Located on Princes Street just south of the Octagon, Odds and Ends is a second hand store packed to the brim with various pre-loved items in all shapes and sizes. Selling vintage funrniture, paintings, china, pottery, glassware and more, they also have a lovely selection of china cups.

Former co-owner Jim Chalmers has recently retired at the age of 78 but his legacy lives on. He once purchased a signed Salvador Dali print for a mere $4 so you never know what kind of treasures you may find in-store.

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A cool wee store on Dunedin’s Princes Street. I love the chaotic space featuring everything from secondhand crockery to vintage ceramics and china. It’s a must visit!

This cave-like secondhand store in Dunedin is filled to the roof with boxes, shelves and (mainly) cups and saucers for you to peruse. It’s a happy messy in here and you’re bound to find that piece of kitchenware to love forever.