Antique and collectible stores in Sacramento feature high-quality, rare items that range from toys to furniture and from art to sports items. You’ll find plenty to choose from at the best shops for antiques and collectibles in Sacramento. — Steve Hartsoe


Antique & Collectibles Marketplace

501 N. 10th Street
Sacramento, CA 95811
(916) 446-1122

The big sign out front says “Antiques,” and Antique & Collectibles Marketplace doesn’t disappoint. This store features a huge variety of goodies, including collectible dolls like Barbie, Nancy Ann and Madame Alexander. Antique & Collectibles Marketplace also features an impressive selection of glassware, porcelain and china dinnerware. Furniture is a staple here, and you will be amazed at the collection of antique items. The toy selection includes popular items like G.I. Joe and a wide assortment of toys by Disney and Hasbro. Make sure you also check out the art here, too, which includes oils, etchings, watercolors and prints. Sports enthusiasts will appreciate the autographed baseballs, posters and cards. Hours: Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Sunday 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. (optional, call first).

Slater’s Antiques And Collectibles

609 N. 10th Street
Sacramento, CA
(916) 442-6183

Founded in 1976, Slater’s Antiques And Collectibles features 5,000 square feet of quality furniture, clocks and more. If you are looking for a classic piece like a beautiful oak grandfather clock, you can find it here. The store also features “The Twisted Lady” shop, a collection of Barley Twist Furniture and accessories. Owners Mike and Kathy Slater make frequent trips to England, Belgium and Eastern Europe, where they buy furniture, stained glass, clocks, mirrors, garden items and various collectibles. Hours: Wednesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The Antique Company

2100 X Street
Sacramento, CA 95818
(916) 457-1099

The Antique Company is a landmark itself. Established in the late 1900s, The Antique Company offers a variety of merchandise, much of it directly from Europe. Most of the beautiful furniture items are from the 1880s to the 1940s. This local institution also boasts a wide assortment of Art Deco pieces and large quantities of modern furniture. There’s also a huge selection of fabric, china pieces, glass, mirrors, stained glass windows and even doors. Hours: Monday through Sunday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.