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Best Antique Store

Kudzu Antiques Magnum
The photo above is a collection of antique jewelry from Kudzu Antiques. See our list of Best of Atlanta winners for Best Antique store in the City.

Best Antique Store BOA Award Winner

Year » 2019
Type of Award » Consumer Culture
Picked By » Readers
Kudzu Antiques + Modern (Featured)

Best Antique Store BOA Award Winner

Year » 2019
Type of Award » Consumer Culture
Picked By » Critics
Big Shanty Antiques (Permanently Closed)

Best Antique Store BOA Award Winner

Year » 2018
Type of Award » Consumer Culture
Picked By » Readers
Kudzu Antiques + Modern (Featured)

Best Antique Store BOA Award Winner

Year » 2018
Type of Award » Consumer Culture
Picked By » Critics
Paris on Ponce (Permanently Closed)

Best place to buy a rock BOA Award Winner

Year » 2017
Picked By » Critics
Type of Award » Consumer Culture
Crystal Blue
CRYSTAL BLUE’s cosmic rays radiate from the heart of Little Five Points. There you can get all the stones you need for worship, for healing or just to savor the Earth’s beauty. With a huge amount of inventory in the 75 cent-$6 range, Crystal Blue is a great place to purchase meaningful, soul-nourishingmore...

CRYSTAL BLUE’s cosmic rays radiate from the heart of Little Five Points. There you can get all the stones you need for worship, for healing or just to savor the Earth’s beauty. With a huge amount of inventory in the 75 cent-$6 range, Crystal Blue is a great place to purchase meaningful, soul-nourishing gifts at affordable prices. Popular items include amethyst, rose quartz, citrine and selenite, and products on display feature a karmic description of their healing properties. Other items at Crystal Blue include chimes, gongs, sage ($1 an inch) and Tibetan singing bowls (starting at $40). Opened in 1985 in the same storefront it currently occupies, Crystal Blue is onto the third generation of the founding family working in the store; now that’s good karma. 1168 Euclid Ave. N.E. 404-522-4605. www.facebook.com/crystalblue1168.

photo by: Joeff Davis

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Best antique store BOA Award Winner

Year » 2017
Type of Award » Consumer Culture
Picked By » Readers
Kudzu Antiques + Modern (Featured)

Best store for antiques and estate-sale gems BOA Award Winner

Year » 2017
Picked By » Critics
Type of Award » Consumer Culture
Brick+Mortar (Featured)
David Kowalski is a master at curating old and new at his store, BRICK + MORTAR, which began as a pop-up at Paris on Ponce before becoming a full-blown shop at Westside Provisions District. Inside, blouses by local designers like Megan Huntz sit alongside home décor items, such as the boutique’s eponymousmore...

David Kowalski is a master at curating old and new at his store, BRICK + MORTAR, which began as a pop-up at Paris on Ponce before becoming a full-blown shop at Westside Provisions District. Inside, blouses by local designers like Megan Huntz sit alongside home décor items, such as the boutique’s eponymous line of candles. But the antiques and estate-sale finds are what truly shine — and hearing Kowalski’s tall tales about them is part of the fun. He recently acquired an antique model steamboat from Natchez, Mississippi, formerly used in theatrical productions that retails for $1,500. But you can find more affordable gems, like vintage road maps, for a mere $5. Kowalski checks out 10-15 estate sales a week, mostly in the Southeast, so you can always expect to find new, old treasures. 1170 Howell Mill Road, Suite 106. 404-492-9207. www.thisisbrickandmortar.com.

photo by: Lindsey Max

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Best antique store BOA Award Winner

Year » 2016
Type of Award » Consumer Culture
Picked By » Readers
Kudzu Antiques + Modern (Featured)

Best antique store BOA Award Winner

Year » 2015
Type of Award » Consumer Culture
Picked By » Readers
Kudzu Antiques + Modern (Featured)

Secondhand treasures: Best spot to dust off forgotten gems BOA Award Winner

Year » 2015
Type of Award » Consumer Culture
Picked By » Critics
Broad Street Antique Mall (Permanently Closed)

Best antique store BOA Award Winner

Year » 2014
Type of Award » Consumer Culture
Picked By » Readers
Kudzu Antiques + Modern (Featured)

Best underground BOA Award Winner

Year » 2014
Type of Award » Consumer Culture
Picked By » Critics
Highland Row Antiques (Featured)

Best Place to go Treasure Hunting BOA Award Winner

Scott Antique Markets, Atlanta (Featured)
For more than two decades, Scott Antique Markets has built a reputation as one of the region's best places to go treasure hunting. Every second weekend of the month, the popular market opens with more than 3,300 booths in two huge warehouses. It's paradise for antique lovers and vintage thrifters. Youmore...
For more than two decades, Scott Antique Markets has built a reputation as one of the region's best places to go treasure hunting. Every second weekend of the month, the popular market opens with more than 3,300 booths in two huge warehouses. It's paradise for antique lovers and vintage thrifters. You can find almost anything in this place, from a centuries-old clock to copper cookware to Persian rugs. For the best selection, get to the market at the crack of dawn to beat out other shoppers. Going early on Thursday can often lead to snagging awesome deals from vendors before they've met with anyone else. Thanks to generations of Scotts and their dedication, we have one of the biggest monthly indoor antique shows in our own backyard. less...

