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#1 of 462 attractions in Shanghai
Category: Shops
Owner description: SHANGHAI GREEN ANTIQUES is Shanghai's largest and most spectacular antiques shop, with a truly amazing 100,000 sq.ft.... more » Owner description: SHANGHAI GREEN ANTIQUES is Shanghai's largest and most spectacular antiques shop, with a truly amazing 100,000 sq.ft. showroom covering four buildings connected by bridges and containing literally thousands of pieces of antique Chinese furniture, Ming and Qing Dynasty architectural elements, minorities and folk art, religious artifacts, and household items of every description. A dream come true for architects / interior designers / shop owners / homeowners and families alike! The Shanghai Green Antiques free showroom tour (usually conducted by Curator Jason or Manager Marcus) is probably the best and most fun living museum tour in Shanghai China - you'll learn all about the artisans of old China, their art and their daily life, what the Mandarins had their servants carry to weddings, how ancient houses and temples were built and what items were both on and in them, how the Great Leap Forward and Cultural Revolution significantly effected the antiques collection, and even where common farmers stored their chopsticks. The fact that you can actually buy a piece of the history which you learn about on the tour is a wonderful bonus! The Shanghai Green Antiqeus collection includes cabinets of all shapes and sizes and age; interior and exterior courtyard doors; windows; carvings; tables; chairs; canopy and day beds; wood and stone Buddhist, Taoist, Confucionist, Shenism, Animist, and other statues; corbels, ceilings, beams and other architectural elements; ancestor portraits and Buddhist / Taoist paintings; ancient shrines, thrones and wedding palanquins; beautiful antique embroidery, purses and hats from many of the 56 minority tribes of China, and a unique and substantial selection of Cultural Revolution Memorabilia and Poster Art. Also a fabulous collection of the small elegant pieces you need to finish any room, including boxes, baskets, chests, pots, vases and other items. They have on hand in their shop today tens of thousands of Ming Dynasty, Qing Dynasty, Cultural Revolution and even much older items, each and every one lovingly hand-made by the best local artisans of the day, unique and special, and just waiting for a new home, office, gallery or lobby in which they can continue to be loved, cherished and appreciated. GREEN ANTIQUES is not your grandma’s antiques shop. Their world famous collection is meticulously maintained and carefully edited to support the creative works of leading interior designers and architects from Shanghai to New York to San Francisco to London to Palm Beach - each and every piece has been carefully selected over the past three decades and is guaranteed to add significant beauty, cultural intrigue, and stunning visual interest to the interior design of any home, office, gallery, shop, showroom, bar, restaurant, hotel or museum. Call their English speaking showroom curator, Jason in advance of your visit so that he can meet you for a personalized tour. No need to bring your wallet – a free guided tour around their 100,000 sq.ft. showroom is as fun and informative as a trip to the Shanghai Museum!WHAT TO BUY AT GREEN ANTIQUES?Cabinets -- Doors -- Windows – Wall Hangings --- Wall Art -- Carvings -- Tables -- Chairs --- Beds --- Statues – Corbels --- Ceilings --- Reclaimed Architectural Elements --- Ancestor Portraits --- Paintings --- Shrines and Thrones --- Minority Tribal Clothing – Boxes --- Baskets --- Chests and Pots.WHAT MAKES GREEN ANTIQUES SO SPECIAL? After collecting throughout the country for their personal private collection over the past three decades, the Green Antiques owners have just recently permitted their incredible showroom to be opened to the public for viewing and purchase of these fine pieces -- which means that the collection has never been picked-over and still includes almost exclusively one-of-a-kind irreplaceable objects. THE IMPORTANCE OF AUTHENTICITY AND MARKET VALUE AT GREEN ANTIQUES Concerned about authenticity or market value? Don't worry, Green Antiques' curator Jason is a nationally and internationally certified Chinese antiques appraiser. He is always happy to discuss current and future predicted valuations of any of their antiques, and to provide certificates of authenticity. WHAT TO PAY? Quite reasonable prices for unique one-of-a-kind irreplaceable antique furniture, furnishings and architectural pieces - nice bed carvings as low as US$5 and provincial baskets from $10, furniture for less than IKEA, up to world-class museum quality palanquins and other extremely rare and culturally significant items as high as $100,000 and up.HOW TO GET TO GREEN ANTIQUES? Green Antiques is conveniently located within a 5 minute drive from the Outlet Mall and Jisheng Weibang Furniture Outlet Mall on Jiasong Zhong Road in the Qingpu District of Shanghai, right by Xujing village and close to all of the international schools. « less
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#2 of 462 attractions in Shanghai
Category: Malls
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Owner description: NuoMi is a Shanghai-based fashion brand that creates beautiful, timeless pieces for confident, stylish women in pure,... more » Owner description: NuoMi is a Shanghai-based fashion brand that creates beautiful, timeless pieces for confident, stylish women in pure, luxurious, and responsibly-sourced fabrics like bamboo, silk and cashmere. NuoMi is part of BrownRice Designs, a social enterprise that offers training internships to special needs and homeless young people, as well as a livelihood program that provides employment, training and support to allow single mothers and mothers of special needs children to create NuoMi clothes in their homes. When a woman steps out in our one-off designs, she is helping Nuomi to "change lives one stitch at a time." « less
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#4 of 462 attractions in Shanghai
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Category: Shops; Flea/ Street Markets
Owner description: Yuyuan is a bustling marketplace set in an old Chinese neighborhood with traditional architecture and shops selling... more » Owner description: Yuyuan is a bustling marketplace set in an old Chinese neighborhood with traditional architecture and shops selling everything from dumplings to kitsch. A great place for people-watching and picking up Chinese souvenirs, and close to the nearby Yuyuan Gardens. « less
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Category: Flea/ Street Markets; Landmarks/ Points of Interest
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#14 of 462 attractions in Shanghai
Category: Malls; Art Galleries
This is an innovative and sophisticated complex of up-scale retail shops, art galleries, fine dining and entertainment.
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Category: Shops
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#17 of 462 attractions in Shanghai
Category: Flea/ Street Markets
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Category: Flea/ Street Markets
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#19 of 462 attractions in Shanghai
Category: Flea/ Street Markets
Owner description: This street is for Foreigners mostly but also for anybody else.This place is great place to find resturants from different... more » Owner description: This street is for Foreigners mostly but also for anybody else.This place is great place to find resturants from different countries,Cafes,Sports bars, Breweries, a very Lively nite life a must see! Also the street is very scenic s well! « less
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Category: Malls
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#23 of 462 attractions in Shanghai
Category: Department Stores
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Category: Flea/ Street Markets
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Category: Flea/ Street Markets
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