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Gerald Bland

232 E. 59th St., nr. Second Ave., sixth fl.; 212-987-8505; geraldblandinc.com

Although it began primarily as a source for 18th-century antiques, the store’s collection has evolved to include late-17th to 21st-century pieces, all assembled with a contemporary sensibility. There are also one-of-a-kind designs made by melding antiques with new items. $$$-$$$$ (consulting services)

Greene Street Antiques

210 E. 60th St., nr. Third Ave. 212-274-1076

Check out investment-quality finds from the Biedermeier, Art Deco, and Jugendstil movements in European furniture design, from the early-19th century to the middle of the 20th. Restoration, upholstery, and custom services are also available. $$$-$$$$

Guéridon

109 S. 5th St., nr. Bedford Ave., Ste. 503, Williamsburg; 718-384-2499; gueridon.com

With a warehouse in Brooklyn, a booth at the New York Design Center, and an online gallery, this dealer provides any number of ways to buy its mid-20th-century European antiques. $$$ (by appointment only)

Hadley Antiques

1026 Lexington Ave., nr. 73rd St.; 212-535-7002

Come here for English and French wares from the first half of the 20th century, including Art Deco English barware from the ’20s to the ’50s, intricately crafted Victorian brass desk accessories, and figurative mantel accessories. $$$

The Highboy

thehighboy.com

This online antiques and fine-art emporium sells intriguing objects from the industry’s most trusted dealers. Browse by style (Art Deco, Country French) or search for a specific piece. The site carries everything from early-20th-century Spanish farm tables to white ironstone sauce tureens. $$$

Horseman Antiques

351 Atlantic Ave., at Hoyt St., Boerum Hill; 718-596-1048; horsemanantiques.net

Beware of falling objects at this jam-packed emporium. Horseman’s five floors hold tons of mid-century and antique furniture, lighting, and decorative objects, plus one of the largest stained-glass collections on the East Coast. $$$

Hostler Burrows

51 E. 10th St., nr. Broadway; 212-343-0471; hostlerburrows.com

This massive gallery is filled with 20th-century Scandinavian furniture and ceramics. Highlights include Josef Frank furnishings, vases by Berndt Friberg, and chairs by Finn Juhl. $$$-$$$$

Hyde Park Antiques

836 Broadway, nr. 13th St.; 212-477-0033; hydeparkantiques.com

Stately English case pieces, dining chairs, and gilded mirrors from the Georgian and Regency periods are on display here, as well as complementary accessories from England and China. Into antique tea caddies? There’s quite a selection to be had. $$$$

Interior Design Building

306 E. 61st St., nr. Second Ave.; theinteriordesignbuilding.com

This 110-year-old structure is home to numerous dealers in antiques, art, and lighting. Its seven floors hold spaces dedicated to vendors including Liz O’Brien, Lee Calicchio, and many more. $$$-$$$$

Jonathan Burden

180 Duane St., nr. Hudson St.; 212-941-8247; jonathanburden.com

This well-edited showroom of antiques and curiosities is gallerylike in its reverence for form and craftsmanship. Works come from all periods and genres, including contemporary pieces designed by the owner. $$$-$$$$

Karl Kemp Antiques

34-36 E. 10th St., nr. Broadway; 200 Lexington Ave., nr. 33rd St., tenth fl.; 212-254-1877; karlkemp.com

Kemp’s mother was an avid collector, and her legacy and taste still guide his selection of neoclassical and Biedermeier pieces from the early through the late-19th century. $$$$

Keno Auctions

127 E. 69th St., nr. Lexington Ave.; 212-734-2381; kenoauctions.com

One of the city’s newer auction houses (founded 2009), Keno has a particular focus on items from the 17th to the 20th centuries. Appointments are recommended. $$$$

L’Antiquaire & the Connoisseur

36 E. 73rd St., nr. Madison Ave.; 212-517-9176; lantiquaire.us

The Connoisseur gallery was founded in 1935 by Countess Ruth Costantino, the first female fine-art dealer in America, who furnished homes for families like the Vanderbilts, Rockefellers, and Kennedys. It merged with L’Antiquaire in 1982 and is now one of the city’s finest purveyors of European decorative arts and antiques. $$$$

Las Venus

113 Stanton St., nr. Ludlow St.; 212-358-8000; lasvenus.com

In this hodgepodge of ’60s, and ’70s mod furniture and lighting, determined hunters will also come across custom design and classic upholstery. $$$-$$$$

Lee Calicchio, Ltd.

306 E. 61st St., nr. Second Ave, second fl. in the Interior Design Building; 212-588-0841; leecalicchioltd.com

This showroom offers an ever-changing array of furniture, lighting, and objets d’art from the past 300 years. Recent finds include a 20th-century Olivetti desk and a 19th-century rosewood center table from France. $$$

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