Antiques add so much to a home or office: a sense of quality, history, refinement, and grace. It's no wonder that people find them hard to resist. If you're the type of person who can't pass by a shop, without wondering what may lie within, you'll relish London's bounty. A wide selection of antiques of all vintages, provenances, and places of origin can be found, and 10Best leads you to the top sources. Our editors and readers particularly applaud Andrew Nebbett Antiques, as you will with one glance at the merchandise. It's without a doubt one of London's best antique shops. Also nestling among London's streets is The French House, a favourite for those looking for that je ne sais quoi for their home, with pretty linens, lace cupboards and ornaments to adorn and prettify. If markets are more up your street, then Portobello road is still the source of some great vintages, as is Camden Passage in the north of the capital. Lastly, Alfie's Antiques market has a bit of everything, from furniture to clothing, to ornaments, to clocks, and with a wealth of expertise and history at their fingertips, you may just find yourself bitten by the collecting bug, and shipping exciting boxes half way around the world. Happy vintage shopping.