Red Bank’s abundance of an0que dealers and shops has drawn collectors and aficionados from all over the northeast since the 1970s. If your heart beats faster at the thought of spending a day (or two) immersed in an0ques, vintage items, and collectables, then Red Bank is the place for you. Whether you are dipping your toe in the water for the first 0me or are a seasoned collector, our approachable and knowledgeable dealers and vendors will take the time to answer your questions and help you find what you seek.
Monmouth Street Emporium: In its 22nd year in Red Bank, this emporium houses 15 unique shops in one convenient location. Here you can find antique furniture, vintage, shabby chic, jewelry, home décor items, and other special and desirable treasures. (27 Monmouth Street)
Red Bank Antique Center Buildings I & II: For more than 40 years, the Red Bank An0que Center has been the destination for designers, collectors, movie and stage designers and dealers to find treasures, collectables, jewelry and furnishings. Explore the wares of multiple dealers in the heart of Red Bank’s antique district. (195 West Front Street)
Red Bank Antique Center Building III: Find more of the same amazing antiques and collec0bles found in Buildings I &II—more knowledgeable dealers and more opportunities to complete your collection, find a truly unique gift, or add vintage charm to your home. (226 West Front Street)
Ambiance: This establishment offers the discerning collector European antiques as well as reproductions and collectables to enhance your home and garden. Stop by to browse and speak with their knowledgable staff. (191 West Front Street)
Monmouth Stamp and Coin: For more than 50 years, Monmouth Stamp and Coin offered sought-aYer U.S. Coins World Coins, U.S. and World Currency, Ancient Coins, U.S. and World Stamps, Vintage Sports Cards, and Old Picture Postcards. They stock a wide rang of accessories for the collector and provide expert appraisal services. (39 Monmouth Street)
Stillwell House Fine Art and Antiques: Immerse yourself in noteworthy fine art, pre-industrial revolution era Antiques, Meissen Porcelain, and important antique accessories. The owner/operators of this lovely establishment are passionate about their hand-picked collection and are eager to share their knowledge. (212 West Front Street)
British Codage: Purveyors of fine hardwood furniture hand crafted in Europe, British Codage also offers custom upholstery from Hickory White and Century Furniture. Just minutes from Red Bank’s famed Arts & Antiques district, stop by to see their extensive Inventory. (126 Shrewsbury Avenue)