Where can you find antiques in Las Vegas?


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A key spot for antique shoppers in Las Vegas, Nev., is downtown on the so-called Antique Row along Western Avenue. Additional stores for Las Vegas antique hunters to check out include the Antique Mall of America, Past & Present and the Antiquities store situated in Caesar's Palace's Forum Shops.

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Antique Row in Las Vegas features many small stores that specialize in everything from antique furniture and jewelry to linens, china and even casino chips. Many stores feature mid-century antiques from Vegas' original heyday in the 1940s and 1950s. Some shops also sell hotel dishes and silverware that have been discontinued. Among the anchor stores of Antique Row is Not Just Antiques Mart, a 12,000-square-foot store with several centuries' worth of collectibles. The store sells on consignment and holds auctions daily.

The Antique Mall of America is a 50,000-square-foot antique superstore stocking furniture, artworks and jewelry. The store is divided into smaller boutiques and accepts articles on consignment.

Past & Present, east of the Las Vegas Strip, has been in existence for over 20 years as of 2014. It features both antiques and modern furniture and also sells a wide range of collectibles.

Antiquities is a collector's haven set in the middle of Caesar's Palace. Home to movie memorabilia and top-of-the-line vintage antiques, Antiquities provides certification and documentation for most of its pieces and features many photos and posters signed by movie stars and celebrities.

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