Village Antique Mall is home to more than 60 antique vendors located in one 12,000 square-foot air-conditioned building! We feature a huge collection of hard-to-find antique furniture, fine and vintage costume jewelry, lighting, garden iron and decor, shabby chic,  glassware, American art pottery,  pocket watches, knives, books, Asian antiques, nostalgia and retro items. We truly have something for everyone!

Featuring an exceptional variety of antiques for over 17 years!!!

Open daily 10 a.m. –  6 p.m. There’s always plenty of Parking!

405 North Highland Street, Mount Dora FL 32757
Located on the corner of Highland Street and Fifth Avenue!

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Village Antique MallFriday, August 19th, 2016 at 8:57am
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Village Antique MallSunday, August 7th, 2016 at 1:41am
Saw a Rubik's cube in our shop yesterday –Oh my… I guess I'm gettin' old! 😂
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Village Antique MallMonday, August 1st, 2016 at 4:27am
Willis Haviland Carrier, American engineer and inventor, is known as the man who invented modern air conditioning. In Florida, we really like this man.
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Village Antique MallSaturday, July 16th, 2016 at 12:31am
What a creative and sweet idea! 💜💞💜💞
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Grab some pretty doilies and make these cute cake domes! Get the DIY Tutorial: http://wmdy.us/mlEiFdd
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Village Antique MallThursday, July 14th, 2016 at 7:19am
One of my favorite things is when a young woman brings some vintage Corning®Ware to our sales counter and says, "This was my Mom's pattern!"
and thus starts her collection….
A true piece of retro American history, Corning®Ware was introduced in 1958 - and was considered very innovative for the time. The material, Pyroceram®, was a mixture of ceramic and glass created originally during the space race in the 1950's to absorb the huge temperature fluctuations in rocket nose cones.
This is Corning®Ware's "Crazy Daisy" - my Mom's pattern…
Did you have a Corelle pattern growing up?
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