LAPADA - THE ASSOCIATION OF ART & ANTIQUES DEALERS
Henley on Thames, Oxfordshire
3details - the collection of British artist and antiques dealer Peter Woodward. With over 30 years in the trade, Peter offers a mixture of Contemporary Art, 20th century objects and design. English and Continental antique furniture, objects and decorative items. Peter studied painting and printmaking at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts & The (then titled) Philadelphia College of Art both in Philadelphia Pennsylvania, USA. He’s been involved in the creative world since leaving Art college in 1987, selling paintings privately and commercially, mainly on commission. In the early 1990’s he became involved in the antiques trade, his passion for fine & decorative antiques has made him a regular exhibitor at The Decorative fair in Battersea Park, Olympia & LAPADA Berkeley Square.
A Pash and Sons
37 South Audley Street, London, W1K 2PN, England
Since humble beginnings in the 1920s West End to the current location at 37 South Audley Street, Mayfair, A Pash and Sons has established itself as one of the most significant names dealing in both fine antique silver and old Sheffield plate. Since taking premises in the Bond Street Silver Galleries in the early 1990s, they have grown to occupy over 2500 sq. feet at their Mayfair shop. A Pash and Sons pride themselves on their selection of unusual and decorative silver, pieces with important provenance and object d'art. They hope to continue expanding and bring the delights of important antique silver to a wider clientele.
A Rakyan Collection
Shepherd Market, London, United Kingdom, W1J
A Rakyan Collection was founded in 2015 by the Rakyans, a seventh generation jeweller family, to showcase their passion and love of antique jewellery and gems. The collection provides its clients with fine and rare jewels from around the world and different epochs, which are carefully picked for their provenance, wearability, collectability and beauty. The experience and passion of the Rakyan family ensures that each piece is a fine example of jewel and will excite the collector well into many generations.
A. J. O'Sullivan Antiques
Whimpton House, Darlton, Newark, Nottinghamshire NG22 0TA, United Kingdom
Specialising in 18th to 19th century English furniture, antique furniture restorations and gilding.
35b St George's Terrace, Jesmond, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom, NE2 2SU
Andrew Campbell started trading in antique silver in 1977. Over the years, Andrew’s passion and interest in high quality items crafted in silver grew, and AC Silver flourished. As a result of providing customers with a wide range of items, along with a professional yet personal service, Andrew has been able to extend his business to a dedicated store in Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK, and to a worldwide audience via the AC Silver Website. Now with this third version of the AC Silver web site, and unique shop premises in Jesmond, Newcastle, ten dedicated and enthusiastic team members support Andrew achieve his ambition to expand and improve his business further. In addition to offering a wide range of quality silverware at fair prices, AC Silver now holds a variety of fine antique, vintage and contemporary diamond and gemstone jewellery pieces. Andrew takes pride in offering a high standard of service whilst giving personal attention to all customers, old and new.
Academy Fine Paintings
Academy Fine Paintings, Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire, SL9 7AT, United Kingdom
Academy Fine Paintings is an international fine art dealership based in Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire specialising in 19th century British and European oil paintings by some of the most important artists of the period, from Victorian landscapes and subject pictures to Belle Epoque portraits and Orientalist scenes.
66-67 South Audley Street, London W1K 2QX, United Kingdom
Established in 1964, Adrian Alan is an international family run business and one of the world’s leading dealers in nineteenth century furniture and works of art. For fifty years, Adrian Alan himself has been at the head of our company, dealing in the very finest antiques and exhibition pieces of furniture and sourcing important items for private collectors and the great museums of the world. The gallery, based in the heart of London’s Mayfair, services a global client base, showcasing one of the largest collections of antiques available anywhere in the world, together with offering expert advice on all aspects of the buying process.
Rue Renier Chalon 16, Ixelles, Belgium
Alain Cartier is a member of the fifth generation of the Cartier family of jewellers, and trades in jewellery, accessories and objects made by Cartier as well as by other jewellers from 1900 to 1965.
4 Marylebone Street, London, United Kingdom, W1G 8JH
Throughout the centuries, Treasures of the East have been discovered in London museums and art galleries, originally brought here by wealthy families moving to London, bringing their treasures, heirlooms and heritage with them. Alex J. Zadah, third generation collector and dealer in fine textiles, Persian carpets and antiquities, recognised a demand from the public for these exclusive, hard-to-find antique textiles, and began to source and supply these beautiful accoutrements to clients in London. Trading in Mayfair and Marylebone at first, he soon expanded into North West London as well, providing a wealth of knowledge and expertise to his clients, including a veritable Who’s Who of International Royalty and Celebrities. Within these collections, there are beautiful examples of fine European tapestries and exquisite central Persian carpets from the Safevid period, similar to exhibits at the British Museum, which houses the same styles. The finest of silk weavings from Isfhan can also be found. A special, limited collection of these fabulous Eastern Treasures has been brought to you – directly from the Shiraz region, straight to our gallery in Marylebone. You have the opportunity to own a unique, lavish, hard-to-find piece of history.
Alexander Ancient Art
Papelaan 65, Voorschoten, The Netherlands
Alexander Ancient Art was established in 1991 by Egyptologist Alexander Biesbroek. Alexander has been a collector of ancient art since 1972 and has worked as consultant for collectors of ancient art worldwide. The gallery, based in the Netherlands, offers a wide range of authentic, high quality antiquities from Egypt, the Near East, the Classical world and the Pre-Columbian Americas. Every object is carefully vetted for ancient authenticity and is unconditionally guaranteed in writing to be genuine and as described. Alexander Ancient Art is a member of ADCAEA, LAPADA and CINOA and has exhibited or is exhibiting at major art fairs like BAAF, BRUNEAF, London Olympia Art & Antiques Fair, and Winter B Sablon Brussels.
Alexander George Fine Antiques
Buscot Manor, Buscot, Oxfordshire , SN7 8DA
Alexander George Antiques’ enthusiasm and unerring passion for the finest English furniture is evident from the moment you enter our gallery at Buscot Manor in rural Oxfordshire. Here you will find examples from the most prestigious of the 17thand 18thcentury cabinet-makers, craftsmen of the Golden Age including Thomas Chippendale, Coxed & Woster & Gerrit Jensen. Whether you are a collector or a first-time buyer the choice of pieces will inspire. Each has been carefully selected for its exceptional design and provenance, as well as in many instances its academic significance. Originality and authenticity are paramount; and using our extensive knowledge from many years’ experience in furniture conservation and restoration we can ensure that our clients can buy with absolute confidence. Sharing of knowledge is very much at the heart of our ethos, with an emphasis on building relationships where we can learn and grow together. As a consequence, we have built up a reputation of trust and integrity and a customer loyalty that has resulted in our furnishing some of the finest private and museum collections in the world.
meadowside, wreath lane, chard, somerset, TA20 4DT
Art Nouveau and Art Deco
Gallery 85, 85 Portobello Road, London W11 2QB, United Kingdom
Specialist in 19th Century Meissen Porcelain and Antiques. Alexandra Alfandary has been an active and enthusiastic dealer in antique Meissen Porcelain as well as other European Porcelain, including KPM plaques for over 40 years. During this time she has concentrated on 19th Century Meissen and in particular on those figures and groups with fine modelling and subtle and detailed decoration, as well as on the superb and detailed decoration on Meissen wares of this period. We also place great importance on the condition of all the pieces we sell and never sell badly- or over-restored items .
Anderson Wallrock Nautical Antiques
Gosport Street, Lymington, Hampshire SO41 9BB, United Kingdom
Leading specialists in luxury maritime antique furniture, works of art and nautical paraphernalia. Anderson Wallrock Nautical is an exciting collaboration between sailing mad duo Tim Anderson and Charles Wallrock, both established antiques dealers for over 30 years and passionate yachties. Being antiques themselves, Tim and Charles have amassed a wealth of knowledge and have become leading global maritime dealers.
Andrew Lovatt Antiques
Nineteenth Century English and Continental furniture and paintings
Denneweg 3A, The Hague, 2514 CB, The Netherlands
Continental furniture, glass, metalware and porcelain, Oriental & Continental pottery and porcelain, pewter.
Anthea AG Antiques Ltd
Grays Antique centre 58 Davies Street, London, United Kingdom, W1K 5LP
Anthea deals in fine gem-set jewellery circa 1840-1970's with a collection of signed pieces.
Chester House, Bull Street, Holt, Norfolk, NR25 6HP, , Closed between 1 and 2pm daily (advisable to telephone if travelling far).
Dealer in high quality period Engish Furniture of all mediums. Selling to both Private and Trade clients. Operating from a shop premises together with large warehouse for unrestored items. Exibiting at major English Antique Fairs.
Anthony James & Son Ltd
PO Box 63974, London, SW15 9BD, England
We have been established in the Antiques business for over 60 years, dealing in antique furniture, mirrors and objects from the Queen Anne, Georgian, Regency and Victorian periods. Our goods are sourced from all over the world and we exhibit and vet at Fairs in the UK and abroad.
Anthony Woodd Gallery Ltd
4 Dundas Street, Edinburgh, Scotland EH3 6HZ, United Kingdom
With over 30 years experience Anthony Woodd has been running an art gallery in the heart of Edinburgh, Scotland. Formerly Director of the Malcolm Innes Gallery, in 2000 he launched his own gallery in Dundas Street, the centre of Edinburgh’s commercial art world. The Anthony Woodd Gallery sells traditional art – mainly nineteenth century oils, watercolours and prints covering a wealth of subjects from Scottish landscape, sporting and military scenes to portraiture, caricatures and maps. Moreover, the gallery shows the work of some of the hugely talented traditional contemporary Artists working today in Scotland and maintains a selection of affordable pictures alongside sculptures in bronze, ceramic and wood. The Gallery also offers Other Services including Restorations and Valuations and is always interested in buying new works of art.
Antichità Rita Tuci
Via Roma, 31, Trana, 10090 Metropolitan City of Turin, Italy
The genesis of Rita Tuci's work in the realm of antique stovery may be traced to her formative years at the Istituto Statale d'Arte in Florence, Italy, where in the 1970's she studied a variety of disciplines (including, but not limited to, graphic arts and the art of the plaster cast), and to the time spent perusing said city's fabled flee markets and venerable museums--an experience that would leave an indelible impression upon Rita, and that in time, would infuse her work with an ever-growing passion for all things antique, and in particular, all things chimney and/or stove-related. Through her unique talent and inexhaustible research (that brings her to visit European countries far away from her native Italy), countless antique stoves, once broken and fragmented, and missing essential components, have been brought back to life, and restored to their original aesthetic splendor. Whether in need of a marble base, a stone pediment, a missing ceramic tile, or a bronze ornament, Rita Tuci possesses the skill and determination to restore virtually any antique stove or chimney mantle--be it sumptuous of modest--and restore it to its original appearance and functionality--a process that requires great passion and knowledge, and one made possible by her ability to resourcefully combine disparate elements into one beautiful, historically accurate and cohesive whole.
AntikBar - Orginal Vintage Posters
404 King's Road, London SW10 0LJ, United Kingdom
AntikBar specialises in original vintage posters. Most of our stock is listed on our website and covers a variety of subjects - travel, advertising, sport, cinema, war and propaganda - from around the world, mainly from the late 1800s to 1970s. We offer worldwide delivery, collection advice, consultancy and search on demand services for collectors, individual clients and interior designers, as well as poster restoration services with our partners in California. Please contact us if you have a specific request or visit us at our gallery. We take part in various events during the year, including The Decorative Fair in Battersea Park, London, and the LAPADA Fair in Berkeley Square, London. We also host exhibitions, auctions and other events at our gallery. Our upcoming events are listed below and on our News and Events page at www.AntikBar.co.uk.
Antique Furniture Pancada
F, 2-5-13 Midorigaoka Meguro-ku Tokyo 1520034 Japan, 152-0034
Pancada offers 18th-19th century English and Continental furniture , lighting, mirrors, stained glass and objects d'art, celebrating the quality and historical background of our pieces whilst consulting with our customers on how to incorporate them stylishly into the modern home.
4F Imperial Hotel 1-1-1 Uchisaiwaicho, Chiyoda, Tokyo 100-0011, Japan
Specialising in 19th century jewellery.
Antique Jewellery Berlin
Antique Jewellery Berlin, Linienstrasse 44, 10119, Berlin, Germany
Antique Jewellery – Forever modern since 1750 Twenty years ago, we began trading antique jewellery at Rheinfrank - Antique Jewellery Berlin. Our interest in old jewellery is deeply rooted and continues to rise unstoppably. We share the fascination of our customers, to transfer the timelessly beautiful jewellery creations of the antique goldsmiths into the Here and Now and let them live on. We are very pleased about the increasing awareness of old arts, of cross-generation craftsmanship and resource-saving sustainability among the modern people. Because we fulfill these demands with our body and soul. We offer a wide range of products and cooperate with professional jewellery specialists worldwide. With our location in Berlin-Mitte, within walking distance to Hackescher Markt and Alexanderplatz, we are the first address for antique jewellery in Berlin since 2010. Our customers appreciate the flexibility that we achieve with our internationally accessible online shop as well as with our personal advice in our shop. Anyone who uses our online shop as a catalog for a relaxed research at home, but also would like to see the jewellery in reality, has the opportunity to do so in our shop in Berlin. Each of our antique pieces from three centuries of jewellery history can also be viewed and purchased here in Berlin-Mitte. If you prefer buying online, you enjoy a genuine, highest quality guideline fulfilling buyer protection. Trust does not come from somewhere. It is our drive and, at the same time, our greatest joy that we can pass on to you with antique jewellery. Welcome on our sites. Welcome to our shop. Welcome passion!
