The leaves aren’t the only place you can find gold in New England this fall.
Autumn antiquing is a great way to spend a weekend—and there are plenty of great stores and shops within an hour drive from the city. Whether you are looking for jewelry, dishes, art, furniture, or an unknown treasure, here are six places to go antiquing near Boston.
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1841 Massachusetts Ave., Lexington, Massachusetts
Family owned and operated for 39 years, this spot is a gem for antiquers looking to buy their favorite gems. The store features a huge assortment of platinum and gold, diamond and gemstone rings, bracelets, pins, earrings, and pendants, as well as hand-painted China, sterling, and glassware.
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61 Endicott St., Building 24, Norwood, Massachusetts
This old converted mill has over a dozen antique stores and crafters to lend character and style to your place without the guilt that comes with designer price tags. You’ll find everything from clothes and jewelry, to glassware and refurbished furniture from vendors like Salvage ANGEL.
715 East St., Wrentham, Massachusetts
Booths with names like “Paris Flea Market” in this white cottage themed shop are filled with up-cycled industrial objects sure to spruce up any space.
17 Murdock St., Somerville, Massachusetts
This high-end shop near Davis Square is a haven for furniture, art, and decor from all eras. The store is also home to an antique furniture restoration shop that not only gets furniture ready to be sold, but also allows customers to bring in their own pieces for modifications or finishes often required by the designer.
Give yourself plenty of time to navigate your way through this five-floor treasure hunt. There are more than 150 dealers in the building, including a vintage bike shop.
32 Main St., Essex, Massachusetts
You have to love the thrill of the hunt when sorting through finds in this quaint red barn, with an iconic white ceramic elephant on its roof. It first opened in May of 1952 and is one of the oldest antique shops on the North Shore, according to its website.