Antiquing is almost like treasure hunting, except there’s no map with an “x” because the “x” is different for everyone. Fortunately, there are eight places to antique in and around Staunton, and we feel confident you’ll find a special something in one of them. From funky finds to recycled riches and everything in between, spend the day (or weekend) seeking out treasures of your own.
L. Oppelman | 27 Middlebrook Avenue
There are no dusty items at L. Oppelman, rather, you’ll find only the finest pieces in this shop specializing in period and modern firearms, jewelry, silver, coins, and collectibles. Estate and vintage finds are beautifully displayed; sellers are as welcome here as buyers.
Once Upon a Time Clock Shop | 25 W. Beverley Street
If you have a thing for the ol’ tick-tock, Once Upon a Time Clock Shop is your place! Mantel clocks, wall clocks, grandfather clocks, European clocks, and Made in the USA clocks are all available here. If you have one that is in need of cleaning or repair, Dean Sarnelle is your man. His talents and abilities are renowned, thus clocks from around the country flood into his shop year ’round.
17 E. Beverley Antiques | 17 E. Beverley Street
Seven shops in one, 17 E. Beverley Antiques offers most of what you’d expect to find in an antiques store, but you may also find some interesting rarities, like sheet music and mid-century pin-ups. Vintage Christmas ornaments, silver, toys, and an array of vintage costumes are quite the draw. If you go, try on all the cool shades and take selfies. We want to see ’em!
Cherish Every Moment | 13 E. Beverley Street
Discover upcycled treasures at Cherish Every Moment. Vintage and antique pieces are made new again with a fresh coat of paint, hardware and personal touches to create an unexpectedly wonderful general store-meets-boutique destination. From rustic to somewhat Victorian, you’ll find a wide range of decor here.
Staunton Antiques Center | 19 W. Beverley Street
Vintage clothing, handbags, and jewelry share 10,000 square feet of space with antique furnishings, decor, table settings, art, lamps, and so much more. You’ll want to allow yourself plenty of time to notice every nook and cranny at Staunton Antiques Center, lest you miss a treasure you may not have known you needed. DO check out the incredible book selection.
Queen City Marketplace | 110 W. Beverley Street
Three floors of vendor space are waiting for you at Queen City Marketplace. Browse to find an abundance of fine antique furnishings, heirloom quality linens, art, decor, toys, dinnerware, retro kitchenware, and folk art. Collectibles are tucked in for the sharp eye to find, so look closely for Longaberger, Department 56, comics, and more.
Warehouse Antiques & Collectibles | 26 W. Beverley Street
The odds are in your favor of finding something special at Warehouse Antiques & Collectibles. They’re loaded with many household items, decor, tools, glassware, woodcrafts, and needful things. Crocks, canes, enameled steel campfire necessities, baskets … the list goes on and on!
Ragalia | 713 N. augusta Street
Just off the beaten path—but a short car ride away—is Ragalia. This fiber studio specializes in handwoven scarves and blankets and has a collection of estate jewelry, vintage clothing, and other retro finds.