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Bartlett Street Antiques Centre

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Address: 8 Bartlett Street, Bath BA1 2QZ, England
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10:00 - 16:30
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Mon - Sat 10:00 - 16:30

An antique lover's dream, this shopping enclave contains more than fifty...

An antique lover's dream, this shopping enclave contains more than fifty knowledgeable dealers offering treasures for the collector.

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Lots of stuff to see

Arrived in Bath by train from York. My friend and I had a list of places to see and my friend is into antiques. We had to make a stop at Bartlett first since we arrived in the... read more

Reviewed 4 October 2016
sheila a
Kapolei, Hawaii
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Kapolei, Hawaii
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Reviewed 4 October 2016

Arrived in Bath by train from York. My friend and I had a list of places to see and my friend is into antiques. We had to make a stop at Bartlett first since we arrived in the afternoon. So much things to see. Lots of jewelry. There were a few items that were cool but way to big for... More 

Thank sheila a
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Reviewed 22 July 2016

The Bartlett st antique centre is a must if you are interested in buying silver items or jewellery and you have deep pockets but there is very little else on offer. Very few ceramics, no metalwork, little treen, not many books, little furniture and just a few oil paintings. This is why I could only give three stars as i... More 

Thank kishere t
Great Missenden, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 9 November 2015

Lots of stuff to look at, no hard sell and quality jewellery at much better prices than the high street. Plus there are great shops all around it. A bit of a hidden gem, worth seeking out.

Thank wardzini
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Reviewed 19 March 2015 via mobile

Great shop with different stalls selling unique jewellery, old coins and fab silverware. A must when in bath.

Thank Natalie J
London, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 27 December 2014

All visitors to the lovely city of Bath should find time to visit Bartlett Street Antiques Centre. There is so much choice for the discerning collector of jewellery, silver, ceramics and so much more all available at reasonable prices...........make an offer on something, there are many bargains to be had. The staff are friendly and helpful and very knowledgeable, willingly... More 

Thank BritAbroad5
Voorburg, The Netherlands
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Reviewed 8 December 2014

Great indoors antiques centre with lots of boots of different sellers. There is something for everyone. Coins, buttons, jewellery, dolls, bears, porcelain. I bought a beautiful art deco statue there for a good price.

Thank elleke d
Moorpark, California
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Reviewed 5 October 2014

This is a great antique shop not far from The Crescent and very close to the Fashion Museum where one can go treasure hunting for smalls. It's perfect for travelers with limited luggage space. There's a wide variety of items with surprisingly good prices on much of it. I went hog wild downstairs in one booth that had a lot... More 

Thank Linda C
Tetbury, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 18 June 2013

As antique centre go this one is offering a good selection of items. The emphasis is on smalls rather than furniture but there is a good choice of jewellery and watches. If there is a problem it is the attitude of one exhibitor who is rude. When asked if his shop was open his answer was "the doors open and... More 

6 Thank Toptown
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Reviewed 7 November 2011

I always try to buy my children/grandchildren things that will become 'treasures' that they will keep for a lifetime rather than throwaway items like toys with no lasting appeal. So as a Bath resident I find the Bartlett St Antique Centre a mine of ideas and lovely gifts wether jewellery, antique pens, antique watches, silverware, silver giftware, all sorts of... More 

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Reviewed 14 October 2011

OK, it was last year on a tour visit to Bath which was not primarily to buy antiques. On the street to the Assembly Rooms we entered this place of many stands and returned after the "high" of the above visit location. Lots of wonderful and attractive stalls/stands. Friendly and informative traders who know the business, but were relaxed and... More 

3 Thank John W

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