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Shanghai Antique Market (上海古玩市场)
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A house, a shopping mall and a street (一楼一城一条街) are the major three antique markets in Shanghai.


Teasure House Market"Treasure House", the true name of "FUYOU ROAD CRAFTS MARKET"(福佑路工艺品市场), it's used to be Fuyou Antiques Market. This market attract crowds of amateur collectors every Sunday morning on the lookout for a wide variety of objects such as paintings and calligraphy, pottery and all sorts of curios.
Add: Fangbang Lu 457, Shanghai
Tel: 021- 63262733


Jing'an Temple Jewellery & Curio MarketIt offers the best and the most complete range of antiques in the city and located at No. 1829 Beijing West Road. The first floor - jewelry jadeite, the craft class, the jade carving, the antique miscellaneous items. Interlayer - celebrity calligraphy and painting, the jade carving antique. The second floor - jade carving area, antique areas. The third floor - antique miscellaneous items, the calligraphy and painting celebrated work, the purple sand clay modelling, the ancient furniture four building -- antique miscellaneous items, the auction demonstrate the hall .The fourth floor - miscellaneous pieces of antique auction hall display.
Add: NO.1829 Beijing West Road, Jing'an District,Shanghai
Opening hours: Everyday from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Add: No. 1829 Beijing West Road, Jing'an District,Shanghai
Opening hours: Everyday from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.


Dongtai Road Antique MarketShanghai is a great place to go treasure hunting is Dongtai Road Antique Market, and it's official name is Liuhe Road Old Handicraft Market. It’s a nice change of pace from the large department stores and malls on and around Dongtai Road, just south of Hua Hai Zhonglu, near Hua Hai Park. Outdoor vendors line several streets on the outskirts of the Old Town. Antiques are few and far between and replicas, or fakes, abound but you will find plenty of vintage items, traditional crafts, curios and assorted knick-knacks. Among the stalls with embroidered slippers for bound feet, chopsticks, lanterns and furniture you will also come across Communist-era posters, calligraphy brushes and copies of The Little Red Book in several languages. Experienced antique collectors will be able to pick up some excellent buys.The metro stop closest to the market is South Huangpi Road. Add:Dong Tai Road,Shanghai
Tel: 021-64393615
Open Hours: 10 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Sat & Sun

How to Bargain
Cut the price in half, then half again. Expect to bargain ruthlessly; haggling can take hours. Antique buyers should be extremely cautious; copies are far more plentiful than authentic items across China.

How to get there
The metro stop closest to the market is South Huangpi Road. Taxis are abundant and inexpensive in Shanghai and while most cab drivers know the market they do not speak English. Ask the reception at your hotel to write down the name of the market in Chinese so you can hand it to the driver. Most hotels have business cards with their address in English and Chinese and a space on the back where the Chinese name of a destination can be filled in.We introduce shanghai subway station map for you.alt


altYunzhou Postal Coin Antiques Market (云洲邮币古玩城)
Add: No. 88, Damuqiao Road, Xuhui District
Tel: 021-64031117
地址: 徐汇区大木桥路88号(近肇嘉浜路)
电话: 021-64031117
Nanjing West Road Antiques Market (南京西路奇石古玩市场)
Add: altNo.688, Nanjing West Road, Shanghai
Tel: 021-62717572
地址: 上海市南京西路688号
电话: 021-62717572

Taikang Antiques Market (泰康古玩市场)
Add: No.113, Sinan Road, Luwan District
Tel: 021-64664710
地址: 上海市卢湾区思南路113号
电话: 021-64664710



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