Shopping: Antiques

A Dodson's The Art of Living ... Well

2948 Bridge Rd

A. Dodson’s is not just a store – it’s a destination. 
Unlike almost anything else in retail today, A. Dodson’s is a shopper’s oasis, where one can select from trendy clothing, distinctive home furnishings, exquisite gifts, and antiques of yesteryear. Serious about style, this shop is unpredictable, quirky, and alluring.


As Time Goes By Antiques

150 West Washington Street

As Time Goes By Antiques features an exquisite selection of chairs, armoires, fine linens, Victorian silver serving pieces, porcelains, china, glass ware, jewelry, dolls, oriental rugs, lithographs and original art.


Harmony House Antiques

3126 King's Highway

Nansemond Antique Shop

3533 Pruden Boulevard 

Antique business featuring glassware, furniture, silver china dolls, lamps, jewelry, silver flatware, estate pieces, plates, cut glass.


PCA Auctions and Antiques

1924 Holland Road

Booths include offerings in: fine art, period furnishings, military, vintage advertising, collectibles, furniture, décor, and more. PCA has an average of three sales per month; there is always a packed house so get there early!

Riddick's Folly House Museum Gift Shop

510 N. Main Street

Riddick's Folly House Museum's gift shop is located in the English basement of the museum, in what used to be the larder room. The gift shop stocks all new merchandise that includes artwork and pottery by local artisans, fine and costume jewelry, local history publications, Civil War items and collectibles. There are also home and garden accessories for the beach cottage, as well as contemporay and traditional homes. All major credit cards accepted. The Folly Gift Shop also offers shipping for your purchases, as well as a bridal registry.

Southern Gun Works

167 South Main Street

A wide selection of the finest limited edition military art is available at this unique store that also carries reproduction weapons for the re-enactor. War souvenirs, military firearms, uniforms, paper documents, war photos, swords, bayonets, and headgear on display.



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