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Susquehanna Antiques: 3216 O St NW: Washington, DC
Founded in 1913, this antique store features a wide selection of American, British and European antiques and fine art as well as cast iron garden ornaments and decorations. In addition, Susquehanna Antiques provides antique furniture repair and restoration.
Cherub Antiques Gallery: 2918 M St, NW: Washington, DC
Established in 1974, Cherub Antiques Gallery specializes in fine Art Nouveau, Art Deco and Arts & Crafts antiques, with a great selection of artwork. In addition, Cherub Antiques Gallery has been recognized by Washingtonian Magazine for their extensive collection of vintage collectible barware.
Miller & Arney Antiques: 1737 Wisconsin Ave, NW: Washington, DC
Miller & Arney Antiques was founded in 1973 and has an extensive collection of 18th and 19th Century, European, American and British antiques and home furnishings. In addition, Miller & Arney Antiques has a wide inventory of statuary and garden items for all decorating needs.
Justine Mehlman Antiques: 2824 Pennsylvania Ave, NW: Washington, DC
Established in Georgetown since 1983, Justine Mehlman Antiques has a wide range inventory of period antique furniture as well as Art Deco and Art Nouveau jewelry and accessories. Additionally, Justine Mehlman Antiques has lectured at the Smithsonian Institute on antique & collectible jewelry.
Darrell Dean Antiques & Decorative Arts: 1524 Wisconsin Ave, NW: Washington, DC
Darrell Dean Antiques & Decorative Arts specializes quirky items including lamps, unique artwork and garden items. Darrell Dean’s collection also includes stylish mirrors, period furniture and unique vintage collectibles for all your designing needs.
Cote Jardin Antiques: 3218 O St, NW: Washington, DC
Specializing in Continental and French antique furniture and decorations, Cote Jardin Antiques focuses on Louis XV, Louis XIV and later periods. Cote Jardin has a wide selection of both natural wood antiques as well as painted furniture and decorative art pieces.
Capital Antiques & Fine Art: 5122 MacArthur Blvd, NW: Washington, DC
Located in the Georgetown area, Capital Antiques & Fine Art specializes in a wide range of 18th – 20th Century period antiques, fine art and sculptures as well as lamps and lighting, mirrors, frames and decorative accessories.
Finials Antiques: 3813 Livingston St, NW: Washington, DC
Established in 1999, Finials Antiques has a good inventory of 19th and 10th Century American and European antique furniture and accessories. In addition, Finials Antiques carries a large selection of garden statuary and antique jewelry.
The Old Print Gallery: 1220 31st St, NW: Washington, DC
Established in Georgetown in 1971, The Old Print Gallery specializes in 19th Century and earlier prints and maps. The Old Print Shop does not sell modern reproductions, instead focusing on original one of a kind antique maps and vintage collectible prints.
Also known as the “oldest pottery in America,” the Harker Pottery Company was incorporated in East Liverpool, Ohio, in 1890, but was later moved by the Harker family to Chester, West Virginia. It made pottery teapots and other kitchenware from the 1840’s until the mid-1970s. The company first produced yellow ware and copied Rockingham ware from Rockingham England. In its late years, Harker Pottery produced stoneware and crockpot liners.