Antiques and Interior Innovations Ltd
Gallery 85, Portobello Road, London, United Kingdom, W10
As an Antiques dealer I have been a specialists for over twenty years in eighteenth and nineteenth century Meissen, Vienna and Sevres porcelain. At my Gallery you can find a large selection of well chosen and of the best quality antiques. My Gallery is known world wide and visited by the most important dealers and ardent collectors.
Antiques Les Halles
Antiques Les Halles, #600, 3-5-4, Sakaemachidori, Chuo-Ku, Kobe, Hyogo, 6500023, Japan
Specialising in jewellery.
Antiques of the Orient
19 Tanglin Road #02-40, Tanglin Shopping Centre, Singapore, 247909, Singapore
Books, bronzes, maps, needlework, Orientalist, 18th- and 19th-century prints, textiles.
Aobadai Station, Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan
Since it first opened in December 1999, the idea of Antiques Violetta has been to create a "shop to stimulate the five senses". They specialise in jewelry and silver, pottery, lace, furniture and lighting which decorate women's lives.
ARCHITECTURAL HERITAGE LTD.
Taddington, Gloucestershire GL54 5RY, United Kingdom
Established 40 years, Architectural Heritage has a worldwide reputation for providing fine period and reproduction garden ornament, bespoke stone fire surrounds and period architectural elements, complemented by interesting 20th Century and contemporary sculpture. We aim to provide a personal service to professional and private clients alike. Our full inventory is on display in the galleries and grounds of Taddington Manor and our stock is regularly updated on-line.
The London Silver Vaults, Chancery Lane, London, United Kingdom, WC2A 1QS
An extensive selection of antique and modern silver, Sheffield plate and objets d'art. Specialising in silver flatware (cutlery) and meat carving/dessert trolleys. Registered at the the City of London and Sheffield Assay Offices & members of LAPADA & CINOA. Commissions highly individual silver items such as the largest spoon made from silver which has now set the Guinness World Record.
Art of the Imagination
PO BOX 2052, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP2 2AD
We have been been specialising in the original work of illustrators for many years now and believe that our success has come about because we enjoy talking with people, absolutely love the industry and have a depth of expertise that has been built on our passion for what we do and the willingness of collectors to share their knowledge with us. We also offer contemporary bronze sculpture by a few select artists whose work sits beautifully with the wall art. In 2013, we published our first book; it is a privilege to commission some of the wonderful artists we have worked with for so long to illustrate our own books.
Art World Gallery
62 Church Street, Falmouth, Cornwall TR11 3DS, United Kingdom
Established in 2000, Art World Gallery represents an exciting mix of Modern British and Contemporary art, in addition to a fine collection of French and Italian in house artists and sculptors. We take great pleasure in providing our customers with a relaxed, down to earth environment in which they can select the perfect piece to enhance their surroundings. We offer a wide range of services; sourcing and supplying individual pieces, building collections and creating interiors for the home and businesses.
31 Imperial road, Chelsea Creek, London, SW6 2FR, SW6 2FB
ArtAncient specialises in ancient art, including numismatics, and artworks of cultural and historical interest. Founded by the director in 2007 after more than 10 years experience in the business, we have grown to become prominent dealers, having exhibited at major art fairs and sold to important museums and collectors. ArtAncient are committee members of the ADA, members of LAPADA, CINOA and the BNTA.
2 Athenaeum Road, London N20 9AE, , By appointment only.
When she was 13 years old, Laura Bosc de Ganay saw a collection of Egyptian art for the first time in Paris. That's when she knew she wanted to work with Egyptian antiquities. She is a young and hard-working antiquities dealer, fascinated by Egyptian, Greek, Roman and Mesopotamian Art. After 10 years in the antiques business, she became a member of IADAA in 2008. Active all over Europe, Bosc de Ganay's main concern is to help collectors find and acquire antiquities that match their taste, She has chosen not to set up a gallery and meet only by appointment in order to be more flexible and incur lower fees. Her items are affordable, and she prefers to exhibit in internationals art fairs. She also likes to introduce new collectors to Egyptian Art, helping them create beautiful and organic collections, based on their taste and budget, establishing long=term working relationships. Bosc de Ganay believes that fine execution, good-quality material and provenance make an artwork's strength rather than its price.
London W1 (Mayfair), by appointment.
Arthistorical Ltd. is a fine art dealership based in London and founded by Stephen Porter, who has over thirty years' experience in the London and international art market. The company focuses on sourcing high-quality European sculpture, with an emphasis on portraiture and works in the classical tradition. We also offer various other types of art, including Old Master & British paintings, fine textiles and early Asian objects. Viewing of our works is by prior appointment and can be arranged at short notice at our premises in central London.
Arts Quorum Ltd
9 Demokratias Str., Ergates Industrial Area, Nicosia, 2643, Cyprus
Arts Quorum Ltd was founded in 1995 by Maria Hadjikyriacou Petridou. In our workshop at Ergates Industrial Area near Nicosia in Cyprus, we collect antique and vintage furniture, carpets and works of art such as paintings, watercolours and sculptures. We also keep a big collection of antique maps, prints, books, silver, pottery, porcelain and lots of other collectable interesting items.We also engage in furniture restoration on request.
Ashleigh House Fine Art
Saffron Walden, Essex
Dealing in Fine Victorian and nineteenth century European oil paintings, of RA exhibition quality and mostly original frames. All our stock is presented in excellent condition and is of fine decorative appeal. It is also chosen and priced with an eye to investment potential. Every painting we supply is accompanied by a portfolio of information about the artist and its source, as far as we know, together with photographs. Also whenever possible we endeavour to retain or restore original frames. Ron Hodgson of Ashleigh House Fine Art has been trading in fine arts and antiques for over thirty years, meeting customers throughout the country. We have long enjoyed an excellent reputation for our stock of paintings at competitive prices. As experts in our subject you can be confident of the authenticity and condition of our stock. We are professional art dealers applying to LAPADA's strict code of conduct. We exhibit at major quality Antique fairs throughout the year, including the London LAPADA & Olympia shows and National Exhibition Centre amongst others. We can supply tickets for our customers and between fairs we can make arrangements for us to visit you with a selection of paintings, please enquire.
JE3 9UY, Jersey
Founded by Jonathan Voak in 1997, Atelier Limited is based in London and Jersey and deals mainly in 17th - early 20th century oil paintings, watercolours, drawings and etchings and offers a museum standard conservation service. The Company operates from its office in Grouville, Jersey, and uses its London base near Tower Bridge to meet clients. Atelier harnesses the expertise of its Director and Consultants who have previously occupied senior positions in London’s national museums. The Director of Atelier, Jonathan Voak, was a curator with the Victoria and Albert Museum and Head of Apsley House, the Wellington Museum, on Hyde Park Corner in London.
111 Portobello Road, London W11 2QB, United Kingdom
Atlam Sales & Services is a family company run by Bettina Skogland – Kirk & Geoffrey Knowles. Bettina is the pocket watch specialist in Atlam and she is the person most will have contact with. She is always happy to give advice and recommendations. Berna and Sharon are also in the office and shop, dealing with customers and running our packing department with friendly efficiency. If you come to our shop during the week, you will meet Bob Jordan, who will gladly show you any of the watches on display. Atlam have been market Leaders in Pocket watches for nearly 20 years. We are known to specialise in the unusual and collectible pocket watches. We are known as having the largest of stock of pocket watches in the UK. We also carry a large stock of decorative and collectible silver items.
Babbington Fine Art
Wapping & Felixstowe by appointment only
George Babbington has been dealing in late 19th & 20th century art for over fifteen years. He has a particular interest in the works of Hercules Brabazon Brabazon, and in lesser known 20th century British artists. George has sold to museums and public institutions as well as to private individuals wishing to build a collection. He is on the advisory committee of the Works on Paper Fair which is held annually in February. Babbington Fine Art exhibits at a number of London art fairs, including the Fine Art & Antiques Fairs at Olympia; the Works on Paper Fair at The Science Museum; The 20/21 International & the 20/21 British Art Fairs at The Royal College of Art and the LAPADA Art & Antiques Fair in Berkeley Square. All enquiries are welcome and we are happy to arrange informal viewings between art fairs either in London or Suffolk where we are based.
Baumkotter Gallery & Restoration
Baumkotter Gallery specialises in 17th to 21st century paintings, 18th century paintings and 19th century paintings, English and European Old Master paintings and fine oil paintings of modern art, offering affordable art, including hunting and sporting pictures, shipping seascape paintings and landscape paintings. Lore Baumkotter and her son Nicholas Baumkotter have been dealing in fine art antiques since the early 1960s. Nicholas has been in the London fine art trade for 27 years with a strong grounding as a picture restorer. He trained with Mr W Lowe, formerly of The Courtauld Institute, Victoria and Albert Museum and art restorer of the Royal collection. Baumkotter Gallery fine art gallery provides restoration services of fine oil paintings and picture frames with a bespoke framing service.
Beedham Antiques Ltd.
Beedham Antiques has been in business for over 40 years specialising in 15th, 16th & 17th century oak furniture and early sculptural works of art in stone and wood from the late Celtic, Medieval, Tudor and Elizabethan periods. We can undertake the sourcing of individual pieces, to the furnishings of homes and properties, offering an unrivalled selection and service.
Bell and Bird
1206 West 38th Street, Suite 1102, Austin, TX 78705, United States
Two Victorian explorers, Gertrude Bell and Isabella Bird, inspired the name of the shop. We are tucked away in Austin, Texas, but travel far and wide. Our hunt is for the lovely and the uncommon – jewels that are hundreds of years old and counting. These pieces have been protected and cherished by generations all leading up to right now. Our evolving collection is carefully curated to be authentically antique while still referencing modern fashion.
Bentley & Skinner
55 Piccadilly, London, United Kingdom, W1J
Bentley & Skinner have between them been buying and selling jewellery for over 180 years, specialising in fine antique jewels, Fabergé and silver. Bentley & Co was first established at No 65 New Bond Street in 1934. For over 50 years the company was under the sole direction of the present director’s late uncle, John Sheldon, a connoisseur of Russian descent whose magnificent collection of jewels created world-wide interest when sold through Sotheby’s in 1985. Skinner & Co was established in 1880 and has been in the same family for three generations. The company was first invited to supply jewellery to the Royal Family in the latter years of Queen Victoria’s reign. Under the leadership of its existing Managing Director, Mark Evans, this family business recently moved from its premises in the Burlington Arcade to a large shop in Piccadilly, offering clients an excellent opportunity to view the displays of their wide range of stock, from art deco brooches to Victorian diamond necklaces. The company also carries out insurance and probate valuations. Other services include repairs, the re-modelling of old jewellery, pearl-stringing, engraving and bespoke jewellery commissions – a famous example being Damien Hirst’s diamond skull ‘For the Love of God’. They are also happy to offer on the part-exchange or purchase of jewellery and silver. Bentley & Skinner have the distinction of holding royal warrants to both Her Majesty the Queen and His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales.
91 Lower Sloane Street, London SW1W 8DA, United Kingdom
Bentleys is a true destination shop; a treasure-trove of the unexpected. Since Tim Bent founded the company in 1989, we have specialised in finding antique English leather accessories and travel goods, beautifully made silver from the Edwardian era and the finest vintage trunks from the great French houses of Louis Vuitton, Goyard and Hermès. We are passionate and knowledgeable about the items that we sell and love to share that enthusiasm with our customers. We like nothing more than putting a pieceinto the hands of a customer and sharing its history. Detail, craft and patina fascinate us and are evident in all of our stock from a 1920′s pocket roulette wheel to an aluminium wingtip desk.
Benton Fine Art
Regent House, High Street, Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire, GL56 0AX, England
Benton Fine Art is a Cotswold based gallery, established in 1972, and run by Matthew Benton and his father Jeffrey Benton. With over 50 years’ combined experience between them, Matthew and Jeffrey’s selected stock of 19th- and 20th-century paintings and watercolours have been carefully chosen for their subject and condition. A wide range of subject matter is included in the stock, whether it be landscape, still life, townscapes or portraits, to name a few. As a family run business Benton Fine Art has developed long term relationships with many clients over the past 35 years. These include interior designers, hotels and corporate businesses, as well as private and trade individuals, both at home and abroad. In addition to paintings, they also carry a range of 18th- and early 19th-century furniture and acquire quality pieces based on condition, rarity value, as well as commercial appeal.
