Antique Furniture Store: The Paisley Shop

The Paisley Shop
The Paisley Shop

Run by Shaun Jackson with his semi-retired father, Bill, The Paisley Shop is Canada’s oldest antique business. This shop has been dealing in fine antiques since 1926, focusing mainly on 18th and 19th century furniture, porcelain, glass, and decorative accessories. The exceptional history and tradition of this shop guarantee that you’ll find only the best antique pieces here. It’s located in the very heart of Yorkville.

Portfolio

The selection of antique furniture and accessories at Paisley Shop is really wide, including cabinets, chairs, chests, clocks, commodes, desks, lighting, mirrors porcelain, prints, sideboards, tables, and wardrobes. The staff here is always willing to answer all your questions and give you useful advice and information about every single piece in this shop.

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The Paisley Shop

The Paisley Shop is one of the most sought-out antique stores among high-end antique furniture collectors. On the other hand, if you’re buying antique furniture for the first time, you shouldn’t miss this shop since you’ll find a lot of important information and ideas — and maybe also a unique, exquisite antique piece.

The opening hours are quite short, but you can book an appointment (even on Saturdays) and browse through the admirable collection of antiques at The Paisley Shop.

Opening Hours

Monday-Friday: 10:00 A.M. – 12:30 P.M.
(or other times by appointment - Mondays to Saturdays)

Contact

877 Yonge Street
Phone: 416 923 5830 or 416 500 4902
Fax: 416 923 8651
Email: sales@paisleyshop.com
www: www.paisleyshop.com

One thought on “Antique Furniture Store: The Paisley Shop

July 13, 2014 at 4:52 pm
Madison Koekkoek says:

Hi, I have an ornate metal cross from the late 1800s. It is about 5′ tall and would look absolutely stunning in a modern condo. I was just inquiring as to whether or not this is something you would be interested in purchasing, and if not, if you had any suggestions as any other dealer/store/designer interested in this type of piece.

I would be more than happy to send photos if you would like.
Thanks a million, Madison.

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