I have been to this antique store two times and they really have a lot of wonderful pieces. The store is packed and there is something for everyone. The only negative I have to say, is that the store is dusty-dusty-dusty......My allergies went into over drive.
If you find yourself in Summit, NJ for a wedding, or a holiday week-end, etc., save an hour or two to spend wandering about in the two-story jam-packed Summit Antiques Center. There truly is something for everyone Inside! And if you are sentimental, you'll be sure to spot something that you used to see as a child in your grandmother's house! And by the way, there's a free parking lot behind the center. Don't be afraid to bargain over the price. Have fun!
This is a nice Antiques Center with over 60 dealers featuring a variety of antiques, collectables, paintings, furniture and whatever. The Center is open 7 days a week from 11am to 5pm with parking in the back. We stopped by this past Saturday and discovered the dealers were having a 20% sale on all their items, of course my wife found something she couldn't life without.
I have been here several times but never thought to review it. This is a "clearing house" styled Antiques Center - with various vendors. the last time i was there, there was a central check out area - but these things can change in a blink of an eye. The staff is pleasant, helpful and interested in what you are looking for. Remember that there are several vendors, so it's really up to you to poke around to find what you might specifically be looking for. You can spend hours looking looking looking - and it's a great way to spend the afternoon. This is a large, two floor center, with tons of things to look at and new things often. I probably visit every few months. More often and you probably won't see a lot of change. As others have mentioned, there is a "dust quotient" here - but i have never seen an antiques center without some dust and "age" in it. There are sales periodically, and the dealers will definitely work with customers regarding prices. There are floor people easily accessed to get into locked cabinets or jewelry counters. If you find yourself with a little time of an afternoon - or weekend - stop by and browse - i bet you find a treasure to take home!
We live fairly locally and go here about 4 times per year. Go too often, as with any place, and not enough has changed. There are always enough people working to get a key to a case or more information. Dealers will work with you on price if you ask and the center does run special sales, as another reviewer mentioned. As is very often the case, there is more to the first floor than the second. One can easily spend an hour here. On our trip this Labor Day weekend, we found many booths looked recently restocked (as we had been there within a month or two). You will find: jewelry, furniture, glassware, postcards (lots - 2nd floor), furniture, kitchen ware, prints, to name a few.