Next time you’re thinking about buying a new lamp for your apartment, or gifting a friend with a piece of art, why not consider visiting an antique store? Antique items hold history and character, a rarity from days’ past. In Mississippi, a state steeped in rich history, you’ll find an abundance of antique stores featuring items from another time. Here are the best antique stores in the state.
At Pette's Antiques, you'll find a tasteful selection of antique furniture and decor displayed naturally to showcase its charm. You'll love the great service you get from the owners—their knowledge and passion for what they do is evident in every transaction! They specialize in 19th century American and European furniture, so stop by and see what they have to offer.
Showroom Antiques is tucked away in Woodville, Mississippi, a little south of Natchez. This river town might seem like an unlikely place for an antique boutique, but the owners have an eye for attractive, versatile pieces. No matter what your style, you'll find something to fit your home at Showroom Antiques.
If you love shopping for antiques, you must visit the Franklin Street Antique Mall in Natchez. With over 50 booths, you'll find everything from estate jewelry to coins and so much more. Don't miss out on this unique destination. Be sure to stop by the general store for a snack, or for some Amish cheese or homemade jams to give as gifts!
With a name like Vintage Flamingo, you have to know you're going to find some fun and unique pieces in this shop. This upscale market is only open four days a month, the second Thursday through Sunday, but it's worth the wait. They also take custom orders, so feel free to get in touch with the ladies through their Facebook page.
The Depot Antique Mall is located in Oxford's historic square, giving it almost as much history outside as in. Browse through over a hundred booths, looking through collectables, art, china, books, and so much more. Whether you're shopping for a gift, a piece for your home, or a fun restoration project, stop by The Depot in Oxford.