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Jean-Marc Fray French Antiques are direct importers of distinctive antiques, decorative arts and fine art since 1995. Their expertise and high sense of style has attracted designers and collectors worldwide. They offer an impressive collection of antique pieces dating from the 18th, 19th and early 20th Centuries, as well as a large selection of mid-Century modern pieces from the Art Deco period up to vintage 1950’s, 1960’s and 1970’s, including several quite stunning Italian Murano glass chandeliers and lamps. Beautiful works by contemporary artists are permanently featured in this gallery as well, making this stop a must-see for anyone seeking to decorate their home with one-of-kind, tasteful treasures.
For aficionados of the shabby chic movement, there is no better stop in South Austin than Uncommon Objects. It is crammed full of antique and collectible furniture. Need a faded piece of crockery for the kitchen? You will find it here. Looking for a soft, old quilt for baby's bed? Most likely you will find a plethora to choose from. The stock is arranged in mini-tableaux, framed by worn textiles and blankets hanging from above. It is a great place to get ideas for making over your home.
Far Out Home Fittings is not your average stuffy, dust-filled antique shop. Far Out is all about the funky and wacky pieces of furniture many other antique shops may not carry. With pieces from all styles and decades, you can definitely find something weird, wonderful and unique to decorate your home with at Far Out Home Fittings.
Upon viewing the curious building that houses Room Service Vintage, complete with a rooftop sculpture of a large, purple easy chair, aficionados of retro chic will feel right at home. The furniture department offers the most interesting items in the store. In fact, you will often find some of them reserved as movie props for locally produced films. It also offers a fairly small collection of vintage men's and women's clothing. Whimsical knickknacks from yesteryear abound.
There are over one-hundred vendors here offering a variety of goods, including antique furniture, with many pieces being more than a century old. Additionally, scores of collectibles, like 1970s lunch boxes and Roseville pottery, fine china and glassware and colorful Czechoslovakian art glass all reside at the Austin Antique Mall. You never know what the vendors will bring here from week-to-week!