Our dealers, representing many states, bring in new merchandise daily.
We have something for everyone with our two floors of booths and showcases.
Don't worry about climbing stairs to the second floor; we also have an elevator for your convenience.
You will find that we have the areas largest selection of antique furnishings.
We have a whole town dedicated to antiques and collectibles.
You will find 3 additional malls within 200 feet of our building.
Several full-service restaurants are within a short distance from our building. We're always looking for quality antique and collectible dealers to join our store. The friendly, warm, and inviting atmosphere makes the shopping a delightful experience.
We hope that everything we offer—from candles and cactuses to art and antiques—makes your life a bit more gezellig!
Offering many options to fit your unique situation.
We have the space and ability to liquidate estates for those who want to forgo having an estate sale.
Thousands of unique and hard to find items all under one roof!
Find sought-after items that will add value to your personal collection. Find items for gifts, collections, personal decoration and more!
With an inventory as unique as you are, you are sure to find yourself something special at our shop.
We buy estates; from partial to complete clean-outs. This is a general auction of estate items. More is coming in everyday and the photos will get updated every couple of days. Call (810) 743-1202 for more information. This post is not intended to give appraisals but merely to be a general source of tips and tricks, names, dates, and places in the antique and collectible world. Do you have an antique dresser or trunk with that old musty smell?
Wash the inside with a damp rag of diluted bleach. Make sure you are in a well ventillated area and you are wearing gloves. The next time you mow the lawn, put some of the fresh grass clippings into an old nylon stocking and place them in the dresser drawer or trunk for about 24 hours. Another method we read about but haven’t tried is to use a container with holes in the lid filled with vinegar. Genevieve’s, like all antique dealers, save untold numbers of items from our landfills while at the same time preserve our history. By shopping at your local antique or resale store you can decorate on a budget and recycle at the same time. It’s easy to get around, but we don’t want you to miss a thing. Find out about all of our market days—and nights. Stop into booth #124 for pretty home decor!
We are unsure of where the future will take us, but we will let you know if we land elsewhere and start something new. So many unusual treasures beautifully curated. Also, great little neighborhood with amazing ambiance.
We never received a phone call when the estate sale had been completed to tell us how the sale went. Mike is never in his store, he doesn’t answer his cell phone and there is not an option to leave a message.
Genevieves Antique Treasures and PD's Auctions Antique Store and Auction
He answered the phone twice in a two month period. At that time, the bank tried to charge my mom a fee for processing a check for insufficient funds.
We were beginning to think that we would never get the money.
We would not recommend this company for estate sales. Extremely poor communication is the last thing you need to deal with after the death of the loved one. Still no check, no itemized statement, no communication, nothing.
I do not recommend you do business with this guy. Check out your favorite booths and discover just what you were looking for!
There are always new treasures to discover. Large antiques shows and sales offer visitors a wonderful selection of unique antiques and collectibles. Large selection of furniture, primitives, glassware. Our shelves and table tops are filled with collectibles, linens, dishes, and books. Furniture restoration and woodworking service. Stores are located from downtown streets to country sides, with atmospheres of vintage museum to country primitives. Visitors will be entranced for hours as 'times gone by' are pleasantly enjoyed. Big sales throughout the store now through the end of the month.
You are sure to find a treasure without spending a fortune. Here you'll find antiques shops, and many other stores that will keep you busy all day. They even have a huge collection of vintage door knobs!
Allen Antique Barn
Most wares are in good shape and, for the most part, the place is well organized. If you're not familiar with the building, however, you might just get lost!
We happen to have purchased it and — eh hem — got a great deal. This place regularly updates their website with their newest acquisitions, which makes finding what you're looking for a lot easier. It's packed with a ton of mint condition furniture and other finds. You're going to want to carve out a few hours to spend here browsing the many vendor booths. It's huge and packed with various vendor booths selling mint and good condition antique finds. It's been many years since the store has operated under that name. Now, the place is dedicated to to selling vintage furniture, jewlery, and clothing. Michigan antique stores offer unique and rare treasures. Your unwanted vintage furniture or home decor item will become a treasure for someone else.
Additionally, old and historic buildings are salvaged for unique vintage architectural items. These old architectural items can be beautifully re-purposed in new and remodeled homes. Some of these shops are near other housewares stores that have smaller items for the home, and we've tried to note those in the descriptions. We've mostly included antiques, with a few new places, and something for every price point. Did we miss your favorite store in or just outside the city?
Under each photo, there should be a website for each store.
Every piece comes with the address of the abandoned home the wood and items were reclaimed from. They sell dining room tables, along with side and console tables and flooring. Both floors are stocked with a variety of antiques from different local vendors. Not only will you find interesting old furniture, but they also have a lot of clothing, jewelry, and collectibles. They've been in the same location since '84, and stock anything and everything you need or want for your collection. Specializing in fine art, the long-standing auction house carries a wide variety of super fancy furniture and wares.
You can browse online or bid in person at their live auction. Inside, find furniture made from reclaimed wood, along with fun decor and barware. They also offer workshops so you can learn how to make your own unique items for your home.
You can find furniture, old advertisements, industrial salvage, and more in their space. Their collection appeals to a variety of styles, from midcentury to art deco to farmhouse. The antique store is an exciting notion for bargain hunters and lovers of past relics. It gets a nod on this list for its sheer mass, however, as it takes up a large portion of an entire fairground.
Check out everything from porch and garden to camp and cottage material with a full selection of jewelry to round it out. Vintage bottles, vintage advertising, and many more exciting possibilities await. Not a particularly impressive note on its own, but given that the shop itself is located inside a lake cottage that's over 100 years-old, that means the shop not only has antiques but is one itself. With 100 dealers and 25, 000 square-feet to its name, this recently-renovated structure will offer plenty of antiques for shoppers to browse. Those interested in selling, meanwhile, will likewise find a warm welcome here as there are some special incentives afoot for those who want to become vendors in this massive space. It's the largest antique mall in the entire state, boasting over 400 different booths in a space measuring 40, 000 square-feet total. The best part is that the prices here are often so good, it's frequented by other dealers looking to catch a potentially profitable piece of new inventory, which means your chances of a good deal shoot up to match.