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Too many people don't know about Newark Antiques Centre which is a real shame. It's tucked away up a drive way across from the big ASDA. There is something for everybody. From collectables to fine antique furniture, books to costume jewellery...more
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Regent House Lombard Street | Lombard Street, Newark-on-Trent NG24 1XP, England
Myself and a couple of crafting friends went here after visiting the rock and gem festival locally. We had a lovely meal whilst there best I've had in ages. The centre is on 2 floors and have loads to look at for all price ranges....More
An interesting centre spoilt by rude staff. Having spent time looking around I politely asked if an item sold as a set could be sold individually (upstairs counter).A reasonable question I thought!!! I was told in a mocking tone that this couldn't be done as...More
This is lovely old building which is divided into small sections for dealers to sell their wares. Lots of different types of antiques on sale. Prices are generally pretty reasonable, I thought.
There were some old games i recognised from the 60s/70s and looks of...More
What a gem! We found this place on the internet and thought we would pop in to have a look. We were not disappointed. It is a large building with filled with a large collection of furniture, jewellery, China, books, vintage clothing, tools and artwork...More
My mother an old lady bought a royal Albert teapot but found it to be damaged when she hot home . when she contacted the vendor she was advised to bring the teapot back. The owner was at best unpleasant and unhelpful.My advice is don't...More
I loved this place like Aladdin’s cave filled with lots of antique and bric a brac set in an old Methodist hall. Spoilt by the smell of greasy bacon frying from the tearoom and one small room containing medals etc where the chap selling them...More
The Newark Antique centre is in a lovely building close to the bus station in Newark, It has lots to see in cabinets and dealer areas as you walk around. There are two floors and plenty of light which makes it easy to see everything....More