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Elegant craftsmanship and crude primitives peacefully co-exist in Dispela Antiques. It's an odd combination, this marriage of antiques from the late 19th and early 20th-century and Papua New Guinea Tribal Art, but you are never short of visual stimulation when you're browsing here. A treat for an art connoisseur and enthusiast, this place draws people from all walks of life.
King Richard's Antique Center in Whittier is the largest of its kind in the entire state of California. With 57,000 square feet of space, if you can't find what you're looking for here, it might not exist. Whether you're looking for vintage toys, furniture, memorabilia, art or anything in between, head to King Richard's and you will likely find it.
Studio Antiques is not your typical antique store next door. Owners Laurence and Sally Martin even have their own television show, credit to their keen eye for eclectic antiques that dominate their expansive collection. Browse through the organized clutter of art, furniture, statues, ceramic, lamps, coins, collectibles, jewelry and vintage clothes. The shop is covered from wall to wall with items extends onto the patio as well. A visit here is a memorable experience in itself, but there’s nothing like a great purchase.
Rosemarie McCaffrey Antiques sells unique antiques from the 17th, 18th and 19th Centuries, with most of them handcrafted French Country items that you won't find anywhere else. The furniture here is elegant and timeless as well as eclectic and each exquisite piece is sure to add that alluring touch to your home. In addition to furniture, the shop sells paintings, pottery, collectibles and antique mirrors from the 18th and 19th Centuries to further enhance your interiors. Whether you are looking to redecorate your whole house or just want a decorative piece to accentuate your current decor, you will find what you need.