History Roots of Braswell Galleries stem back to 1958 when Harvey Braswell opened a small used furniture store and auction in Amarillo, Texas. A strong southern antique market encouraged Harvey to acquire his inventory from the Northeast. Progressing relationships with shippers led the Braswell family to migrate to the New York area where Harvey Braswell continued his business with the southern market. After graduating college, Gary Braswell entered the business buying antiques and shipping them to the south. In the mid 1980's the southern market calmed, prompting Gary to open Braswell Galleries auction house in Norwalk, CT. Braswell Galleries relocated to Stamford, CT in 2001. Since returning to Norwalk in January 2008, Braswell Galleries has grown from a small local auction house to one of the Northeast’s largest antique and auction centers. Braswell Galleries antiques and Estate Center is now located in The Old Norwalk Lace Factory at 1 Muller Avenue, Norwalk, Connecticut. Today Braswell Galleries is the Northeast’s largest source for antiques and estate merchandise. It is one of the countries largest single owner antique shops offering a wide array of merchandise from the finest antiques to general home decorations at wholesale prices. Braswell Galleries – located at 1 Muller Avenue, Norwalk, CT. 06851., holds a large selection of fine quality antique furnishings and decorations from the 18th, 19th and 20th Centuries. Top quality merchandise at wholesale prices. Press Braswell Galleries has advertised and been featured in various lifestyle publications such as House & Garden Magazine, House Beautiful, Quest, Avenue, Connecticut Cottages and Gardens, Architectural Digest and Veranda Magazine.
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