It’s with great pleasure that we are able to share with you our latest range of fine quality antiques, as sourced by us, from private estates and consignments from the U.K. and Europe.
Valentine’s Antique Gallery is one of Australian longest running antique businesses, established in 1947 and specialises in fine quality 19th Century and early 20th Century Antiques including furniture, porcelain, glassware, lamps, boxes, jewellery and decorative items. Also rare and collectible Australian Colonial Antiques.
We offer decorating advice, hire of furniture and effects for special events such as movies or house sales, as well as restoration services that are carried out to the highest standards using traditional methods – enquiries are always welcome.
Valentine’s Antique Gallery is also a member of the AAADA (Australian Antique & Art Dealers Association) and CINOA, which keeps us well-informed with any international developments that effect any aspect of the antiques and art trade. Valentine’s Antiques and Gallery 369 is also a proud member of Bendigo Tourism. For great places to visit, eat and stay when visiting our great city we recommend you visit:  https://www.bendigotourism.com/ or simply click on any of the logos below to be redirected!
We frequently exhibit at major antique fairs in Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide and Perth. So if you are considering buying or selling genuine Antiques please don’t hesitate to contact Valentine’s Antique Gallery where we pride ourselves on our old-fashioned customer service.
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Our History

Valentine’s first appeared in Bendigo as a furniture and goods store when Fred Valentine opened the shop on Queen Street in May 1947. Fred Valentine passed the business along to his son Allan, who ran the business with his wife Joy from Queen Street and then a new store on Hargreaves Street, which opened in the old Favalora family bakery at 369 Hargreaves Street in 1984. Current Director, Peter Valentine was raised around the business at its current location, and took over the reins from his father Allan in 2006.

In 2020 Valentine’s Antique Gallery moved into one of central Victoria’s grandest heritage-listed properties, located at 16-22 View Street, a destination for antique collectors, incorporating Valentine’s Antique Gallery, additional antiques centre, artist’s hub and cafe and coffee lounge.

Valentine’s Antiques has a rich history and is responsible for buying and selling furniture over many years from and for some of the country’s most important homes, including the glorious gold rush mansions of the City of Greater Bendigo, including Fortuna, Ravenswood and Lansellstowe.

Original Valentines Antiques Shop