88-90 Hatton Garden, London EC1N 8PN, United Kingdom
At Berganza, we pride ourselves on having one of the most extensive collections of antique rings in the world. As a family-run business, we also believe in a 'service for life' approach. We supply only the finest quality pieces available, and ensure all our gems are natural untreated stones without enhancements. What's more, we source just those rings that represent the very best of every period. From Roman, Byzantine and Georgian to Victorian, Edwardian and Art Deco. Not to mention, the retro fashions of the 1940s and 1950s. In short, when you purchase a piece of fine vintage jewellery from Berganza, you are investing in a rarity. Each article was handmade by a craftsman at a time when there was no mass production of gemstone rings and jewellers considered themselves artists. It's no coincidence, therefore, that we are proud sponsors of the prestigious Goldsmiths' Craft and Design Awards, and have been for the last twenty years, in support of the enduring craftsmanship within the jewellery trade. The team at Berganza combine experience with vision, practical expertise with academic excellence. A family business, our most important shared characteristic is a passionate devotion to antique jewellery. Our profound understanding of gemstones, supported by our extensive knowledge of the heritage of jewellery design, ensures that we are uniquely placed to select only the very finest for our collection, and to help our customers make informed choices in investing in pieces which, in many cases, will become their own heirloom. With a service that is unrivalled by any, we are confident that when you buy from us, you are buying peace of mind.
Billiard Room Ltd
Chilcompton BA3 4HP, United Kingdom
Billiard Room Ltd was established in 1993 to find and restore the most desirable pool, snooker and billiard tables. An expert player, owner Paul McKeivor is well aware that an antique table must not only be restored properly but also play correctly. All of our Billiard/Snooker tables are restored in the South West of England using traditional methods and high quality materials, each piece being given personal attention by an experienced craftsman. We are extremely fastidious when considering the purchase of a table, and only buy one for perhaps every fifty offered. A table must have an element that elevates it from the ordinary, either in the design, timber quality or provenance.
Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL52 6PA
Black Ink is a graphics gallery with 25 years experience in the art world. Our presence is both online and at specialist fairs. The gallery has built up an extensive selection of original graphics by some of the greatest names in the world of art. Virtually every artist of renown produced graphic work, whether original etchings or original lithographs or one of the many other graphic techniques. Original etchings, original lithographs, silkscreen’s, woodcuts and linocuts by the likes of Picasso, Renoir, Cezanne, Miro, Kandinsky, Whistler, Henry Moore, Chagall and Toulouse-Lautrec are amongst many others usually available.
Whitwick LE67 5UT, United Kingdom
Established in 1989, John and Pat Stanley combined their passion for farming and keen interest in Naive Art to set up Blackbrook Gallery. Coming from a Leicester based farming family, Blackbrook Gallery specialises in 19th Century animal paintings. They frequently have new paintings available by acclaimed artists such as; A.M Gauchi, Thomas Weaver, William Albert Clark and John Vine.
Blain Southern Ltd
4 Hanover Square, London, W1S 1BP United Kingdom, W1S 1HD
Blain|Southern is a contemporary and modern art gallery based in London and Berlin. The gallery represents an international roster of contemporary artists and is the worldwide representative of The Estate of Lynn Chadwick. The gallery’s recent exhibitions include Bill Viola, Ali Banisadr, Abdoulaye Konate, Nasan Tur, Francesco Clemente, Francois Morellet and Wim Wenders.
7 Quai Voltaire, 75007 Paris, France
Didier Marien has been an antique dealer since 1987, and he is also an expert and member of the European Chamber of Expert-Conseil in Works of Art (CECOA). In 1995, he bought the Boccara Gallery and developed it into different paths, particularly by introducing a collection of modern tapestries and developing a branch of contemporary silk rugs. In 2000, he had created Boccara Design and developed a line of artistic rugs. Since then he has opened galleries in major art capitals such as New York, Moscow, London, and Paris. He is not only the owner of one of the largest collection of antique and modern tapestries and luxurious silk rugs but also has been recognized as one of the best experts and merchants in this domain. Didier Marien has developed an innovative concept merging pieces of antiques and contemporary art. The “Boccara Design Silk Rug” collection is regarded as the avant-garde design and has attracted the interest of many collectors and decorators worldwide. Boccara Art is its latest department which contains modern and contemporary sculptures has complemented its textile collections with the masterpieces of Wang Keping, Jean-François Gambino, Nicola Rosini, etc. Boccara’s various departments and collections reflect a world of elegance and refinement that will fit perfectly in our contemporary interiors.
Tilburgseweg 19, 5051 AA Goirle, Nederland
Specialist dealers in fine antique arms and armour and antique clocks.
Bond Street (Nakajima Collection)
5F Sakae ST Building, 3-15-6 Sakae Naka-ku, Nagoya, 460-0008, Japan
18th to early 20th century silver, 18th to early 20th century and Continental jewellery.
Brian Watson Antique Glass
We have been in business since 1991 and sell at major antiques fairs or directly to clients who come not only from Great Britain but also Europe, the United States, Australia and the Far East. Our expertise is 17th 18th and 19th-century glass. Mainly drinking glasses but also other associated table glass. While collectors of early glass form a high proportion of our clients, we also sell a lot of glass which can be used by those who prefer to use glass from other periods in history than their own.
Brownrigg at Home Ltd
14 Long Street, Tetbury GL8 8AQ
Run by Jorge Perez-Martin, Brownrigg@Home is a thriving centre for antiques and interiors in Tetbury, Gloustershire, UK - relied upon by interior designers and antiques buyers alike. Brownrigg antiques, antique furniture, decorative antiques and painted antiques can be seen at our antique shop in Tetbury. We upload stock daily on our website and specialise in beautiful antique furniture and furnishings. Our antiques include European antiques, (mainly French antiques, Swedish antiques, Spanish antiques, English antiques) and collective decorative items. Antique furniture includes English furniture, French antique furniture, Swedish furniture, other Scandinavian antique furniture and of course wonderful Spanish furniture as Jorge Perez-Martin does indeed come from Spain.
WC2A 1QS, United Kingdom
Bryan Douglas Antique Silver was established in 1992, we are a family silversmith business that specialise in buying and selling good quality antique silver and old silverware. You can find us in the world famous London Silver Vaults, a unique location for buying and selling antique silver. As silversmiths and antique silver dealers, we also provide insurance appraisals and arrange fully insured and bonded shipping.
BURRELLS ANTIQUE DESKS
Burrells Antique Desks, Studio House, 143 Chester Road South, Kidderminster, United Kingdom, DY10 1XB
We are a husband and wife team specialising in antique desks, writing tables, library tables and desk chairs. We carefully select our furniture for quality and serviceability, then clean polish and sympathetically restore it to bring back its beauty. So all our furniture is in beautiful condition and ready for your home or office. Our focus is on large partners desks and library tables but also have a good variety of desks, tables and chairs plus other pieces. We also do our best to source particular items for our customers whenever possible. In the antique trade for over 38 years we have a good reputation and plenty of positive feedback from customers. Based in Worcestershire, England, UK we offer door to door delivery worldwide via specialist shippers using airfreight and ocean freight which can also be insured for your peace of mind.
Stags End, Gaddesden Lane, Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, HP2 6HN
With over 8,500 pieces of English and Continental Antique Furniture and Accessories from the Georgian, Regency, Victorian and Edwardian periods in two showrooms and an arena-sized warehouse of over 25,000 sq feet, we are one of the largest Antique Dealers in the country. As well as holding an enormous stock, we also provide a complete antiques-based interior design scheme for homes or offices in the UK and Worldwide. We have a highly experienced team of restorers and polishers in our workshops on site ready to restore each piece to an individual client's specifications. All our work is carried out using traditional methods of cabinetwork and polishing.
154 Kensington Church Street, London W8 4BN, United Kingdom
Based in Kensington Church Street, Butchoff boasts three floors and 3,000sq ft of the finest English and Continental mid 18th to 19th century furniture, mirrors, paintings and decorative objects. We also have further stock stored at our warehouses or with our own dedicated restorer so do not despair if you do not immediately see what you require. We aim to make is as easy as possible for you to purchase the finest antiques and our guarantee is absolute.
Callaghans of Shrewsbury
22 St Mary's Street, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, SY1 1ED
18th to 20th century British and European oil paintings, animal, marine and sporting oil paintings, portraits, exciting contemporary bronzes, contemporary art, contemporary ceramics and furniture. Oil painting and watercolour restoration, gilding and gesso restoration
Cambridge Fine Art Ltd
71 High Street, Little Shelford, Cambridgeshire CB22 5ES, United Kingdom
Cambridge Fine Art was first established in Trumpington Street, Cambridge in 1971. We deal in high quality, mainly British paintings from renowned artists. The majority of our paintings are from the Victorian era. We sell affordable art in a friendly environment. In the 1970's we were founder exhibitors at the Olympia Antiques Fairs, and at the National Exhibition Centre Fairs in the 1980's, where we continue to regularly exhibit. In 1986 we moved to Little Shelford, where we had extensive showrooms for fine paintings. We now exhibit widely at the major Antique Fairs, but also show our paintings at a number of Antique Centres and with Furniture dealers around the country. We have a large selection of fine oil paintings on show most of the year at various centres around the UK, including Rutland Arms Antique Centre in Bakewell, Gloucester Quays Antique Centre and Walton House Antiques in Wiltshire. We are also happy to advise you on art.
Camburn Fine Art France
La Roche Rigault, France
After an arts-orientated education at King's School Canterbury and Oriel College Oxford, in 1979 Stephen Camburn trained as an art dealer at Windsor & Eton Fine Art specialising in the paintings and prints of John Piper and other modern British and contemporary artists. After twenty years in art publishing which included fine art, antiques and the applied arts, Stephen Camburn established Camburn Fine Art; and in 2008 moved to France, south of the Loire Valley where the gallery is now based. Stephen Camburn exhibits regularly in London Mayfair, as well as the LAPADA Art and Antiques Fair in Berkeley Square, the Chelsea Art Fair, and Works on Paper. As a result, he has built up a loyal circle of clients and collectors worldwide from Delhi to Buenos Aires. The galleries in France, based just south of the Loire Valley, are open by appointment; and here clients can view a large selection of art works by a number of artists. The artists Stephen Camburn represents demonstrate a thorough technical mastery of the medium as well as genuine inspiration which can stand comparison with museum-quality art of today and tomorrow. The insistence on superb technique is the sine qua non of all work promoted by the gallery since it is only through technical mastery that creative risks can be taken: for example, the compelling assymetry of Peyrat's large ceramic vessels, the dramatic brushwork of Halliday's canvases, or the sharp focus and colouring of Texier's pastel painting.
Candida Stevens Gallery
12 Northgate, Chichester, West Sussex, PO19 1BA
Candida Stevens Gallery is a contemporary fine art gallery and consultancy based in Chichester specialising in Contemporary British Art. Working with Royal Academicians and emerging artists alike, Candida Stevens brings the best of Contemporary British Art to West Sussex and produces an annual Exhibition of importance in London and West Sussex.
Carlton Clocks Ltd
Chalfont Station Road, Little Chalfont, Buckinghamshire HP7 9PN, United Kingdom
One of the UK’s finest suppliers of high quality Antique Clocks. We are based in Buckinghamshire, but also serve London and the rest of the UK. Our showroom and workshops are located just outside London, UK and we stock a large range of antique clocks and new clocks at very competitive prices. Our on-site team of qualified horologists has years of experience in restoring and maintaining clocks. Our workshops are open plan to the shop, so you can watch the craftsmen at work, and be assured that your clock is in safe hands.
Rait PH2 7RT, United Kingdom
A fantastic selection of carefully chosen, quality items of Georgian and earlier furniture, Wemyss ware, rugs and carpets, Treen, Ceramics and objects D'art plus one of the largest selections of pre-owned antique woodworking tools in the country. We also provide a first class furniture restoration service with over 30 years experience. Our comprehensive tools website can be viewed at http://www.toolbazaar.co.uk
Catherine Hunt Oriental Antiques
PO Box 743, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL52 5ZB
Catherine (Cathy) Hunt established her business in 1988 taking the decision to base the business around the quality antique fairs circuit. The business has always been centred on Oriental antiques, more specifically pre-1780 Chinese ceramics and pre-1900 Chinese textiles; these two disciplines Cathy has always been passionate about. Although dealing as a sole trader Cathy has grown her business into an international company, achieved by careful selection of pieces to sell and by helping some collectors to develop fine collections. Cathy left Oxford University with a degree in Modern History, which encompasses everything from when the Romans left to the modern day. It is the love of research and Chinese ceramics which brought her into the antique trade and which still keeps her busy writing articles and doing presentations which uses her skills that were developed when she taught History to A level. Today she still deals in Oriental antiques on the international fair circuit but primarily off her own web site www.cathyhunt.co.uk and the BADA website.
100 Heath Street, London, London Borough of Camden NW3 1DP, United Kingdom
Catto Gallery has been established since 1986 and has grown to become one of the most prestigious fine art galleries in London specialising in the best of contemporary art across all mediums. The Gallery was founded by Gillian Catto and taken over in 2009 by two employees Iain Barratt and Imogen Green, having between them over 20 years experience of the business, its artists and customers, and the art world in general. Catto Gallery, situated in the beautiful village of Hampstead, underwent an extensive refurbishment in 2010, also adding a small additional gallery in the basement known as ‘Catto Below’. This extra space allows Catto Gallery to hold smaller exhibitions, often by lesser-known, sometimes more experimental, artists, to run alongside the main solo shows upstairs. New exhibitions are held approximately every 3 weeks throughout the year, showing unique works by leading artists from around the world.
