Best Antique Stores in Canberra

Best Antique Stores in Canberra
Vintage Electronic Appliances in Store Source: Big Stock Photos

Below is a list of the top and leading Antique Stores in Canberra. To help you find the best antique stores located near you in Canberra, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.

Canberra’s Best Antique Stores:

The top rated antique stores that offers the widest range of antique collections are:

  • Canberra Antiques Centre
  • The Silk Road Gallery
  • Annie’s Collectables

Canberra Antiques Centre

Best Antiques Stores in Canberra
Canberra Antiques Centre Source: https://www.canberraantiques.com/

Canberra Antiques Centre was opened in November year 2003. It is a completely Canberra owned and operated business, providing a home to about a dozen professional dealers. They are always interested in purchasing good examples of most quality items. You are welcome to bring any items you wish to sell here along to the centre any day of the week – no appointment necessary – or contact them to arrange for them to come to you.

Products/Services:

Advertising Collectibles, Antique Arms, Antique Furniture, Art, Asian and Oriental, Clocks, Watches and Barometers, Furniture Waxes, Polish and Associated Products, Jewellery, Sterling Silver, Silver Plates, Sewing and Needlework Related, Toys, Clothing

Location:

Address37 Townsville St, Fyshwick ACT 2609
Phone: (02) 6162 3737
Website: www.canberraantiques.com

Review:

“Pretty good variety of items but would like to see more militaria especially medals and uniforms. Furniture items are of high quality and highly priced too. Plenty of parking although the place was a bit hard for me to find.”-Damian Greenwood

The Silk Road Gallery

Best Antiques Stores in Canberra
The Silk Road Gallery Source: Big Stock Photos

The Silk Road Gallery will give your home a treasure with that special piece of furniture you’ve been looking for. They specialise in rescuing old pieces of Chinese furniture, preserving their integrity and charm while ensuring they suit a modern Australian lifestyles. They bring their English bull terrier there sometimes so drop by and say hello. Her name is Page, and she loves meeting people. They also have a lovely range of high quality porcelain, blanc de Chine, bronzes, wooden sculptures, and other decorative items – both antiques and new hand made.

Products/Services:

Altar Tables, Beautiful Storage, Benches and Long Stools, Cabinets, Chairs, Chest, Screen and Decorative Panels, Side Tables, TV Base, Small Stools, Signature Pieces

Location:

Address39 Cooper Rd, Wamboin NSW 2620
Phone: (02) 6238 3284
Website: www.anniescollectables.com.au

Review:

“Love this place! Always visit here when in Canberra. Have never left empty handed!”
-Allison Jolly

Annie’s Collectables

Best Antiques Stores in Canberra
Annie’s Collectables Source: https://anniescollectables.com.au/

Annie’s Collectables is owned by David and Joyce. Annie’s is a hidden gem less than half an hour from Canberra City. Existing customers claim they have a ‘treasure chest’ of beautiful and affordable things! As well as a number of specific collections, they have a wide range of antiques, collectables, crystal and glass, china and porcelain, vintage clothing, hats, handbags, shoes and jewellery. Established in 2007, their shopfront is on their property at Wamboin only 20 minutes from Canberra CBD. They buy and sell to the mutual benefit of their customers and themselves.

Products/Services:

Annie’s Special Collections, China and Porcelain, Crystals and Glass, Silver and other Metals, Jewellery, Hats, Bags, Shoes

Location:

Address39 Cooper Rd, Wamboin NSW 2620
Phone: (02) 6238 3284
Website: www.anniescollectables.com.au

Review:

“Amazing place! Their store is open by appointment but we rocked up (without knowing the former) and they opened the store for us! They were more than happy to chat while we looked around. We found a range of treasures and may have left with a bit more than we intended, but two very happy customers. Would recommend any collectors give them a call and take a look!”-Mandy Maclean

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