Antique Shops in Bangkok

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  • Pariya_w1
    Bangkok182 contributions
    I love this art galleries here in O.P. Garden. I loved nearly all the artworks. This gallery is so well thought out the way it was designed. I love the decor. Well done to the professional staff and the good service they provide.
    Written 3 August 2016
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  • mehakhanna1980
    New Delhi, India2 contributions
    he lies about authenticity of the products and defrauds foreignors. make sure you dont buy!! we went to china town and found the same items for less than 1/3 rd the price
    Written 13 February 2016
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  • JudyC
    Singapore, Singapore162 contributions
    If you are tired of the malls, this is a totally different area and vibe. The neighbourhood is very local and this is a restored warehouse area. There were few people around on the Monday I was there, there aren’t that many shops in Warehouse 30 but there was a cool cafe, couple art galleries and a wonderful vintage shop called Horse Unit which is probably worthy of a review in itself. The whole area was interesting to walk around and I took the public ferry from the Central pier and alighted at the Marine Dept which was a stop too early but it gave me a chance to wander around the neighbourhood. So was a happy mistake.
    Written 13 January 2020
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  • Leon T
    Al Muktafi Billah Shah, Malaysia2 contributions
    Very friendly shopowner, good selection of old books, gotten a book which is called 'The French Wolf and the Siamese Lamb'
    Written 1 January 2019
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  • Virginia
    Chiang Mai, Thailand1 contribution
    Paul's Antiques has so many beautiful and unique Asian antiques which makes it very hard to choose! I wanted to buy just about everything that they have! It truly is a place not to be missed when you are in Bangkok. The owner and her staff are great too and they make you feel right at home :-) I will certainly pick up a few more items on my next visit.
    Written 18 February 2020
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  • AnniesungChan
    Singapore, Singapore47 contributions
    It is near soi 142 Lat phrao road, it's next to The mall Bangkapi and the Makro. In the opposite side you can visit the Happyland market, The Tesco lotus Bangkapi and then Bangkapi market. It includes the flea market, supermarket, food and beverages...
    Written 31 December 2016
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  • Je P
    1 contribution
    Nice staff and nice place for antique shoppers on Sukumvit road at Ekkamai 15. If you're looking for an antique stuff to decorate your house come visit this place.
    Written 12 July 2017
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  • JeffLeong
    Singapore, Singapore3,478 contributions
    This is not an ordinary Thai artifact retail shop. The retail items are mostly of Thai heritage origins. However, what we normally associate with such Thai artifacts, eg. porcelain and Celadon, as retailed in most shopping malls, is re-interpreted and manufactured by experienced craftsmen into artworks with fine detailing and use of expensive finishes.

    Items are lovely to behold and even exquisite. Some are priced and limited artworks. The high quality means that prices are high too. Notwithstanding, there are items which are reasonably priced and they make excellent gifts or in most instances, for ownership and appreciation.
    Written 25 December 2017
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