Antiques are a wonderful way of displaying period items whose style have changed or become obsolete in today’s world. Of course, those who are already antique collectors know that the thrill comes from scouring stores to find that one gem to bring home and display front and center. An antique collection can serve as a domestic museum, and any piece may be a conversation starter. Now all you vintage fashionistas have an opportunity to expand your era-inspired closet to other parts of the house. Here is a list of antique stores Sacramento has to offer, so get collecting.

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Antiques Plus Sell & Buy 
222 D St., Suite 1
Davis, CA 95616
(530) 753-8000

Antique Plus Sell & Buy store located in downtown Davis is full of treasures waiting to be discovered. The owner is very friendly and knows his facts about each piece he has in stock. Even if you’re not interested in purchasing anything right away, you should check it out to learn more about antiques. The shop carries furniture and other home decorations, many of which are Victorian style. The environment here will never make you feel pressured to buy, so treat it like a museum exhibit and perhaps you’ll walk away with a treasure you weren’t even looking for. 

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The Antique Company
2100 X St.
Sacramento, CA 95818
(916) 457-1099

The Antique Company is in a large building that houses an assortment of furniture from the 1880s to the 1940s. Here you can find items like mirrors and frames to hang in your home or dive into the collection of statues and figurines to display on a mantle or bookshelf. There are also beautiful dishes and glassware in eclectic mixes. The store itself is a bit crowded, but that only adds to the adventure of discovering something wonderful in the nooks and crannies. You’ll have a lot of fun sorting through the pieces and perusing the entire shop.

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TACE Antique & Collectibles Marketplace 
501 N. 10th St.
Sacramento, CA 95811
(916) 446-1122

TACE stands for the The Antique and Collectible Exchange, which means you can buy and sell antiques through this marketplace. Because of this advantage, the collection is full of unique items from different parts of the world, and each piece has a story, as it has been acquired through various people. The Antique & Collectibles Marketplace has a full selection of items available online so you can browse from the comfort of your own home before heading into the shop. Once you find a piece that piques your interest, you can go to the physical location to touch and examine the item.

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Antique Trove
236 Harding Blvd.
Roseville, CA 95678
(916) 786-2777

The Antique Trove has beautiful pieces to decorate your home. Among them are grandiose couches and chairs, art, books, jewelry, instruments and much more. The furniture, specifically, are works of art with details, embellishments and architectural designs. Everything on display is breathtaking, so it’s worth it to check this treasure “trove” out. The staff strives to help you learn about the antiques and find things that suit your style, so don’t worry if you’re new to antiquing.

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Slater’s Antiques and Collectibles
609 N. 10th St.
Sacramento, CA
(916) 442-6183

This unusual store, started back in 1976, provides a wonderful antiquing experience. The two-story building features an entire “Mirror Room” and many hard-to-find items. Among the goodies at Slater’s Antiques and Collectibles are candlesticks, vanities, chandeliers, figurines, clocks, furniture and more. A friendly couple owns the place and personally picks out the items they carry, so they are both passionate and knowledgeable about what is in stock. They even travel abroad to find more antiques to fill their shop.

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