CHAPPELL & MCCULLAR
600 West Shaw Avenue, Fresno, CA, United States, 93704
English antique furniture is the ultimate in classic design. Whether a George II period walnut bureau bookcase or a Regency period writing table, our selection of English antiques forms a resonant touchstone for both the collector and the interior designer. Through our years of collecting, we have brought our own careful judgment to the selection of both English antiques and select continental pieces. We strive to make each piece speak for itself as an excellent example of its type. Our passion is the Georgian period. Although we endeavor to understand each of our furniture pieces in their original context, you will find our selection of antiques a wonderful addition to any modern lifestyle. We supplement our selection of antiques with exquisite artwork and our own collection of contemporary furniture, ‘Contemporary Classics’. Find out why Architectural Digest has called our galleries of English antiques ‘a destination for connoisseurs’.
337 East Fifty-Fifth Street, Kansas City, , Missouri , 64113, USA
A dealer of 18th- and early 19th-century English furniture. Charlecote a second generation family business was founded in 1980 with showrooms in the historical Crestwood neighborhood of Kansas City, Missouri; blocks from the Nelson Atkins Museum of Arts and the Country Club Plaza. Charlecote today is one of the leading fine English antique dealers in the Midwest. The Gallery collection comprises bookcases, sideboards/cabinets, chests/commodes, tables, desks/writing tables, seating, dining room furniture, mirrors, girandoles; and miscellaneous products that include clocks/barometers, caddies, portraits and other furniture/objects. Our range of English antique furniture includes Regency, Queen Anne, Georgian, Victorian, rococo and neo classical furniture. We also provides interior decorating services specializing in period design settings based on fabrics and wallcoverings.
CHARLOTTE SAYERS ANTIQUE JEWELLERY
Grays Antique Market, Stand 313-315, 58 Davies Street, London, United Kingdom, W1K 5LP
I specialise in antique jewellery from 1649 to 1920. Of particular interest to me are: 17th century Stuart crystals and rings; 18th century Memorial jewellery, gem set rings and Paste; Cut Steel, Berlin Iron and sentimental jewellery; 20th century Suffragette and Art Deco pieces. I also adore earrings so am tempted by any interesting examples. I started my business after qualifying for my FGA (Fellow of the Gemmological Association) in 1986 and am also a member of the Society of Jewellery Historians. It was the result of a passion and is something that I enjoy enormously
Cheshire Antiques Ltd
Thornton Manor, Manor Road, Thornton Hough, Cheshire CH63 1JB
Specialising in English furniture.
Christian Davies Antiques
Darwen BB3 0FE, United Kingdom
Christian is a second generation antique dealer and has been involved in antiques for 30 years, the first 8 years in the family business KC Antiques and the last 20 under his own steam as Christian Davies Antiques. Christian's passion in Antiques is for quality furniture particularly from the Late Victorian and Edwardian Period a time when British craftsmanship and cabinet making was the envy of the world. Our stock is painstakingly sourced from all over the U.K and sometimes Europe to make sure that we only stock the very best examples of this furniture.
Christopher Bangs Ltd
Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk
Antique Metalware & Metalwork from Mediaeval to Regency, including Brass, Bronze, Paktong, Copper, Iron & Steel. European Works of Art. Antique Textiles, including Spitalfields silks, English & French printed cottons, Costume, Lace and 19th century Shawls.
Christopher Bigden Ltd
8 Meadow Works Business Park, Kenton Road, Debenham, Suffolk IP14 6RP
Established in Debenham in Suffolk, for over forty years, Christopher Bigden Ltd is a family business specialising in old English and continental furniture, with complementary paintings and sculpture. Over the years we have built up a wealth of both trade and private clients as well as many Worldwide interior decorators. In addition, the business is expanding its range of contemporary objects sympathetic with period works. We also offer a high quality bespoke service making furniture to measure, please contact us directly to discuss this.
CHRISTOPHER BUCK ANTIQUES LIMITED
56-60 Sandgate High Street, Sandgate, Folkestone, Kent CT20 3AP, United Kingdom
For over 30 years, Christopher Buck Antiques have been dealing in fine quality English furniture of the Georgian periods. We have built up an enviable reputation amongst the trade and our many customers around the world. We endeavour to provide pieces of unquestionable originality, exceptional condition and superb colour, at fair and tempting prices. Alongside our retail business, we provide a wide range of associated services from valuations to restorations and we specialize in assisting with the disposal of chattels from deceased estates.
Christopher Clarke (Antiques) Ltd
Stow-on-the-Wold GL54 1JS, United Kingdom
Specialist dealers in 18th, 19th & early 20th Century Campaign Furniture and Travel Equipment with associated military pictures. Writers and researchers on the subject.
Christopher Kingzett Fine Art
68 Camberwell Grove, London, SE5 8RF
Christopher Kingzett is an independent dealer and consultant in 20th Century British Painting, drawing and sculpture, and in works on paper of all periods. Christopher has over 35 years experience in the art market. After reading History of Art at Eton and the University of East Anglia, he worked in the Old Master department at Christies. He joined Agnew’s in 1981 where he was until the sale of the company in 2013. The company is based in an Eighteenth Century town house in South London, a short distance from the Camberwell College of Arts and the Dulwich Picture Gallery. The firm shows at three major fairs during the year, TEFAF in Maastricht in March, Masterpiece in Chelsea in June and 20ǀ21 at the Royal College of Art in September. We are available by appointment at any time.
Cider House Galleries Ltd
Norfolk House, 80 High Street, Bletchingley, Surrey, RH1 4PA
The Cider House Galleries have been established for over 30 years and deal in oil paintings from the 17th to early 20th century and in 19th-century bronzes. Tony Roberts, together with his wife Helen, runs the Cider House Galleries from the small village of Bletchingley in Surrey, although their business enjoys an international following. Originally known as ‘The Kaplan Gallery’ and based in London in the 1950s, the business joined forces with the Cider House Galleries, an art warehouse owned by the Roberts family, in 1971. Tony and Helen are the second generation to run the gallery. The Cider House Galleries hold a large stock of oil paintings depicting a large variety of subjects including portraits, still lives, animal and botanical scenes, seascapes and landscapes. Tony and Helen Roberts are also happy to source pieces for clients and have assisted in many important and often unusual acquisitions. They successfully sourced the tables and chairs for the first G8 summit and found, acquired and shipped a birthday present of a Rodin sculpture for a head of state. The Cider House Galleries have also supplied pieces to the British, Dutch and Saudi royal families. PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE www.ciderhousegalleries.com
Clive Loveless - 'Primal Art'
A dealer for over 40 years, Clive Loveless, was initially partnered with David Black at their internationally renowned Holland Park, London gallery where they specialised in Near Eastern tribal rugs, kilim tapestries and textiles. They held many exhibitions with accompanying illustrated catalogues while also working with Nicholas Serota at the Whitechapel Art Gallery in 1977 on The Undiscovered Kilim exhibition and with Sir David Attenborough on one of his Tribal Eye TV series in 1979 entitled Woven Gardens. Since amicably splitting with his partner in the mid ’80s Clive has worked by appointment from his home in North Kensington and has diversified his interest in, as he describes it, “focussed eclecticism”, moving into abstract tribal artefact and textile fields from Africa to Oceania, while still cultivating one of his early specialisations in the little known area of rare pre-1850 dowry tapestries from the Skane area of southern Sweden. Another particularly important focus over the last 15 years has been the “woven sculpture” of the early prestige basketry of the Tutsi people of Rwanda and Burundi. This has culminated in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York recently acquiring from him an early basketry woven screen featured in their Recent Acquisitions: 2008-2010 bulletin, while many of his Tutsi baskets and Congo fibre textiles have been featured in the Weaving Abstraction exhibition at The Textile Museum, Washington D.C.
Clive Payne Antiques
Kingham Oxfordshire OX76UP, United Kingdom, OX7 6UP
Clive Payne is a leading specialist dealer in Mason's Ironstone China and dealer in period English furniture. Clive Payne is also a leading Antique conservator/restorer of fine period furniture, he has worked for Museum's and fine country house's to some of the UK's top Antique dealers.
Coldstream Military Antiques
Craig Carrington has been dealing in fine English and Continental furniture and Works of Art since 1972. Based in Gloucestershire, we specialise in Objects and Sculpture in marble and bronze, Paintings and Furniture of the Neo-Classical period (1770 - 1810) and architectural items related to the Grand Tour
Crispian Riley-Smith Fine Arts Ltd
The Old Blackhorse,, Blackhorse Road,, Skeyton, , Norwich, Norfolk , NR10 5DJ
I have been working in the art market since 1989 and principally sell Fine Master Drawings from the sixteenth century to early twentieth centuries, however I also deal in contemporary pictures and have held a number of contemporary exhibitions. Some of these contemporary pictures can be seen on this website, and I have had focused exhibitions on contemporary botanical works as well as figurative, landscape and animalier pictures.
D.J. Green Antiques
The Old Chapel, 99 Broadfield Road, Sheffield, South Yorkshire S8 0XQ, United Kingdom, S8 0XH
D. J. Green Antiques is based in Sheffield from where we make monthly buying trips to the continent as well as sourcing items in the U.K. Our family business has been established for over 30 years and we have developed long standing connections with a small but professional group of associated traders including upholsterers, gilders, painters and general restorers.
22 Berkeley Square, London, United Kingdom, W1J 6EH
Antiquities, Near Eastern and Islamic works of art.
David Brower Antiques
113 Kensington Church Street, London W8 7LN, United Kingdom
David Brower Antiques has been established since 1964. Specialising in Fine 19th Century Meissen, KPM plaques (paintings on porcelain), other European & Oriental Porcelain, Sculpture (French bronzes and Italian marbles) and Japanese Works of Art from the Meiji Period.
David M. Lancefield Antiques
Unit C, Highfield Estate, Off Warren Road, Folkestone, Kent, CT19 6DD
Decorative items, 19th-century furniture, metalwork and metalware, silver, oil paintings, watercolours and drawings.
David Wolfenden Antiques
219b Lisnevenagh Road Antrim County Antrim BT41 2JT Northern Ireland
Established in 1985 by David Wolfenden, David Wolfenden Antiques is situated very conveniently on the main Antrim to Ballymena dual carriageway in Northern Ireland. Specialising in very fine quality antique walnut, rosewood and mahogany 19th century furniture etc. David Wolfenden takes time to help customers decide what furniture best suits their home and also searches for those pieces which are hard to find. A large stock of antiques is always available at David Wolfenden Antiques. Evening appointments are availiable on request and there is ample car parking space.
In 2002 after 25 years specialising in Meissen, I closed my gallery in Kensington and for the last seven years have been trading successfully from my web site and by appointment from my address in Battersea, specialising in Meissen porcelain from the early 18th-century, 19th-century, Art Nouveau and Art Deco periods.
Grays Antique Market, Davies Street, London, United Kingdom, W1K 5LP
DB Gems Established in 2005, based in the Gray's Antique Market, (off of Oxford Street), London, U.K., has earned a reputation for fine quality antique, modern jewellery & object d'art.
Debenham Antiques Ltd
73 High Street, Debenham, Suffolk IP14 6QS, United Kingdom
Our business is based in the beautiful village of Debenham in Suffolk, England, which is close to Constable country. I take our pride in being the 4th generation in my family to be antique dealers who have been buying and selling antiques for over a century. With our expanding web presence in the UK, we also have a base in the USA with Debenham Antiques inc. Along with expanding our international web based business, we also quite unusually retain our high street presence, with a large retail shop which we use to display our finest goods, and to offer the client a more personal service for the those who like to discuss their needs. Here at Debenham Antiques we try to cater for all styles and tastes, and we believe this is reflected in our stock as you can find anything from 15th century carvings to late 20th century fine quality furniture. We have experts in furniture and paintings who buy our goods with safe knowledge.
Mechelsesteenweg 38 c 2018 Antwerpen, Belgium
We specialize in original and authentic Antique, Art Nouveau & Art Deco bronze sculptures and objects. With 30 years of experience we offer you a large collection of European bronzes from 1880-1940. All acquisitions are provided with a Certificate of Authenticity. We ship worldwide. Please visit our website to see all items available.
Scottish Antiques Centre, Buchany, Doune, Stirling, FK16 6HG
Arts & Crafts, decorative items, 19th- and early 20th-century silver.
156 Kensington Church Street, London W8 4BN, United Kingdom
Michael first had a pair of chandelier pliers put in his hand aged 4. A lifetime of experience in working with chandeliers and antique glass has honed and polished his many facets. His grandmother, Mrs Crick first opened a shop in Kensington Church Street in 1902. Now there are two shop fronts, Mrs.M.E.Crick Chandeliers and Denton Antiques. Michael Denton is senior partner and works alongside his daughter Elizabeth. Specialising in Chandeliers and Lighting, from 1780 through to 1930. Renowned for spectacular cut-glass chandeliers and beautiful displays of decorative objets d'art.