Best antique store BOA Award Winner

Year » 2013
Type of Award » Consumer Culture
Picked By » Readers
Highland Row Antiques AND Kudzu Antiques

Best antique store BOA Award Winner

Year » 2012
Type of Award » Consumer Culture
Picked By » Readers
Kudzu Antiques + Modern (Featured)

Best man's man antiques BOA Award Winner

Year » 2012
Type of Award » Consumer Culture
Picked By » Readers
The Biggar's Antiques
Antiquing isn't all Queen Anne dining room sets, Depression glass, and display cases filled with Hummel figurines. This is especially true at the Biggar's Antiques in Chamblee, which prides itself on not being "your typical antique store." Part retail outlet, part prop house for local movie productions,more...
Antiquing isn't all Queen Anne dining room sets, Depression glass, and display cases filled with Hummel figurines. This is especially true at the Biggar's Antiques in Chamblee, which prides itself on not being "your typical antique store." Part retail outlet, part prop house for local movie productions, Biggar's occupies a 100-year-old church, and its facade is plastered with bright tin signs from stores, gas stations, and restaurants of a bygone era. The place is family owned, and a Biggar is always on the clock. From old fixtures and electronics, to back issues of Playboy and baseball cards, there's plenty for more masculine antiquers to get excited about. At the risk of hijacking a pun the owners already nixed - and for good reason - Biggar's is better. less...

Best antique store BOA Award Winner

Year » 2011
Type of Award » Consumer Culture
Picked By » Readers
Kudzu Antiques + Modern (Featured)

Best hot tchotchkes BOA Award Winner

Year » 2011
Type of Award » Consumer Culture
Picked By » Critics
Highland Row Antiques (Featured)
Highland Row Antiques isn't your mildewed neighborhood yard sale. The Poncey-Highland shop specializes in mid-century modern pieces like retro ashtrays and deco artwork, as well as other kitschy vintage pieces. The small, curated storefront gives way to a giant Basement Market with bric-a-brac from moremore...
Highland Row Antiques isn't your mildewed neighborhood yard sale. The Poncey-Highland shop specializes in mid-century modern pieces like retro ashtrays and deco artwork, as well as other kitschy vintage pieces. The small, curated storefront gives way to a giant Basement Market with bric-a-brac from more than 20 dealers, ranging from $5 Americana saltshakers to a $500 Danish couch. 628 N. Highland Ave. 404-815-8830. highlandrowantiques.com. less...

Best antique store BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
Type of Award » Consumer Culture
Picked By » Readers
Kudzu Antiques + Modern (Featured)

Runner-up: Highland Row Antiques


628 N. Highland Ave., 404-815-8830, www.highlandrowantiques.com

Best antiques BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
Type of Award » Consumer Culture
Picked By » Critics
Scott Antique Markets, Atlanta (Featured)

Best antique store BOA Award Winner

Year » 2009
Type of Award » Consumer Culture
Picked By » Readers
Kudzu Antiques + Modern (Featured)

Runner-up
Paris on Ponce
716 Ponce de Leon Place, 404-249-9965, parisonponce.com

Best Antique-Browsing Experience BOA Award Winner

Year » 2008
Type of Award » Consumer Culture
Picked By » Critics
Kudzu Antiques + Modern (Featured)
Somewhere between the pre-WWII Chinese tourism posters and the 19th-century bridal trunk, it becomes clear that KUDZU ANTIQUES has a hard time saying no. This packrat's paradise covers about 25,000 square feet and hosts an average of 100 dealers in its Decatur warehouse. Looking for high-quality vintagemore...
Somewhere between the pre-WWII Chinese tourism posters and the 19th-century bridal trunk, it becomes clear that KUDZU ANTIQUES has a hard time saying no. This packrat's paradise covers about 25,000 square feet and hosts an average of 100 dealers in its Decatur warehouse. Looking for high-quality vintage clothes and shoes, primitive furniture, or such kitschy LPs as Music for Tired Golfers? Kudzu's got it. The staff is laid-back, yet eager to answer questions. Plan on spending a couple of hours browsing when you go, and bring a compass – you could get lost in there and end up for sale in one of the booths a few years from now. less...

Best Antique Store BOA Award Winner

Year » 2008
Type of Award » Consumer Culture
Picked By » Readers
Atlanta Antique Gallery (Permanently Closed)

Best Post-Lakewood Rummaging Spot BOA Award Winner

Scott Antique Markets, Atlanta (Featured)
Folks loved Lakewood because, in addition to the costly antiques, there was plenty of good junk and funky tchotchkes to be had at reasonable prices. Long known as Lakewood's upmarket cousin, SCOTT ANTIQUE MARKET had higher-end collectibles at higher prices - and it still does. But many former Lakewoodmore...
Folks loved Lakewood because, in addition to the costly antiques, there was plenty of good junk and funky tchotchkes to be had at reasonable prices. Long known as Lakewood's upmarket cousin, SCOTT ANTIQUE MARKET had higher-end collectibles at higher prices - and it still does. But many former Lakewood merchants have set up shop at Scott, even spilling out onto the grass beside the convention hall. Sure, it still has Shaker furniture with laugh-out-loud price tags, but you can also find post cards, tea pots, old radios and tacky commemorative plates you didn't even know you needed. less...
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