Just across the River from the Swedish East Indian Company Museum and just one block away from the main Church is this very recently renovated, antique market.
Without a doubt more internationally antique oriented merchandise and dealers than any place else on Sweden's West Coast. A very important call for international antique dealers. A very important watch dealer, you will also find Danish porcelain, lots of silver and silver plate, stamps, glass, coins, and other treasures.
Should you be shopping for souvenirs, secondhand items, and gifts. It might be interesting to investigate the Haga area , and other shops around Jarntorget. Same warnings apply. Gothia Antiques has always been a fun stop.
Swedish dealers are extremely correct and will show you all the faults the item might have. You will never be misled, but you have to know what the piece is worth to you.
Remember, you are now in Sweden. The Swedish dealer is not interested in talking about your antiques, which you inherited, and things that you found in garage sales. You may be very lucky and be able to make "contact"with one of the colleagues. If that happens, you will have earned a very important partner who will locate and put aside things for you.
The main change after the renovation was the integration of the coffee shop. Many people come in just for a cup of coffee, to take a pause sitting in the antique furniture, and watching both the tourist and professionals operate.
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