66b Kensington Church Street, London W8 4BY, United Kingdom
The gallery, run by Didier and Martine Haspeslagh since 2006, specialises in jewels by leading Modern Masters, painters and sculptors who are recognised internationally for their art, while the fact that they also created jewels often comes as a surprise. These jewels can be very intimate expressions of their art, made either as unique pieces, often as personal gifts for family and friends, or produced in small limited editions. They are regarded by their creators as valid expressions of their art, miniature sculptures that were designed to be worn, and ones that according to Calder turned the wearer into a ‘living work of art’. Indeed, the gallery has been described as having ‘something like a Who’s Who of Modern Art in Jewelry form’ (New York Times).
2 Market Place, Diss, United Kingdom, IP22 4AB
Barometers, boxes, caskets, 19th-century clocks, 18th- and 19th-century furniture, period oak and Country furniture, metalware, 19th-century porcelain and pottery. Consultant, valuations, gilding and gesso restoration, barometer repairs, furniture restoration, hand polishing, metalware restoration, upholstery, wood carving restoration, clock and watch repairs.
Doe & Hope
The Onion Barn, Shoe Cottage, 15 High Street, Blunham, Bedfordshire, MK44 3NL
Doe & Hope specialise in decorative, rare and unusual antiques from around the world with a particular interest in the atmosphere that surrounds an object, taking a cinematic approach in the presentation of our inventory. Our house style is probably best described as a concoction of old money, dramatic decorative, and faded gentility, with common themes of both humour and the macabre running through our inventory that includes both academic and playful objects, assembled, we hope, with great panache.
Dorian Caffot de Fawes
Dorian Caffot de Fawes Antiques, 313 Lillie Road, London, SW6 7LL, UK
Dorian Caffot de Fawes is a London-based French antiques dealer who focuses on the 20th Century, typically from 1920 to 1970. Dorian's rigorously-selected stock includes lighting, furniture, exquisite objects and pictures for both private collectors and interior designers, making sure each item combines powerful decorative qualities, great craftsmanship and sensible price. By mixing styles and periods, Dorian’s relaxed approach to 20th Century decorative Arts offers an interesting selection of elegant and unusual pieces to today's collectors and interior designers, both in the UK and internationally. Born in Paris, Dorian grew up in the Pays Basque and studied Art History in Bordeaux before moving to London in 2008. After being trained at Sotheby's in Bond Street, he worked for seven years for a well-known antique lighting dealer in Chelsea before setting up his own business on the Lillie Road, where he is proud to be part of one of the last authentic antiques dealers communities in London.
Drennan Antiques has a select stock of antique furniture, works of art and decorative pictures. We specialise in the works of Sir Robert Lorimer but keep a wide range of furniture from all periods, works of art vary from ivory of Vizigatam to 1930s tortoiseshell. Decorative pictures include a complete set of prints of 72 Scottish Highland clans complete in tartan by McIan as well as a rare map of the Lothians.
Drew Pritchard Antiques Ltd.
Drew Pritchard has been dealing in architectural salvage and antiques for 29 years working initially as a stained glass restorer and designer. Drew has spent 23 years as an independent dealer working from his base in North Wales. His business is driven by passion, an innate knowledge of antiques and a fascination with mixing items from different periods which has earned him a loyal client base of private individuals, interior decorators as well as partnering the best in his field on global and UK based projects. He combines his many business commitments with sourcing new stock from across the UK and regularly exhibits at major London antique fairs where his show-stopping stands continue to be a great success.
E.W. Cousins & Son
Ixworth IP31 2EU, United Kingdom
E. W. Cousins Antiques was established in 1920. A family run business with over 90 years experience in the industry, becoming one of the most highly respected members of the antique association. The founder of the business was Edward Cousins who passed on his extensive knowledge of the antique trade to his Grandsons John and Robert who now run the firm. E.W.Cousins currently has fourth generation family members working in the business. E. W. Cousins Antiques is one of the largest stockists of original 18C to early 20C furniture, clocks, barometers and mirrors. Each piece is professionally chosen with the greatest of knowledge and attention to detail.
Derbyshire, United Kingdom, NULL
Welcome to our ever changing site where you will find good quality, rare, interesting and varied items of antique silver from across the centuries specialising in early spoons and silver from the 17th century onwards. Our main focus is on early silver from the reign of Elizabeth I onwards with a good range of Carolean silver, a wide selection of Georgian silver and quality Victorian pieces and collectables.
Ebury Trading Ltd
By Appointment Only , London, SW11
Ebury Trading, founded in 2006, is an evolving style emporium, having occupied a Fulham showroom and two shops in Belgravia, we are currently displaying our pieces ‘by appointment’ in Battersea, London. Carefully arranged with the stylish and the eclectic: antique lighting can be found next to furniture and decorative pieces from the 18th Century through to iconic mid 20th Century design classics. We hope to present unique pieces for your home at sensible prices and to prove with confidence, just how diverse and imaginative an interior can be. Unswayed by current trends, we collect pieces that reflect both our Monthly travels, influences and creativity. Ebury Trading has grown into a leading source of antiques for both interior decorators & discerning private clients worldwide & continues to grow.
Elford Fine Art
The Gallery, 3 Drake Road, Tavistock, Devon, PL19 0AU
Elford Fine Art specialises in oil paintings, watercolours and drawings by distinguished artists from the 18th Century to the present day. We offer a friendly welcome in our beautifully appointed exhibition gallery in the heart of the historic market town of Tavistock in Devon. We have a reputation for quality, and offer a highly professional, personal service. Our elegant mid-19th Century listed building displays an outstanding choice for the experienced collector and first-time buyer. The condition and conservation of our pictures is of paramount importance. We select paintings in the finest condition, and, where necessary, works are cleaned by skilled, experienced conservators. Our watercolours are presented in superb, hand-crafted washline mounts, made from acid-free materials.
Ellison Fine Art
Battersea,, London SW11
Fine antique portrait miniatures and silhouettes from the 16th - 19th centuries.
Emil Fonfoneata Antiques, Fine Art & Silver from 17th to 20th century
Belfortstraat 27 9000 Ghent, Belgium
At a mere fifty metres from the Town Hall of Ghent, the superb old city of Emperor Charles V, there is an antiques shop that is worth going out of your way to see. The building on the corner of the street is made of light yellow bricks in Art Nouveau style. Dating from 1907, this house is owed to the talent of the architect H.V. Vaerwyck, who also designed the superstructure of the exceptional Ghent belfry a mere 100 metres away. This is the realm of a couple of youthful antiquarians.
Rawlings Farm Buildings, Unit 7 Main Road, Rettendon Common, Chelmsford, Essex CM3 8DY, United Kingdom
FB Antiques is a family run business and was established in 1960 in London and had three shops supplying the home and overseas trade. We relocated from London 30 years ago to Rayleigh in Essex, to a 40,000 sqft warehouse from which we shipped approximately 120 containers a year. 5 years ago we downsized to our storage premises in Rettendon Essex, and now operate from our 15,000 sqft showroom and workshops, still supplying home and overseas trade as well as many members of the general public. We pride ourselves on the quality of our furniture and our competitive prices.
F.E. Anderson & Son
5 High St, Welshpool, Powys SY21 7JF, United Kingdom
FE Anderson was founded in 1908 by Fred Anderson and still trade from the same shop.Ian Anderson is third generation and succeeded his father David.We deal in 17th,18th and 19th century furniture,mirrors,barometers and decorative items.
Fairhead Fine Art Limited
19 Helenslea Avenue, Golders Green, London NW11 8NE, United Kingdom
We deal in quality, limited edition Original Prints as well as Drawings and Sculptures by British, European and American 20th Century Masters, with an emphasis in School of Paris artists - especially Picasso, Chagall, Miro, Matisse, Braque, Cocteau and Dali.
Famous Antiques Limited
Dealing in Continental jewellery from the 18th to early 20th century.
Farnham Antique Carpets
Church Street, Crondall GU10 5QQ, United Kingdom
Oriental and European antique and contemporary carpets, rugs & runners all of which can be seen in-situ. Specialists in antique rugs from Persia, Caucasus, Anatolia, Russia from the mid to late 19th Century.
32B Greville Street, Hatton Garden, London , EC1N 8TB
Mark Hicks, a third generation independent jeweller, founded Farringdons Jewellery in 2006 as a modest stall in the The Heart of Hatton Garden Jewellery Emporium. In 2011 Mark’s son Liam joined the family business, and Farringdons moved to its current premises on Greville Street, centrally located in London’s Hatton Garden, one of the world’s finest jewellery districts. From our Hatton Garden storefront, we continue to grow our clientele both in-person and online with customers from all over the world coming back again and again for high-quality bespoke work, certified diamonds and gemstones, and fine antique and vintage jewellery. Jewellery says something about the person who wears it, and at Farringdons, we can help you find the right piece for the right person. We have one of Hatton Garden’s largest selections of antique and vintage engagement rings. We also stock a broad selection of antique and vintage cocktail and dress rings, bracelets, necklaces, and earrings. Our growing and ever-changing antique and vintage collection includes exceptional pieces from the Georgian, Victorian, Edwardian and Art Deco eras through to spectacular vintage 40s, 50s and 60s jewels, and on to unique pre-owned items from the latter half of the twentieth century. We also offer contemporary and bespoke pieces crafted on-site by our master goldsmith using the latest technology and top quality materials.
Fileman Antiques Ltd
Squirrels, Bayards, Horsham Road, Steyning, West Sussex, BN44 3AA
Fileman Antiques Ltd. was established in the 1890's and are to this day leading dealers and restorers of fine antique lighting. Specialising in antique chandeliers, candelabras, wall lights, lustres, candlesticks, drinking glasses, decanters, table glass and paperweights, mainly dating from the 18th - 19th centuries, they aim to bring these wonderful items back to their former state of grandeur. With a focus on English lighting from 1720 to 1920, the stock includes pieces by important makers and designers such as William Parker, Moses Lafount, John Blades, Hancock Shepherd and Rixon, Apsley Pellatt, Perry and Co and F. And C. Osler.
Finch & Co
Suite No 744, 2 Old Brompton Road, London, SW7 3DQ, United Kingdom
Jan and Craig Finch, based in London, deal in ethnographic works of art and antiquities. They seek to create ‘cabinets of curiosities’ which inspire and educate contemporary audiences as much as they did for previous generations of collectors. Finch & Co.’s stock is a treasure trove of surprises ranging from the fossil remains of an Ichthyosaurus to a Roman Bronze bust of Cupid. Aboriginal art, weapons and musical instruments can be found alongside Ottoman Turkish sherbet spoons. Antiquities from the natural world are also amongst the Finches’ stock ranging from an Albino turtle shell to a Victorian glass coffin containing the remains of a preserved pet canary. Jan and Craig Finch produce a catalogue of their stock twice a year, often eagerly awaited by many from museum curators to private collectors. The catalogues are carefully researched and act as important reference works on a host of subjects. Finch & Co. exhibit at a large number of antiques fairs around the world including the Olympia Fairs and Masterpiece in London, the Biennale in Paris and at fairs in Chicago and San Francisco in the United States of America. They are happy to advise and assist in acquisitions and can source unusual pieces having done so for a range of clients including the National Museum of Bermuda, The Tower of London, The Goldsmiths’ Company and The Honolulu Academy of Arts in Hawaii.
323 Fulham Palace Road, London SW6 6TJ, United Kingdom
Fiona McDonald’s London showroom has built a growing reputation for offering stylish and sympathetically restored pieces, demonstrating the best of 1930s to 1970s design. Items regularly sourced from Italy and France provide for an eclectic mix of antiques - timeless pieces that are perfectly suited for domestic and commercial interiors, whether traditional or modern. After a degree in History of Art specialising in the C20th I worked first as an illustrator, then as a photographer's agent. I set up the business in 1997. It's hard to describe what I buy as it changes all the time, but the common thread is something well designed and well made that I can see working in both commercial and residential spaces. At the moment mid century Italian design is captivating me. It's exciting to discover a neglected item, visualising its potential. I have wonderful restorers who revitalize almost every piece in some way. I like furniture to function - doors, drawers and locks work, legs and arms are wobble free, chairs and sofas are reupholstered, not just recovered, and lighting is rewired and PAT tested.
Flying Colours Gallery
6 Burnsall Street, London SW3 3ST, United Kingdom
Flying Colours Gallery was founded by Jane Houldsworth in Edinburgh in 1986 and is now based near the Saatchi Gallery in London’s Chelsea by a pretty leafy courtyard just 20 metres from lively King’s Road. For three decades Flying Colours Gallery has been showing distinctive and desirable fine art paintings, with an emphasis on the best established Scottish artists.
84 Queen Street, Ramsgate, Kent, CT10 2YF, United Kingdom
French decorative antiques and design with a relaxed and informal approach One summer around 20 years ago , we set off in our Fiat Punto on an adventure to France with a two hundred pounds worth of Francs in our pockets. We spent the lot at our first street ‘brocante’ in Pas de Calais. Since then, we have visited and bought from hundreds of different brocantes, antiques markets and auctions all over France, developing our knowledge of French decorative antiques. There are no bounds to the things we might buy, anything diverse and unique catches our eye, from naive 18th Century through to contemporary 20th Century. We’re based in Kent in the UK and regularly exhibit at the Decorative Fair in Battersea, London.
