San Francisco January 15, 2017
You Can Find Amazing Antiques At These 11 Places in San Francisco
If you’re looking to find treasures and rare antiquities in San Francisco then read on. You will be amazed at the variety of selection in our city. Vintage shopping should not be hard to find in the city, but sometimes finding the best places to shop for antiques can be cumbersome. You never know what’ll you’ll find in these places, perhaps a hidden treasure? Come and explore these 11 amazing antique stores in San Francisco. Please note that all of these stores are in San Francisco except #11. Happy shopping!
1. Big Daddy's Antiques: 1550 17th Street
A wonderful place to wander through and spend a weekend afternoon. Big Daddy's Antiques features leather couches and chairs, and even holds weddings and events at their space.
2. Gaslight & Shadows Antiques: 2335 Clement Street
Established in 1976, this classic SF store specializes in vintage Bakelite jewelry, collectibles, souvenirs, and more. This store is renowned and has been attracting people from all over the country and world.
3. Schein & Schein: 1435 Grant Avenue
This is a North Beach shop with a lot of character, and that is saying a lot in this neighborhood. Schien & Schein specializes and showcases maps, history, and travel accessories from around the world.
4. Carousel Consignment: 2391 Mission Street
An antique shop that won't bankrupt you. Carousel is a charming little antique shop. with a lot of special knick knacks and furniture for your home.
5. Cole Valley Antiques: 854 Stanyan Street
Cole Valley Antiques specializes in antique jewelry, hats, accessories, decor, books, smalls, and other classic to eclectic treasures. A cool spot to wander in Cole Valley.
6. Stuff: 150 Valencia Street
Stuff features mainly furniture especially a Danish-modern collection. This place also sells everything from plates to vinyl records. Lastly, every third Sunday of the month they have a flea market.
7. Accident & Artifact: 381 Valencia Street
This store is full of little odd artifacts, interesting jewelry, and just all things of a strange nature. Accident & Artifact is almost like a curated antique shop.
8. Mixed Nuts: 3243 Balboa Street
Plenty of antiques and random oddities in this spot in Outer Richmond. Mixed Nuts delights customers with cool knick-knacks, decorations, and furniture.
9. Curiosities: 207 W Portal Avenue
Venture to West Portal and check out Curiosities. This shop is a mixture of antique, and vintage items featuring an original blend of decorative accessories and jewelry.
10. Loved To Death: 1681 Haight Street
An antique store with mystique and a dark side. Loved to Death is a boutique store in Haight and Ashbury filled with taxidermy and odd stuff like teeth to secret society jewelry to feathers and more.
11. Alameda Point Antiques Flea Market: Alameda Naval Air Station, 2900 Navy Way, Alameda
This little spot has a little bit of everything. You'll especially love perusing the items in an outdoor setting.
Have you been to any of these shops? Let us know. Also, if we missed a great antique shop then share your experiences. We previously featured a great place for antiques called
Alameda Point Antiques Flea Market. Check it out!