The antiques shops are like small museums housing sets of spectacular plates and other pieces from the finest porcelain factories, extraordinary crystal, objects of amazing craftsmanship in silver and vermeil. Beautiful bureaus, dining tables, chairs, desks, highboys, and other 19th century furniture as well as spectacular chandeliers and accessories are on display. Asian 19th century wardrobes, painted furniture, porcelains, Tang horses, and other treasures, as well as some Native American pieces round out the collections. The gallery owners and antique dealers of Third Street South welcome the opportunity to talk to you about what you love and might want to collect.
382 12th Avenue South
The oldest gallery of American art in the southeastern United States, Harmon-Meek Galery was established in 1964 on Third Street South in Naples. Harmon-Meek Gallery is one of the most respected fine art galleries in the country. Harmon-Meek Gallery has loaned over 300 exhibitions to more than 80 art museums in 27 states. Harmon-Meek|modern is the latest expansion of Harmon-Meek Gallery and marks a return to Third Street South District for this family-owned gallery. Harmon-Meek|modern directly represents over 40 major American Artists, whose works are in the permanent collections of the most prominent art museums internationally. Harmon-Meek|modern features exhibitions of contemporary American art throughout the season of November-May.
1190 Third Street South
The Englishman has been a landmark fine art gallery for 25 years earning the trust of discerning antique collectors worldwide. Our Naples gallery features an exceptional fine art collection along with distinctive representation of the 18th, 19th, and early 20th century antiques. Over the years The Englishman has provides antique collectors with the highest quality collectibles in an inspiring gallery venue. Beauty, diversity, and quality are the undeniable features of the collections at The Englishman. Our paintings, furnishing, and accessories come from diverse resources throughout Europe. Where necessary, they are carefully restored in our London workshops. To view our entire collection, be sure to visit our website.