There’s one thing for sure about Virginia, and that is there’s an abundance of antique dealers scattered throughout the Commonwealth. From the Blue Ridge Mountains to the Atlantic coast, Virginia has a treasure trove of shops and malls to peruse through. From exceptional antique dealers that specialize in fine American, British and Continental furniture and decorative arts from the 17th, 18th and 19th and early 20th centuries, to the weekend markets that offer used furnishings and brick-a-brac at a flea price. So, whatever you are hunting for, you are most likely going to find it in one of Virginia’s many antiquing haunts
In this blog, we will focus on antique shops located around coastal Tidewater, Virginia (also known as Hampton Roads). This incorporates the cities of Norfolk, Portsmouth, Chesapeake, Suffolk, Virginia Beach, Hampton & Newport News and its surrounding areas. These are the shops that specialize in true authentic antique items that may include furniture, silver, porcelains, lighting art and decorative arts.
Antique Shops of Coastal Virginia
10527 Jefferson Avenue, Newport News, Va
Specializes in 18th Century Furniture & Accessories.
By chance or by appointment
1607 Colley, Avenue, Norfolk, VA (757) 625-1211
Located in the heart of Ghent on Colley Avenue, Le Marché offers Fine French Antiques and Furnishings. European bed and table linens, fine china, crystal, sterling flatware, iron beds, cribs, armouries, tables, chairs and lounges. Our offering to the Hampton Roads area is an incomparable selection ranging from 18th through 20th century furnishings and gifts from country to formal, in a full range of styles and periods up to and including Art Nouveau, Art Deco and Art Moderne.
Open Monday-Saturday 10 am – 6 pm
|Le Marche located in Ghent on Colley Avenue in Norfolk Virginia offers|
fine French Antiques and furnishings as well as European accessories.
Michael Millard-Lowe Antiques
242 W 21st St, Norfolk, VA (757) 776-9046
Michael Millard-Lowe Antiques is a nationally known provider of fine antiques. Their mission statement is " to provide quality antique and vintage furniture and accessories at a competitive price to interior designers and the public in a super friendly customer service orientated atmosphere."
Open Monday- Saturday 10 am – 5 pm Sunday 12 pm – 5 pm
227 West York Street, Norfolk, VA.
Specialize in buying and selling late 18th and early 19th Century American and English furniture. We have a complete restoration and repair service.
Open Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Skipjack Nautical Wares & Marine Art Gallery
Devonshire Square, 620 High Street, Portsmouth, VA (757) 399-5012
Virginia’s premier maritime antique store and marine art gallery. Offering a large selection of authentic maritime antiques, ship models, marine instruments including clocks & barometers, telescopes, spyglasses, sextants, octants, compasses, lamps and lighting, ships wheels, boat and yachting salvage and collectibles, bells, US Navy, US Coast Guard and other military items. Skipjack also offers a collection of maritime paintings, prints, bronze sculptures as well as sailor-made and folk carvings and other marine art forms. If you are searching for nautical items, this is the place to find it.
Open Tuesday-Saturday 10 am- 5 pm. Closed Sunday and Monday or by chance or appointment.
|Skipjack Nautical Wares & Marine Art Gallery located in |
Olde Towne Portsmouth, VA specializes in
maritime antiques, marine art and nautical furnishings.
The Antique Design Center
833 W 21st St, Norfolk, VA
Specializing in fine quality antiques, antique and vintage chandelier’s. Their 8000 square ft. showroom features 18th, 19th, and 20th century American and Continental banquet tables, sets of chairs, beautiful antique accessories, and period art.
|Sterling silver coffee service on tray from Way Back Yonder Antiques|
in Olde Towne Portsmouth, Virginia.
Way Back Yonder Antiques
Devonshire Square, 462 Washington Street, Portsmouth, VA
Is a general line antique store with an emphasis on quality. The inventory includes items from antiquity to the 20th century, furniture, accessories, lighting, glassware, pottery, porcelains, ceramics, metal and wooden wares, estate silver of both sterling and plate, estate and costume jewelry, coins, collectibles, and other curiosities.
Open Monday-Saturday: 10 am – 6 pm Sunday: 12 pm – 6 pm