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Antiques Shopping in London

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Photo: Emily Mott

On an antiques-shopping adventure, discover one-of-a-kind jewelry and accessories at too-good-to-believe prices.

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Inspired by: Antiques Shopping in London — by Lynn Yaeger, Published Mar. 2009

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    Sunbury Antiques Market at Kempton Park

    Founded by Sue Cruttenden in 1979, the Sunbury Antiques Market is England’s longest running bi-monthly market. With 700 stalls (350 inside and 350

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    Gallery 91

    Although Saturdays are most popular (and crowded) day at this standalone Notting Hill antique dealer, more serious collectors will find more one-on

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    Crown Arcade

    Bargain-seekers and serious collectors find treasures among the 18th- and 19th-century glass pieces, silver, and arts and crafts at this Portobello

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    Adams Antiques Fair

    Prior to launching Adams Antiques Fair at the Royal Horticultural Hall, Matthew Adams studied costume and theatre design at Central School of Art.

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    Grays Antiques

    Grays, an antiques center with the most fabulous jewelry in London, hands down, is by reputation as expensive as it is elegant. But it turns out th

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    Jubilee Market

    Sure, this flea is rough and tumble, with plenty of unspeakable junk, but there is also a goodly amount of fashionable items—heaps of fur coats fro

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    Alexandra Palace Antique Fair

    Alexandra Palace, or the Ally Pally, as it’s familiarly called, is a spectacular Victorian pile. The location is reachable by taxi but we recommend

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    Rogers Antiques Gallery

    Located along Notting Hill's antiquing mecca, Portobello Road, Rogers is a Saturday-only arcade that features one of the district's most eclectic c

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    Portobello Print & Map Shop

    Since 1988, Portobello Print & Map Shop has been trading with collectors and dealers in the Portobello Antique Market. The Notting Hill shop’s stoc

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    Central Gallery

    From antique pendants to couture pieces, Central Gallery carries a vast selection of fine pearls, gemstones, and semi-precious stones, as well as g

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    Alfies Antique Market

    Specializing in treasures dating from the 1920s onward, this Church Street market is home to more than 100 experienced and enthusiastic dealers, ma

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