1150 Castlefield Ave., TorontoPopular with interior designers, this store sources beautiful antique furniture and decor items—primarily from the U.K. and Europe. An in-house
635 Queen St. W., TorontoBuy, sell and trade at this antique and prop shop. Owner Abraham spent many years in the props business and
1236 Yonge St., TorontoA small space doesn’t prevent proprietor Viki Mansell from carrying hundreds of antiques (as well as new home decor items).
1132 Yonge St., TorontoA small space doesn’t prevent proprietor Viki Mansell from carrying hundreds of antiques (as well as new home decor items).
593 Mount Pleasant Rd., TorontoA store specializing in 15th- to 19th-century rare maps of the world, decorative prints and illustrated books and atlases. Mon.-Sat.
1066 Yonge St., TorontoEuro-chic home decor and women’s accessories. A celebration of colour and design with handbags, jewellery, tableware, art and furnishings. Open
699 Mount Pleasant Rd., TorontoShowcases antique silver, pottery, furniture and flatware. Paintings, bronzes and objets d’art bought and sold. Mon.-Sat.
1712 Queen St. W., TorontoFind antique furniture, vintage items, lighting fixtures, collectibles and artwork in this Parkdale shop. Interesting custom pieces also available. Tue.-Sun.
284 King St. W., TorontoLocated within Toronto Antiques on King, noted dealer Cynthia Findlay specializes in estate jewellery—including a beautiful selection of antique rings—as
1224 A Yonge St., TorontoAn eclectic antique shop showcasing such formal furnishings as burled-wood furniture and antique chandeliers. Mon.-Sat.
747 Broadview Ave., TorontoAt the corner of Broadview and Danforth Avenues find this unique antiques store specializing in German and Austrian antique lighting
1914 Avenue Rd., TorontoFind antique prints and maps at this fine art shop and framing studio. Framing services include custom options, shadow boxes,
3075 Dundas St. W., TorontoTrue to its name, this shop boasts a wide variety of pieces. All of them, however, are lights—chandeliers, pendant lamps,
327 Queen St. E. , TorontoBilled as as a space “where Mad Men meets your best friend’s basement,” this shop sets patterned kitchenware and vintage
715 Danforth Ave., TorontoAlso known as the Danforth Village Antique Market, this shop offers a varied selection of antiques and collectibles, specializing in
529 Parliament St., torontoIn Cabbagetown for nearly four decades, Green’s is a local hub for antique furniture, but also offers jewellery, lighting, china
1605 Queen St. W., TorontoOne of Toronto’s older antique stores, this relatively airy space is nonetheless brimming with unique vintage finds and collector’s items—everything
150 Cumberland St., TorontoSpecializes in rare and unusual items from the 18th to 20th centuries, including jewellery, silverware, candlesticks, tea services, flatware and
111 Miranda Ave., TorontoThe owner travels to France several times a year to hand-pick pieces from the 18th, 19th and early 20th centuries.
28 Roncesvalles Ave., TorontoFriendly Roncesvalles boutique boasts an eclectic selection of vintage furniture, home items and other curiosities. Also hosts a live antiques