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 up to 60% off

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: Eight Light Cut Crystal Chandelier, Circa 1930-40


Summer Sale 40% off 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: 1.47 Carat Total Weight Opal Ring with Diamonds


Rubies for July

Vintage 1.14 carat oval ruby ring with diamonds, circa 1950. This 14 karat white gold ring has a center oval ruby at 1.14 carats, ten baguette diamonds at 0.30 carat total weight SI1 clarity H-I color and 30 round diamonds at 0.20 carat total weight SI2 clarity H-I color.  Learn more.



Antique French tantalus set with rosewood box, circa 1890. This set includes four etched glass decanters and sixteen etched apéritif glasses in an inlaid rosewood box. Learn more.


Animal Antiques

Throughout history, artisans of all cultures have incorporated animals into their work. From birds and bees to dogs and lions, these animal antiques have enchanted collectors for years. American Hand Painted Wooden Carousel Horse Attributed Stein and Goldstein Painting and Sculpture The first art pieces created by humankind incorporated animals. Nowadays, it is easy to […]

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Rubies for July

July’s birthstone is the beautiful and highly coveted Ruby. Its deep red hue has enchanted collectors and jewelry enthusiasts for thousands of years. 2.10 Carat Ruby and Diamond Ring Ruby is a stone from the mineral family corundum. It is a highly valuable stone, and the most valuable variation of corundum. Corundum is originally colorless, […]

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Antique Spotlight: American Clocks

Clockmaking in America is as old as the country itself. Today, American clocks have risen in popularity, and antique timepieces are collected worldwide. Read on and learn about the rich history of clockmaking in America. Porcelain Ansonia “La Vendee” Mantel Clock The history of clockmaking in America defines the ambitions, inventive genius and entrepreneurial spirit […]

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Staff Picks: June

This month, we’ve called on our sales staff to tell us what items are on their minds. Read on and discover our Staff Picks for June, including art glass, tall case clocks and opal jewelry. 55.52 CTW Cabochon Opal Necklace With Diamonds Jewelry This month, opal jewelry is a staff favorite. The above opal necklace […]

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