Best Antiques in Boston

2014 Best Antiques

Skinner

Collectors know that the best way to score something both reasonably priced and unusual is to skip the boutiques and go a-paddling at Skinner. The company’s many themed auctions (Persian…Read More

2013 Best Antiques

America Dural

Cambridge

Among Cantabrigians’ best-kept secrets is America Dural, hidden on a quiet street in Observatory Hill. An unfussy storefront conceals treasures from every period: midcentury Bertoia chrome chairs, ornate Georgian mahogany…Read More

2012 Best Antiques

Danish Country Antiques

Boston

The Swedish and Danish pieces at this Beacon Hill shop tend to be smaller, lighter, and more modern in spirit than much of the 19th-century stuff you find elsewhere. And…Read More

2011 Best Antiques

Machine Age

Boston

Okay, so 20th-century goods aren’t exactly antique. But if you’re simply seeking exquisite items with a storied past, you’ll find them at South Boston’s Machine Age, a 9,000-square-foot warehouselike store…Read More

2003 Best Antiques

JMW Gallery

Boston

People who are stuck on Stickley already know about JMW, a gallery filled with Mission furniture, art pottery, and accessories of the American arts and crafts movement. A century ago,…Read More

2002 Best Antiques

A Room with a Vieux Antiques

Brookline

Proprietor Jeff Diamond is an unabashed Francophile who even acquired his sheep dog, Aramis, in the Pyrenees. Although a few provincial antiques find their way into the five or six…Read More

2001 Best Antiques

Belle Maison

Newton

You can thank the Tager family’s sharp eyes and dead-on sense of balance for many of Boston’s most beautiful homes. Principal Sheldon Tager brings to his two New England antique…Read More

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