Archangel Antiques

★★★★☆
  • 334 E 9th StFrnt A

    New York, NY 10003

    Cross street: nr. Second Ave.

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  • 212-260-9313

About Archangel Antiques

Hours
Wed-Sun, 3pm-7pm; Mon-Tue, by appointment only

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The furniture shop of choice for us when it comes to everything we put in at our house. The quality of their furniture is really good. And the price is not bad as well.

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The furniture shop of choice for us when it comes to everything we put in at our house. The quality of their furniture is really good. And the price is not bad as well.

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Can't deal with the flea market? Head to East 9th Street for its mix of reasonably priced vintage stores, all run by folks a little kinder than the ones you'll find on 26th Street--and still willing to bargain, to boot. Archangel Antiques, two stores side-by-side packed with several desirables, is one stop that's a must.
A few racks of clothing are populated with pieces from the '50s or '60s, but Archangel's real trade is in accessories. Peruse trays and trays of eyewear, from rhinestone-adorned cat-eyes to Lennon-esque wire frames, as well as charms, cufflinks, costume jewelry, even tiaras. (Complete the set with a mini-tiara to pin on your lapel.) There's a good bit of smoking paraphernalia--pipes, lighters and cigarette cases--plus owners willing to give you a history lesson. Also look for bigger items like steel desk chairs and end tables. Neo-Luddites will appreciate the typewriters that are often for sale.

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Can't deal with the flea market? Head to East 9th Street for its mix of reasonably priced vintage stores, all run by folks a little kinder than the ones you'll find on 26th Street--and still willing to bargain, to boot. Archangel Antiques, two stores side-by-side packed with several desirables, is one stop that's a must.
A few racks of clothing are populated with pieces from the '50s or '60s, but Archangel's real trade is in accessories. Peruse trays and trays of eyewear, from rhinestone-adorned cat-eyes to Lennon-esque wire frames, as well as charms, cufflinks, costume jewelry, even tiaras. (Complete the set with a mini-tiara to pin on your lapel.) There's a good bit of smoking paraphernalia--pipes, lighters and cigarette cases--plus owners willing to give you a history lesson. Also look for bigger items like steel desk chairs and end tables. Neo-Luddites will appreciate the typewriters that are often for sale.

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Archangel Antiques is a must stop shop. They have many racks of vintage clothing as well as accessories, like eye wear, costume jewelry, and so much more. They have a designated smoke shop that sells pipes, lighters, and more. You can find so much stuff here! Its like a big flea market. You can sometimes even negotiate on the prices. Its a great place. They are opened Wednesday through Sunday.

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Archangel Antiques is a must stop shop. They have many racks of vintage clothing as well as accessories, like eye wear, costume jewelry, and so much more. They have a designated smoke shop that sells pipes, lighters, and more. You can find so much stuff here! Its like a big flea market. You can sometimes even negotiate on the prices. Its a great place. They are opened Wednesday through Sunday.

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