The Old Maltings Antique Centre is on Aswell Street in Louth, Lincolnshire. It’s near to many award winning cafes, restaurants, bookshops, record stores and even another antiques centre. Louth is a very pretty Market town set in the gentle hills of the Lincolnshire Wolds, the town has retained much of its old character with lots to see and do.
The large two floor building was once a malt kiln and brewery belonging to Benjamin Ryley. The Antique Centre was founded over 40 years ago and is now run as a co-operative that donates thousands of pounds each year to local charities. As the Old Maltings Antique Centre is home to a large group of independent traders, there is a very large choice of items is wide ranging and never dull.
The Old Maltings Antique Centre recently appeared on the BBC One programme ‘Antiques Road Trip’ where Paul Laidlaw could be seen searching through our two floors of treasures. A very good day was had by all and he even made a handsome profit on one of his purchases!
Some of the dealers also services such as offer antique furniture restoration or cane or rush seating restoration, others are often happy to buy quality antiques, vintage furniture, gold and silver and one off items. If you are thinking of selling something then please send us and email and we will get back to you. Alternatively, you could bring a photo of the item in for us to look at or if it’s easy to lift you could even consider bringing it in.