Flea markets and Antiques Fairs have become rather hip in London over the last few years, mostly as a way to decor and furnish on a budget. From used furniture to quilts and kitchenware, flea markets around London are a true heaven for antiques collectors and savvy consumers.
Located just five minutes from Selfridges, Grays Antique Centre offers an entertaining antique-hunting experience among more than 200 dealers selling everything from artefacts to vintage clothes. The emphasis of Grays Antique Centre is very much on antique silver, watches and jewellery but there are a number of stalls that specialize in militaria, porcelain and general antiques (Downstairs has amazing vintage clothing and costume jewellery). Prices at Grays Antique Centre are really high compared to a..
Welcome to one of London’s finest covered markets and the only one which is set inside a World Heritage Site. Greenwich Market’s seven day bonanza brings you 120 stalls showing anything and everything including a delphic Palm Reader and a super-hip Hairdresser. Antiques and collectibles are the order of business at Greenwich MarketAntique days during the week (Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays) are noticeably smaller than the busy weekends. However this doesn’t detract from the quality...
Bermondsey Market is with a sea of relics similar to the loot of Fagan’s street gang quite the experience: It’s half car boot sale, half chic Parisian flea market. Known across London as the place where the dealers come to buy china and silver as well as furniture and glassware, Bermondsey Market offers every possibility of leaving with an amazing find for a bargain price. Located in Bermondsey Square near the iconic London Shard, this..