Located on Carroll Street near the old Don Jail, Five O Seven Antiques provides one of the largest collection of 18th and 19th century European antiques. After descending a massive metal rail staircase, customers are astonished by an enormous 35,000-square-foot showroom consisting of rows and rows of exquisite antiques in top condition. In addition, they display new shipments, garden, and architectural items on the second floor. Five O Seven Antiques is like a dreamland for every antique collector.
Five O Seven Antiques was established in 1989, and at that time, the store specialized in architectural and garden ornament, including its famous wrought iron reproductions designed and crafted at its former location at 507 King St East. However, the owner of Five O Seven Antiques, Kent Martin, is nowadays focusing mostly on fine antique furniture. And he’s doing outstandingly well, as most of Canada’s antiques resellers, collectors, decorators, and designers consider Five O Seven to be “the most reliable and knowledgeable source for the most exquisite antiques.“
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507 Antiques Furniture Store
Their selection is simply overwhelming, their staff is very well educated and congenial, and they provide excellent services. To make shopping at Five O Seven more accessible, all items are photographed and filed and staff emails pictures of the stock to customers. Moreover, they offer custom furnishing solutions and advice for your home as well as on-site restoration works and evaluation services. On the other hand, if you enjoy browsing through an abundance of antique pieces, you’ll be busy for several hours going through all the sofas, dressers, chests, consoles, chandeliers, armories, charming accent tables, gigantic mirrors, and much more.
This member of the Canadian Antique Dealers Association (CADA) deserves all stars and is definitely worth visiting.
Showroom will be opened by appointment only
50 Carroll Street (at Queen St. E.), lower level
2 thoughts on “Antique Furniture Store: 507 Antiques”
I am looking for a large armoire for storage and a decor feature for our new condo. What do you have?
I am looking for the beautiul tea set with the beautiful glass dome as shown in the December issue of house and home.