The thrill of the hunt, the ecstasy of the find—antiquers know these emotions well, and there's plenty of opportunity for emoting in St. Louis, Missouri. Take our tour of the city through its antique stores and galleries and get those acquisitive juices flowing.
A singular sensibility informs the collection here, including strange ecclesiastical art and mid-century ephemera.
Mainstay in Cherokee Antique Row has been serving loyal customers for decades.
Antique mall on Manchester Rd., an amalgam of numerous dealers, swings toward mid-century.
Museum-quality furniture, accessories and art has been a trusted destination since 1948 (moving soon, but offering pre-moving bargains)
Narrowly focused obsessions with local art, mission furniture and Native American artifacts inform this second-floor gallery.
You never, I repeat never, know what's in store at this roomy antique gallery on The Hill, but everything was chosen with a decorator's eye.
This mid-century dealer maintains a high-quality collection of streamlined furniture and accessories.
High-end dealer in the Central West End shows elegantly flamboyant furniture, accessories and art.