Antiques in Alexandria, VA

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“My puppy chewed a hole in a Pottery Barn wool rug. They repaired it and you’d never be able to find where it was damaged. They also cleaned it and it is bright and like new again.”

5 Superb15 Reviews

“I love this cute and quirky little shop hidden away in Hollin Hall. I go most Saturday mornings because the owner changes the inventory almost every week. I have found so many things I never expected to find there and I always enjoy learning from the owner about their history and uses. The prices are very reasonable and the owner encourages browsing and requests for items.”

4.9 Superb15 Reviews

“lovely place! i could spend hours and hours browsing the different beautiful items there; the jewelry, silverware, tea sets and art work all take you on tiny individual wonderful journeys. The sweet ladies working there are very informative and have so much knowledge about the pieces and will always indulge any questions regarding them. I have purchased my favorite pendant from there, and i am definitely going back for more.”

5 Superb9 Reviews

“I absolutely love this rug store! They have a vast selection of gorgeous rugs! I have bought several rugs here over the years and I always get compliments on them! The owner is also a gem! It is definitely worth a visit!”

5 Superb6 Reviews

“The shop has clothing, purses, jewelry, china, crystal, soaps, children's items, candles, picture frames, just an amazing assortment of gift items and cards. Staff are wonderful and they will put items in bags with tissue and ribbons for you! Great place for gifts!”

4.8 Superb8 Reviews

“Love it. However, it isn't a place for a quick stop unless you know just what you are looking for. The best part is browsing, that mood of wanting to buy that something special, be it jewelry or an item of home decor either for yourself or someone important in your life. Rusty is knowledgeable and very interesting. If you ask him, he will guide you in the right direction.It is easy to find, just off of King Street, on Lafayette. It is too bad that the city made them take down the purple balloons.”

4.5 Superb32 Reviews

“MUST SEE. A fascinating, beautiful, elegant, intriguing collection of absolute treasures. We also found the owners to be kind, helpful, very knowledgeable and patient. Highly recommended treasure trove. Educational, also. So much to see and learn.”

5 Superb3 Reviews

“Such a fun place to spend an afternoon! The gigantic space is lovingly curated and maintained, so there is never a shortage of things to look at but you won’t feel overwhelmed or get that “thrift store dirty” feeling. This place is a treasure trove and with Aslin next door, it’s the perfect weekend spot!”

4.3 Superb32 Reviews

“Visiting from out of town and decided to walk King St and shop the boutiques. This place is filled with all kinds of items, perfect for gifting or for treating yourself. Everything from Declaration of Independence rocks/pint glasses to themed match boxes. Staff was so friendly, the store was clean and well stocked. There's a small clearance section. Some items are a bit pricey but there were price points as low as $4 and others on the higher end. When I went there was a clearance sale on Christmas items and I got these adorable Alice in Wonderland felt ornaments. Their self care/body section was filled with quality salts, lotions, soaps and serums. I spent a good 30 minutes shopping their small store so that I could enjoy everything they offer. If you're looking for something unique, local and quality, check them out!”

4.2 Good9 Reviews

“This is a great shop! They carry a wide range of vintage cocktail glassware and accoutrements. It's fun to browse for your own collection or for gifts. I highly recommend The Hour Shop!”

4.1 Good15 Reviews

“A charming and quirky antique shop right off King Street in Old Town Alexandria. I always learn about something interesting and unusual every time I go in from the owner, Angela Silverman or her assistant, John. Whether it's a coffee grinder used by military officers, a portable holy water sprinkler for priests to use on sick visits, or a stunning antique diamond ring, there is sure to be something I enjoy seeing and learning about. Some items I looked at during today's visit were enamel snuffboxes with sayings on them, a diamond jockey stick pin, some beautiful Georg Jensen silver items, and a brass chandelier designed to use both oil and candles. My husband bought my art deco engagement ring at this shop more than fifteen years ago, and we always enjoy visiting (although most of the time we are just browsing.)”

3.8 Good16 Reviews