Opens at 10:00

Qeptas Antika

Österbybruk, Östhammar
The old office from 1730 has seen many uses over the years. Here, the blacksmiths and workers collected their wages. Many are also the Österby residents who, in the mid-1900s, visited both the local nurse and the police in the premises. Some of those who lived in the house we can still feel the presence of ...

Well stocked and sorted in several rooms

In the large room you will find besides porcelain, older furniture, ceramics, lamps, glass, silver, jewelry and art also spare parts for kerosene lamps, fittings, antique books and all kinds of interesting items.

The folk art room offers earthenware, one or more cabinets, utensils, home-woven linen, folk textiles, tin cans - and uranium glass.

In the corridor there is cutlery sorted in boxes in alphabetical order, more glass and art, books, postcards and clothing and shoes from 1960-1980, including Gunilla Pontén, Vanja Brunzell and Gudrun Sjödén.

The vintage room is filled with evening clothes, folk costumes, hats, shoes, Upsala Ekeby pottery and oil prints. The shelves are full of fabrics, tablecloths, blankets, pillows and textile workbooks. In the counter straight ahead, jewelery and evening bags glitter next to more prosaic shirt collars and nightwear. Curtains from the 1930s-1970s are hanging in the corner.

The retro room contains everything from children's books and toys to glass, ceramics, tablecloths, rugs, furniture and lamps - all from 1940-1970.

Welcome to botanize among your favorites!

Online Store

If you do not have the opportunity to visit the store, you can shop safely and securely at the web shop

Contact information

Qeptas Antika
Långgatan 7
Contact: .Karin Cassel
Phone: +46-705739977


Opening hours

  1. Today10:00-15:00
  2. Sunday10:00-15:00
  3. MondayClosed
  4. TuesdayClosed
  5. WednesdayClosed
  6. Thursday12:00-18:00
  7. Friday12:00-18:00


The oldoffice is right on the street with a narrow sidewalk outside. Free parking around the corner at the steam forge.

Accessibility for people with disabilities is poor. Three steps lead up to the entrance. We are happy to help, but it is unfortunately not possible to get up with a wheelchair.


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