11 Best Antique Stores in Toronto

Sometimes the finest products aren’t newly launched tech or luxury brands. Antique stores in Toronto have a variety of timeless treasures, each with its own unique story to tell. For someone looking for one-of-a-kind treasures, the city has a lot to offer, and we know where you can begin looking. If you are planning to decorate your home or just collect vintage items, you need to check out our list of the 11 best antique stores in Toronto.

11) Weird Things Antique Shop

Perhaps not the weirdest, but definitely one of the most interesting vintage shops you’ll ever come across. This antique store offers a collection that will make you scratch your head and tickle your curiosity. This is the place to go if you enjoy learning about new stuff and collecting unusual objects. Stop by and have a look; even if you aren’t interested in buying a collectible, you will enjoy looking around. Don’t forget to pet baby Rodney, the cutest shop cat ever who will make your visit 10 times more enjoyable.

10) Army Outfitters

If you’re interested in military antiques and books, then Army Outfitters is definitely the place you should visit. The store has dozens of books on militaries that are focused on the 20-century conflicts. If you love history, you are going to love this store. You will find so many interesting military collectables. There are several books on World War I, World War II, Korea, the Vietnam War, and other historical events that you can learn about, with the addition of military equipment that adds to the learning experience of world history. This absolutely should be on your bucket list and don’t forget to stop by during their store hours from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. every day of the week except Mondays.

9) Mrs. Huizenga

This store is like other classic antique stores that sell a variety of home goods. You will never run out of interesting things to see, as the store offers a wide range of fascinating items, from the smallest to the largest furnishings. For the past 16 years, their antique store has been a go-to destination in Toronto for unique vintage pieces for your home décor. Stop by their store, which is open Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., to pick up some unique ceramic teacup sets for your tea time or art pieces that will change your house and grab your guests’ attention.

8) Abrahams Mirror Plus

This antique store on Queen Street W and Bathurst have some of the best treasures. Abraham has been offering hand-picked vintage items for over 30 years that are reasonably priced. Everything you could need for a special touch to your house is here, whether you’re looking for the perfect chair, chandeliers, music instruments, or carpets. The store is also a great place to get brand new mirrors with vintage-looking frames that will add elegance to whatever area they are placed in.

7) Nissa Persian Art Gallery

Nissa Art and Antiques is conveniently located close to Dupont station. This store has a complete wood finish on the outside, giving it the appearance of a cottage house. The store interior also has a Bohemian vibe to it, with a lot of interesting home decorating goods. Their shop specializes in Persian antiquities that are in good shape or have been restored to a high standard. You can even find handmade gems that are over a century old. If you’re moving into a new place and want rugs that are incredibly smooth and brighten up your space, look no further. Nissa is known for carrying the best carpets, Persian rugs that are one-of-a-kind works of art.

6) Bernardi's Antiques

You can find Bernardi’s Antiques located in the Davisville Village area on Mt Pleasant Rd. This store specializes in English and French furniture and decor items, but it is safe to say you can find anything you possibly need for your home decorating. If you are looking for quality products, the store has a huge assortment, including potteries, art glasses, sterling flatware sets, and many more. One of our favourite items that we eagerly await is their lamps, which can sometimes date back to the nineteenth century. They are also open with pricing, allowing you to negotiate over the cost of your favourite items.

5) St. Clair Antiques

St.Clair Antiques is one of our favourite places to pick up timeless items in Scarborough. The store keeps their customers interested by constantly adding new items to their collections, so you will need to keep up with them if you don’t want to miss one-of-a-kind pieces. They offer a wide range of things that you can not only buy but also sell to them. Chandeliers, mirrors, furniture, and artworks from the mid-century, Victorian, and collectables are some of our favourites. Even if you don’t want to purchase one, you can always rent their items, so contact them directly and follow them on Instagram for more updates.

4) The Handwork Department

This store offers a lot of antique and handcrafted items that you won’t find anywhere else. This store provides in-store and delivery services and is located conveniently near Woodbine station. Their store is open from Thursday to Sunday from 12 to 5 PM. If you are looking for unique gifts, then you definitely should visit this store. Although displaying vintage items in businesses might make them seem disorganized, this store exhibits them in such a manner that everything is visible and discoverable. The Handwork Department also rents out props, so if you’re planning a film shoot and need props on a budget, stop by.

3) Green's Antiques

This family-run shop in Cabbagetown is undoubtedly one of the best places to purchase vintage lamps in Toronto. Their quality and understanding of their products are likewise unmatched. You won’t be able to stop buying your household products anywhere else once you start shopping here. Some of their collections include sculptures, religious items, antique cabinets, African animal statues, fine china, and many more precious items. They’re open all week long from 11 AM to 5 PM, so stop by and grab your favourite piece; we know you’ll find one.

2) Around The Block

This local antique store is one of our favourites for buying from a broad selection of vintage goods as well as consigning for 60% off the retail price. If you visit their shop, we know for sure you discover at least one thing that you will fall in love with. Their store is large, clean, and well-lit, making shopping fun. They provide a wide variety of artworks, furniture, jewellery, and other home decor items to choose from. We absolutely adore their teacup sets, which include distinctive designs that make you feel like royalty.

1) Cynthia Findlay Fine Jewellery & Antiques

This antique store is a 2-minute walk from St Andrew station in downtown Toronto. If you’re searching for classic design rings that are also affordable, consider their vintage engagement rings. The shop is well-organized and offers a diverse range of furniture, paintings, royal cups, Victorian teapots, vintage leathers, animal sculptures, and other items. Open by appointment from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Tuesday through Sunday, to select a one-of-a-kind artwork that will represent you and leave you satisfied with your choice.

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