Boone Antique Mall

The Antique Mall that's got it all! Three floors of quality antiques, the selection is unbelievable. Furniture to glasswear to clocks and watches. More, more, more! Boone Antique Mall is formerly Harrod's Antiques. Boone Antique Mall is located in Historic Downtown Boone on West King Street next to Our Daily Bread Restaurant.

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Boone Antique Mall
805 W King St
Boone, NC 28607
Phone: (828) 262-0521

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