For this Wilson antiques dealer, the magical number is four - as in four continents, four centuries and four acres of antiques. What began as a small side business for tobacco auctioneer Edgar Boone in the early 1950’s has become an antique experience for any and all seeking quality pieces to accent their homes. Brothers Tom and Doug Boone, of Boone's Antiques, run the business their father began with the same commitment to integrity and a desire to share their knowledge with both retail and wholesale customers.
A must-see destination for North Carolina and Wilson antiques – the rooms and aisles of Boone’s Antiques are filled with distinctive pieces of every kind – grandfather clocks, rugs, Chinese and European porcelain, period English Chippendale, Queen Anne furnishings, and so much more. Also specialists in restoration, the on site cabinet shop carefully and skillfully restores the beauty of some of history’s most wonderful treasures.
“We believe that being able to answer questions and to speak about a piece’s history is as important as the quality of the piece itself. Our customers want to be educated during their shopping experience, which is exactly what we do for them,” Tom says. A trip to Boone’s Antiques, in Wilson, is the ultimate experience in establishing a one of a kind interior.