Downtown Antiques Shops
From pirate treasure to 17th-century European furnishings, the peninsula's antiques shops boast a rich array of goods. Stop into these establishments
French and Continental antiques
156 King St.
Antiques of the Indies
17th to 19th century plantation and campaign furniture, maps and decorative arts from the East and West Indies
164 Market St.
Biggs Powell Interior Design & Antiques
19th and 20th century antiques as well as reproductions
159 King St.
Carlton Dailey Twentieth Century
20th century European antiques
208 King St.
Carolina Antique Maps and Prints
Antique world and regional maps as well as natural history prints and architectural and decorative prints
91 Church St.
David Skinner Antiques
18th- to 20th-century lighting and early 1800s Caribbean antiques
177 King St.
East Indies maritime pirate treasure from the 16th and 17th centuries—from gold doubloons to Ming porcelain
165 King St.
George C. Birlant & Co.
18th- and 19th-century English antique furniture, silver, china, crystal and brass
191 King St.
Golden and Associates Antiques
18th- and 19th-century American, European, and Continental antiques
206 King St.
Jack Patla Antiques
Georgian and Victorian silver, fine period furniture and decorative arts, porcelain and English garden ornaments
181 King St.
French and Italian 17th-, 18th-, and 19th-century antiques
160 King St.
John Pope Antiques
Asian, African, and European antiques from the 16th century to mid-century
180 King St., Second Floor
Moore House Antiques
18th- and early-19th century American furniture, with a focus on Charleston furniture, and late 18th- and early 19th-century Chinese export porcelain
105 Broad St.
Parham & Co.
Everything from art to jewelry to home accessories
344 King St.
The Silver Vault
17th- to 21st-century fine metal decorative arts specializing in silver
195 King St.
South of Market
Unique French antiques, accessories, and lighting
173 King St.
Tucker Payne Antiques
18th and 19th century fine American and English antiques
169 King St.