THE SUNDAY ANTIQUE MARKET
After 31 years in the St. Lawrence Market Neighbourhood, Toronto’s much loved iconic Sunday Antique Market returns to an exciting new historic location at The Small Arms Inspection Building in the community of Lakeview in Mississauga.
If it’s rare, if it’s collectible and if it’s a hot on trend item, the Sunday Antique Market vendors find it first. And they sell it at hard to beat prices.
When the doors open at 9:00 a.m., you can feel the excitement. Smart dealers are already waiting, eager to scoop up unique pieces for their discerning clients. That’s because the Sunday Antique Market vendors are constantly out in the field, tapping into private sources across North America, sleuthing estate sales and haunting out-of-the-way auctions. You'll find collectible porcelain and ceramics, sixties furniture, vintage jewelry and rare prints and photos.
Regular and one-time visitors alike all have the same goal: to find something special. Perhaps it’s a bit of nostalgia – a book of poetry from one’s childhood; or a unique statement piece like a vintage brooch or a bold retro vase. To the hip and young, it’s new and it’s different and ahead of the trend. To the sharp-eyed collector it’s the rare treasure. To the designer it’s creative inspiration. For all, it’s the thrill of the hunt.