Antique Shops in Portland

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Antique Stores in Portland

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  • billie1948
    8 contributions
    This area is dog friendly, bicycle friendly and life style friendly. There are great restaurants in the area and a top notch walking, running and bicycling area. The Spring-water trail is fantastic.
    Written 29 August 2019
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  • Lynne A
    Los Angeles, CA1 761 contributions
    Two locations in Sellwood right across from each other. Lots of selection of clothing, antiques and great furniture and unique gift items. We love it at Christmas and never leave without buying something. Great reward program too.
    Written 24 December 2019
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  • Ljh
    Santa Rosa, CA42 contributions
    I am so glad that I found my way to Monticello Antiques on a recent trip to Portland. It is so well curated and the items in each stall are a joy to look at. I was able to find two small treasures that could fit in my carry-on suitcase. If I visit again, I will bring an empty suitcase to fill!!
    I used public transportation and this shop is on a convenient bus route.
    Written 24 May 2019
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  • April
    Beaverton, OR362 contributions
    Cargo has so many fun and unique things. It's difficult to see everything the first time in. Inventory changes constantly. There are several other retailers within the same walls selling, plants, jewelry clothing etc. Don't forget to explore downstairs too.

    Also stop for a snack at Giraffe's for some tasting sake' or Japanese food and drink.
    Written 22 November 2019
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  • Cynthia C
    Willamette Valley, OR882 contributions
    Always fun to look, even if there is not precisely what I am looking for, I always find something to bring home, surprisingly reasonably prices considering the location. Staff are always Portland friendly.
    Written 8 March 2022
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  • Elizabeth G
    Los Angeles, CA14 contributions
    My daughter and I spent several hours here--and enjoyed ourselves so much we went back the next day. The space is filled (but not stuffed) with fascinating, beautifully crafted, and history-filled objects, from lovely wood furniture to heavy fireplace andirons to pinball-machine mechanisms, and far beyond. She bought a striking Art Deco lamp and a few unique curios. The owner was very welcoming and informative, and his assistant (Tyler?) was a pleasure to interact with--what a genuine, lovely person (and funny!). Old Portland Hardware will be on our must-go list whenever I visit her. Just delightful.
    Written 27 June 2021
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  • R M
    Salt Lake City, UT35 contributions
    Leonard might have been abrupt with folks but we had a really great time with him and his store. We would definitely recommend it. He knows his business, loves his work and gets excited about the things in the store. Hate the negative reviews but our experience was excellent and would highly recommend this store.
    Written 26 June 2018
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  • Corvid Namaste
    Vancouver, Canada315 contributions
    We had the BEST TIME EVER connecting to our past with vintage items so beautiful and displayed so well. Never thought I would cry such happy tears...a truly amazing experience...highly encourage all to enjoy, purchase and experience this. 💜
    Written 11 September 2019
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  • Allan S
    New York City, NY6 265 contributions
    Enjoyed browsing here with our niece. There are several unusual vendors with interesting oddities fir sake as well as jewelers, craftsmen of many skills and traditional artist and collections of. Vintage items. We managed to get a mahogany drop leaf table at a bargain price including delivery do shop hard snd you never know what you will find. Good spot to browse.
    Written 17 November 2018
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  • F4981JCmichaels
    Vancouver, WA1 891 contributions
    My wife and I like checking out antique stores. Even though we live across the river from Portland, Oregon, we haven't explored it much until lately, because traffic in Portland can be a real pain. With that said, if you go here, midday and/or weekends are the best times to avoid traffic. (Usually.)
    This particular location is in the Hollywood District of Portland, off I-84, and there are many truly unique and quaint shops around this area. I could hear "Funky Town" playing in my head as we drove around the area. Even the people were interesting in this area. It's an artsy district.
    This particular antique place is a collective of many vendors and has a varied selection. Lots to see, so allow 30 to 60 minutes to take it all in.
    Be aware that there is a set of steps going down to the facility, but if you shout down to the person at the bottom of the stairs, they have a freight elevator they will allow you to use. My wife and I took it up since she has some difficulty with stairs.
    It's also a clean place, well arranged, reasonably priced, and does *not* have a musty smell that sometimes accompanies some antique shops.
    Parking is tricky. We "lucked out" and got a place right in front of the building, but I did notice a small parking lot across the street.
    Written 24 September 2018
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  • Bridges2018
    Portland, OR3 contributions
    This shop/warehouse is located in an up and coming area of Portland called the Historic Industrial area just one block from the Willamette River. The buildings there are antiques themselves!
    Asia America has 2 floors, 20,000 square feet of antiques all imported from China, India, Taiwan, Nepal, Thailand, and Japan. There are large furniture pieces, small gifts items, paintings by local artists and several pieces that are just show stoppers like the full size Mongolian Yurt that you can go into and take a break from all the shopping.
    The staff are passionate, extremely knowable and they support health and education development projects in Asia.
    The prices are very competitive (and sales tax free). They offer shipping across the US.
    Written 11 March 2018
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  • Passportalwaysready
    Athens, Greece135 contributions
    Wonderful store with frequently changing vintage goods gathered from many sources. Not the cheapest place but quality stuff that for many evokes wonderful memories. A definite visit while in the Pearl.
    Written 19 November 2017
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  • RSNN
    Portland, OR6 303 contributions
    It was a rainy day in Portland so I thought checking out some book stores might be the best way to spend the time. I found Longfellows Book store with no problem. It sort of stand out. An oddly shaped building with an Alice in Wonderland mural on the west side.

    I went looking for old paperbacks. dctective paperbacks. there were a few. But paperbacks are not in great number here. Most of the books are old hardbacks.
    I did find several Earl Stanley Gardner books. and one of his Cool And Lam series paperback written under the name A A Fair. A 1950s paperback that had seen better days... otherwise I would have snatched it right up.

    I did manage to find a Mike Shayne detective paperback. and that only cost $2
    so I happily bought it. Tat made the trip worthwhile.

    Inside the place looks a bit of a jumble. With loads of books jammed packed inside this little place.
    Written 16 February 2017
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  • KittyvDK
    Metro Minneapolis-Saint Paul, MN700 contributions
    Cielo Home offers an attractive mix of antique items (from antique Chinese and European vases to gilded mirror and carved sideboards) to interesting new items (prints, canvases, etc.). The employee who was there the day I visited was very friendly and talked knowledgeable about the store and pointed out different items. They offer many a little bit of everything, in terms of home decor items, as well as interior design consultation. If interior decor is of interest--definitely stop in!
    Written 11 November 2015
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