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Antique Shops



Antiques add so much to a home or office: a sense of quality, history, refinement, and grace. It's no wonder that people find them hard to resist. If you're the type of person who can't pass by a shop, just wondering what may lie within, you'll relish Charlotte's bounty. A wide selection of antiques of all vintages, provenances, and places of origin can be found, and 10Best leads you to the top sources. Our editors and readers particularly applaud Circa Interiors and Antiques, as you will with one glance at the merchandise. It's without a doubt one of Charlotte's best antique shops.


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Rooney Robison Antiques


Conversation pieces abound at Rooney Robison Antiques, enabling customers to turn ho-hum abodes into the talk of the town...or at least the neighborhood. With tempting one-of-a-kind treasures like antique strainers, exotic bamboo cabinets, exquisite silver tea services and antique children's cymbals, visitors are bound to discover a must-have marvel. Plus, the amiable staff offers brilliant ideas for repurposing items in chic new ways, turning antique hatboxes into centerpieces and French candlesticks into jewelry displays.


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Myers Park


Acquisitions combines custom upholstery, European antiques and high quality reproductions to create sophisticated English country interior styling. A multitude of carefully selected accessories, including quilts, mirrors, needlepoint pillows and lamps add pizzazz to most any interior space.




Representing nearly every interior style, Interiors Marketplace is a one stop design destination in the South End. Plan to spend a few hours browsing among European and American antiques, accessories, fabrics, light fixtures and artwork by regional artists.


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Circa Interiors and Antiques


For one of a kind antique finds, look no further than Circa. Scattered among a wide range of high-end European antiques are vintage pillows, antique prints, custom designed lamps and accessories from around the world. A complete line of custom upholstery and interior design services are also available.


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Myers Park
Rococo


Don't let this unassuming location fool you! Behind Maypole's simple façade is a hand-picked collection of unusual English and French antiques. Selections include marble-topped chests, garden gate coffee tables, tromp l'oeil mirrors and porcelain. Full design services and private appointments are also available.


Mary Frances Miller Antiques and Interiors


Frequent shipments of quality 18th and 19th century French and English antiques often include side tables, dining chairs and tables, sconces and servers. The shop's greatest asset is its owner, Mary Frances Miller, whose charming demeanor and wealth of knowledge make every purchase a pleasure.


Sleepy Poet Antique Mall


An incredible 55,000 square feet of space packed with vendors make this award-winning antique mall a far from sleepy spot. Visitors are thrilled by thousands of well-priced antiques and fabulous vintage finds, including rows of furniture, jewelry ranging from quirky to couture, delicate porcelains, old-school records, fine art, vintage threads and books galore. The kindhearted employees even invite customers to store potential buys in cubbies, making it easier to browse while munching on free popcorn.




Design fanatics and novices alike find endless inspiration at South End Exchange, an antique consignment shop featuring one-of-a-kind furnishings. The inventory is constantly updated with antique treasures dating back to the 1700s, as well as unique contemporary pieces and local art. With a budget of $5 or $500, customers can banish blank walls and drab spaces with such charming finds as antique parlor stoves, Venetian mirrors, hand-forged chandeliers, rustic farm tables and quaint old demijohns.


Fifteen Ten Antiques


Whether you're looking for a funky retro lamp to add pop to your parlor or an elegant Rococo frame to infuse your dining room with drama, you're sure to find the perfect piece at Fifteen Ten Antiques. Located in historic Plaza Midwood, this enormous shop boasts an astounding, ever-changing collection of antiques dating from the 1800s to the mid-20th century. Highlights range from majestic furniture and glass stemware to vibrant Impressionist paintings and 1950s stilettos.


Windwood Antiques


Housed in a rambling cottage, this antiques dealer offers one of the city's best selections of 18th and 19th century French and English antiques. Inventory often includes charming thatched-bottomed French chairs, armoires, period light fixtures and dining tables.


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