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Clinton Howell Antiques

30 E. 95th St., nr. Lexington Ave., Ste. 5B; 212-517-5879; clintonhowell.com

English antiques and decorative arts approached with pomp and circumstance are available here. Gilding, crystal, mahogany, and ivory are all well-represented in elegant cabinets, frames, furniture, and an extensive collection of mirrors. $$$$

Cohen & Taliaferro

59 E. 54th St., nr. Park Ave., Ste. 62; 212-751-8135; ctraremaps.com

Dealer Richard B. Arkway gave his cartography collection to his former partners following his retirement in 2009. They have continued to operate the showroom under a new name, maintaining Arkway’s level of scholarship and commitment to discovering fine and rare maps from the 15th through 19th centuries. $$$$

Craig Van Den Brulle

192 Elizabeth St., nr. Spring St; 212-925-6760; craigvandenbrulle.com

Designs by legends like Barovier & Toso, T.H. Robsjohn-Gibbings, and Giò Ponti fill this sophisticated showroom. You might find a Tomaso Buzzi walnut desk or vintage lamps first switched on in ’30s France or ’40s Sweden. $$$$

Dalva Brothers

53 E. 77th St., nr. Madison Ave.; 212-717-6600; dalvabrothers.com

Dalva Brothers specializes in French antiques for modern-day Josephines: sumptuous and of the highest quality, including a selection of Sèvres porcelain and clocks from Louis XIV to Charles X. $$$$

David Duncan Antiques

247 E. 60th St., nr. Second Ave.; 212-688-0666; davidduncanantiques.com

Duncan has been in the trade for more than two decades, with a specialty in lighting—both contemporary and modern makers and 19th- and 20th-century examples by Bagues and Caldwell—though you’ll find many fine furnishings and objects here. $$

David Stypmann Co.

40 W. 25th St., nr. Sixth Ave., Gallery 112, lower level; 212-226-5717

Stypmann has a superlative eye for all kinds of pottery, glass, and bibelots that you won’t find anywhere else. He also specializes in converting banisters and salvaged ­wood items into lamps. $$

De Vera

1 Crosby St., at Howard St.; 26 E. 81st St., nr. Madison Ave.; 212-625-0838; deveraobjects.com

Browse a dreamy array of European and Asian antiques, contemporary pieces, and jewelry created by Federico de Vera from a combination of old and new materials. The selection is wide-ranging and includes vintage Venetian glass and 19th-century Santo figures from the Philippines. $$$$

Dear: Rivington+

37 Great Jones St., nr. Lafayette St.; 212-673-3494; dearrivington.com

Moon Rhee and Heyja Do mix high-end pieces with antique finds and retrofitted looks in both their clothing and homeware sections, which feature industrial items and whimsical knickknacks. They’ve also been building their vintage fabric archives for 20 years. $$$

Décor NYC

159 W. 25th St., nr. Seventh Ave.; 212-488-4977; decornyc.com

This store, which sells new and vintage furniture, accepts items on consignment from high-fliers who have tired of their (barely used) designer décor. It takes only upmarket pieces, unsoiled and in good condition, and offers them at reasonable prices. $$$

DeLorenzo Gallery

969 Madison Ave., nr. 76th St., Ste. 2F.; 212-249-7575; delorenzogallery.com

Haute-French design reigns here. Find exceptional Art Deco pieces by masters like Émile-Jacques Ruhlmann and Jean Dunand. $$$$

Didier Aaron

32 E. 67th St., nr. Madison Ave.; 212-988-5248; didieraaron.com

This group deals in fine art and drawings as well as furniture and objects from the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries. Aaron regularly sells to museums and cultural institutions in addition to private clients. $$$$ (consulting services)

Dienst + Dotter Antikviteter

411 Lafayette St., nr. 4th St.; 212-861-1200; dienstanddotter.com

This exquisite spot is Scandinavian in every way, from its owner to its offerings to its existential vibe. The stock is primarily 17th- to mid-20th-century antiques, plus a large collection of lighting from modern designer Poul Henningsen. $$$

Donzella

17 White St., nr. Sixth Ave.; 212-965-8919; donzella.com

A mecca of mid-century design (it’s located in Pop artist Jim Dine’s old studio), Donzella is packed with furniture, lighting, and an array of objects that range from Giò Ponti tiles to four-legged high chairs by George Nakashima. $$$$

Dovecote

56 Post Rd. E., nr. Church Ln., Westport, Conn.; 203-222-7500; dovecote-westport.com

Dovecote is a chic source for stylish antiques that are never fussy and always fun. There are pieces for every last corner of the home, from chandeliers and rugs to a stylish vase for the credenza. $$$

Doyle New York

175 E. 87th St., nr. Third Ave.; 212-427-2730; doylenewyork.com

This auction house is all about the client, offering everything from the usual estate and appraisal services to online personal shopping. Its specialities are jewelry and fine art, as well as celebrity estates. $$$–$$$$ (by appointment only / consulting services)

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