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Castle House Antiques is located in Mississippi, and is owned by Donnie and Darlene Register. Specializing in fine 18th & 19th century antique furniture, clocks, porcelains, stained glass, and decorative items for the home, as well as 17th - 19th century fine antiquarian leather bound books, written in English.

We started in the antique business in 1970 with a $25.00 investment in an antique clock that didn't even run. Donnie repaired it, sold it, and bought 2 more. In the beginning, we sold antique clocks at shows. Then, in 1976 we opened our first location. The Antique Clock Shop of Jackson, MS. We have sold more than 30,000 antique clocks over the years. Back in the early 70's we were selling clocks faster than we could buy and repair them. By 1977, after only 1 year in business, we could no longer buy enough clocks to stay in business. So we found a larger building and expanded our business to include antique furniture. We became direct European importers,and we were importing a 40 foot container load of antiques every 6 weeks!!! As a result of this, a name change for our business was in order. We became Antiques Unlimited.

In 1996 we opened The Antique Market, in the Historic Fondren District of Jackson, MS. We closed that location at the end of March, 2012.

We plan to open in a new location in the near future under the name of Castle House Antiques, the name of our website. But in the meantime, we will be selling at antique shows across the United States..

Altogether, we've been in the antiques business for 42 years. Our long term success has been the direct result of 2 things. First, we have placed a strong emphasis on providing quality merchandise to our customers at a reasonable price. Second, we have made every possible attempt to establish a relationship of trust and integrity with our customers. And we absolutely stand behind the items we sell.

Repeat business has been an essential part of our success. We treat our customers with respect, and we always strive to provide personalized service, both before and after the sale. We want our customers to be happy with their purchases.....and equally as happy with the way they have been treated. Your satisfaction is important to us!

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The Poems of Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Oxford Edition, 1921. This item features a very fine tree calf binding with raised spine, gold tooling, and colored label....


This pair of vintage cast iron book ends, are copper plated and display extremely detailed depictions of ships.


Men of Our Times or Leading Patriots of the Day by Harriet Beecher Stowe, First Edition, 1868. This illustrated book is bound in original green cloth binding wi...


The Story of an African Farm by Ralph Iron, 1896. Very fine signed exhibition Riviers & Son binding, bound in full green leather binding with raised bands ...


A sterling silver napkin ring made in Birmingham, England. This piece is monogrammed GDF.


Monogrammed ACK this sterling silver napkin ring was made in Birmingham, England.


19th century bronze hand painted porcelain hand mirror, featuring its original mirror.


Victorian, glass bull dog, eyes not orginal.




A Bisque doll marked Patent No. 30441. This is a Nippon doll.


Victorian, brass ink well from England with liner and hinged lid.


Miniature Church Services, with a decorative brass clasp, 1860. Bound in full brown leather binding, with triple ruled blind tooled border, on outer edges of...

$235.00 OBO

Poetical Works of James Montgomery. The two volumes by this Scottish poet were bound in 1866. The volumes feature very fine blind tooled leather binding with ra...


Exceptional Engraved Brass Coin purse with Ivory panels on front and Back with Silver Overlay, flowers, 1860. Signed Brevete', bought in England. Lined in cobal...


This papier mache, single pedestal table displays elegant mother of pearl inlay and scalloped edges.


This a a sterling silver napkin ring with two engravings. The first reads King's Own Borders and the second reads Gilliam. This piece was made in Birmingham, En...


19th Century tortoise shell over ivory card case, with mother of pearl.


A delightful cut glass cruet set.


The Works of Edmund Spenser by R. Morris, 1902, very fine. Features Bickers & Son tree calf binding, and raised spine with gold tooling.


This hand painted blue and white porcelain charger shows beautiful Victorian style.