Governor's Antiques & Architectural Materials was founded by the late Gary Thomas in 1970. Over the past 47 years, we've expanded into one of the most complete antique complexes in the United States, with 7 acres and nearly 50,000 square feet under roof. Now under the direction of Jeff Thomas, Governor's is about as far from your average "antique shop" as it could be.
Take a few minutes to check out our website and get to know us. Where else can you find a Civil War musket, a stunning antique light fixture, miles of wrought iron fencing and gates, 400+ claw foot bath tubs, hundreds of doors, windows, and mantels, fine jewelry, custom furniture, and completely original lines of furniture, accessories, and jewelry? Here at Governor's...that's where.
The services we offer are second to none in our area. Our master craftsmen refinish and rebuild furniture, build, polish and rewire light fixtures, cut and bend glass, weld and fabricate iron and steel fencing and gates, build custom furniture and lighting...and much more.
Check us out on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Houzz and Pinterest. We post new and unique items often on social media to give you a little sampling of what we have in store. With over 5 million items in inventory, we have something for everyone, and it changes all the time.
This website is a brief introduction to the different things we have in our ever changing inventory, with a very small sampling of items for sale. Check back often to see new and exciting additions, and come see us if you're in the area. Governor's really has to be visited to be believed.
If you're interested in our online auctions, visit us at Governor's Auctions!
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday: 8am-5pm
Closed Sunday and Monday
***We do buy from individual homeowners, but our buying hours are ONLY Weds- Thurs from 10-3. If you have something you'd like to sell, feel free to email us pics and info at firstname.lastname@example.org. We usually cannot give you a price over the phone, but we can let you know if we're interested.
We also consign individual pieces and entire estates through Governor's Auctions.