Vintage? Retro? Antique? Collectable? Classic? Timeless?

Antique Murano

Antique Murano

PoshPedlar are well established experts in the quirky and the curious. We stock a fabulous selection of antique and vintage preloved jewellery, textiles,  gifts and accessories. Our stock changes every day.  – don’t miss out, these are one off items.

Black jet choker

Black jet choker

We adore all things bright rare and beautiful. Apart from just looking good, we insist on quality, and while most of our stock is preloved, it is in superb condition. We’re not just here to Flogit though! Nothing makes us happier than chewing the cud with like minded folk – like you. We post words/pics/musings everyday. (Sorry about that!). Please join us, we love to hear your comments, anecdotes, feedback, tips, and likes!

Black Forest Figures

Black Forest Figures

Whatever it is we sell it, oh and we also buy it. Send us a photo of your treasure for appraisal. Our shop complements our interior design service. Contact us for details of what we can do to make your home as gorgeous and as desirable as a PoshPedlar piece. Happy shopping!
Lucas Jack Sugarloaf!

Lucas Jack Sugarloaf!

Art Deco emerald torsade

Art Deco emerald torsade necklace

Antique scent bottle

Antique scent bottle



22 responses to “About

  1. Oh wow…these are beautiful!

  2. Thanks for reading my post on “getting” foreign jokes. Your site seems rich in treasures. Keep up the good work.

  3. very creative and caught me eyes. peace

  4. I also love the beautiful and the quirky. Thanks so much for visiting me at http://www.thewritesteph.com! I do a lot of quirky blogging. 🙂

  5. Ni hao Posh Pedlar,
    Thank you for visiting my blog and liking it. I am so glad to have discovered you as a result as you have some really interesting items!
    BTW the ‘scent bottle’ may not be a ‘scent’ bottle – it may be a Chinese snuff bottle, it certainly looks like one. But you may know better 😉
    Zai jian! Jo

    • Good evening!
      How do you do?
      Thank you for the information regarding the snuff bottle. How fascinating.
      I certainly don’t know better… it’s good to keep on learning. Interesting that a snuff bottle would have such a small aperture.
      Snuff taken in England centuries ago would be kept in a small box, and pinched between the fingers.
      Hope to see you again soon Jo.

  6. Thanks for visiting and liking my blog. You have some wonderful treasures here. You must have a fantastic time finding them.

  7. Beautiful and lovely things.

  8. Thank you for the comment. Please stop back by for part two. Great site yourself .

  9. “… preloved,” indeed. I love it. Keep up the good work.

  10. Hi Posh Pedlar – you have a lovely blog! I’ve just added myself as a follower. Loved your post on visiting Cornwall; two really dear friends of mine live there. Cheers from a chilly evening in the states!

  11. Hi i am a l9ver of all things used and unique. Ill b3 back

  12. Thank you for stopping by Storyteller. — Ray

  13. Julia Bannister

    Just latched on to your website which has caused me quiet mirth (the musings not the items for sale) . Thought this might amuse you. I went into a book shop today and asked which section I would find ‘Jewels, A Secret History.’ Dopey shop assistant said she didn’t know it, the computer was down so she couldn’t search for it and urged me out with her eyes. I then remembered the author was Finlay and expected her to leap to her leaden feet but instead she pointed right and said ‘you can look over there- I know we don’t have that one but there is a book about Auschwitz.’

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