Go Antiquing In Philadelphia

on October 25, 2013


If you want to add that extra special touch to your home and can’t find the vintage lamp that would complete your living room, there is an antiquing place in Philadelphia that almost certainly has what you are looking for.

The Architectural Antiques Exchange (715 N 2nd St., Philadelphia PA) is a 30,000 square foot warehouse that offers a selection of antiques that date back from the late 1700s to the 1930s, with the majority of pieces coming from the Victorian Period.

The Exchange has salvaged stunning pieces from the Colonial, English, French, Gothic and Art Deco eras. The inventory includes items that were repossessed from old French and Belgian castles, American Mansions and from old saloons as well.

The owners frequently travel to Europe to find additional items to sell.

Whether you are interested in just browsing the items or are searching for that one special piece that you just haven’t been able to locate, the Architectural Antiques Exchange is a perfect weekend mini-trip.

For more information, visit ArchitecturalAntiques.com