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Located at the Covent Garden, the Jubilee Market is a unique shopping spot in London, a place that is always abuzz with locals and tourists. The market serves a three-way function from Tuesdays through Fridays, it is a general market, on Saturdays and Sundays an arts and craft market runs here whereas Mondays find the place rife with antique products and dealers. Drop in as per their timetable and you will never be disappointed. The marketplace is also home to a currency exchange center, florists and some cool restaurants like Tutti Frutti Creperie and Peter's Snack Bar.
From its 1744 origins as a book dealer to its 21st Century incarnation as one of the world's most famous auction houses, Sotheby's has always been a synonym for prestige, quality and expertise. Sotheby's attentions are largely focused on traditional auction fare, such as works of art, jewelry and antiques. Viewing is during the week, but also by appointment and on some weekends.
If you enjoy collecting age-old items, Bonhams is where you will find some of the most elegant antiques. Considered to be one of the oldest and finest antique dealers in the country, Bonhams assures you authentic items, sourced from across the world. From works of art and coins to jewelry, historic items and vintage vehicles, you can will find it all at the annual auctions held on premises. This store also repairs and helps you sell antiques.
Since its inception London Silver Vaults has been the city's most popular silver and antiques dealer. Available here are a host of intricately designed jewelry, cutlery and a myriad of silver antiques, which showcase the brilliance of craftsmen from the yesteryears. Take your pick from a myriad of beautiful, vintage silverware, which still gleam like they're as good as new. Being specialists in silverware, this store guarantees you authentic, quality goods, some of which date as far back to the 16th century.
Home to one of the largest collections of fine antiques, jewelry and collectibles in the world, Grays is a focus of the London antiques trade and is home to some of its finest dealers. The corridors of this often overlooked market are buzzing with activity, with dealers and collectors alike searching through the myriad treasures, hoping that one of the market's traders has that special piece. So, whether you're looking to unearth some buried treasure or just fancy soaking up the vibrant atmosphere, Grays is well worth a visit.
Alfies Antique Market is the destination for those who love to collect vintage items. Choose from a plethora of collectibles like period clothing and Victorian jewelry, fascinating china, glassware, silverware, ceramics and many more articles, that have over the years appealed to celebrity clientele and locals alike. Alfies' team of seventy five antique specialists are available to help you find the perfect hostess gift or make that distinct addition to your antique collection.
Camden Passage is one of the city's best antiques markets, with stalls jam packed with antiques, rarities and books. Completely separate from Camden Market, you'll find the Georgian Village arcade with silver, toys and jewelry, at the northern end. Most of the shops along Camden Passage also specialize in various types of antique furniture, textiles and art.
Portobello Road is one of the world's largest antiques markets. Here you will come across artifacts from all over the world, which are in demand not just by tourists, but by Londoners as well. The market is divided into separate sections, according to the goods on offer there. Antiques can be bought mainly on Saturdays, with some shops being open on other days as well. Fruits and vegetables, various appliances and apparel are some of the other things to be found here.