Parade Antiques

27 New St, Plymouth, PL1 2NB Directions

Tel 01752 221443
   Now closed Open Saturday 09:30 - 17:00

Business overview

Plymouth's Largest Antiques Center

Parade Antiques and Collectables was founded in 1997, and has been trading on the Barbican, Plymouth's historical harbour and tourist center ever since. Our vast range of stock includes artwork, china, glass and ceramics, antique furniture, silver and jewellery, coins and medals, toys, advertising, railway and motoring, maritime, ethnic items, entertainment memorabilia, science fiction and much more. Given the historical importance of a lot of our items, the Market also doubles up as a "Curios Museum".

We are now (since 2003) based in an old early 18th century warehouse, near the water's edge, 260 square meters in area, and houses in excess of 60 cabinets and stalls, divided between some 40 dealers. Our market is all on the ground floor with great wheelchair access, and we allow well behaved dogs. We also have about the same area of extra stock in storage next door, which is available upon request.

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Products & Services

antiques

medals

coins

militaria

jewellery

silver

china

ceramics

art

valuations

books

collectables

gold

auctions

curios

memorabilia

sci fi

furniture

equipment

trinkets

antique jewellery

antique furniture

antique clocks

antique china

coin & medal dealers

antique books

antique & art valuers

arms armour antiques

collectors' items

gold coins

swords

rare & secondhand books

antique prints

bric a brac

taxidermy

advertising

rentals

maritime memorabilia

paintings

prints

Reviews

A lovely way to spend an afternoon

5
We found Parade Antiques, quite by chance, it is tucked lightly back off the main road in Plymouth Barbican but I must say, it was a wonderful little find. Through a tunnel and a courtyard there is an unassuming doorway with a fireman guarding the entrance. Once you are inside we literally lost ourselves amongst the cabinets for 2 hours and I think we still missed something. The staff were very kind, keeping the kids amused with stories of exhibits and items that seemed to be everywhere, it gave us the chance to look around properly. Lots to look at and a nice cafe next door. I'll be back to see if there is anything new soon! Thanks!
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