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New York Antique stores.

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Blue Bird Antiques

(607) 272-2473
113 West State Street
Ithaca, New York 14850
Blue Bird Antiques has a Unique Assortment of Antique, Vintage & Unusual Magical Treasures.

Category: Antique Shop

Dennis Holzman Antiques

(518) 326-2061
111 Remsen Street
Cohoes, New York 12047
A unique blend of historically significant items, traditional antiques and fine art, stylish objects, rare and out-of-print books, printed ephemera, manuscripts, photographs.

Category: Antique Shop

Fort Anne Antiques

(518) 639-8806
69 George Street
Fort Anne, New York 12827
Vintage jewelry and clothing; postcards, magazine and ephemera; tools and lighting, artwork and prints; salt and pepper shakers; glassware; unique birdhouses, and so much more.

Category: Antique Shop

Gristmill Antique Center

(518) 663-5115
2250 State Route 7
Troy, New York 12180
The Gristmill Antique Center showcases late 19th century to mid-20th century furnishings and home goods, glassware, jewelry, collectibles, art and so much more.

Category: Antique Shop

Over Time Antiques and More

(518) 692-8600
83 Main Street
Greenwich, New York
A great country shop featuring a charming mix of old and new country home decor. NOT just an antiques store. What treasures will you find?

Category: Antique Shop


Silver Fox Salvage

(518) 256-12207
20 Learned Street
Albany, New York 12207
We offer an eclectic variety of DECORATIVE Architectural Salvage including antique and vintage lighting, stained and leaded glass, doors, windows, fireplace mantles & inserts, wood flooring, ornate wood trim, metalwork, and antique and reproduction hardware. Over 90% of our items are one-of-a-kind.

Category: Antique Shop

Swamp Angel Antiques

(518) 943-2650
349 Main Street
Catskill, New York 12414
Antique shop featuring a unique mix of decoys, sporting collectibles, and vintage woodworking tools.

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.