Antique Shop Online

Our showroom is now open Friday through Sunday 11am-4pm! Information:

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 shops online. We feature exquisite vintage and antique items and vintage and estate jewelry, including necklaces, bracelets, engagement rings, wedding rings, and brooches. You can also find restored antique wrist watches and pocket watches.

At Solvang Antiques, we also take great pride in our fine art collection. These antique and contemporary art pieces feature various mediums, such as bronze, pastel and oil paint. With such diversity, you’re sure to find an iconic piece for your room’s focal point.

We source the highest-quality estate, vintage, and antique items. Start shopping in our antique shop online now.


Artist Spotlight & Sale featuring Keith Batcheller this week only! Save 30% through Thursday. Shop now. For more than 30 years, painter and illustrator Keith Batcheller worked nationally for many major companies creating designs and paintings... Learn more. Shown above: Knott’s 41



Estate heart ruby & diamond 18KW pendant on chain. This 18 karat white gold pendant features a .50 carat heart cut ruby. The heart ruby is encircled with 12 round brilliant cut diamonds at .36 carat total weight having VS2-SI1 clarity and F-H color.  Learn more.



Vintage 14K gold Rolex Oyster Perpetual wrist watch, circa 1962. This vintage Rolex wrist watch features a 14 karat gold case with the original brushed silver dial and dauphine hands. The Rolex Oyster Perpetual wrist watch has a 26 jewel movement. Learn more.



Celebrating Earth Day

Happy Earth Day! We’re happy to be celebrating this day by featuring pieces that commemorate the beautiful world around us. Read on to view select fine art, jewelry, and more all with nature themes.

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Spotlight: Bateman Silver

The Bateman family are known as the most famous silversmiths of the Georgian era. Hester Bateman and her children created beautiful works of art in silver that still survive today. Read on and learn more about the Bateman family.

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