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Posted by Nicole Richards on Tuesday, September 23rd, 2014 at 11:40am.

Within Florida’s population, everyone is uniquely diverse from each other. Floridians include people from a variety of backgrounds, some who migrated or have moved to Florida, transporting their own matchless possessions with them. Florida has become such a great destination for antique stores, especially in Palm Beach, Florida.

From stylish clothing to custom furniture, everything ancient is fresh again in Florida. If it’s retro, early 20th century objects, Italian chandeliers or fun garden knick-knacks you are searching for, browse James & Jeffrey Antiques, located in West Palm Beach, FL. If your searching for a more modern look of furnishing finds such as tables, floor lamps or stuff from the ‘70s, go to Objects in the Loft. For rare Tiffany art glass and figures from the Japanese Meiji period, or aged chinaware from France head to Worth Avenue in Palm Beach, Florida. Or make a round trip and stop by A.B. Levy Gallery for fine arts. Additionally, there are also high-class merchants that sell museum worthy pieces and antique’s such as English Armoires and oriental rugs.

South Florida Antiquing brings you fun and interesting shopping through the Sunshine State for eclectic revenue on your home décor for a more elegant feel.

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