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Antique markets/shops in South Africa? If you know of one, please tell me where. Thanks!

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Hi thomas there is quite a few in Johannesburg here are some details
The showroom is based in Queen Street Kensington in the heart of "Antiques Street" in a revamped 30's original old home,
Address:
167 Queen Street,
South Kensington,
Johannesburg

Phone: (011) - 615 6920

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Clyde on 4th,
75 4th Avenue, Melville, Johannesburg, South Africa

Tel/Fax: +27(0) 11 482 3266

Cell: +27(0) 82 883 4933
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hope this helps
Yes, there quite a few shops that I know of.Situated south and north of the CBD and also arund the city of Cape Town
Hi Thomas, It depends if you are looking at a specific city or not. Maybe you could advise on that. Johan knows Jo'burg very well so he can obviously help you there. In Cape Town, where I am based, there are a number of excellent antique shops. Quite a number in the city centre, and it is a favourite weekend jaunt for locals to visit Kalk Bay. The village is on the False Bay side on the way to Simonstown and Cape Point. It is famous for its row of antique shops along its main road. Please advise if you have any specific items you are looking for. Kevin, Afruka Eco Tours
you will find some in basically every town in SA, could you be more region-specific?
In Cape Town, Long Street has a few vintage and second-hand clothing shops.
Hi,I think the Loop Street in Cape Town offers a wide variety of shops and goods.
Hi there,

The Hatfield area in Pretoria is one of the best for antique shops, fates and festivals.

Kind regards,
Angela of Panthera Tours
The South African Antique Dealers Association holds a National Antique Fair at Kirstenbosch in Cape Town. There is one on Sat and Sun 14th and 15th February. Also there is an Antique fair at Alphen Centre Constantia in the Cape, which takes place quite often.
I only know about Cape Town and there are many antique shops here. In the city centre they are mainly concentrated in Church Street and Long Street. Herman Noy and the Lutge Gallery are in Church Street while Atkinsons Antiques are in Long street.
Stephan Welz and Co in association with Sotheby at the Alphen Hotel, Constantia, while Tim Curtis for furniture, clocks and silver is in Constantia. Vineyard Hotel and Kays antiques are in Claremont and Finberg Auctioneers often hold auctions at the President Hotel in Bantry Bay.
The South African Antique Dealers Association holds a National Antique Fair at Kirstenbosch in Cape Town. There is one on Sat and Sun 14th and 15th February. Also there is an Antique fair at Alphen Centre Constantia in the Cape, which takes place quite often.
I only know about Cape Town and there are many antique shops here. In the city centre they are mainly concentrated in Church Street and Long Street. Herman Noy and the Lutge Gallery are in Church Street while Atkinsons Antiques are in Long street.
Stephan Welz and Co in association with Sotheby at the Alphen Hotel, Constantia, while Tim Curtis for furniture, clocks and silver is in Constantia. Vineyard Hotel and Kays antiques are in Claremont and Finberg Auctioneers often hold auctions at the President Hotel in Bantry Bay.
I would honestly say that google would be your best friend here. Then you are in control of the city or area in which you want to find an antique market or shop in. You can find a lot by searching google.

Kind regards,
Angela of Panthera Tours
There are many in Cape Town South Africa.My favourites are in Long Street and False Bay.
Atkinson's Antiques in Long Street and Railway Antiques and Collectables in Kalk Bay
There is a STUNNING Antique shop near Kyalami in Midrand, Gauteng. They have created a complex of little stalls called Memories Corner and they are called Memories. Very big and have cottage furniture all the way through to antiques ... smalls and bric a brac through to furniture etc. I also know they restore furniture and have a book shop and record den ... They're definately a fun place and have a coffee shop too in their gardens ...
Could easily get lost for half a day they're so big!

Carol is the contact person - 011 468 1726 or ... i know they also sometimes have fairs :)

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