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L'oro Dei Farlocchi, a small shop located at Via Madonnina is a major center of tourist attraction. It has on sale some of the best pieces of antiques one can find anywhere around. Known for its eccentric selection of items like (what Italians call) "Modenariato", the shop attracts many a people who have an eye and taste for antiques. It's a haven for those who like peeping into history through things that are a testament to bygone eras. You can spend hours browsing through the quaint and sometimes unusual artifacts.
This family has been long established in silverware, and their famous shop Dabbene offers a vast choice of antique Italian pieces from the 18th and 19th centuries. Robert Dabbene is dedicated to the study of mint stamps from the 1800's and has published various books on the subject. They also offer restoration and valuation services as well as making new pieces. The beautiful silver boxes are a must see.
Founded in 1776, Raimondi di Pettinaroli is one of the oldest shops in the city. It sells antique and modern printed material, guaranteed by its total competence and its own printing facilities. Relief-printed wedding invitations, business cards, letter-heads, writing paper, cards etc., all personalized if necessary. Famous the world over, it supplies innumerable customers including many VIPs.
Mercatone dell'Antiquariato del Naviglio Grande is a much anticipated market on the banks of the Naviglio Grande. Held on the last Sunday of each month, barring July, it hosts more than 400 antique vendors along the canal spanning across two kilometers (1.24 miles). The curated stalls feature collectibles, jewelry, furniture, knick-knacks, games, dolls, porcelain, books, prints, antiques and more. Come and pick up a bargain!