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The Best Antique Stores in Toronto

The best antique stores in Toronto are hotspots for salvaged Art Deco light fixtures, rare mid-century stools and plates of Royal Doulton china. Antique magpies will love sifting through these treasure troves of nostalgic wares—you just might have to clean off a layer of two of dust to find your perfect piece

Here are the best antique stores in Toronto.


1698 Queen Antiques
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1698 Queen Antiques

Don’t be misled by its name: this spacious antique store is actually located at 1702 Queen St. West. This store carries a big selection of 1960s teak furniture, plus their basement is chock full of curiosities like old cigar boxes and rotary telephones.

Cynthia Findlay Antiques
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Cynthia Findlay Antiques

There’s tons to see at this King West store, but if you’re looking for jewellery, this is the place to go. Even better if you’re scouring for an engagement ring: you won’t find a better place to purchase a unique ring for that special someone.


Green's Antiques
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Green's Antiques

A longtime purveyor of antiques in Cabbagetown, Green’s is known for its broad collection of furniture, Persian rugs, and lighting fixtures. They’ll also repair any old heirlooms you hold near and dear to your heart.

The Art of Demolition
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The Art of Demolition

Retro, reclaimed finds are the best part of this friendly Junction shop. There’s a huge variety of stuff to explore here, from aluminum serving carts from the 40s to cool knick knacks like brass bells.


Passion For The Past
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Passion For The Past

Gold cabinet plates, jewellery, and all assortment of glassware is for sale at this Parkdale shop. There’s also plenty of vintage lighting, if you need to spruce up your place with a decadent Angelica Kauffman-style table lamp.


Bernardi's Antiques
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Bernardi's Antiques

English and French furniture is the speciality at this Mount Pleasant antique shop. You’ll also find an assortment of other knick knacks and rare curiosities scattered across the store’s two floors.

Of Things Past
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Of Things Past

Hit up this showroom on Bridgeland Ave. for a collection of consigned furniture, which takes parts of the profits for each sale and gives the rest to the consigner. Murano glass bowls, crystal light fixtures—they have it all.


Ransack the Universe
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Ransack the Universe

There’s a lot of clothes at this Bloordale Village store, but head downstairs for tons of other cool times like old school skates and cufflinks, plus furniture essentials like little working desks and bedside tables.

Alexandre Antique Prints Maps and Books
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Alexandre Antique Prints Maps and Books

Lovers of old maps will swoon over this Mount Pleasant store, which sells old charts and wall maps from all over the world. There’s some items dating as far back as the 15th century, though items as ‘new’ as the 19th century co-exist here as well.

Lead photo by

Tanya Mok

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