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A center established in London in 1986, with thirty freelance Dealers merchandising everything from Georgian Chests to Retro kitchen utensil. represented as Battersea's hidden gem, we are able to be simply reached by London transport. Walk tho' our slim frontage and arrive at this hidden treasure. Make the day browsing our in depth variety of Vintage and collectables. Get recommendations from any of our friendly knowledgeable Dealers. They are always happy to help with any questions you may have.

In Summer 2013 we were visited by the BBC TV show Antiques Road Trip. Anita Manning bought some quality items and commented regarding the high standard and that all people that are dealing at the store are experienced.  In Summer 2014 we were the first Antiques Market to have a full App for both Apple IOS (iPhone and iPad) as well as Google Android (e.g. Samsung, HTC, LG, Google etc) devices, featuring not only a 100% complete virtual tour adapted to mobile or tablets as well as online shopping but also exclusive offers and interactive content.

The variety of stock on display ranges from classic nineteenth and early twentieth Century items through to art movement era, French painted, country pine, retro vintage and retro. we've got an amazing choice of attention-grabbing ceramics and glass objet d’art, vintage costume and stunning jewellery, original prints and water-colours similarly as several, several different fascinating and classy items for the house. The prime quality silver on display is vast and everything from home goods to stunning rare gifts are available.

We often have new stock arriving every day so check in often to see the latest items our dealers have in their stall. 

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Beautiful and breathtaking, an chandelier will add a touch of elegance to any English home. Each model comes with its own story and time period, from the Regency glass of 1800s to the Arabesque bronze of the 1900s, and every single chandelier is handcrafted and one-of-a-kind. Forget about the boring bulbs that come standard in your home: If you want something that makes a statement, a stunning chandelier will light up your life

Household Goods

Imagine sharing a plate of biscuits over a genuine tea set from historic England. Imagine framing all your photos with glossy, rose-embossed frames that were passed down through three generations. When you shop for household goods with us, you aren't just buying porcelain figurines or antiquated bookends. You're assuming responsibility for beloved treasures that deserve a new owner who understands their weight and worth. These are just a few of the amazing items you'll find when you shop with Northcote Road Antiques Market. It doesn't matter if you're searching for rare books or just browsing figurines for fun; as soon as you enter the shop, you're sure to be dazzled by the amazing history and culture beckoning from every shelf.

Antique Furniture

From upholstered chairs to bedroom beauty sets, the Northcote Road Antiques Market offers all the greatest architecture of generations past. Often referred to as "brown furniture" for their authentic earth tones and finely-sanded finish, these classic pieces have been carefully restored for modern living. Browse the mahogany tables for your living room or den; rap your knuckles against the sturdy walnut of a 1950s headboard; grab a Georgian dresser while the prices are still low. These collectibles are some of the most coveted in the area, so buy them from us while you still can!

Ask us about free local furniture delivery from our London Market

Many customers visit Northcote Road Antiques Saturday as well as on a frequent basis to browse amongst the treasures or before they are restyling their London homes, moving house or simply to buy a singular object. A myriad of homes in London do boast an item bought from us like an English pine or superbly grained mahogany chest of drawers, a reupholstered chair, an uncommon lamp, a trendy mirror, a remarkable piece of studio pottery or some hand cut champagne glasses.

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