Just because your dining room chairs are full of cobwebs and dust doesn’t mean they are antiques. Antiques are more than a weathered rocking chair that one finds at the annual community garage sale.
An antique is cultured, something that has stood the test of at least 100 years with an ability to continually impress with beauty that is truly timeless. They are epochs of imagination and interest, and it is imperative for any antique collector to find a dealer that is impressive and authentic.
A name doesn’t always describe a store with impeccable clarity, but the name of this shop on Market Street in Minneapolis certainly does. There are numerous amounts of stunning antiques at the place, from furnishing to accents, every antique lover leaves happy after a visit to Antique Manor.
I can’t emphasize enough how full this store is, and it truly provides the quantity with the quality, a perfect mix for antique stores. Visit their Facebook page, or simply stop in if you are interested in learning more about this spot.
275 Market St., Ste. 319, Minneapolis
Have an itch to get a hold of some furniture from the early 20th Century? How about some fine paintings or a quality vase? Eastwood Gallery has loads of nice items from the American Arts and Crafts period, so check it out and be impressed.
404 Snelling Ave. S., St. Paul
Exotic imports from Africa, Asia, and the Pacific, yes, that sounds quite lovely, eh? Indigo truly packs a punch with the furniture and other antiques that they bring to the charming residents of Minnesota. Bring your home to life with quality antiques from the four corners of the world. Indigo is one of the best places to start if you are looking for quality antique imports in the twin cities.
530 N. 3rd St., Minneapolis
Ample amounts of antiques from all sorts of time periods: this is the best way I can describe Timelines on Snelling Avenue in St. Paul. If you are a sucker for art, I assure you to be excited about this shop. The furniture here is also quite fascinating. Who am I kidding, the whole store has a bunch of neat and quality things. Venture out and go for it at Timelines.
420 Snelling Ave. S., St. Paul