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The Antiques Garage

112 W. 25th St., nr. Sixth Ave.; 212-243-5343; hellskitchenfleamarket.com

Each vendor at this two-floor market possesses a discerning collector’s eye. You find everything from vintage fashion and jewelry to knickknacks, tchotchkes, and general bric-a-brac. Some furniture items, fabrics, and rugs are also for sale. $$-$$$

Artists & Fleas

70 N. 7th St., nr. Kent Ave., Williamsburg; artistsandfleas.com

This flea market has been a testing ground for at least half a dozen now-independent retail enterprises, including Mast Brothers chocolate and Erica Weiner Jewelry. $-$$ (made in N.Y.)

Brooklyn Flea

Various locations; brooklynflea.com

The popular market draws more than 100 vendors of new and used goods every weekend of the year. Participating businesses include Windsor Place Antiques and Birdhouse Jewelry. $$

Eclectic Collectibles & Antiques

285 Metropolitan Ave., nr. Roebling St., Williamsburg; 646-657-8122

This antiques marketplace in the heart of Williamsburg is a treasure trove of reasonably priced vintage knickknacks like gilded mirrors, stained-glass table lamps, and reupholstered club chairs. $$-$$$ (made in N.Y.)

Greenflea

Columbus Ave., at 77th St.; 212-239-3025; greenfleamarkets.com

Find old maps, ethnic crafts, and a large selection of antique furniture at this indoor-outdoor emporium. $$-$$$ (made in N.Y.)

Hell's Kitchen Flea Market

W. 39th St., nr. Ninth Ave.; 212-243-5343; hellskitchenfleamarket.com

Running every weekend between Ninth and Tenth Avenues on 39th Street, this flea market is a nice mix of antiques sellers, vintage-housewares hawkers, local-produce stands, and street-food vendors, all improbably situated near Port Authority’s bus ramps. $$

Hester Street Fair

Hester St. at Essex St.; 917-267-9496; hesterstreetfair.com

Although the small space makes furniture a rare find at this Saturday-only seasonal market, the accessories selection is outstanding. Most, if not all, of the items from vendors like American Collectibles and Hazel Village Toys are vintage, handmade, and ethically sourced. $-$$ (made in N.Y.)

Malcolm Shabazz Harlem Market

52 W. 116th St., nr. Malcolm X Blvd.; 212-987-8131

This vibrant Harlem market is full of fabulous traditional African crafts and textiles. Standouts include the large selection of carved wooden figurines and the handmade African-style clothes for men, women, and children. $

P.S. 321/Park Slope Flea Market

Seventh Ave., at 1st St., Park Slope; 646-335-3301; brooklynflea.com/markets/park-slope-p-s-321/

This weekend-only neighborhood market offers a wide selection of shabby-chic furniture, clothing, and kitsch. It’s a great place to look for mid-century home furnishings, from $10 to $1,000. Be ready to bargain hard. $-$$

West 25th Street Flea Market

W. 25th St. nr. Broadway; 212-243-5343; hellskitchenfleamarket.com

A hybrid of the Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market and the Antiques Garage, this scrappy outdoor emporium focuses on antique novelties from the 20th century. Prepare to sift, dig, and fight for your finds. $-$$$

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