Tsantilis Antiques is located in the heart of Athens and is the oldest and most prestigious antique store in the city. The store enjoys accreditation by international major media houses and high-end collectors as the most respectable source of premium artifacts. For three generations, this store has maintained a passion for history and artifacts from the past and has served collectors, designers, museums, and of course, more casual shoppers simply searching for beauty. Located in Athens since the 1930s, the store itself has a rich history of its own, making it the perfect home for fascinating antiques.
All of the pieces found in Tsantilis Antiques are selected with expert connoisseurship and an eye towards the unique. The store was founded on integrity and a sincere appreciation of artistry. Today, these are values that remain central to the business and are the reason that the store has continued successful trading over the decades. The team at Tsantilis Antiques is uniquely qualified and expert in their field. Collectors can buy and sell antiques confident in the knowledge that they receive the very best advice and expertise.
The vast inventory found in Tsantilis Antiques ranges through 18th, 19th, and 20th century European, American, Middle Eastern, and Asian works of art, including paintings, furniture, sculpture, silverware, and ornamental pieces. The collection also includes exclusive works of art from Russia, Japan, India, France, and the United Kingdom. Visitors will also find fabulous gilt bronze and decorative items like urns, statues, mantel clocks, centerpieces, vases, candelabra, wall lights, sconces, chandeliers, and furniture.
Walking through the displays at Tsantilis Antiques is just like browsing through a museum. It can certainly take just as long to see and admire everything within! Collectors will find so many pieces here worthy of bringing home with them, and those seeking something unique and artistic for their home will not be disappointed. This is an incredible store and worth seeking out on your next trip to Athens.