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Occupying a small area in southeast Buffalo, this decades-old antique showroom features a diverse array of antique objects. Vintage lovers will love the collection of Roycraft furniture, jewelry items, fine art paintings, books, old coins, Native American heirlooms and relics, and glassware on sale here. Since Side by Side Antiques keep adding to their collection, you will most likely find something new each time you visit.
Spread over three stories in a warehouse in northwest Buffalo, this cool and quirky furniture store is one of the most definitive places in town to shop for antique furniture. The store mainly carries a diverse range of mid-century modern furniture, alongside curious curios, knickknacks, vintage musical instruments, lighting fixtures, and even a smattering of framed fine art for your living room. You can also find a beautiful bevy of French Art Deco storage units, rosewood cabinets, and Baker chests.
Located close to the Niagara River in northwest Buffalo, this sprawling antique shop is housed in a turn-of-the-century building. Gothic City Antiques boasts of one of the largest collections of antique items in Buffalo, ranging from vintage furniture items and stained glass artworks, to religious artifacts, lighting fixtures, and wrought iron fixtures. The backyard of the shop is filled with a number of yard and garden decorative pieces. With such a well-covered selection of antiques across categories, vintage lovers will be certainly left spoilt for choice.
Located on Hertel Avenue in Buffalo's North Park, this cozy antique store has been part of the antique industry since the early nineties. In its 2500 square feet (232.2 square meters) area, Buffalo Antiques invites you to browse through its collection of period antiques and ornate decorative items sourced from a bygone era. Besides vintage furniture, you will also find several sterling silver items, lamps and lampshades, china and glassware sets, artworks and even costume jewelry to choose from.
This renovated 1880's church, located in the Blossom area of Elma, is stocked with a variety of primitive antiques, along with one of a kind locally made handcrafted items, such as candles, soaps, lotions, jams, dips, spices and mustard. As you browse, enjoy a complimentary cup of fireside coffee. Some of their unique decorator items include flexible twig lights, perfect for creating country displays. They come in 20" and 39" tall sprigs, as well as in a 6-foot garland. The antique items are ever changing and include many primitives and country decor items.
Located in East Amherst, this fine antique shop is a popular purveyor of 19th century antiques and artworks in the western New York area. Browse through their staggering collection of lamps and lampshades, especially the Student Lamp by Manhattan Brass Co., which is their specialty. One of the more rare pieces in the shop includes Kittinger's George Washington Desk. J&M Antiques also features a limited collection of oil paintings from the 19th century, and exotic and ornate decorative items.
Located a little outside of Buffalo in Clarence, the Clarence Hollow Antique Mall is an antique paradise. The bustling mall is home to nearly 40 antique vendors, each of whom sell unique, one-of-a-kind wares at reasonable prices. Compare collections from store to store, and find yourself an eclectic range to choose from. You will find limitless vintage knickknacks, furniture items, collectibles from the late Victorian era, to the mid-century modern era, and several more, in its 13000 square feet (1207.73 square meters) layout. The mall has regular discounts, and the staff is pleasant without being pushy. While you're here, don't forget to pay a visit to the Bonadio Country Store for some baked goodies and fudge, as well as specialty candles and Jake and Amos products for your home.
Antique World is the largest indoor and outdoor antique and flea market in New York State. Indoors, hundreds of dealers display their wares year-round in 100,000 square feet in 10 buildings. You'll find glassware, pottery, dishes, furniture, jewelry, textiles, collectible items and more. On Sundays during spring, summer and fall, hundreds of additional dealers set up their wares outside. Two huge “super” flea markets are generally held in May and August. Since Clarence, the oldest township in western New York, is considered the antique capital of the region, it's fitting that this large complex is located here.