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Antique Design Market Treasure trove for international rarities

The Colonnaden Antique-Market in downtown Hamburg offers all kinds of antiques from spring to autumn.

The Antique Design Market is located in the heart of Hamburg's city centre from spring to autumn. Vis à vis the Alster, this antique market offers a wide range of antiques.

High quality antiques sold with style

From May to September, the Colonnades near the Alster are regularly filled with antique dealers and lovers of rarities. Hunters and collectors of all kinds come from everywhere to search for forgotten treasures on Hamburg's longest summer terrace. Noble table linen, Bohemian glass vases, continental porcelain and precious silver and crystal glass change hands here. Lovers of the fine English way of life can discover treasures here, because Chippendale, Regency and Sheraton also have their appearances at the Antique-Market.
Noble table linen, Bohemian glass vases, continental porcelain and precious silver and crystal glass change hands here. Lovers of the fine English way of life can discover treasures here, because Chippendale, Regency and Sheraton also have their appearances at the Collectors Antique-Market.
With the white pavellions and open-air stands in the colonnades, the antique market attracts nostalgics and romantics and radiates the charm of Parisian market streets. The first-class market hustle and bustle promises a lot. The entrance is free and even in bad weather the antique market is worth an excursion. Cafés and restaurants in and around the Colonnades promise the perfect view of the haggling and bargaining.

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