With more than 800 dealer booths, this is the place to find items like Tiffany lamps, old paintings, ancient furniture, and all sorts of otherwise unique and weird antiques.
Carries second-hand clothes and housewares.
Vendors sell incense, beads, international foods, antiques, and other new and used items every weekend.
Carries second-hand clothes, housewares, and furnishings.
The gallery hosts monthly, two-day estate auctions of items like fine art paintings and sculptures and decorative art and furniture.
Packed with (reasonably priced) used electronics, clothing, furniture, and household goods, the nonprofit also helps developmentally disabled adults in the East Bay.
Offers a combination of salvaged goods and crafting supplies, from old photographs and fabrics to furniture and film canisters.
Offers clothing, dishes, home decor, and small appliances.
The weekly flea market features vendors slinging new and used goods like bicycles, records, antiques, and more.
An antique and collectible shop with unique items, gifts, and side furniture.
A shop selling furniture, mattresses, Zen supplies, Asian antiques, paintings, custom-made frames, and futons.
A full-service auction house that appraises and sells antiques and fine art. Michaan's also has a large theater that's available for rental.
A daily flea market with vendors that will sell you anything from tires to porn.
The shop houses a large number of antiques and collectibles ranging from 25-cent knickknacks to pricey works of fine art.
This antiques shop feels like your grandmother's house, with all sorts of odds and ends: crocheted doilies, dainty teacups and saucers, small Persian rugs, vintage children's books, and the like.