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Portobello Road Antiques

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 Painter Iona was inspired by this row of narrow, painted Notting Hill houses with shops underneath.

The world’s largest antiques market is held on Saturdays with thousands of stalls in the trendy area of London’s Notting Hill, where the famous film was set. Vintage and young designer fashions are also popular, as is fresh food. Some shops and cafes are open all week. This was issued in 2003 on the Oxford Oxfam model that sells pre-owned goods too. Iona painted most with a pale gold wall but the last few had other colours, such as here.

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Hazle Ceramics
Portobello Antiques
Limited Painting of 80
on Oxford Oxfam LE2000
Hazle Millennium Series
Limited Mould 1 of 1000
With rare blue wall colour

 Oxfam shop on original site. Hazle copied the left side with its modelled stonework between the upper windows.

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 Stall holders having a gossip!

 Left: Moorcroft vase, carved wooden figure, blue & white china wares, Staffordshire dog plus ivory. Right: Bric a brac with that retro look.

 Two stallholders enjoying a gossip.

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