The finest antiques in Stamford, the finest market town

Thousands of items. Free parking at the rear.

St. Martins Antiques has the largest and finest collection of antiques in Stamford.

Peter Light founded St. Martins Antiques Centre in 1993, the year George Eliot's novel, Middlemarch, was filmed in the town. Since then, the number of dealers has grown steadily, and now the centre has the capacity to lease space to over seventy exhibitors, homed on floor units, or in a range of cabinets. Quality furniture items are also considered on a commission basis. The Centre has a variety of antiques unmatched in the surrounding area. Items range from £5 to £5,000. The centre's presence is well known, not only to local Customers, but those that travel from Europe and Overseas.

Now in its twenty-second year, the Centre is run by Lucinda Silcock, Peter's daughter. Her experienced team are always on hand, happy to proffer advice, help you purchase fine quality antiques, or discuss your requirements if you are wishing to lease space or offer an item for commission sale.

If you would like to know if specific items are in stock, before travelling, please phone us on
(01780) 481158 and we will be pleased to help.