Check Out Where to Antique on Long Island

At the best antique stores on Long Island, one-of-a-kind treasures are waiting to be unearthed and added to your collection

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In the Attic Too: Laurel

This rustic shop features both vintage and handcrafted furniture like desks, side tables and dressers. It specializes in reclaimed materials and architectural salvage, all at affordable prices. Another perk is their handmade soy candles made locally in Mattituck. Thing scents like Black Cherry Merlot, Seaside Breeze and Very Vanilla. Be sure to visit their sister shop near by called The Red Salvage Barn.


Syl-Lee Antiques: St. James

Syl-Lee Antiques’ friendly and helpful staff are experts on buying and selling antiques, gold, costume jewelry,  and collectibles—and they are always looking to expand their collection. Whether you're looking to unload some pieces, or you simply want to sell your unwanted jewelry or other unique items, Syl-Lee Antiques is the best place to start. From Mid-Century modern furnitrue to fine art, antiquers of all kinds will find something one-of-a-kind at this shop. 


Small Holdings Farm: Aquebogue

With items including salvaged barn wood, a collection of vintage cameras and a selection of one-of-a-kind ornate silverware, it’s hard to characterize the style at Small Holdings Farm. With such a wide selection of furniture, decorative pieces and behind, there truly is something for everyone at Small Holdings. Come by and explore all they have to offer!


Deep End of the Sandbox: Lake Ronkonkoma

Lovers of nostalgia unite! This family operated shop carries a large variety of vintage computer and video games (like Nintendo, Atari and Sega) as well as Cabbage Patch Kids, Barbie’s and G.I. Joes. You’ll also want to browse the vintage furniture, home decor and clothing and accessories. 


Somewhere in Time Antiques: Huntington

Recently relocating from Northport to Huntginton, Somewhere in Time offers customers a treasure trove of vintage, designer, retro, antique and estate jewelry, designer handbags, luxury furs, vintage hats, shoes, and accessories. The shop is also home to an impressive selection of fine china, crystal, and silver, among other curiosities like vintage chandeliers and much more. 


Good Ground Antique Center: Hampton Bays

Family run since 1966, this East End shop carries a collection of vintage furniture, tableware and appliances. With 12 dealers bringing in new merchandise daily, Good Ground is the perfect place to find your next dinnerware theme or to purchase that one-of-a-kind piece you’ve been searching for. 


Remember Yesteryears: Oakdale 

This Oakdale Flea Market features over 100 antique dealers. Antique lovers can spend an entire day browsing the many treasures such as furniture, collectibles, vintage jewelry, toys, primitives, tools, clothing and accessories, lighting, pottery and much more.


Stam Gallery: Port Washingtont

Stam Gallery is an iternationally recognized source to museums, dealers and collectors, providing better to best antiques & fine art. Owner Steve Stam has been a fixture of Long Island since 1995, buying & selling fine art and antiques in his Port Washington gallery. The gallery also purhases antique furniture, fine art and high valued pieces.


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