Do you like to hunt? It's fine with me too !!! In London, flea markets and antique fairs are numerous and varied. Everyone can find their happiness there according to their tastes and their purse. Discover the most beautiful flea markets in London and find the rare object!
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Covent Garden and its antique market
This antique market located at Jubilee Market in the neighborhood Covent Garden, is ideal if you are looking for typically English objects or collections. All eras and styles are represented: Georgian, Victorian, Edwardian, Art Deco or Art Nouveau.
All antique dealers are professionals, specialized in a period or a theme (jewelry, porcelain, silverware). You will find premium pieces and benefit from expert advice.
When? Every Monday: 5:00 a.m. - 17:00 p.m.
In which neighborhood ? Covent Garden
Grays Antique Market: Mayfair's antique market
Grays Antique Market is 200 antique dealers gathered in a beautiful XNUMXth century terracotta building in the heart of Mayfair, an upscale district of London.
This market is above all specialized in jewelry and antique watches with also vintage fashion stands, Chinese & Japanese porcelain and a militaria stand.
A word of advice, prefer a visit during the week when all the stands are open unlike on Saturdays
When? Monday - Friday: 10 a.m. to 00 p.m.
Saturday: 11:00 a.m. to 17:00 p.m.
In which neighborhood ? Mayfair
Portobello Road Market: the largest antique market in the world
It is on Saturday that the market of P in full swing, with over 1000 antique stalls.
The flip side of this antique market is the high attendance and the somewhat high prices.
Portobello is also the antique shops open during the week, the best known of which is Alice who owes her fame thanks to the visit of the bear Paddington. We find in this charming store, crockery and very pretty old decorative items but not only.
When? Saturday 8:00 a.m. - 18:00 p.m.
In which neighborhood ? Notting Hill
Alfies Antique Market: the largest covered market in London
Alfies Market is a bargain hunter's paradise just like the Puces de St Ouen in Paris. This covered market houses over 4 floors nearly 100 antique dealers offering high-end designer items from the 20th century.
The astonishing Egyptian-style art deco facade is a curiosity to discover.
When the weather is nice, take advantage of the rooftop terrace of the Rooftop Kitchen restaurant which offers panoramic views over the London skyline.
When? Tuesday - Saturday: 10 a.m. - 00 p.m.
In which neighborhood ? Marylebone
Camden Market: London's largest flea market
Open since the 60s, Camden Passage is a village of antique dealers which now has 200 merchants.
Camden Passage is made up of four distinct market areas with a different area of expertise:
- Annie’s Antique and Vintage Market : Located behind the famous Camden Head Pub and at the entrance to Camden Passage, this market offers vintage collectibles like buttons, cards, clothing or jewelry.
- Camden Passage Market : Located in the heart of the passage, offers an eclectic mix of vintage clothing alongside retro luggage.
- Charlton Place Market : antiques and collectibles and interior decoration.
- Pierrepont Arcade Market : Located at the end of Camden Passage, this covered market is open all week with a book market on Thursday and Friday.
As well as Camden Passage, don't miss Stables Market, a beautifully renovated old stables from 1840. They house an antiques market which offers many objects (Art Deco, 1940s-1950s).
The main market days are Wednesday and Saturday, but many shops are open on other days of the week
When? Wednesday and Saturday - 9:00 a.m. - 18:00 p.m.
In which neighborhood ? Camden Town
Silver Vaults: the kingdom of silverware
Silver Vauts, presents the widest selection of ancient and modern silverware in the world, ranging from the 16th century to the Victorian era.
When? Monday to Friday: 9:00 a.m. - 17:30 p.m.
Saturday: 9:00 a.m. - 13:00 p.m.
In which neighborhood ? Holborn
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