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Antique shops in Asheville range from a 6,000-square-foot antiques emporium to unique boutique antique shops specializing in art, estate jewelry and imported European antique furniture. We even have an annual Asheville Antiques Fair, celebrating its 63rd year and considered one of oldest Antiques Fair in the Southeast.
Here is a list of antique shops in the Asheville area. Antique shops are scattered throughout the city from Lexington to Biltmore Avenue. These shops range from classy to quaint and quirky and everything in between.
There is no place quite like the Antique Tobacco Barn in Asheville. It’s everyone’s favorite eclectic shopping experience and has repeatedly been voted best place to buy antiques in Western North Carolina. Featuring 77,000 square feet of filled up …more
The pottery of the North Carolina folk potters awaits you at Appalachian Crafts. Owens, McNeill, Wyndham, and Coles, as well as many skilled artisans from the surrounding neighborhoods. Carved eastern song birds, wooden toys, hand-woven looper rugs, …more
A new gallery for emerging artists in the Beaverdam community of Asheville, about a 15 minute drive from downtown. Art includes highly original furniture pieces from naturally downed trees, furniture from reclaimed parts, paintings,jewelry and …more
A series of delightful antiques stores with an ever changing inventory of furniture, silver, estate jewelry, glassware, art, porcelain, architectural salvage, and fine collectibles. Stores include: Sweeten Creek Antique Mall at 115 Sweeten Creek Rd - …more
Biltmore Lamp & Shade Gallery offers elegant Antiques, Accessories, Gifts, Fine Lamps, Designer and Basic Lampshades, Finials, Lamp Repair Services, and Seasonal Accessories.