shopped by dealers & designers the world over, yet New Yorkers don't know it exists. Everything from silver, paintings, furniture, lighting, jewelery, clocks, glassware, chinaware, statuary, books etc. This building is really a treasure trove of fine antiques. For example, the silver shop, Estate Silver Co, run by Mr Mammon, is packed from floor to ceiling with antique silver from all over the world, and you can find items from odd spoons to museum quality urns. 1,000's of different items from $100 to $1,000,000.00. And this shop is just 1 of the 70 different shops, each stocked with it's own specialty of merchandise. Most dealers are open Monday - Friday 11am till 5:30pm, although to find their treasures, some will have irregular hours. Open to the public 7 days a week, 360 days a year. Check their web page www.the-maac.com for dealer listings. Estate Silver Co., can be contacted through their web page at www.EstateSilver.com.
The Manhattan Arts & Antiques Center has over 50 different first class antiques dealers. The merchandise here is a dazzling arrya of everything the world of fine antiques has to offer. Jewelry, flatware, glassware, vases, paintings, silver, gold, clocks, chairs, tables and so much more from all over the world. Items from Japan, China, France and many other countries.
PROS: Great Antiques
Manhattan Arts & Antiques Center is a collection of dozens of small but up class antique dealers. Much of what you see on display here is simply gorgeous. You can haggle a little, they dont like to admit it but they give decoraters a hefty discount so you should be able to get a small discount if you push it. Great stuff here.