Antique & Fine Furniture - Art - Antiques
Lift Top Antique Walnut Law Office or Library File Cabinet, Pat. 1914
French Style 1930's Vintage Carved Nightstand or End Table
Georgian Chippendale 1940's Vintage Mahogany Cedar Lined Blanket Chest or ...
Oak Antique Architectural Salvage 10' Fireplace Mantel, Mirror, Carved ...
Chinese Rosewood 1860 Antique Low Banquet Dining or Coffee Table, Pearl ...
Renaissance 93" Oak Antique 1900 Sideboard, Server, Console Buffet, Carved ...
Oak Swivel 1900 Antique Architect or Drafting Stool, Leather Seat, Signed
Country French Hand Carved & Hewn 1760 Era Antique Armoire, Fruitwood & Ash
Walnut 1930's Vintage Swivel Adjustable Desk Chair, Signed Kendrick
File or Collector Cabinet, Antique 50 Drawers Walnut, Glass Fronts
Industrial Salvage 9' Factory or Garden Landscaping Cart, Maple, Iron ...
Midcentury Modern 1960's Vintage End Table, Nightstand or Cabinet
About Harp Gallery Antique Furniture
Our Service PledgeWe respond to all inquiries and orders every business day. We guarantee the authenticity of all our items.
About UsWe are a recipient of the Best Antique Shop in Wisconsin award from Wisconsin Trails Magazine. Our expert restoration staff of 20 is constantly at work restoring and enhancing wonderful old treasures for you
to view here or on-site in our large gallery in Appleton, Wisconsin.
Who are we?
For 30 years, The Harp Gallery has refurbished antique and vintage furniture to like new condition. We sell fine older furniture for a fraction of the cost of new. Our staff of over 20 specialists guarantees expert restoration. Whether
you are seeking dining or bedroom furniture, desks or sofas, chandeliers or artwork, we may have what you need at substantial savings from new furniture prices.
Our gallery also features pianos, china, crystal, mirrors, rugs and estate jewelry, all at a fraction of the cost in a new retail store. Fireplace mantels, back bars, clocks, statues and bookcases are all part of our fascinating and
unique collection. Thousands of repeat customers have been happy with the quality and prices of our merchandise. All price ranges and styles are represented. We also sell over the internet, and supply many auctioneers,
decorators and antique dealers.
Where do our things come from?
Most of our furniture and accessories are from better Midwestern estates.
Good things come from good houses, and we are on the road several days each week
seeking treasures to bring to The Harp Gallery. Some things arrive in
showroom-ready condition. Most, however, need the tender loving care of our
restoration department. Our standard is to refurbish furniture to the condition
we would want in our own home.
Why does furniture cost less at The Harp Gallery?
We carefully buy only better quality furnishings that will be attractive to
another generation. Our restoration is done efficiently in batches by
experienced craftsman. Over many years, we have learned
how to professionally refinish and repair furniture, rewire lighting,
re-upholster, restore marble, carve missing parts, or whatever expertise is
Our large showroom is located at the Prospect Ave. exit from Hwy 41, not at
the high rent mall area. We do not have expensive ad campaigns. We do not have
artificially high prices and periodic ï¾“sales.ï¾” For these reasons, we are able to
present furnishings for the home and office at a fraction of the price of
comparable new furniture.
What about shopping hours and delivery?
The Harp Gallery is open 7 days a week, 10-5:30 Mon. thru Fri., 10-5 Sat.,
and 12-5 Sun. Our professional salespeople are always happy to help with
decorating ideas or locating the perfect piece for your needs. Our ï¾“red-letterï¾”
sign is highly visible where we face Hwy 41. We are located at the Prospect BB
exit off Highway 41, the southernmost Appleton exit. Exit East toward Appleton,
then immediately right onto the frontage road, Northern Road. Follow the curve
along the highway, and we are right there.
Our pieces have been sent to the entire US, including Hawaii and Alaska, and as far as Europe and the Far East. Our own delivery service regularly includes most of WI, Chicago, Minneapolis and St Louis. We can recommend movers listed on our Shipping Page (link) for shipping elsewhere in the US and around the world. Rates for a single piece of furniture in the 48 states will usually be $300-$550. It depends on which mover you choose, your location, etc. Large sets will, of course, be significantly more.
You can read more shipping information on the Terms of Sale page.