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  • Lisa B
    Brisbane, Australia156 contributions
    Visited with friends and it is certainly an unusual place, would be extremely interesting for anyone with a bent on silver or antiques.
    Written 12 March 2020
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  • Bugtownboy
    Ilminster, UK58 contributions
    Amazing antique/collectibles dealer collective - things you probably find anywhere else. You could spend all day here if you wanted to.

    Lovely cafe on the roof that gives an almost Mary Poppins views across the roof tops of Marylebone.
    Written 12 August 2019
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  • Casper
    3 contributions
    Great place to shop, friendly customer service. I always find Hatton Garden Jewellers a little intimidating however this please makes you feel welcoming. Fantastic selection , will definitely be back.
    Written 19 June 2022
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  • Penny Brown
    El Paso, TX3 contributions
    Approximately 40 vendors with a selection of unique and beautiful antique jewelry, some porcelains, and a little militaria, sterling silver items. About 2 hours to visit. A little confusing to get to as it’s on a split street a mews?? I wasn’t in the market for emeralds and pearls so I couldn’t Judge the prices. Beautiful things. If you’re in the market for fine antique jewelry this is the place.
    Written 1 January 2022
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  • NO2VA
    London, UK138 contributions
    Went to this market to buy seafood and found what I needed at great prices. I will definitely keep going back on a weekly or biweekly basis. The fish shop near me was charging £42 for a kilo for prawns and they charged me £20 for a sea bass filet. At the Church St market, the prawns were like £12 a kilo and the sea bass was like £5. Definitely worth it to walk to Church Street!! Although I wasn’t looking to buy produce, it looked so good and was priced really well so I got great tasting strawberries that were big and beautiful! I also got great oranges and radishes. The market also has all sorts of clothes and other goods. Overall, a great find, I’ll definitely go back.
    Written 31 March 2019
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  • Neodouble
    London, United Kingdom258 contributions
    Second hand shop, antiques, whatevers, it has so many different things. I've always found something here that I've loved. Almost a museum with the vast range of things you can find in this shop! Fantastic!
    Written 18 October 2021
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  • macedonboy
    Glasgow, UK156,914 contributions
    Also known as Bermondsey Antique Market, this is a regular market of local traders selling a mixture of antiques and collectables. There were a lot of dinner sets, cutlery and jewellery on sale and a few stalls selling clothes and and military memorabilia. I especially like some of the stalls selling coloured glass. Everything that was marked with a price seemed reasonable, but I didn't try to haggle for anything that was unmarked.

    Could be a quick or long visit depending on what you're interested in.
    Written 19 April 2019
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  • futtock21
    London, UK11,255 contributions
    At the southern end of Battersea's Northcote Road this Antiques Market with its narrow entrance extends, tardis like, to numerous separate shop spaces both downstairs and up. Certainly worth a rummage around old oil psintings, warcges, jewellery, pottery and much else besides.
    Written 4 July 2017
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  • Go05018892451
    5 contributions
    If you're in the Stables,Chalk Farm and are looking for that special gift, you will be spoilt for choice from thousands of pre'owned items.
    I defy you to leave without a purchase. It is a delightful treasure hunt.
    Written 31 October 2019
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  • David M
    1 contribution
    We acquired a Georgian drum table from Nicholas Wells Antiques website and were afforded a most professional and comprehensive service by Nicholas from the point of sale right through to the delivery of the item.
    Written 27 January 2019
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  • Companion43412505923
    London, UK3 contributions
    I just adore this place. Always interesting and quality Furniture etc. I like the addition of a Cafe in the front. Makes it even more reason to visit!
    Written 22 July 2021
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  • Lee Jones
    Chepstow, UK21 contributions
    I spoke to Daniel on the phone, and he directed me to their shop in London, I think it's on Maddox Street in Mayfair, as I did see a few of interest on the website, but killed 2 birds with one stone by visiting the shop whilst going to see a show at the West End. I was a bit blown away by the amount of clocks there in the first place and was shown around the different floors, and was very impressed by the quality of the clocks, and also Daniels knowledge of each one, but some where way out of my price range.

    Finally got myself a small bracket clock, and arranged to pick it up on the Monday just before we left. A great antique clock shop right in the middle of London, with very knowledgeable owners, who cant do enough for you really. Would recommend these guys if anyone looking for antique clocks, and I think they have furniture there too.
    Written 16 December 2015
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  • emorrow94
    Oxford, UK7 contributions
    Found this shop when walking in Nottinghill and is had an incredible number of really interesting antiques, especially masks, and at a range of prices. Owner was quiet but really kind and helpful and obviously very knowledgable about Asian antiques in particular when we asked. Already planning the next trip back!
    Written 11 November 2019
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  • Bianca W
    London, UK1,032 contributions
    Gorgeous, little toy shop with heaps of little toys for babies, toddlers, and olde4 children, as well as a vast selection of doll house furniture, accessories, wallpapers, rugs, and dolls of all kinds. There's so much to see here!
    It's a magical atmosphere, but there's not a lot of space in this crammed shop, so don't come with a large group all at once.
    If you're looking for specialty doll house items, you're sure to find them here!
    Written 13 June 2019
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  • Thebigbja
    3 contributions
    Really great find! Can't believe a place like this still exists in London. Great 20th Century pieces in the basement from Designs of Modernity which brought us here via this guys website.. but the other 4 floors are full of amazing furniture from Georgian to 50s and 60s
    Written 8 November 2017
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