About Brown's Antiques & Gifts
A Local Tradition Since 1945
Brown's Antiques and Gifts, also referred to as Brown's On 5th, is located in Zionsville, Indiana, just outside the northwest corner of Indianapolis — only a 20 minute drive from downtown Indy.
Founded in 1945 by Marshall and Mary Jane Brown, Brown's is a family business, now run by David Brown. Brown's is Indiana's oldest antique shop and has been featured in many publications over the years, including numerous regional and national magazines, Country Sampler, Country Folk Art, and Real Simple.
Three Buildings Full of Treasures
Brown's offers a unique shopping experience with three buildings full of antiques, gifts, vintage treasures, as well as a variety of lampshades such as drum lampshades, cylinder lampshades, and burlap lampshades. We also have a wide range of antique furniture for you to see, and are always getting new items!
Our shop is nestled within a lovely English Garden setting. Whether you're looking for quality 19th Century antiques, vintage and mid century furniture and collectibles, fun gifts, or the perfect lampshade, Brown's is the place for you.
Browns's offers a great selection of replacement lampshades at affordable prices. You can also shop for lampshades online at BrownsLampshades.com
You'll also find a great selection of table, wall, or floor lamps. We also sell chandeliers as well.
Need a lamp repaired or restored? At Brown's, we offer a full Repair & Restoration service for any lamp, antique, or furniture piece you may have. No job is too big or too small!
Open Monday-Saturday 10-5
Sunday's by Chance
Spend the Day
Founded in 1852, the quaint village of Zionsville, Indiana is noted throughout the Midwest for its tree-lined streets, restored 19th Century and early 20th Century homes and gardens, and of course for its renowned red brick Main Street.
Many great shops, restaurants and art galleries await your visit, and if you like parks and rail trails, Zionsville has an abundance of both to enjoy and experience.
“If you haven't seen Brown's, you haven't seen Zionsville”