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Philly Antiques Shopping Walk
Philadelphia makes the old new again with its plethora of antiques shops. Take a stroll through Center City and Rittenhouse Square for a good selection of shops. For further information about these stores, refer to the individual listings.
Begin your shopping in the high-end shops on Pine Street between 9th and 12th streets, long known as Antique Row.
M. Finkel & Daughter. This spot is known for furniture and needlework from the late 18th and early 19th centuries. 936 Pine St., Center City East, Philadelphia, PA, 19107.
Freeman's. Freeman's, an auction house one block from the upscale Shops at Liberty Place, is in the oldest building designed specifically for an auction house, and spans six floors. Explore the store's specialty departments, which include fine American and European art and rare books and prints. 1808 Chestnut St., Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia, PA, 19103.
Nearby you can find plenty of places to stop for a quick bite. Walk a block south on 19th Street to Rittenhouse Square and stroll through the park for a taste of the good life in the city. A number of antiques shops can be found in the elegant area surrounding the park.
Niederkorn Silver. Come here for decorative items such as antique silver picture frames. 2005 Locust St., Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia, PA, 19103.Updated: 08-2013
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