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Offering a plethora of old-world furnishings, White Trash is one classy store. Vintage table ware, designer antiquities and any furniture worth its salt from the 1940s to the 1970s is available in this tiny store. Pick up a nice lamp for your table or a vase for the dining room. You can also grab a classic book or an African motif. Be a part of their mailing list for regular updates on new items and other such information. Check website for more details.
This store located in Greenwich Village features exquisite antique furniture and earthenware for the home from Provence. Pottery, decorations, weather vanes and much more fill this tiny Le Fanion in the West Village. There is oven ware, artwork and crystal chandeliers-all of which you are not likely to find elsewhere in New York City. The store gives off a warm, cozy glow, much like the landscape of the south of France.
This small shop filled with corporal curios and anachronistic anomalies is truly a store for oddballs. Obscura has even had a T.V. show on the Discovery Channel and the more eccentric among us will be delighted to find items like snake wine, animal skulls, Victorian hairpieces and more. The assortment of oddities coupled with the knowledgeable staff makes this store seem like a small museum guided by the macabre minds of the curators.
In this four-story complex, you will find more than 250 galleries dealing in antiquities, vintage home furnishings, jewelry and more. At Antique Rose, you can buy vintage lamps and items made of porcelain, sterling silver, bronze and glass. Ashville Fine Art specializes in bronze sculptures, while Cem Collection's specialty is European and Islamic antiques. Showplace Antique+Design Center has everything antique aficionados could possibly want.
New York Vintage has established itself in the minds of locals and tourists alike. The range of vintage 1980s and 1990s dresses, accessories and outfits that are stocked here is immense and most definitely a cut above the rest. The prices are a bit high-end, but well worth the effort given the style and design. The fashion store also offers to buy classic clothing from their customers. If you are a fan of vintage then this is one place you should definitely not miss!
Old is truly gold. All the items at Yesterday's News might be old, but they sure haven’t lost their shine. Browse through the passel of old silverware, furniture and jewelry and you might find a treasure here. You need a lot of patience, as the store isn't very well organized. Giving a home-feel, you can spend hours here just picking and shifting through it all.
If you are bored with the collection at showrooms and sophisticated boutiques, and are in search for something unique, Artists & Fleas will definitely please you. This market is a hub for rare finds created or sought by local designers and artists. More than 60 vendors entice shoppers with vintage wear, jewelry, handicrafts and other knick-knacks. A great place to witness the local scene, Artists & Fleas makes for a delightful shopping experience.
If you want to furnish your home with antiquities, Furnish Green would be a great place to start your hunt for the perfect items. This eco-friendly store is filled with antique dressers, beds, light fixtures, mirrors, trunks, side tables and more. All the pieces in the store, especially the beds, are steamed and vacuumed as a precaution against pests.
Shop at one of the world’s top-rated shopping streets for antique home decor, clothing, jewelry and furniture. The crowd that comes here to shop on a normal day includes artists, art collectors and celebrities who look for a rare piece of treasure, or a black and white photograph. The stretch is, not surprisingly, very touristy, but the vendors are friendly and not really pushy. Located near Times Square, the market is open on all Saturdays and Sundays.
This rather large and impressive antiques dealer has over 100 opulent galleries filled with prized American, African, Asian and European pieces. The Manhattan Art and Antiques Center is open to the general public and charges no admission fee. The center is best known for its art pieces, antique furniture, silverware and porcelain. There is also jewelry, bronze, medallions, baskets, glass, fine rugs and tapestries forming an unending selection of collectibles. Services include watch and clock repairs, appraisals and even rug and tapestry mending. So for a bit of intrigue to hang up on the office wall or display in the master bedroom, pick a piece at The Manhattan Art and Antiques Center.
At Stray Vintage in Queens, there aren't many things you can't find. Containing a large selection of secondhand knickknacks, trinkets, home decorations, and other miscellanea, Stray is a favorite among New Yorkers always looking for those one-of-a-kind items. Many of the items featured in the store are created by local artists and craftsman, so you'll feel good putting money back into the local community. Visit the store today to find that special item you never knew you were missing.