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Sundial NYC

1050 Second Ave., nr. 56th St., Gallery 54, in the Manhattan Art & Antiques Center; 212-593-2323;

Indulge your inner explorer by raiding this trove of antique clocks and timepieces from England, France, Germany, and Switzerland. $$$$

Sustainable NYC

139 Ave. A, nr. 9th St.; 212-254-5400;

A contemporary green-minded boutique for practical household items, Sustainable NYC sells everything from reusable chopsticks to above-sink water filters. Floor-to-ceiling shelving built from reclaimed lumber is used to display ecofriendly beauty products, home décor, stationery, books, and jewelry. $$ (ecofriendly)


100 N. 3rd St., nr. Berry St., Williamsburg; 718-963-2600;

The unique housewares and elegant jewelry here are mostly handmade, some locally and others in far-flung corners of the world. Notable pieces include brass lassi cups and Japanese organic-cotton towels. $$ (made in N.Y.)

Urban Zen

705 Greenwich St., nr. 10th St.; 212-206-3999;

This retail offshoot of the Urban Zen Foundation offers carved-wood accents, scattered Buddha statues, and black-and-white paintings. The accessories, culled from founder Donna Karan’s travels, range from Haitian decorative objects to African pieces crafted from wood. $$$

Versace Boutique

647 Fifth Ave., nr. 52nd St.; 212-317-0224;

The va-va-voom clothing brand is also renowned for home goods and tablewares, designed and crafted in true over-the-top Italian style. Bright colors and vivid patterns define the various collections, as does the liberal use of gold. $$$$


181 Mott St., nr. Kenmare St.; 212-925-1200;

This thoughtfully curated shop stocks hard-to-find pieces that will make any home that much cozier. Find ceramics by Eric Bonnin, soaps by Saipua, and handblown glass by Warm owner Rob Magnotta. $$

William-Wayne & Co.

846 Lexington Ave., nr. 64th St.; 212-737-8934;

The social set relies on William-Wayne for its large selection of tasteful items for upscale, old-school homes. Choose from Raynaud porcelain, Mottahedeh tea sets, and specialty items like silver-plated caviar bowls or an elegant magnifying glass for your desk. $$

Yu Interiors

15 Greene Ave., nr. Fulton St., Fort Greene; 718-237-5878;

This smallish space is so crammed with goods (pillows, ceramics, candles) that it may take a few moments to notice the antique furnitureóa mix of traditional and mid-century styles. Some of the design-forward, handcrafted objects on display here are made by Brooklyn artists. $$-$$$ (made in N.Y.)


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