Friar House Antique Jewellery
29 High Street, Battle, East Sussex TN33 0EA, United Kingdom
Jewellery from the Georgian to contemporary periods. We have been established within the antique jewellery trade for 25 years selling to many traders all over the world. In December 2004 we opened our retail shop Friar House situated in the small historic town of Battle. Friar House itself is a 17th century house dated from 1642. In its past the house has been a bakers and a museum. With its characteristic features of panelled walls, inglenook fireplaces and beams the house lends itself for its now current use as an antique jewellers.
Fuga Co. Ltd. Antique Gallery Via
1FL Keyakidori Star Crest 2-5-53, Akasaka Chouh-ku, Fukuoka City, 810-0042, Japan
Specialising in 19th century English jewellery.
Fujii Hoshyoku Co, Ltd
Matsuyama-shi, Ehime 791-8031, Japan
Jewellery dealer based in Japan.
Breitscheidstraße 123, 70176, Stuttgart, Germany
Galerie Arabesque is an internationally active gallery, exhibiting regularly at The Pacific Arts of Asia shows in San Francisco and New York, The Tribal Art Fair in San Francisco, The Hali Fair in London, LAPADA Art & Antiques Fair in London and The Winter Antiques Fair at Olympia, London. Our stock is focussed on antique rugs , kilims and textiles, Asian works of art and other artefacts.
105 Eade Road, London, N4 1TJ
Gallery Yacou is a family-owned business established over four generations specialising in antique, decorative and contemporary carpets and after 25 years on the Fulham Road, has relcoated to their large spacious studio in north London. Their comprehensive collection, sourced from all over the world, dates mostly to the 19th and early 20th centuries. This includes refined elegant pieces, artistic tribal rugs with bold, graphic effects, decorative room-size pieces and unusually large over-sized furnishing carpets up to 12 by 7 metres (39' x 23' feet). All have been carefully selected for their individulity, elegance and decorative appeal with strong emphasis on complementing 21st-century interiors. Their website, regularly updated with their latest acquisitions, features a selection from their comprehensive range.
Garret & Hurst Sculpture Ltd
Burwash, East Sussex
19th century bronze and marble sculpture. Also contemporary sculpture by Margot Homan and Robert Glen.
Garth Vincent Arms & Armour
The Old Manor House, Bottesford Road, Allington, Lincolnshire NG32 2DH, United Kingdom
Suppliers of fine antique flintlock pistols, long guns, percussion pistols, military swords, Japanese swords and a wide range of antique arms & armour, we have an incredible amount of stock, with items dating from the English Civil War right up to World War II. Besides antique firearms Garth Vincent also offer antique arms & armour, antique swords, guns, helmet and cannon. Each of our vintage firearms are sold as antique collectors items and are not intended for use under section 58 ii of the British Firearms Amendment Act. You may wish to visit us to view our items here at our beautiful 17th Century manor house, Allington Manor.
Gazelles of Lyndhurst
The Old Cinema, 160 Chiswick High Road, London W4 1PR, United Kingdom
Style and Design, offering a comprehensive range from 1880-1980 with a strong emphasis on quality and design, featuring top designers from Mid Century Modern through to the Art Deco period. Mid Century Modern design Furniture and lighting, Mid Twentieth Century Design, Art Deco, Furniture, Lighting, Art, Sculpture, decorative arts 1880-1980.
GEMMOLOGICAL CERTIFICATION SERVICES
GCS, 30 New Bond Street - Third Floor, , London W1S 2RN, United Kingdom
Stephane Cohen-Scali is a 30 year professional of the gem and jewellery industry with a distinguished international career. He began his interest in gemmology in 1985, when he joined the family business in Paris, France, after graduating gemmologist in Paris at the “Institut National de Gemmologie de Paris” and graduate jeweller’s programs . Although initially a diamond grader, he quickly transitioned into the Diamond and Gem Identification department. In 1999, he started at the Institut de l'Expertise training expertise covering the subjects of law, procedures, regulations, methodologies and ethics for the conduct of operations expertise: court (all jurisdictions) insurance (guaranteed contracts conventions) conciliation and mediation agreement participatory process arbitration And became expert in auction house for: Art Nouveau Jewellery Edwardian Jewellery Art Deco Jewellery Georgian Jewellery In 2004 he moved to London and became Director of GEMROAD Ltd an antiques trading jewellery company. At that time, he was travelling and doing exhibition all around the world. In 2006 received a DUG from University Diploma in Gemmology at the Claude Bernard University (Lyon, France). In 2007 he setup the Gemmological Laboratory of Monaco and became the director . During his nearly 10 years at the Gemroad ltd, Stephane oversaw operations, developed key new services, and expanded the scope of GCS LAB operations globally. As part of his research activities, he has visited a number of countries, while focusing a great deal of his efforts on the determinations for country-of-origin to be able to compare the new extracted gemstones against the gems mounted on the antiques piece of jewellery. He has also worked extensively on the distinction between treated and non-treated gems, including research on a variety of heating techniques for corundum, HPHT treatment of diamonds, and other treatments.
London W1S 2RN, United Kingdom
Gemroad Ltd is a family business established in 1960's in Paris France and in London since 2004 ,specialize in period French jewelry , with a particular focus on signed pieces from the Art Deco era to the 1970s. Our stunning diamond, sapphire, ruby and emerald engagement rings are of varied design and originate from the Georgian, Victorian, Edwardian, Art Nouveau and Art Deco periods. Our jewels are set with precious and semi-precious stones in white gold, yellow gold or platinum. All our items comes with either a gemological report or a jewelry report with circa and all useful information. You can follow us on Instagram.
Geoffrey Stead studied interior design at the Central School of Art in London he then became an interior design consultant for a major retail store, eventually opening and running a successful antiques department. In 1972 he left to found Geoffrey Stead Antiques, based in the Cotswolds, supplying antique furniture and decorative works of art to antique dealers & decorators at home & abroad. He now divides his time between a chateau in the south of France & a farmhouse in the Cotswolds, dealing in 17th, 18th & early 19th century French & Italian furniture from a warehouse in Moreton-in-Marsh Gloucestershire, which is open by appointment. He currently exhibits at five major antiques fairs in London & is always happy to accept commissions to find a particular item & to advise on all aspects of interior decoration.
10 Pattison Street, Edinburgh, United Kingdom, EH6 7HF
Georgian Antiques is based in Edinburgh and specialises in 18th- to early 20th-century furniture. Their main warehouse has over 50,000 sq ft of showrooms over 5 floors. They offer one of the largest selections of antiques in the United Kingdom, and are the mecca for interior designers, the general public and the trade.
Gerald Moran Interiors
85 Heath Street, London, London Borough of Camden NW3 6UG, United Kingdom
Gerald Moran Interiors is an established Design House representing both contemporary and classical styles with a strong international flavour.
Gideon Hatch has been dealing in antique rugs since 1985. Trained as a painter, for the past 12 years he has been designing his own rugs influenced by mid century abstract art. The rugs are hand knotted by Afghan and Indian weavers using traditional weaving skills from the best wool sourced in Turkey and the Hindu Kush mountains.
Good Will Co. Ltd
3-17-32 Shimo-ochiai, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, 161-0033, Japan
We specialise in 18th- to early 20th-century jewellery.
Goodwins Antiques Ltd
15 Queensferry Street, Edinburgh EH2 4QW, United Kingdom
At Goodwins we provide our clients with a professional and personal service. Every member of the Goodwins team has extensive experience and expertise of the fine jewellery & silver trade. The next time you are looking for that special gift or a treasured heirloom requires attention then why not visit one of our showrooms where you will receive a warm welcome from one of our team. Alternatively, browse our online catalogue when a personal visit is not possible.
PO Box 36330, London, NW2 5YF
Gould Antiques is a small family-run business based in London. Lawrence Gould is the founder member whose passion for antiques led him from collector to dealer over 45 years ago. He was joined by his daughter, Nicky, in 1988 and through pursuing their own individual interests, have become experts in the diverse fields of Portrait Miniatures, Perfume/Scent Bottles, Bilston and Battersea Enamels and Objects of Vertu; comprising of; etuis, chatelaines, snuff boxes and patch boxes made from every conceivable material. Through the years, their joint love of these objects has brought about an extensive collection which reflects their knowledge and taste. This compilation ranges from the eclectic to the aesthetic, with many rare and sought-after pieces, the emphasis always on quality. Over the years, many of their pieces have gone to museums and avid collectors looking for that special article. Lawrence and Nicky have helped many journalists with their research and their objects have appeared in numerous articles and reference books.
Gow Antiques & Restoration Ltd.
Forfar, Angus DD8 3NZ, United Kingdom
We sell and restore some of the finest Antiques in Scotland all of which can be viewed in our large showroom and workshop at Pitscandly Farm. We also specialise in restoring antique furniture and undertake work for private individuals, stately homes and The National Trust for Scotland.
Graham Smith Antiques
Horsley NE15 0NT, United Kingdom
A British antiques business based in North East England, on the outskirts of Newcastle upon Tyne. Our family owned business has been established for 14 years though Graham has been gathering his experience and knowledge in the antiques trade for 40 years having been a director and partner within a large international antiques business prior to opening his own shop. Although we specialise in antique furniture, our range of antique clocks, ceramics, glass and metal ware are also quite comprehensive. The business has recently moved from a shop in Jesmond to a larger premises with showrooms at the edge of the city. This showroom houses all of the antiques you see on our website and we encourage customers to visit us in person if at all possible.
Gray M.C.A holds an impressive and constantly changing stock of work, sourced from artist studios, galleries, private collections and international art auctions. Our original fashion illustrations from the late 1940s to the 1970s are attracting increasing attention worldwide. Alongside original work by respected artists from the last Century, we also select work from a small number of contemporary artists rooted in the finest traditions of Modern British painting and printmaking. With an extensive knowledge of international art sales and galleries, we offer a discreet and personal approach to new and established collectors, assisting them in sourcing and purchasing new works of art that will build and enhance any collection.
Greenfinch, 79 Church Street, Briston, Norfolk, NR24 2LE
Greenfinch Antiques specialises in antique silver. We are based in North Norfolk and have a small team, headed up by Mark Nelson-Griffiths, that aim to find and acquire unusual and quality pieces as well as the more standard collectable pieces of silver. We have been shipping silver worldwide for a number of years with an excellent track record for customer service. We attend antique fairs around the UK and details of these are normally posted on our Instagram. We take price in the honesty and accuracy of our descriptions and pictures and we operate a robust returns policy. Customer care is our priority. We will make home visits and search for specific items for customers. You can contact us with any queries about particular items at any time. Additionally, we hold a wide range of Hungarian Herend porcelain.
Stand 304/306 Grays Antique Market, 58 Davies Street, London W1K 5LP, United Kingdom
Specialising in antique jewellery.
Gregg Baker Asian Art
142 Kensington Church Street, London W8 4BN, United Kingdom
Gregg Baker Asian Art has been dealing in Japanese folding screens since 1985, and the gallery on Kensington Church Street, London, carries one of the largest collections of Japanese screens in Europe. Our aim is to introduce people to the beauty and versatility of the Japanese screen. From full size six-fold screens to smaller two-fold furosaki which were traditionally used in the tea ceremony, and ranging in date from 16th to 21st century, our screens display a wide variety of designs from the traditional to the more abstract and contemporary. In addition to screens, we also stock a selection of Buddhist sculpture, hanging scrolls and objects not only from Japan but also selected works from China and Korea. The gallery holds at least one annual exhibition as participants in Asian Art in London and has done so since its inception in 1997 and for the last five years Gregg Baker Asian Art has been participating in TEFAF, Maastricht. We are instrumental in advising and building collections for clients and supplying additions to the collections of museums in Great Britain, the Netherlands, United Arab Emirates and the U.S.A. Gregg Baker lectures regularly to students of the British Museum, SOAS and Sotheby’s Institute of Art, sharing his passion for this iconic art form to an ever widening audience
151 Sydney Street, Chelsea, London , SW3 6TN
Gråsilver has a vocational passion for Georg Jensen jewellery and Scandinavian design & have curated a unique and distinctive modernist Scandinavian silver jewellery collection. The contemporary Scandinavian jewellery collection consists of rare one off carefully selected vintage pieces in sterling silver and semi-precious stones designed by celebrated Scandinavian designers such as Georg Jensen, Torun Bulow-Hube, Nanna Ditzel, Hans Hansen, Bjorn Weckstrom and Henning Koppel. Specialising in 20th century design Gråsilver have brought together a collection of beautiful vintage silver jewellery pieces that are contemporary, iconic and timeless
SCHLOSS str 66,, Berlin 14 059,, Germany
Laurent-Alexis Guelfucci gallery specializes in 20th century French Art and Design. With more than eighteen years experience in this field, Mr Guelfucci handles merchandise sourced within his own collection and from auctions or other dealers. The collection includes furniture and other objects, together with painting and sculpture from designers such as J E Ruhlmann, J Souverbie, A Groult, A Breker, Dora Maar, T -H Robsjohn-Gibbings.
