New Orleans October 26, 2018
The Ultimate Guide To Antiquing In New Orleans Is Here And You’ll Love Every Stop Along The Route
New Orleans is peppered with countless antique shops throughout the city, so why not make a day of it to explore them all? From Royal Street to Magazine, we’ve got the ultimate guide to antiquing around New Orleans, and you’re going to love every stop along the route.
1. James H. Cohen & Sons
For history buffs, there’s no better place than James H. Cohen & Sons. Founded in 1898, James H. Cohen & Sons is the largest coin store in the city and one of the oldest family-owned business in the country. Whether you’re a collector or just an admirer, you’ll be amazed at the collections here. 437 Royal St., New Orleans, Louisiana 70130.
2. Keil’s Antiques
Royal Street is home to a number of fabulous antique shops, and Keil’s Antiques may just be the crown jewel of them all. Established in 1899, Keil’s is still a family owned and operated business over a century later. Specializing in 18th and 19th century furnishings and jewelry, this is a must-stop shop for anyone interested in antiques. 325 Royal St., New Orleans, LA 70130.
3. M.S. Rau Antiques
Just a few blocks away from Keil’s, you’ll find M.S. Rau Antiques. They’ve been selling high-end antiques and framed art since 1912, and you’ll have a hard time leaving empty handed at this fabulous antique shop. 630 Royal St., New Orleans, LA 70130.
4. Mac Maison
Run by Michael and Basi Carbine who have more than 20 years of antiquing experience, you’re sure to find something you’ll love here. From chandeliers to sconces, their inventory is almost entirely European antiques, and it’s simply breathtaking. 3963 Magazine St., New Orleans, Louisiana 70115.
5. Magazine Antique Mall
Magazine Antique Mall is a collection of antique vendors sprawled out over a whopping 6,500 square foot space. You’ll see just about everything, from glassware to vintage antiques, there truly is something for everyone here. 3017 Magazine St., New Orleans, Louisiana 70115.
6. Moss Antiques
Moss Antiques has been around since 1963, selling some of the most exquisite antiques around. This is the best place for hard to find antique jewelry and furniture, so be sure to pop in and see what catches your eye. 411 Royal St., New Orleans, Louisiana 70130.
7. Wirthmore Antiques
Specializing in Country French, Italian, and Swedish Antiques, Wirthmore is an absolute must on your epic antique adventure. 3727 Magazine St., New Orleans, Louisiana 70115.
8. Royal Antiques
Royal Antiques has been around since 1899, and also owned and operated by the Keil family. Featuring dazzling antiques from England, France, mid-century modern pieces and also incredible Chinese Antiques, you’ll be amazed at the selections here. 309 Royal St., New Orleans, LA 70130.
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