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Circa Antiques Limited

374 Atlantic Ave., nr. Bond St., Boerum Hill; 718-596-1866; circaantiquesltd.com

Find elegant 19th-century American furniture plus period lighting and accessories at this quaint, crowded shop. Among the jumbled furnishings: Victorian tables and armoires, cut-glass crystal decanters, and an intriguing selection of pedestals and plant stands. $$$$

CITE

32 Greene St., nr. Grand St.; 212-431-7272; citenyc.com

The distinctive contemporary furniture in this shop includes Italian Cecchini custom pieces and exclusive collections from Maruni, Palau, Kontextür, and many more. Stolt Design’s transparent Kubikoff diamond chair provides a refreshing alternative to the ubiquitous Ghost chairs you see around town. $$$$

City Foundry

365 Atlantic Ave., nr. Hoyt St., Boerum Hill; 718-923-1786; cityfoundry.com

In this crowded, impeccably curated shop, the front room has industrial antiques; the backroom, mid-century-modern furniture; the middle, a mélange of smaller goods; and the backyard, garden items, and vintage metal pieces. $$$

Clary & Co. Antiques

139 Franklin St., nr. Varick St., sixth fl.: 212-229-1773; claryantiques.com

Come here to score conversation pieces like Moorcroft pottery and an 1840 Louis XVI settee. Glitz alert: This store has vintage costume and estate jewelry from the likes of Elsa Schiaparelli and Tiffany & Co. $$$$ (by appointment only/consulting services)

Clinton Howell Antiques

150 E. 72nd St., nr. Lexington Ave.; 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, decorative-arts pieces, and an extensive collection of mirrors. $$$$

Cohen & Taliaferro

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

Famed 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 to the 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 Marie Antoinettes: sumptuous and of the highest quality, including a selection of Sèvres porcelain and clocks from Louis XIV to Charles X. $$$$

David Stypmann Co.

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

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.; 212-625-838; 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

95 Rivington St., nr. Orchard 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 to consumers at reasonable prices. At one point, a cherrywood Eames lounge-chair-and-ottoman set was going for $2,800. $$$

Delorenzo Gallery

956 Madison Ave., nr. 75th St.; 212-249-7575; delorenzogallery.com

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

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