Alfies Antique Market Christmas Shopping Party

Join Alfies Antique Market on Thursday 9th December from 5pm – 9pm for some exclusive after hours Christmas shopping!  Prepare to be tempted by cocktails, canapés & festive entertainment as you navigate your way through this veritable maze in search of perfect Christmas presents.

Alfies’ Late Night Christmas Shopping Party is the perfect excuse to escape this high street and treat your loved ones to something truly original.  Find gifts such as a pierced and etched decorative brass frame, c.1890 from Hayman & Hayman, a ‘Swan’ percolator with cream and sugar bowl, c1955, from Robinson Antiques, or vintage ‘Sovereign’ biscuit tin from The Originals and many more.

With over 75 individual shops specialising in everything from 19th & 20th century furniture, art and  interiors to stunning glass, ceramics, vintage fashion and textiles, you will be sure to find something your loved ones will treasure for years to come.

Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to spend an evening exploring one of London’s largest remaining antique markets and, if that is not enough Alfies will be open right up until Christmas Eve!

Alfies Christmas Party: Thursday 9th December, 5pm-9pm. Nearest tube: Marylebone or Edgware Road. Admission free by invitation, call 020 7723 6066.

Alfies is London’s largest antique market and home to 75 leading dealers. It is a fabulous maze of treasures located on a historical street market in Church Street, Marylebone, minutes from the West End. The range and quantity of stock is breathtaking and includes 20th Century Design, furniture, paintings and prints, jewellery, ceramics, vintage clothing and much more. It is open Tuesday to Saturday from 10am to 6pm.

Alfies Antique Market: 13 – 25 Church Street, Marylebone, London NW8 8DT

www.alfiesantiques.com


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This looks brilliant! Wish I was in London! x

Louise commented on Nov 23 10 at 2:57 pm

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