Friday, 20 April 2012

The Hill Magazine

April 12

Aladdin's Cave
Catherine McCabe explores the ad hoc world of Alfie's Antiques

Vantage Magazine

Hampstead edition
March 2012

Spotlight - Alfies Antique Market
With one hundred vendors, Alfies Antiques Market is a vast sprawling cave teeming with vintage treasures, reports Lauren Romano.

Dutch Marie-Claire

May 2012

Vintage Shopping in London. Alfies is mentioned in the article as well as Tin Tin Collectables, Persiflage and Velvet Atelier. The article also includes an interview with Jenna Garner about her London life and working at Alfies Antique Market.

Gold Collagen - Londons Markets

London's Markets - Art and Antique!

In the city of London there are plenty of wonderful and interesting markets, either for tourists or for Londoners, where you can find everything from herbs to clothes, from antiques to flowers.
Some of the art and antique markets are a popular attraction for tourists, such as the crowded Portobello Road Market, open just on Saturdays, and Camden Passage. There you can find everything from jewellery to vintage clothes, antique gadgets and silverware.

However there are many others that you may not have visited but are definitely worth checking out over the Winter months, for example Alfie’s Antique Market, Gray’s Antiques Market, Bayswater Market and London Silver Vaults. Markets range from art deco to furniture, paintings, ceramics, prints, sculpture, etc.

These markets are amazing even if you are not an antique connoisseur or if you don’t want to buy anything. We recommend that you visit them at the very least to enjoy a special walk through them to enjoy the art and the antique stalls.

By Gold Collagen

Nothin' but the rent - March inspiration

Tuesday 6 March 2012
March inspiration -  mid century modern

9.Homemaker table ware £POA from Ian Broughton at Alfies Antique Market

China Go Abroad

Chinese Travel Website

Alfies Antique Market, 13-25 Church Street, has around 100 dealers in general antiques and collectors' items and they are open from Tuesday to Saturday, 10.00-6.00. There are other dealer’s shops in the area which is close to Lords cricket ground, an important site for lovers of the game. Underground: Edgware Road.