From 18th century French porcelain to Art Deco, New York antique dealers offer a wonderful journey through time. Some shops, such as Alaska on Madison, will even surprise you!

    Antiques in New York City
    You will find plenty of treasures in New York City !


      Since 1983, Arkitektura has been offering the finest in 20th Century Classic furniture created by several of the most accomplished architects of our time. While the furniture is designed to work well in both corporate and residential installations, it's common thread is that much honored combination of fine design and superior hand-craftsmanship.
      1324 Lexington Avenue, suite 250
      86 St

      Bernard & S. Dean Levy

      The finest American antiques & art since 1901.
      24 East 84th Street
      86 St

      Dalva Brothers

      Dealers in fine French and continental 18th century furniture, antique clocks, lighting, old master paintings, European porcelain, textiles and tapestries.
      53 East 77th Street
      77 St

      Elle W Collection

      Estate jewelry and great 20th century furnishings… French, art deco, retro and mid-century finds are the specialty of Elle W Collection. Every antique and vintage item is chosen with great taste by owner, Lorraine Wohl. You’ll find wonderful French mirrored furniture, chandeliers, sconces, lamps, Objet d’art, in addition to jewelry and accessories.
      200 Lexington Avenue Suite 420. 4th Floor New York Design Center
      33 St

      Florian Papp

      Florian Papp Antiques specializes in antique furniture, English and European antique furniture, and offers a wide selection paintings and prints.
      962 Madison Avenue
      77 St

      Flying Cranes Antiques

      Fast approaching the 30-year mark, and one of the world leaders in the field of Japanese antiques, Flying Cranes has established a record for providing Meiji Period artwork around the world to discriminating collectors, museum curators and serious novices who cherish the time-honored traditions of Japan's Golden Age.
      1050 2nd Avenue
      Lexington / 53 St

      George Glazer Gallery

      Antique terrestrial, celestial and world globes, maps, atlases, prints, photographs, art, books...
      28 East 72nd Street
      68 St - Hunter College

      Harris Levy

      98 Forsyth Street, bewteen Grand and Broom Streets
      Grand Street

      Linda Horn Antiques

      Linda Horn is one of the top antique dealers in the United States, and is well known in the markets of England, France, Europe and Asia.
      1327 Madison Avenue/78th Street
      96 St

      Lost City Arts

      Established in 1982, Lost City Arts is recognized internationally as a leading source of 20th century design furniture, lighting and accessories. Owner, James Elkind, travels the world in search of unique pieces.
      18 Cooper Square
      Astor Pl

      Mallett Antiques

      Established in London and New York, this venerable house was founded in 1865 and has severals museums among its clients. Mallett now has a stock of more than 2000 antiques and works of art.
      929 Madison Avenue/74th Street
      77 St

      Manhattan Art and Antique Center

      Founded in 1974 in Midtown Manhattan, the Manhattan Art & Antiques Center welcomes 100 galleries which deals with every category of arts and antiques. You will find porcelains, paintings, silverware , antique jewelery , watches...
      1050 2nd Avenue/56th Street
      Lexington Av / 53 St

      Martayan Lan

      Located in the heart of New York's gallery district, Martayan Lan is a world-leading dealer of fine antique maps, atlases, globes, city plans and views, and nautical charts from the 15th-19th centuries.
      70 East 55th Street, 6e étage
      5 Av / 53 St

      Naga Antiques

      For over thirty years Naga Antiques has been dedicated to offering fine Japanese screen paintings and Japanese antiques.
      145 East 61st Street
      59 St

      O'Sullivan Antiques

      Renowned for their high quality antiques, O'Sullivan Antiques is member of the Irish Antique Dealers Association and deal in fine Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian period furniture, specialising in mahogany, rosewood, satinwood and walnut pieces.
      51 East 10th Street
      Union Square

      Obscura Antiques

      Obscura Antiques is very much like visiting your grandmothers house. If your grandmother had lived in a really scary dark dank house with a lot of weird art objects strewing all...
      280 East 10th Street
      1 Av

      The Working Class Emporium

      Not your run of the mill purveyors of hand crafted advertising, perfumes, clothing, accessories, haberdashery, art and antiques.
      188 Duane Street
      Chambers St

      Woodard & Greenstein

      Blanche Greenstein and Tom Woodard presents a collection of American antiques , especially beautiful genuine patchworks.
      506 East 74th Street, 5th Floor
      68 St / Hunter College