Crystal Palace Antiques Shop Review: If you want to buy antiques, vintage or mid-century modern furniture, lighting and decorative objects, this is the place for you. As London’s largest antique and design emporium, you need to set aside at least an hour to inspect everything. The diverse stock from twenty dealers is spread over four floors of a former Victorian textile warehouse. If you’re looking for the best antique shop in Crystal Palace or Mid-Century Modern furniture in Crystal Palace, you must seek out the Crystal Palace Antiques Shop (Crystal Palace Antiques and Modern Shop).
Crystal Palace Antiques Shop Stock
There is so much stock to see inside this historic warehouse. The furniture, lighting and other objects are spread over four floors with themes depending on the particular dealer’s vision. Objects span Georgian, Victorian, Art Deco and Mid-Century Modern eras. With Danish and, industrial pieces plus vintage goods, it’s a treasure trove showcasing the best designs of the past.
Vintage Luggage Box
Furniture includes sofas, armchairs, dining chairs, dining tables, desks, storage units, shelves and chest of drawers. Lighting ranges from chandeliers to pendants, floor lamps, table lamps and desk lamps. Other items of interest are glass vases, glass display domes, suitcases, storage trunks, dressmaking dummies, coat hooks, mirrors, and so much more.
Glass Demijohns and Glass Display Domes
I’ll list some of the items I liked so you can expect to see on your visit but do bear in mind that this is continually changing as products are sold.
The large factory circular wall-mountable clock by Chloride Gent (formerly Gents of Leicester) circa the 1960s-1970s is perfect for warehouse apartments, the price is £595.
Instead of a boring filing cabinet this industrial ten flat post office cabinet, circa the 1950s, which is stripped and lacquered, it costs £595.
Post Office Cabinet
I love this pretty Mid-Century Modern satinwood and teak bureau, which is ideal for keeping your paperwork orderly in the guest bedroom. The woodland branch motif on the top is beautiful, and the four drawers provide ample storage, £440.
The Ercol daybed made by the esteemed British furniture manufacturer is a lovely sofa for a conservatory, guest bedroom or living room which costs £1850. The grey upholstered foam seat and three back cushions are comfortable.
Brighten up a living room sideboard with this cheery Czech Republic lemon yellow glass table lamp 1960s-70s. It’s been fully rewired and tested, and the price is £185.
The Christian Hvidt Danish designed dome tiered pendant lamp will look spectacular hanging over a dining room table, it costs £275.
Crystal Palace Antiques Shop Information
For more information, go to the Crystal Palace Antiques Website. The address is Imperial House, Jasper Road, Crystal Palace, London SE19 1SG which is just off Westow Hill. The nearest station is Crystal Palace. The shop is open Monday to Friday from 10 am until 6 pm, Saturday 10 am until 5.30 pm, and Sunday 10 am until 5 pm. Enjoy your shop snoop!
Author: Homegirl London. Photographs: Homegirl London.