This Hidden Lajpat Nagar Shop Has Antiques That You Won’t Find Anywhere Else

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What Makes It Awesome

Deep within the busy (and crammed) lanes of the furniture market in Amar Colony, you'll find Jolly Furniture, a home decor and antiques shop that sells all things cool, kitschy, and useful. Enter the flea market from the small lane besides the park it's built around, walk straight, sharp right, walk some more, and there it is, on your left — shop number 24. Yeah, the directions might seem confusing, but believe us, it’s totally worth scratching your head for a couple minutes for (or, you know, just ask for the shop number).

The little shop, run by a lovely, old fella named Jolly, is full of decor pieces you might see in a bar, a restaurant, or even a well-decorated store. You’ll find huge versions of beer bottle caps with your favourite alcohol brand or rock band’s name shining through, foldable lamps, clocks that look like they came right out of the Game of Thrones universe, showpieces you can actually show off, and antiques you never knew existed (or that you wanted).

If you’re the kind of person who likes to collect offbeat and quirky antiques, gets lost looking at Victorian wall clocks, or just wants their living room to stand out, you’re in for a treat. We couldn’t possibly describe the shop in its full glory; there’s just so much going on in there, so we suggest you make a quick trip to this shop number 24 and shop your heart out.

Timings: 10:30 AM - 8:30 PM (do call them up before heading out)

Price: INR 400 - INR 6,000

Pro Tip

Please wear a mask at all times when heading out, follow social distancing guidelines, and take the utmost safety precautions to keep yourself and those around you safe.


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