Jacksonville FL Antique Shops

The Jacksonville area has more than its fair share of charming antique shops full of hidden treasures just waiting to be found. In fact, it really wouldn't be difficult to spend days, or even longer, exploring all of the eclectic, locally-owned antique shops in this particular part of Florida.

From vintage stores that sell authentic, 1970s-era lunchboxes to stores with antique jewelry gurus, Jacksonville’s best antique shops run the gamut from casual to expert. And for collectors of all things old and unusual, here's a closer look at just some of Jacksonville's top vintage stores and antique shops worthy of paying a visit. 

Grandma’s Things Inc.

5814 St Augustine Rd, Jacksonville, FL 32207 | Website

While you might not think Grandma’s Things is all that impressive on the outside, Jacksonville locals will be the first to tell you it's a treasure trove of great finds on the inside. This top vintage and antique stop has a huge selection of vintage jewelry and small decorative objects, and shoppers will regularly find vintage jewelry from the Victorian, Edwardian, and Art Deco eras, which means most pieces are from the late 1800s to the early 1900s.

It's also worth noting that the owner is an expert in antique jewelry and repair.

5 Points Vintage

1046 Park St, Jacksonville, FL 32204 | Website 

5 Points Vintage is a popular antique store in Jacksonville that’s quite packed with antiques and vintage pieces. They have a large selection of magazines, CDs, and vintage signs, as well as all sorts of little objects from other eras.

The vintage store is located in the arts and commercial district of Jacksonville. The area was originally built in the 1930s and was the city’s first shopping neighborhood outside of the downtown area. Shoppers can pair their visit to 5 Points Vintage with a visit to a nearby vintage cinema house that shows classic movies.

Southern Crossing Antique Mall

2718 Park St, Jacksonville, FL 32205 | Website

Southern Crossing Antique Mall houses displays from several vendors in a 5,000-square-foot building. The staff is particularly helpful when customers need to find something and aren’t sure where the item might be in the huge building.

Southern Crossing used to focus mainly on vintage and antique furniture, but its focus has changed in recent years to knick-knacks, toys, and decorative objects.

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Rusted: A Vintage Market

1523 San Marco Blvd, Jacksonville, FL 32207 | Website

A group of friends who once sold antiques together eventually made their association official and founded Rusted: A Vintage Market. The market features different vendors who focus on different styles, including boho, industrial, and farmhouse themes.

The market is a great place for shoppers who want to find vintage pieces rather than true antique pieces that are more than 100 years old.

Fans & Stoves Antiques Mall

800 Lomax St, Jacksonville, FL 32204 | Website

Fans & Stoves Antiques Mall is located in the Five Points District in Jacksonville. The store is full of vintage knick-knacks, toys, and clothing, as well as books and decorative objects. The store was originally named Fans & Stoves because that’s all they sold.

However, the establishment kept its original name even when it started selling other items. It takes shoppers a while to make their way through the whole store because it’s so full of vintage and antique items.

Antique Emporium at Park

2762 Park St, Jacksonville, FL 32205 | Website

Anyone searching for antique furniture should visit Antique Emporium at Park, which is a small yet amazing shop with high-end furniture and home décor. Prices overall are reasonable, and the owner is very helpful in sharing information about the pieces.

Some of the items sold at Antique Emporium include antique jewelry, glassware, pottery, and art, as well as furniture and lighting. The store receives new inventory each week.

Cool Stuff Vintage

646 King St, Jacksonville, FL 32204 | Website

Cool Stuff Vintage is a used, vintage, antiques, and consignment store with loads of treasures along its aisles. The store is located in a large, old warehouse and is only open the first weekend of each month.

Even though it’s not open that often, Cool Stuff Vintage still has a fairly rapid turnover of its stock. You'll typically find all sorts of vintage items and lots of kitschy items like Elvis posters, vintage Tupperware pieces, and lunchboxes from the 1960s and 1970s.

MerleBurl Market

11300 Beach Blvd, Jacksonville, FL 32246 | Website 

MerleBurl Market is a 7,000-square-foot store that sells upscale items on consignment and through auctions. You'll quickly see the store doesn’t focus on any single style or era and welcomes a wide variety of different vendors who routinely put new items on display. Above all, this locally owned antique mall features a healthy balance of vintage and antique items for sale.

Antiques & Such

4302 Plymouth St A, Jacksonville, FL 32205 | Website

Antiques & Such sells vintage jewelry, pictures, furniture, knick-knacks, and lamps, as well as assorted antiques and vintage pieces from Asia. The store routinely participates in local charity events and maintains an active Facebook page where they share detailed information about the items they sell.

Anyone searching for fine china and antique dinnerware should stop by Antiques & Such since the store regularly welcomes new, beautiful pieces of pottery, china, and porcelain.

Marketplace on San Jose

5107 San Jose Blvd, Jacksonville, FL 32207 | Website

The Marketplace on San Jose is an upscale establishment that sells wood furniture and unique items. The store employs knowledgeable salespeople who can assist with purchases and information about the pieces.

The Marketplace on San Jose is a great place to browse for new antiques, as well as a place to find and buy furniture of all styles and designs. And while the store doesn’t look big from the street, its regular inventory of vintage finds is beyond impressive. 

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