| Antique Shopping Guide for Charleston, SC
|Located in Charleston, SC, this site is
your source for beautiful, fashionable
antiques in all the antique shops here.
Find the old, unusual, eclectic things
you only see in the best magazines.
THE PICTURES TELL IT ALL!
COMPLETELY UP TO DATE.
|Charleston SC has more & better than
ever antique shops - but who has the
time to see them all? Now you can shop
this site for antiques, shows, estate
sales, etc... all day & night.
|Antique Shopping News
- See for yourself -
Most shops have their own page.
See what they have now.
|This site is not paid for by the antique shops.
It is provided as a public service for the benefit of everyone.
Please tell the antique dealers you saw their shop at ClydeAntique!
Just navigate with the Navigation Bars.
|This news article was in the January to March issue of
the CHARLESTON GATEWAY magazine (2009), the
most respected shopping and visitor guide since 1955.
|Classic antique statue at the John M Dunnan Galleries:
|The following are Links to a page of pictures of these
important shows. No other site has all this information..
|See the Other Places
page from the
Antiques Shops page.
|This link takes you to the Very Important site
for the SC State Archives Sale of old "Bank
Notes", or money from before, during and after
the CIVIL WAR. The sale is over, so be sure
to see the final sales prices. They were higher
than many expected.
|This site is updated all the time.
|Be sure to navigate all the way
to the right to see everything.
|**Please use the Navigation bar and select:
Charleston Antique Shops
Most shops have a page of their own.
Just go down the list of shops to see the pictures.
G. Sergeant Antiques has
|Moore House Antiques
*Antiques Market in Mt. Pleasant - has closed
as of January 2018.
*A World Apart - has closed Jan. 2018.
*Parham & Co. - has closed temporarily and
will move to the Naval Base area soon.
*AIM or Antiques & Interiors Market on Upper
King St. is now Wynsum Antiques & Interiors
and under new management of John Palmer.
|David Skinner Antiques
|Wynsum Antiques (of March 2018)