11 Antique and Vintage Shops in Dublin
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Dublin is home to some amazing antique and vintage shops from fashion, jewellery to furniture.
Pre-loved, antique, vintage, up-cycled items that could tell a story or two if they were able to, are easily found in #DublinTown.
The city is filled with stores that have all these things making it a treasure trove for unique finds. If you’re not familiar with all of them, here are a few we think you should visit the next time you’re in the city centre.
The Harlequin is located on Castle Market, Dublin 2. The store is family run and opened in 2013. Home to a treasure trove of goodies, they have 1920’s – modern day clothing, shoes, bags, gloves, hats and menswear.
Open Monday to Friday 11 am – 6 pm and until 7 pm on Thursday and 1.30pm – 6pm on Sunday.
Retro can be found in Georges Street Arcade selling a Selection of vintage-inspired pieces and unique indie fashion. They sell 1940s and 1950s swing dresses, corsets, band and horror print t-shirts, petticoats, accessories of all types, top hats and more.
Open every day from 10 am and Sunday at 12 pm
Jenny Vander does both vintage clothing and antique jewellery. They have 10 large cabinets with the most incredible pieces and rails of amazing clothes. Based on Dury Street its home to some stunning pieces. If you are looking for something that is one of a kind, a special buy, this is the place to visit!
They open from 10:30 am daily
Cliffords is a family business located on Parnell St. They have an ever changing stock of antiques, fireplaces, furniture, mirrors and much more so dropping in to the store is a must! You will most definitely discover a hidden gem here.
Open Monday to Friday from 10 am to 5 pm daily and close on Sundays.
5: THE VINTAGE SHOP:
The Vintage Shop is also located in Georges Street Arcade. Here they have a great selection of clothing from 90s denim to 60s swing skirts. If accessories are your thing, you’ll be spoiled for choice here.
Open every day from 10:30 am and 12pm on Sunday
Om Diva have a mix of both vintage and contemporary fashion, in the basement of their store they have a vintage section. They are located on Drury Street and started with only a stall in Georges Street Arcade and now have an entire shop of four floors dedicated to fashion, accessories and lots of goodies.
Open every day from 10 am and 12:00 pm on a Sunday.
7: JEAN CRONIN:
Jean Cronin is located in the Powerscourt Centre on South William St; it has contemporary and Vintage Fashion in store with some stunning pieces. They also have jewellery and accessories.
They close on Mondays but are open every other day from 11 am until 6:00 pm and 7:00 pm on Thursdays.
Duffy Antiques has been in business for 70 years. They have amazing staff members who eat, sleep and breathe what they do and are happy to help you with whatever you might be looking for. They are more than happy to give expert advice to anyone who calls into their Parnell Street store.
Open Monday to Saturday 10 am to 5:30 pm and close on a Sunday.
9: DELPHI ANTIQUE:
Delphi Antiques is located in the Powerscourt Townhouse shopping centre in the City Centre. Delphi specializes in genuine antique jewellery, porcelain, silver and object d’art from the 18-20 century with an emphasis on original estate jewellery.
Open Monday to Friday from 10.30am-5.30pm, Thursday: 10.30am-7pm, Saturday: 10.30am-6pm and close on Sundays.
10: COWLEY ANTIQUES:
Cowley Antiques is an Antique shop located in the Westbury Mall, they offer a range of antique Jewellery, Silver, fine Georgian furniture and rare sporting art.
Open Monday to Friday from 10am – 6pm.
The latest vintage store on Capel St to open, it’s filled with quirky items that you really can’t find anywhere else. If your looking to renovate you home or office with unique items, then Vintage Dublin should be on your list of places to visit.
Open Monday – Saturday 10 am – 6 pm
Just like the city itself you’ll be surprised by what you can find. If you do find a unique find, let us know by using #DublinTown