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Thomas Gallery LTD

315 E. 91st St., nr. Second Ave.; 212-688-6100;

European (mostly French and Italian) chairs, end tables, and chandeliers from the ’20s through the ’60s fill the tiny space at Thomas Gallery. Look for unusual pieces like an Italian gueridon or a pair of Spanish painted-wood consoles. $$$-$$$$ (by appointment only)

Todd Alexander Romano

232 E. 59th St., nr. Second Ave., fourth fl. in the Fine Arts Building; 212-421-7722;

The Romano aesthetic is both modern and classic. Within the wide selection of antiques, furnishings, and artwork, there’s also a custom collection of wool dhurries by Langham and Fine and exclusive fabrics from Bob Collins. $$$–$$$$ (consulting services)

Todd Merrill Studio

65 Bleecker St., nr. Crosby St.; 212-673-0531;

Rare sculptural vintage pieces from the ’20s through the aughts are the highlights at Todd Merrill. The store is known for its collection of large-scale Italian glass lighting fixtures and an array of furniture from mid-century American masters of the decorative arts, including James Mont, Karl Springer, and Paul Evans. $$$$ (consulting services)

Two Jakes

320 Wythe Ave., at S. 1st St., Williamsburg; 718-782-7780;

For something vintage, industrial, or state-of-the-art, come to this crammed warehouse. Used file cabinets share space with freshly minted home furnishings, including Emeco-brushed aluminum bar stools and Blu Dot couches. $$-$$$

Urban Vintage

294 Grand Ave., nr. Lafayette Ave., Clinton Hill; 718-783-6045;

This boutique-café offers vintage glassware and furniture along with organic sandwiches and locally roasted coffee. $-$$


227 E. 60th St., nr. Third Ave.; 212-588-9436;

This Upper East Side home-furnishings and interiors store specializes in vintage mirrored furniture and Murano glass. Recent items have included a pair of three-drawer mirrored ’40s nightstands and a Paavo Tynell ’70s light fixture. $$$-$$$$


This high-end consignment service for buying and selling will visit your home; appraise, move, and store your furniture; and offer you a 50 percent cut of each sale. The focus is on gently used modern pieces, like Eileen Gray–style side tables, but there’s a bit of everything in the mix. $$-$$$

White Trash

304 E. 5th St., nr. Second Ave.; 212-598-5956;

Vintage goods at appealing prices with a high turnover of items as varied as a ’70s Paul Evans metal-clad console and an Adrian Pearsall carved-walnut amorphic table. $$-$$$


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