King Street Antiques District Charleston SC


King Street Antiques ... If you are looking for antiques, Charleston has no shortage of choices. The list below is just antique stores located on historic Charleston King Street. So if you are a lover of antiques, Charleston is the place to be!

156 King Street Charleston SC 29401
(843) 722-4897
White and blue hued Gustavian furniture, in Baroque and Rococo periods mixed with Louis XV down-filled French bergeres, upholstered in simple linens, and rich patinated Italian and Spanish tables and consoles have each found their perfect spots, when a French side table is flanked by two eighteenth-century, delicately hoofed Swedish Barrel-style side chairs. ...Boheme Chic!
191 King Street, Charleston SC 29401
(843) 722-4897
George C. Birlant & Co., one of the largest and oldest antiques establishments in the southeast, was founded in 1922 by George Birlant. Today, the Slotins work tirelessly to preserve the company's heritage and fine reputation. With regular buying trips to England and the Continent, Birlant's readily has an extensive collection of personally selected 18th and 19th century English antique furniture, silver, china, crystal and brass.

308 King Street Charleston SC 29401
(843) 723-6589
Over 100 years ago William Joseph Croghan, a hand engraver and jeweler opened his store in an 18th century Charleston single house on King Street. While he began only occupying the side porch of our building as a long skinny little shop, over the years we have expanded to occupy the entire building.
206 King Street Charleston SC 29401
(843) 723-8886
Located in historic Charleston South Carolina Golden and Associates Antiques has been dealing with the finest of antiques for generations. The 3,500-square-foot showroom features period lighting, 18th- and 19th-century American and European antiques, 19th-century Caribbean furniture, and great finds for the fireplace.
160 King St Charleston SC 29401
(843) 577-0104
Jacques Antiques, located in the Historical Downtown of Charleston, specializes in 17th, 18th and 19th Century French Antiques. All pieces in our inventory are personally selected by owner Jacques Lemoine, for their Character, Beauty and Authenticity.



1437 King Street Suite 6 Charleston, SC 29403
(843) 577-0520
Buy antiques in any condition. Furniture evaluation and appraisal service. Estimate and liquidation assistance (antiques, furniture and accessories). Furniture hunter: search and acquisition of specific pieces. Contract, maintenance and service programs tailored for museum, corporate and large private collections.
344 King Street Charleston SC 29401
(843) 722-5344
Established in 1933, Parham & Co. is a third generation family business. Located in the heart of the shopping district on King Street, in Charleston, SC, one will find the one-of-a-kind traditional antiques, as well as, the odd and anything with distinctive personality.
169 King Street Charleston, SC 29401
(843) 577-8515
Tucker Payne Antiques specializes in antique furniture, lighting and decorative arts. Expect to find pieces from the 18th and 19th century along with many other treasures.
180 King St Charleston SC 29401
(843) 793-4277
John Pope pursued his passion for antiques, in 2007 he opened John Pope Antiques in the heart of historic Charleston's Antique District. Influenced by his travels in Asia and Europe, John's unique design aesthetic artfully juxtaposes eclectic periods and styles with bold use of color realized his vision by combining taste, flair, discriminating style, and impeccable quality.
195 King Street Charleston SC 29401
(843) 722-0631
The Silver Vault strives to offer superior decorative arts, with an emphasis on silver and brass. Along with our sister shop, The Brass and Silver Workshop and its master silversmith, Alfred L. Crabtree, Jr., we combine fifty five years of experience to deliver comprehensive evaluations including style, maker, origin and construction.
125 King Street Charleston, SC 29401
(843) 853-3104
David Skinner Antiques is one of the leading antique stores in period lighting; specializing in chandeliers, candelabras, sconces, lamps, and other lighting from the 18th to 20th century.

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