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Didier Aaron

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

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. Astor Pl.; 212-861-1200;

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.$$$


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

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. $$$$


306 E. 61st St., nr. Second Ave., second fl.; 212-625-8066;

A well-edited shop, Duane sells an interesting mix of mid-century European and American furniture and objects as well as its own custom line of contemporary furniture. You might find a pair of American tufted slipper chairs made by Duane Modern or etched, egg-shaped ceramic lamps by Upsala Ekeby (circa 1960). $$$-$$$$

Eileen Lane Antiques

236 E. 60th St., nr. Second Ave.; 212-475-2988;

A staple since the ’70s, this showroom moved uptown two years ago. It specializes in antique Swedish furniture and alabaster lighting fixtures. There are armoires, sideboards, and armchairs crafted from luminous blond birch with black details, plus polished chandeliers hanging from silk rope. $$$

Elizabeth Street Gallery

209 Elizabeth St., nr. Prince St.; 212-941-4800;

Come here for an atmospheric mash-up of architectural and antique objects, including second-century Greek and Roman carved-stone vessels, 16th- to 19th-century architectural elements and statuary, and 20th-century folk art and curiosities. $$$$

Elle W Collection

864 Lexington Ave., nr. 65th St.; 212-472-0191;

Veteran dealer Lorraine Wohl prowls estate sales and European markets to stock her eclectic antiques lair with jewelry and French mirrored furniture from the ’20s through the ’40s. $$$$


67 E. 11th St., nr. Broadway; 212-673-3056;

Founded by interior designers Alberto Villalobos and Mercedes Desio, this store focuses on international antiques, accessories, and furniture from the owners’ native countries (Colombia and Italy), as well as France and the Americas. Larger pieces, such as living­room furniture, are available upon request. $$$-$$$$ (consulting services)

Evergreen Antiques

200 Lexington Ave., nr. 33rd St., tenth fl.; 212-744-5664;

Since 1982, this store has purveyed antiques from the Nordic countries, Russia, Northern Europe, and the Baltics. Today, the stock is predominantly Scandinavian pieces from the early 20th century. $$$

Fears and Kahn

This virtual vintage shop specializes in the kind of sleek kitsch and weird luxury found in a wealthy neighbor’s retro-inspired living room. Furniture comes in wild colors (think coral and orange) and chrome plating; décor items have included a ’70s ceramic tiger from Italy. $$$-$$$$


810 Broadway, nr 11th St., Ste. 5A; 212-228-2665;

Fig combines sophisticated furnishings with unexpected decorative objects, mirrors, and photographs. Most of the stock is culled from French, English, and Italian fairs and auctions as well as continental estate sales. Fig additionally offers interior-design services. $$$ (consulting services / by appointment only)

Film Biz Recycling

540 President St., nr. Fourth Ave., Gowanus; 347-384-2336;

A film-industry vet opened this 11,000-square-foot warehouse to sell furniture and oddities donated from wrapped TV shows, movies, and other productions. Prices are shockingly low, given the number of gems in the mix. $-$$ (ecofriendly)


88 Grand St., nr. Green St.; 212-274-1750;

Flair has vintage, antique, and contemporary furniture from the United States and Europe that dates from the the first half of the 20th century. In contrast, the Flair Home collection offers modern accessories such as throw blankets and vases. $$$-$$$$

Florian Papp

962 Madison Ave., nr. 75th St.; 212-288-6770;

The store considers 1,000 antiques per week but only buys one or two, such is its commitment to finding high-quality, extraordinary pieces. It offers everything from paintings and objets d’art to chandeliers and chests from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. $$$$

Fork & Pencil

221 Court St., nr. Warren St., Cobble Hill; 718-488-8855;

The warm, old-fashioned atmosphere here is more Cape Cod than Cobble Hill, and all profits are donated to charity. The stock is a pleasant mix of high-end and affordable finds, from housewarming gifts to investment antiques. A back alcove is packed with children’s books and educational games. $$ (ecofriendly)

Frank Rogin


Make an appointment at this Chelsea shop to browse European 20th-century furniture from the designers who defined that time and place. Rogin has also started crafting reproductions of pieces by designers like René Gabriel. $$$ (by appointment only / made in N.Y.)


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