Why do people appreciate antiques so much? Antiques are similar to fossils – they are relics of history, and they are limited in number.
These days, antiques are rapidly appreciating in value, and astute buyers can get much higher profits than from other kinds of investments. Many people like to go to antique markets attracted by stories about people who earned big money buying cheap antiques.
Here's a list of the top 10 antique markets in China. If you are interested in Chinese culture, if you keep an eye with Chinese antique, don't miss the following famous antique markets.
|Shanghai Yunzhou Curio Town|
Shanghai Yunzhou Curio Town (formerly called Shanghai Taiyuan Road Postal Coin Trade Market) has a history of some 25 years. Located in the centre of Shanghai and adjoining Huaihai Road Shopping Centre and flourishing Xujiahui Business Circle, the curio town has convenient transportation.
Covering about 20,000 square meters, with eight stories above ground and one storey underground, the Curio Town offers over 1,000 shops with a wide selection.
In addition, the Curio Town is well equipped with the latest facilities. Now it is the largest comprehensive Antique Collection Center in Shanghai.
You can examine porcelain, woodcarvings, calligraphy, paintings, furniture, paper, stamps, coins and more and take a break at the cafe bar equipped with Wi-Fi.
On the 8th floor is an antique exhibition center with an area about 1000 square meters which is an ideal place for holding the collecting exhibition, auction, identification of antiques, salon and lectures.
The collection fair held in the open air on every weekend enjoys a high reputation.
Add: No. 88 Damuqiao Road