50 best vintage shops | Homes and Antiques

September 13, 2013 – 14:10
Natalie Galustian Rare Books – Shopikon London

100 Marmion Road, Southsea, Portsmouth, PO5 2BB. 02392 876611
27 Dinky Vintage
'This Brighton store is entirely dedicated to vintage children's clothes, ' says Kiera. 'Dinky Vintage has sweet Fifties frocks and sailor-style pea coats, all in miniature.'
39b Sydney Street, Brighton, BN1 4EP. 01273 911055; dinkyvintage.com
28 Herts & Essex Antiques centre ‘With 70 dealers under one roof, this is the perfect place for a good old rummage, ’ says Katherine. ‘There are fascinating retro pieces to snap up. And it’s so easy on the train – just hop off at Sawbridgeworth station and you’re there.’

‘It might be small, ’ says Mark, ‘but it’s packed with a constantly changing, affordable selection of furniture, pictures and homewares from the 1950s-80s.’

RG Scott Furniture Mart, The Old Ice Works, Bath Place, Margate, Kent, CT9 2BN.

Kiera Buckley-Jones

H&A’s resident stylist, Kiera is responsible for stying our beautiful decorating and discovering antiques features.

Wayne Hemingway

Wayne founded the fashion label Red or Dead in the 1980s. He is now involved in a clutch of projects but we love him best for his Vintage Festival, which this year takes place at Boughton House, Northamptonshire.

Katherine Higgins

Katherine has appeared on the Antiques Roadshow as miscellaneous expert and has a keen interest in vintage fashion and jewellery. At the moment you can catch her on Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is, Mondays at 5.15pm on BBC Two.

Naomi Thompson

Naomi is a London-based stylist and the UK’s leading vintage personal shopper. She runs and edits vintagesecret.com and has over 15 years’ experience collecting vintage clothing.

Keeley Harris

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