Celebrating 40 years' experience selling to clients from around the world, Solvang Antiques is widely recognized as one of the country’s finest antique galleries. They feature 18th & 19th C. furniture showcased with an exceptional selection of restored antique clocks, watches and music boxes, decorative accessories, antique lighting, sterling silver and exquisite antique & estate jewelry. See below for some of our latest New Additions.

SUMMER SALE

Summer Sale Going On Now! 
Save 20-60% off on jewelry, fine art, furniture, clocks, watches, music boxes and more. Click here to see all our sale items

Shown above: American Regina Corona Disc Changer Music Box, Circa 1890

SUMMER SALE JEWELRY

40% off  Select Jewelry!
Over 100 pieces of jewelry on sale at 40% off. Click here to see all our jewelry on sale.

Shown above: Three Sapphire Diamond 18K Gold Ring

PERIDOT FOR AUGUST

Antique platinum and 18K gold peridot and onyx bracelet, circa 1900. This 6.5″ bracelet has five oval peridot and six baguette onyx stones, and 20 single cut diamonds at 0.44 carat total weight VS-I1 clarity G-I color. Learn more.

 

FEATURED ITEM 

Antique American and German ME Lamp Gothic hand cut fretwork clock, circa 1890. This one-of-a-kind art clock has cut fretwork and eight day movement with hour and half hour gong strike and is made by M.E. Lamp of Morgan, Minnesota. Learn more.

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