find a unique little piece of Prague to take home with you! Browse this authentic shop full of antiques, vintage clothing and accessories, glass wear, World War II era knick-knacks and other oddities. Two showrooms hold the collection of genuine treasures. The multilingual shop owner is friendly and knowledgeable, willing to converse and share information on each item in his small shop. Enjoy browsing through the cave of worldly treasures and unearth a one-of-a-kind Czech souvenir. -Katie Kopacz
The Dorotheum is a branch of a Viennese art and antique dealer. The art is periodically sold at auctions, and can be viewed at the gallery at the same address. The Dorotheum also sells other antiques such as flintlock shotguns.
This little shop just off the main pedestrian shopping area of Na Prikope is an Aladdin's cave of antique watches and clocks. An original baroque fresco covers the boutique's vaulted ceiling and the walls below it are filled with clocks from the same century. The shop specializes in 18th and 19th century time-pieces of all types. There are grandfather clocks, carriage clocks, wonderfully ornate gold-leafed baroque pieces as well as a case full of gold pocket watches. The shop has its own workshop and watchsmith for reparations. All the clocks that it sells have been restored to working order and the room is filled with a symphony of grand and minor tickings.
This elegant porcelain shop is not for the clumsy. Czech crystal, porcelain, and china are spread generously over two enormous floors. Every inch is utilized to display showcase after showcase of the Czech Republic's best works. Products from Cesky Porcelan, Royal Dux Bohemia, Haas & Czjzek, A. Ruckl & Sons, and Toner are supplied, offering the Czech Republic's best. Serving any occasion, small crystal gifts or entire china sets can be purchased at inexpensive prices. Ask the store attendants about current exhibits in the Czech Porcelain Gallery.