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These Are the Best Antiques Shops to Find Second-Hand Treasures in East London

These Are the Best Antiques Shops to Find Second-Hand Treasures in East London
East London has an abundance of antiques shops, filled with second-hand curiosities and vintage goods. Here’s our guide to the best antiques shops to find second-hand treasures in this hipster hotspot.

Old Spitafields Antiques & Flea Market

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Each week, a community of antiques specialists bring their prime vintage stock to this market in the heart of trendy east London. Housed in a restored Grade II listed Victorian building, more than 80 stalls sell designer furniture, maps, jewellery and clothing. The market is hugely popular so get there early (around 8am) to see the finest goods on offer.
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Townhouse

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Go to this gallery and antique shop for 20th-century goods, mostly made in Britain between 1900-60, as well as furniture and glassware. It’s a great place to stock up on oil on canvas paintings for your walls. Townhouse is housed in an early 18th-century building, and also offers some good shows and exhibitions by contemporary artists.
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Westland London

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If you want to buy bold statement pieces, try Westland London. This shop sells a plethora of ostentatious antique fireplaces, lighting and furniture. Products include an Arts and Crafts walnut-panelled room screen; an oak dinner gong (yes, for real); and a mahogany Victorian armchair. It also sells statues for your garden.
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