Guy Peppiatt Fine Art Ltd
Riverwide House, , 6 Mason's Yard, Duke Street, St James's, London, SW1Y 6BU
Specialising in British drawings and watercolours. Guy Peppiatt started his working life at Dulwich Picture Gallery before joining Sotheby's British Pictures department in 1993. He soon specialised in early British drawings and watercolours and took over the running of Sotheby's Topographical sales. Topographical views whether they be of Britain or worldwide have remained an abiding interest. Guy left Sotheby's in early 2004 and now works from a ground floor gallery in Mason's Yard, St. James's. He has a number of exhibition of early drawings and watercolours in the gallery, as well as exhibiting at fairs. He also advises clients on their collections, buys and sells on their behalf and can provide insurance valuations.
48 Beauchamp Place, London SW3 1NX, United Kingdom
A long-standing business with over thirty years of experience in the international fine art and antiques market, H&H Gallery houses a large collection of Islamic and European works, amassed over two continents (Middle East and Europe) and dating to the 8th century onwards. Our collection spans fine and decorative art and features a variety of objects in different media including – but not limited to – ceramics, glass, metalwork, arms & armour, wood/ivory/stone pieces, jewelry, painting, manuscript painting, textiles and carpets. We also collect works of modern Arab art, possessing paintings from notable artists among the avant-garde movements of twentieth century Baghdad. H&H takes its symbol from an abstraction of the emblem of the penultimate Mamluk ruler, Sultan Al-Ghouri, featured on a magnificent basin within the collection. Recognised for his faithful patronage of artisan craft and trade, Al-Ghouri’s commitment to the arts, even during a period of economic upheaval, is an approach we hope to emulate in our selection of items. H&H Gallery maintains strong relationships with clients and institutions, and consults with exterior specialists to ensure the authenticity of objects. We invite you to come visit us at our boutique at 48 Beauchamp Place or to book an appointment at one of our alternative locations, such as the showroom in Park Royal or in our office, situated in the heart of Mayfair.
Hallidays (Fine Antiques) Ltd
5b Queen Street, Dorchester-on-Thames, Oxfordshire OX10 7HL, United Kingdom, OX10 7HR
Edward has run the family business with his wife, Binnie, for over 45 years. Well known in the antiques world for his depth of knowledge and his extensive connections to private collections, Edward has an unrivalled ability to source antique furniture and accessories.
52-53 Burlington Arcade, London W1J 0HH, United Kingdom
Hancocks are long-established London jewellers who have been selling fine jewels to a discerning clientele since 1849. Less than a year after his business had been established Mr C.F Hancock received a warrant of appointment from Queen Victoria. She and many of the principle sovereigns of Europe became regular patrons. In 1856 Hancocks was instructed to produce the Queen’s new medal, the Victoria Cross. This is an honour upheld by the firm today. From the famous Great Exhibition of 1851 to Masterpiece London, Hancocks has been represented at many important fine art fairs across the globe. In 1867 Hancocks sent to Paris no fewer than 17 cases of stock where it remained for eight months. Here the firm triumphed, winning several medals of excellence. The Vienna exhibition of 1873 saw them receive the Emperor’s gold medal for science and art. Hancocks’ stock today includes many pieces by famous designers who came to characterise entire eras including Boucheron, Bulgari, Cartier, Tiffany & Co. and Van Cleef & Arpels, to name just a few. The firm also carry out private commissions for both jewellery and silverware. Hancocks’ first home was situated at the corner of Bruton and Bond Streets, and they subsequently moved to other locations in Mayfair. Today they are based in the Burlington Arcade off Piccadilly and run by Stephen and Janie Burton with the support of their family. They are regular exhibitors at many of the world’s foremost antiques fairs including Masterpiece London, TEFAF, Maastricht and The Palm Beach Jewellery, Art and Antique Show in the United States. They were also regular exhibitors at the Grosvenor House Art & Antiques Fair until its final staging in 2009.
6-7 Castle Hill, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, United Kingdom, LN5 0NF
Being a family of specialist antique dealers,David and John Hansord have over 50 years of experience which is reflected in our extensive showrooms set in a fine Georgian house in the heart of the historic Cathedral city of Lincoln. 6 & 7 Castle Hill is a fine grade 2 listed 18th century townhouse with classical facade and an almost completely panelled interior. From early oak and walnut to more formal Georgian furniture, the rooms lend themselves to show a carefully chosen stock of both english and continental items. We also carry an interesting stock of works of art, clocks, scientific instruments and have a collection of colonial furniture and cabinets. The gentleman collector or as known on the continent \Kunstkammer\" is a good way to describe this area of our stock."
The Old Bear Inn, Perrott's Brook GL7 7BP, United Kingdom
Based in the heart of the Cotswolds, we sell predominantly Eighteenth and early Nineteenth century practical antique furniture and upholstery, including pieces by Gillow, Pugin, Wilkinson, Wilson and Howard & Son. View our huge range of antiques including: dining tables, sets of chairs, sideboards, serving tables, desks, bookcases, linen presses, wine tables, commodes, chests of drawers, sofas, armchairs, lamps, mirrors and bronzes. We have exhibited at many international antiques fairs including London Olympia Antique Fair, Artropolis Art Chicago, Dallas and the Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show.
Harilaos Sotiropoulos Antiques
Patriarchou Ioakim 54, Athens, Greece, 106 76
Pictures, furniture, silver, textiles, ceramics.
533 King's Road, London SW10 0TZ, United Kingdom
Hatchwell Antiques is a family business that has been established since 1961. Based in Chelsea, central London, we also frequently exhibit at Art and Antiques fairs in London, Paris and the USA. Our stock extends from 18th and 19th century furniture and lighting, to mid 20th century continental design. We also have a unique collection of aeronautica, and a fine selection of binoculars and telescopes by the finest makers.
28-30 Market Street, Kirkby Stephen, Cumbria CA17 4QW, United Kingdom
Haughey Antiques is home to one of the finest collections of antique furniture in the country. We have extensive showrooms with 17th, 18th, and 19th century oak, walnut and mahogany antique furniture. Established in 1969, Haughey Antiques has a wealth of knowledge and experience and a reputation for excellence and quality. We also provide a comprehensive range of services and advice.
Hawkins Antiques & Reproductions Wales Ltd
Vale of Glamorgan CF63 4JE, United Kingdom
As well as our Antique Replica Department we have a full selection of over three million pounds of original antique furniture on display, from late 17th Century to the early 1900's suitable for all markets. We have housed some of the finest quality and historical items of furniture from the UK & the European Market and found many of our items in the homes of many celebrities over the years.
Haynes Fine Arts of Broadway
Picton House Galleries 42 High Street Broadway, WR12 7DT, United Kingdom
Specialising in 16th - 21st century oil paintings and watercolours. Also 19th Century bronzes, marbles and Antiques. Valuations. Restoration. Fine Art Consultants.
10 Piccadilly Arcade, London, SW1Y 6NH
18th and 19th century jewellery, silver and flatware. Heming's distinguished history dates to 1745, with the entry of Thomas Heming's first mark at Goldsmith's Hall, registered to a Piccadilly address. He was made a freeman of the Goldsmith's Company in 1746, and went on to become the pre-eminent British jeweller of his generation. Shaped by a valuable apprenticeship to the Huguenot goldsmith Peter Archambo, beginning in 1738, Heming's talent rose to prominence in 1760 with his appointment as Principal Goldsmith to the King (George lll) a position he held until 1782 the year before he retired. Heming Royal WarrantSucceeded initially by son George Heming and thereafter by subsequent family generations, the business has since prospered from a number of Mayfair addresses, including Bond Street and Conduit Street, and has enjoyed regular royal patronage.
Henry Saywell, 291 Lillie Road, London, SW67LL
2 Rue de la Prefecture, Nice, 06300, France
Heritage is a family business established in Nice (France) since 2011, specializes in French jewelry, with a particular focus on signed pieces from the Art Deco era to the 1970s. We buy and sold jewels from many periods and different style of design. Our stunning diamond, sapphire, ruby and emerald engagement rings are of varied design and originate from the Georgian, Victorian, Edwardian, Art Nouveau and Art Deco periods. Our jewels are set with precious and semi-precious stones in white gold, yellow gold or platinum. Lapada and Cinoa Member, Member of Syndicat of French jeweler, expert in Gemology , all our items comes with either a gemological report or a jewelry report with circa and all useful information. Heritage is also proud to offer jewelry creation reparation and evaluation. We take care of our customers and for this reason we work with the same customers since many years and meet news every day ... ------------------------------------------------ Heritage est une famille de joailliers francais installée a Nice depuis 2011 et expert dans les bijoux modernes, anciens, de tout style et de toutes époques. Nous vous offrons: Bijoux Anciens et Bijoux Signés Création et Transformation de Bijoux Achat de Bijoux Expertise de Bijoux et Pierres précieuses Membre de Lapada et Cinoa, membre de la Chambre des syndicats des joailliers de France et expert en gemmologie ,tous nos bijoux et pierres précieuses sont accompagnés de certificats d'expertises et d'authencité. Nous prenons soins de nos clients, c'est la raison pour laquelle nous travaillons avec les mêmes clients depuis de nombreuses années et de nouveaux chaque jour...
Heritage Argyle Antiques
Church Road, Newdigate, Surrey RH5 5DL, United Kingdom
Heritage Argyle consists of two quite unique antique dealer talents, being Simon Marsh and Kristina Deszberg. Kristina has a wealth of knowledge and experience, having been in the business for over 30 years and has an excellent eye for traditional English and Continental Antique Furniture. Simon on the other hand is a relative newcomer, starting in antiques back in 2008 he brings a fresh approach to the trade with showrooms that have quite an individual stamp on them. Although he was educated in Classical Art and Architecture, his tastes are more eclectic and enjoys picking out the perfect antique for contemporary surroundings. Both aunt and nephew are passionate life long collectors of art and antiques, and purchase their stock by using both their head and their heart.... a rarity nowadays! Between them they have an ever expanding broad based international clientele, comprising of discerning members of the public, interior designers, boutique hotels and stately homes.
Hickmet Fine Arts
Gallery 85, Portobello Road, London, United Kingdom, W10
Established in 1936 Hickmet Fine Arts is now run by the third generation of the Hickmet family to do so. We offer our expertise and guidance in the acquisition of original and authentic antique sculpture and art glass to discerning clients, and are very proud to be celebrating our 80th anniversary this year in 2016.
Highland Antiques, 47 Kingshill Avenue, Aberdeen, AB15 5HD
Highland Antiques Limited is an established trader in mainly Scottish silverware. We have an excellent track record of successful dealings with clients all over the world and pride ourselves on the personal service that we give. This website is dedicated to the high quality and much sought after silver items that were Assayed in Scotland. The online payment processes are handled via PayPal using secure servers which encrypt your credit card details. You do not need a PayPal account to make payments. There have been two Assay Offices in Scotland: Glasgow from 1819 to 1964 and in Edinburgh from the late 15th Century to the present day. Silver items from all the other Scottish cities and towns that are only marked with the makers marks and their town marks are known as Provincial Silver and can be found on our other website www.scottishprovincialsilver.com. Scotland has a long history of producing both exciting and exceptionally high quality silverware. This was highlighted recently in the exhibition of Scottish Silver at the Scottish National Museum. The number of surviving pieces of Scottish Silver are much less than that of the English counterparts and as such generally command higher prices. Our range of products tends to be quite fast moving, particularly smaller items, and new stock is received daily. If you do not find an item that you are looking for, please contact us and we will advise whether we have it available. We will also keep a lookout for special items that you seek.
8 Holbein Place, London SW1W 8NL, United Kingdom
Hilary Batstone opened her first shop in 1980 on the Kings Road. She now runs her charming, all white, antiques shop in Holbein place, SW1, a few steps from London's famous Pimlico road. Known for its spare, elegant and modern approach, the chic but friendly environment has become a magnet for decorators & private buyers world wide. 'Frequently cited as an essential source for top designers, Hilary Batstone stocks some of the most interesting and collectable pieces in London.'
Hill Rise Antiques
19th-century oil paintings, portrait oil paintings, barometers, boxes, caskets, 18th- and 19th-century clocks, longcase clocks, candelabra, candlesticks, desk & writing accessories, 18th- to early 20th-century furniture, 18th- to early 20th-century glass and silver, silver plate, lighting, mirrors, metalware.
Holly Johnson Antiques
The Woodwork Shop, Lyme Green Settlement, Lyme Green, Macclesfield, Cheshire, SK11 0LD
Holly Johnson Antiques is based in Cheshire, on the outskirts of Macclesfield and run by Benjamin Aardewerk and Holly Johnson. The showroom and offices are open by appointment only. From the showroom there is a good selection of furniture and works of art constantly on show. Our Interior Design department is also run from this showroom. We specialize in what we term, ''Signed and Designed'' items of furniture. These are rare pieces, superbly crafted, and made from the best materials and in most cases by specific designers and craftsmen. From the 19th Century we concentrate mainly on English manufacturers such as Holland and Sons, Lamb of Manchester, Wright of Mansfield and with special emphasis on the Northern makers Gillows of Lancaster. These furniture makers undertook important commissions and also showed at the Great Exhibitions of the second half of the 19th century. From the 20th Century we buy on a more eclectic front, but with full emphasis on quality of design and manufacture. We do tend to favour a more 'traditional' and 'classic’ style, hence we focus on top quality pieces from the French Art Deco period, makers such as Leleu, Ruhlmann, Arbus, Dominique etc. From the Italian Mid-Century - Gio Ponti and Piero Fornasetti.
