Antique Dealers in Natchez, MS
Comprehensive list of Natchez, Mississippi based collectible & antique dealers, shops and stores.
Lower Lodge Antiques of Natchez, Mississippi specializes in fine furniture and decorative arts of the Georgian, Federal, Empire and early Victorian eras circa 1740 - 1865. We have a nice range of 18th and 19th century English and German porcelain and pottery specializing in Staffordshire, majolica, and 1st period Worcester.
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Cane Ridge Antiques & Restoration. specializes in the restoration of authentic antique furniture whether it be structural, cosmetic, refurbishing, or even major assembly! The Splinter Shop is housed within Cane Ridge, an old Woodman of the World building located in the rural town of Utica, MS between Jackson and Vicksburg.
At Antique Shops of Jackson, you can shop among the high ceilings, skylights, old beams, and sunny windows. We have 8000 square feet of wonderful antiques, paintings, lamps, linens, garden and home accessories. We encourage you to assist save the planet and Go Green by shopping for antique and vintage pieces for your home.
Join us at ANTIQUE GALLERIA, where 30,000 sq. ft., and over 90 vendors provide a huge assortment of antique furniture, photography, fine art, crystal, porcelain, presents and home accessories. Look in on our newest addition, CHILDREN'S GALLERIA AND MOMMY, TOO. Tour buses and RV's are always welcome.
Please Note: The store will be CLOSED from Sunday, September 13, and will REOPEN on Wednesday, September 23. We are honored and humbled to have been chosen on April 14, 2009, by the Waveland Community Coalition as Waveland's Business of the Year! Stop by for a visit while on the Coast!
It was completely destroyed by Hurricane Katrina on August 29, 2005. Owner, Kathy Pinn and Ron, her retired husband CMO, Chief Maintenance Officer can hardly wait to greet visitors again. The shop provides clients diverse gift items, antiques, jewelry, cards, newly loved furniture, baby and children items, garden and home decor and, of course, kites, whirly-doos and other windthings.
Antique Masion is run and run by Ed and Sylvia Young, natives of New Orleans. Ed grew up in the furniture and antique business in New Orleans, learning from his father who began an antique business in 1932. For 45 years Ed has been buying, selling, and appraising antiques; while Sylvia was a Real Estate Broker.