With over 40 years of experience selling to clients from around the world, Solvang Antiques is widely recognized as one of the country’s finest antique galleries. They feature exquisite antique, vintage and estate jewelry, and 18th and 19th C. furniture showcased with an exceptional selection of restored antique clocks, watches and music boxes, decorative accessories, antique lighting and sterling silver.

JEWELRY SALE

ALL Jewelry is on sale NOW. Save up to 80% ! Click here for our jewelry sale section or browse our jewelry categories.

Shown above: 1.80 Carat Emerald and Diamond Ring

FEATURED ITEM 

Estate set of eight Louis XVI style dining chairs. This American set of carved walnut chairs feature dark blue satin upholstery. This set of 8 dining chairs are made by Karges of Grand Rapids, Michigan. Learn more.

RED TAG SALE

Save 20-80% on select furniture, clocks, fine art, music boxes and more! Click here for our sale section.

Shown above: Embroidered Mahogany Fire Screen, circa 1879.

AMETHYST FOR FEBRUARY 

Vintage 4.0 carat amethyst and diamond 18K gold ring, circa 1950-1960. This ring has one center oval amethyst at 4.0 carats and eight oval amethysts at approximately 4.0 carat total weight with eight full cut diamonds at 0.75 carat total weight SI2-I1 clarity G-H color.  Learn more

 

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