Architectural Antiques Exchange

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  • Adwoa Dadzie
  • 1 year ago
It has very nicely items but super overpriced. You’re better off getting similar vintage pieces on Etsy or eBay, or better yet check out nearby auctions (online due to COVID). I saw a gorgeous pier mirror. They charged $2800!! I saw one I liked better on eBay for $800. I think they should be really embarrassed by their price gauging.

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Address: 721 N 2nd St, Northern Liberties, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania  19123, US
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Architectural Antiques Exchange is a Antique store located at 721 N 2nd St, Northern Liberties, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania  19123, US.

The business is listed under antique store, antique furniture restoration service, antique furniture store, bar, fireplace store, restaurant supply store category. It has received 13 reviews with an average rating of 3.9 stars. Their services include In-store shopping . Accepted payment methods include Checks , Debit cards , Credit cards .

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Reviews:

  • Adwoa Dadzie
  • 1 year ago
It has very nicely items but super overpriced. You’re better off getting similar vintage pieces on Etsy or eBay, or better yet check out nearby auctions (online due to COVID). I saw a gorgeous pier mirror. They charged $2800!! I saw one I liked better on eBay for $800. I think they should be really embarrassed by their price gauging.
  • Kate S.
  • 2 years ago
AMAZING selection of giant pieces, I feel like they cater mostly to outfitting retail spaces Definitely worth browsing as they have a really unique curation of pieces
  • Joe Palma
  • 2 years ago
Cool place to look around, BUT don't think you'll be getting any good deals on old stuff. The prices are flat out INSANE!
  • Lake Naomi
  • 3 years ago
The inventory is incredible; gorgeous furniture, light fixtures, bars, signage, some nice sink basins, mirrors, columns. The experience only soured when we tried to ask the price of something unmarked, had a tough time finding anyone to help, located the office and tried to signal to the person inside for help through the window. The man was on the phone so we waited for him to finish up, waited for ten solid minutes while he spun around in his chair making eye contact with us, not seeming eager to help. At least put your finger up to signal you need a minute to wrap the call up. Guess they didn't need the sale that badly.
  • Tracy K
  • 3 years ago
This place is history standing still. We purchased a beautiful virgin Mary statue that is breathtaking. Will definitely revisit if ever in the area again.

Health and Safety:

  • Mask required

Services:

  • In-store shopping

Short Features:

Architectural salvage & antiques depot Huge warehouse offering antique furnishings & salvaged architectural pieces such as mantels & doors.

Payments:

  • Checks
  • Debit cards
  • Credit cards

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Here are some reviews from our users.

"It has very nicely items but super overpriced. You’re better off getting similar vintage pieces on Etsy or eBay, or better yet check out nearby auctions (online due to COVID). I saw a gorgeous pier mirror. They charged $!! I saw one I liked better on eBay for $. I think they should be really embarrassed by their price gauging."

"AMAZING selection of giant pieces, I feel like they cater mostly to outfitting retail spaces Definitely worth browsing as they have a really unique curation of pieces"

"Cool place to look around, BUT don't think you'll be getting any good deals on old stuff. The prices are flat out INSANE!"

"The inventory is incredible; gorgeous furniture, light fixtures, bars, signage, some nice sink basins, mirrors, columns. The experience only soured when we tried to ask the price of something unmarked, had a tough time finding anyone to help, located the office and tried to signal to the person inside for help through the window. The man was on the phone so we waited for him to finish up, waited for ten solid minutes while he spun around in his chair making eye contact with us, not seeming eager to help. At least put your finger up to signal you need a minute to wrap the call up. Guess they didn't need the sale that badly."

"This place is history standing still. We purchased a beautiful virgin Mary statue that is breathtaking. Will definitely revisit if ever in the area again."

Accepted payments methods at Architectural Antiques Exchange include

  • Checks
  • Debit cards
  • Credit cards

Architectural Antiques Exchange has 3.9 stars from 13 reviews.

The address of Architectural Antiques Exchange is 721 N 2nd St, Northern Liberties, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, US.

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