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.


Our annual Spring Art Show is going on now! In conjunction with Judith Hale Gallery.  Learn more.

Shown above: Anne Bridge Buckets of Fun


Vintage 5.65 carat aquamarine diamond pendant on chain, circa 1960. This 14 karat white gold pendant has one 5.65 carat emerald cut aquamarine and three round diamonds at 0.09 carat total weight with SI1 clarity and G-H color. This vintage aquamarine pendant comes on an 18 inch 14 karat white gold chain.  Learn more.


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

Shown above: English George III Document with Wax Seal


A. Gaudez bronze sculpture Mignon, circa 1880-90. This bronze sculpture by French artist Adrien Gaudez (1845-1902) depicts a young girl with a mandolin. Learn more.  


You can now special order limited edition bronzes from artists such as Marty Goldstein.  You will find this new section listed under the Judith Hale Gallery within Fine Art. Click here.

Shown above:   Mini Sylvester by Marty Goldstein



Artist Spotlight: Erté

The 1920s was a time of advancement in the arts, culture and design. The artist Erté (1892-1990) captured the essence of the Art Deco period in his paintings, drawings, costume and jewelry design. Erté was born Roman Petrovich Tyrtov in St. Petersburg, Russia on November 23, 1892. His father was a distinguished admiral in the […]

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A Celebration of Tiffany Glass

Louis Comfort Tiffany created some of the most beautiful and enchanting glass in American history. Here, you will learn a little bit more about his endeavors and see some exquisite examples of his work. Louis Comfort Tiffany (1848-1933) was once of America’s premier glass artists. His career flourished from the 1870s to the 1920s and […]

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