Antique Dealers in Metairie, LA
Comprehensive list of Metairie, Louisiana based collectible & antique dealers, shops and stores.
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Kevin Stone Antiques. has been in business in New Orleans for thirteen years and is the culmination of 57 years combined knowledge in the Antiques Business of owners Kevin Stone and Mark Diamond. Our inventory is purchased all over the world. We make four to six trips abroad each year visiting all the sources developed through the years to find the highest quality antiques at the highest possible prices.
Owned and run by Terry Onebane, Antiques & Wholesale Furnishings was one of the 1st firms to be organized in the New Orleans area after Hurricane Katrina devastated the area. We wanted to be a part of the rebirth and revitalization of this great city and put our expertise into a business that we knew well.
We're the finest kept secret in New Orleans with the biggest range of hard-to-find vintage items. We carry everything from rare books to coins and antique toys.
New Orleans is known all over the world as a vibrant and rich antiques market. Harris Antiques, right in the centre of the French Quarter of New Orleans, is one of the reasons why New Orleans Antiques are so popular. Inside our pretty gallery are four floors of eighteenth and nineteenth century fine Europeon antique furniture, paintings, and objets d'art.
P assages Antiques was opened for business in the fall of 1997. The Shop is situated on famous Magazine Street in New Orleans, Louisiana; and it houses casual to elegant eighteenth, nineteenth, & twentieth Century European Treasures. The highlight of this unique shop is its huge range of Antique Majolica Oyster Plates, Asparagus Plates, Palissy ware, and other Majolica pieces, all artfully displayed
Family owned & operated, The Bank Architectural Antiques provides over 48,000 square feet of pretty antique finished and unfinished goods. Owner Mike Wilkerson collects these unfinished treasures from all over the US; they are then brought back to New Orleans and restored by a staff of master craftsmen.
A individual letter of appreciation and heartfelt thanks, from our family to yours as we move forward, open our doors and begin to aid rebuild our historical city after the devastation of hurricane Katrina and Rita.
- A production of the finest to be found anywhere. Tremendous courtesy.