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Michigan Antique stores.

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Greenfield Collection Antiques

(517) 374-1040
117 East Grand River Avenue
Lansing, Michigan 48906
Greenfield Collection Antiques is home to a larger collection of antiques, including furniture, glassware and collectables.

Category: Antique Shop

Haviland Beach Design Company

103 North Bridge Street
Linden, Michigan 48451
Featuring Unique Antiques & Collectables. Consignment outlet for local Artist collections. Interior Design for the Home or Business.

Category: Antique Shop

Long's Antiques and Collectables

(231) 884-1663
218 North Mitchell Street
Cadillac, Michigan
We sell vintage treasures, antiques, primatives, mancave stuff, bookcases, small furniture and other unique items. We take in antique solid wood furniture on consignment.

Category: Antique Shop

MoeRey Antiques Gallery

(616) 249-2850
4390 Chicago Drive
Grandville, Michigan 49418
Set at the crossroads between the lake shore and Grand Rapids, we are showcasing a great variety of quality heirlooms and vintage goods.

Category: Antique Shop


Tips for Antique Shopping

1. Antiques are, by definition, at least 100 years old. Anything else is “vintage” or a “collectible”.

2. Move the piece away from walls and other items so you can get a good look at all sides, including the bottom. Study the piece under bright light or ask to take it outside if the weather is not inclement.

3. Examine the finish for natural signs of wear. Authentic pieces will have dirt in crevices or in places that are hard to clean, and wear around knobs and on drawers caused by friction. The absence of such wear may indicate that the piece is not old, or that it has been refinished. The latter is not necessarily bad if it’s been done well, but it will lower the piece’s value in most instances.

4. Negotiate. An all-in-good-fun, see-what-you-can-do-for-me attitude gets you a lot further with dealers than a negative, attacking stance.