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

These Are the Best Antiques Shops to Find Second-Hand Treasures in South London
South London has an abundance of antiques shops, selling just about every antique imaginable – from marble fireplaces to Georgian kitchen cupboards and Victorian radiators. Here’s our guide to the best antiques shops south of the Thames.

Circa Battersea

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Your final stop on Battersea Park Road should be Circa Battersea. This store specialises in mid-20th century furniture and lighting. The shop stocks furniture by French and Italian designers, including Maison Charles, Maison Jansen, Paolo Buffa, Gio Ponti, Willy Rizzo and Osvaldo Borsani. Lighting is stocked from renowned designers like Murano, Venini and Fontana Arte.
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Aladdin's Cave

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Aladdin's Cave
Aladdin's Cave | © Geograph 
Take a trip to this ‘cave’ of curios. The self-described shop of ‘thrifty finds, reclaimed doors and architectural salvage’ is packed with hanging chandeliers, sinks, antique fireplaces, Victorian radiators and other reclaimed goods. The store itself is a landmark in the south London roadside, with the entranceway made up of stacks of second-hand furniture and creepy mannequins.
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Lassco

The London Architectural Salvage and Supply Co. (Lassco) is well-known for its architectural antiques and vintage furniture. Shop here for limestone and marble fireplaces, garden statues, ornate chandeliers and reclaimed oak flooring. Lassco has two branches in South London, on Maltby Street and in Brunswick House, as well as a store in Oxford.

Lassco, Maltby Street or Brunswick House, London, UK, +44 20 7394 2100

Modern Shows

Modern Shows was set up after a one-off show by founders Petra Curtis and Lucy Ryder Richardson nearly sold out in its first day. The small business runs several shows, each comprising a carefully curated selection of mid-century modern furniture and other 20th-century design classics, including wallpaper, ceramics and cushions. The next London show, called Mid-Century Modern, will be held in Dulwich College, mainly in the Brutalist-designed Christison Hall, in March.

18 March. For future shows in London visit here. Dulwich College, London, UK

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Furniture curated by Modern Shows | Courtesy of Modern Shows