antiques

The Manhattan Art and Antique Center is a must visit for antique and art lovers, collectors, and interior decorators

Illum Wikkelsø for Aarhus Polstermøbelfabrik sofa, courtesy Lost City Arts

For its 25th edition, the show features eye-catching exhibitions of furniture, design, jewelry and more.

Donna Lennard opened an antique store, transitioned it into a restaurant, and now came back to her roots: Antique store once more.

On a antiques-store-laden side street, Etos stands out with its eclectic furniture and spaciously airy premises.

The Winter Antiques Show, Jan. 25-Feb. 3, never ceases to amaze. But this year, its 59th consecutive year as the mainstay of New York's winter art and antiques calendar, it outdoes itself. Could it be that, like many a 59 year old, its thoughts turned to a face-lift? The look of the show, from the cream paneled architecture of the booths to the enhanced lighting to the bright buff carpet that replaces the industrial gray of yore, has been freshened.

Though antiquing is usually associated with quiet, New England towns, one of the best places to find furniture and fine art of the past is New York City’s Antiques at the Armory.

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