Antiques Market

Every Thursday

Said by some to be the best antiques market in London, this long running market has been a feature at Old Spitalfields Market since 2003.

A community of antiques specialists and dealers who bring the best of their vintage stock to the market each week.

Collectors, stylists and the colourful community of London vintage lovers can all be found here on a Thursday browsing the 80 plus stalls of vintage art, maps, furniture, home-wares, jewellery and fashion. Get there early for the pick of the best bits!

Opening Hours

8am – 5pm

Date 

Every Thursday

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