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Antiques on High

Antiques on High is an antiques and art shop from Oxford founded in 1997 and open seven days a week. It has won several awards. This prestigious high-street outlet has a number of options for dealing with antiques and vintage items. 

What you Can Find in Antiques on High

Antiques on High was founded in 1997, after the “Jam Factory” Antiques Centre closed. Coopers marmalade took the lease of 84 and 85 High Street between 1984 and 1987, running them as a shop and museum. Today, Antiques on High has three stores strategically situated across the country – including one in Oxford. 

Each store has its own eclectic and changing selection of antiques and vintage items, handpicked and selected. This includes jewellery, silver, books, music, arts and crafts, doll houses, cameras, brassware, and much more. 

Antiques on High works closely with leading members of the Oxfordshire Craft Guild to provide a wide selection of work in their stores. If you’re curious about the store, you can do a virtual tour here

Visiting Antiques on High

Website: https://www.antiquesonhigh.co.uk/

Address: 85 High Street, Oxford OX1 4BG England

Phone number: 01865 251075

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