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Cardiff indoor flea market: Antiques’ treasure in Splott

Cardiff indoor flea market

The hidden gem of the Cardiff which is the treasure of antiques, retro collectibles, ceramic, unique musical instruments.

The gate to antiques treasure

Splott, the district which is famous for its history, also have a hidden Cardiff gem in it, which is known as “Cardiff indoor flea market”. This gem safeguards the antiques and beautiful unique items which are open for sale with immense pride.

This place is a treasure of antiques, retro collectibles, ceramic, unique musical instruments, hand painted furniture, hand crafted gifts, China pots. All you have to do is to name it and they will provide you with a generous smile. 

Cardiff indoor flea market

A gentleman Alan Austin, from Cardiff who used to come in this market as a customer now has his own stall which is a treat to music lovers. The name of the stall is “Kaleidophonic”.

Store of more than 40 years old music instruments

Alan  very proudly said, “Me and my brother have a hobby of collecting guitars for last 40 years and now it is my business. The guitars are of British and German company and has been produced in China.

Alan lost in his own thoughts while tuning the guitar

“We also has an African drum and a  piano from 1950, I usually sale these items online but I am here to make more contacts” . 

A 69 year old piano

Not only the instrument store but everything here is so beautiful and unique that you end up buying more than what you had decided. 

Make sure you have ample of time to roam around because even if you are planning to leave the place within 15 minutes you will spend at least one and half hour in this beautiful market but sadly this market is open on  Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday from 9am to 5pm.

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