Grays Antique Market, Davies Street, London, United Kingdom, W1K 5LP
Established for over 35 years, Horton offer a fine selection of 18th-20th century Jewellery and Fine Art including Paintings and Sculpture. David Horton holds the fellowship of the Gemmological Association of Great Britain and he also holds its Diamond Diploma. Our range of jewellery includes antique diamond engagement rings, Victorian and Edwardian earrings and brooches, and a good selection of Japanese akoya pearls in multi-strands with diamond clasps. Our paintings and art collection currently include European works by Rodin, Camille Pissarro and Domergues also modern British paintings by Graham Sutherland, Peter Kinley and Stephen Cox amongst others.
123 Kensington Church Street, London W8 7LP, United Kingdom
Howard's love of English clocks began in his teens when he bought a country made longcase for a few pounds on his way to school. Sadly, his mother refused to give the clock house room and perhaps Freud would have said he had been compensating for the trauma of that abortive purchase ever since ! His passion for antiquarian horology has never diminished and he has devoted the past 30 years of his life to buying and selling English clocks, 20 years of which trading in London’s Kensington Church Street. With his linguistic background, he is also always happy to conduct business with international clients in the major European languages. Whether offering advice to the first time buyer or to the collector looking for the rarest pieces, his commitment and integrity are all -important. Over the years he has built up a loyal following of private clients and collectors and he has been privileged to sell a number of special clocks to museums both in the UK and abroad. In 2012 he advised on the purchase of 25 timepieces for the Dumfries House Trust, Scotland, whose patron is the Prince of Wales. Since 2002 he has been a Freeman of the Clockmakers company and he has exhibited and served on the clock vetting committees at the major international art and antiques fairs in London and New York. He is also a member of all three major antiques trade associations: The BADA, CINOA and LAPADA. Clocks and the lives of their recorded makers for him hold an almost tangible connection to the past and the process of learning about them is endlessly fascinating.
Eastbourne, East Sussex
Howards Antiques specialises in 19th- and early 20th-century jewellery, Arts & Crafts, Art Deco, and Art Nouveau jewellery.
Lincoln's Inn, 9 New Square, London , WC2A 3QN
We offer specialist legal advice over a range of services. Whilst our clients number private individuals, businesses, trusts, charities and other organisations, they all expect the individual personal service and high level of expertise for which we are known. The firm was founded in 1715 and has been based in Lincoln’s Inn since 1745. The continuing demand for our services reflects our 21st century working practices. We understand our clients’ needs and tailor our work to each set of circumstances, providing high quality, cost effective advice. We are a multi disciplinary practice and work collaboratively to provide a comprehensive service over all our practice areas. A designated partner is personally responsible for every client: the special relationship which develops from this arrangement – very often built up over many years – is the bedrock of our practice.
Huntington Antiques Ltd
Huntington Antiques, Sheep Street, Stow-on-the-Wold, Gloucestershire GL54 1AA, United Kingdom
For over forty years Huntington Antiques Ltd. has provided Museums, Serious Collectors and Private Clients worldwide with exceptional goods that are difficult to find and often fresh to the market. We manage to acquire these pieces through a global network of contacts built up over many years and helping us to retain our current leading position in this field. Huntington Antiques Ltd. specialises in Early Period Furniture and Decorative Arts from the Gothic, Renaissance & 17th century periods. We also offer a selection of quality 18th & 19th century Country Furniture. We have been nominated for the BACA awards 2 years running in multiple categories and were awarded the coveted ‘Oscar’ as the best specialist dealer in antique furniture. Michael F. Golding, managing director, is Deputy Chairman of Britain's largest Antique dealers' Association LAPADA. We are also members of the Cotswold Antique Dealers' Association CADA, Confederation Internationale des Negociants en Oeuvres d' Art CINOA, and past members of The European Fine Art Foundation TEFAF.
The London Silver Vaults, 53-65 Chancery Lane, London WC2A 1QS, United Kingdom
I. Franks are purveyors of the finest quality Antique Silver, Old Sheffield Plate and Silver Plate. We have been dealing from the world famous London Silver Vaults in Chancery Lane, London for more than 50 years. Specialising in domestic, British Silver from the Georgian and Victorian Periods, as well as 20th Century silverware, we offer an unrivalled stock showcasing the incredible stylistic breadth of English Silver, including Baroque, Neoclassical, Arts & Crafts, Art Nouveau and Art Deco. The company, now in its fourth generation, is still in the original family ownership. Eric, Daniel and Jonathan Franks look after customers with expert advice and personal attention. Eric and his sons are concerned with all aspects of the business and the reputation and expertise of the family has been passed down the generations.
Iain Marr Antiques
Aird House, High Street, Beauly IV4 7BS, United Kingdom
Iain and Avril Marr established their antique shop in 1975 in the highland village of Beauly where Iain was born. We are the only Highland member of the London & Provincial Antique Dealers Association and members of The Highland Antique Dealers Association, The Silver Society and were founder members of Sotheby’s.com. Iain frequently gives talks and lectures on antique silver around the Highlands and to NADFAS. He frequently broadcasts on radio and television and is very happy to share his knowledge with the beginner or the serious collector and advise on building or improving a collection. Over the years they have developed the business to its present standing having royalty, film stars and the nobilty among their frequent customers. The fishing, shooting and stalking fraternity make the shop a must when in the North, often making early morning or evening appointments outwith shop hours in order to browse in peace and not interfere with their sport. Clients enjoy freshly ground coffee and classical music in a relaxed atmosphere. Iain’s particular interest is antique silver, especially Scottish and he loves to share his knowledge and enthusiasm with the beginner and the serious collector alike.
Ian Irving Ltd
40 East 68th Street, New York 10065, USA
Specialising in important English and European Silver and Works of Art.
295 Buxton Road, Stockport, United Kingdom, SK2 7NR
18th- and 19th-century clocks, longcase clocks, decorative items, 19th- and early 20th-century furniture, 18th- and 19th-century glass, Oriental and European ivories, Japanese works of art, Oriental pictures, works of art, pottery and porcelain, ormolu, 19th- and early 20th-century porcelain, rugs & carpets, 19th- and early 20th-century silver, flatware silver and silver plate, small collectable silver, Continental pottery, continental, works of art. Valuations.
Imperial Fine Books Inc.
790 Madison Avenue, New York, NY, United States
Imperial Fine Books, Inc. is the leading specialist in leather-bound books, sets, and fine bindings in all fields: literature, history, poetry, children's, illustrated, Americana, sporting, first and rare editions. Also included in our inventory are Exhibition Bindings, Cosways and Jeweled Bindings.
PO Box 119, Cranbrook, TN18 5WB, United Kingdom
Decorative antique prints, mainly 17th- and 18th-century, copperplate engravings. Framing, consultant.
Isherwood Fine Art Ltd
Bath, BA1, UK
Isherwood Fine Art Ltd deals in 16th - 19th century British and European paintings, specialising in portraits. We exhibit at the major London Art and Antique Fairs which take place regularly throughout the year, including the Olympia Winter and Summer Art and Antique Fairs and the yearly LAPADA Fair in Berkeley Square, London.
J. Baptista, Lda
Rua Áurea 166-170, 1100-064 Lisbon, Portugal
We are a third generation family run business trading for over half a century. We provide a quality service of excellence and innovation in antique silver and jewellery.
J. Collins & Son
8 Charles Avenue, Kingsley Road, Bideford, North Devon, EX39 2PH
Jonathan Biggs is the fourth generation in the trade and specialises in fine eighteenth and nineteenth century furniture and paintings.
Tadcaster, North Yorkshire, United Kingdom, LS24
18th and 19th century English furniture.
Jack Shaw & Co.
Ilkley, West Yorkshire LS29 9SJ, United Kingdom
Jack Shaw & Co. family business, has been established for over 60 years. We stock a unique collection of Flatware, Holloware and Collectables. We specialise in canteens of silver cutlery and early spoons all of which can be viewed on our website or by appointment at our premises in Ilkley, West Yorkshire. Jack Shaw & Co. was established by my father, Jack Shaw, in 1945. In 1965 I moved to London, spending three years with a colleague of my father’s as part of my introduction to the silver trade. This gave me easy access to Sotheby’s and other major London auction rooms enabling me to acquire a valuable insight into workings of the silver trade. In 1968 I left London and returned to Ilkley to take over the running of the business and have traded here ever since.
JAKOB F. MÜLLER ANTIQUITÄTEN
Jakob F. Mueller Antiquitaeten, Fasanenstrasse 28, Berlin, 10719, Germany
Jakob F. Mueller has bought, sold, negotiated, inspired and advised on antique furniture and decorative objects for more than 30 years. Known for his ability to source fine, elegant, distinctive and highly decorative antiques, he now mainly acquires French furniture and decorative objects from the 18th and 19th Century at his monthly buying your to France (Paris, Provence, and other old maritime regions). He presents the pieces in a stylish, fair and friendly atmosphere in his large Berlin showroom, located next to auction houses and art galleries at Fasanenstrasse 28, only 50 metres from Berlin's famous Kurfuerstendamn. Jakob F. Mueller also works with a professional team of top restorers, gilders and clock makers who do a perfect job.
Specialising in Modern British paintings and post-war design and sculpture.
Jan Afford Ltd
Jan Afford limited is a specialist international dealer and collector of fine pre 1945 Rene Lalique and Loetz glass. In addition to a good range of opalescent pieces, I carry one of the largest inventories of Rene Lalique colored vases available and for sale in the UK. In most cases these are infinitely rarer and more desirable than their opalescent or colorless counterparts, these vibrant pieces have proven strong investment returns. Alone or in combination, they are frequently dramatic and imposing and sit well with period or contemporary furnishings and decor.
66d/e Kensington Church Street, London W8 4BY, United Kingdom
Trading since 1977, Japanese Gallery prides itself on providing a wide selection of genuine Japanese art and artefacts to satisfy collectors worldwide. Showcasing items such as ceramics, Katana and Ukiyo-e.
81 Kensington Church Street, London, United Kingdom, W8 4BG
Antique and modern silver.
Jenna Burlingham Fine Art
2a George Street, Kingsclere RG20, United Kingdom, RG20 5NQ
Jenna Burlingham Fine Art specialises in 20th Century British paintings, sculpture, prints and ceramics as well as work by selected contemporary artists. We aim to make the art world more accessible by providing friendly, expert advice and guidance. The gallery offers a bespoke consultancy service to individuals, businesses and institutional clients looking to buy and sell fine art. We can introduce clients to artists and movements and advise in detail on current critical and commercial trends. We provide complete independence and impartiality. The work exhibited in the gallery includes many established Modern British names with proven market records as well as carefully selected emerging artists working in the Modern British tradition and whom we believe have future potential.
Jeroen Markies Art Deco
Hartfield Road, Forest Row, East Sussex RH18 5DQ, United Kingdom
Jeroen Markies specialises in selling original Art Deco furniture, binoculars, lamps and mirrors. We stock Art Deco bronze sculpture by iconic artists such as Lorenzl and Chiparus and Art Deco glass by Lalique. Dealing in antiques and Art Deco for over 30 years. Experienced in selling and shipping all over the world. Call to find out if the item you are after is in the shop or make an appointment to view it at one of our warehouse facilities not far from the shop.
JGM ART LTD
JGMART is a London gallery founded by private dealer, Jennifer Guerrini-Maraldi. She exhibits and sells contemporary aboriginal paintings and sculptures. Jennifer is a leading expert in Australian Contemporary Art offering paintings and sculpture by artists from the world’s oldest cultural traditions to collectors worldwide. Jennifer is renowned throughout Australia for her integrity and keen eye, working closely with art advisors from official community art centres. She takes personal responsibility to ensure that artists are paid correctly and new artists supported. All artworks are accompanied by an official certificate and provenance. The Gallery represents the work of a wide selection of artists. Works come from communities on Mornington Island and the Tiwi Islands as well as regions of the Kimberley, APY and NPY Lands, Top End and Arnhem Land, Western and Central Desert areas. JGMArt is a proud member of the Indigenous Art Code. Their Australian National Code of Conduct promotes and monitors professional conduct among dealers in indigenous visual art.
JH Bourdon-Smith Ltd
24 Masons Yard, London, United Kingdom, SW1Y 6BU
We deal in antique and modern silver from the 16th century to the present day, specialising in early spoons, collectables and good house-furnishing silver from the Georgian to the Edwardian periods with an emphasis on English, Scottish and Irish silver including all the provincial centres of the British Isles. We hold the largest collection of Early English Spoons in the country and can boast of having Tim Kent, F.S.A. as advisor and consultant in this most interesting and important collecting discipline. Whether advising international museums or private collectors across the world in acquiring important objects or assisting first time buyers, we endeavor to provide a comprehensive, professional service. If you are buying or selling silver, our over 100 years of combined experience is available to serve you in whatever way required.
PO Box 50886, London, SW3 5YH
Joanna Booth has been established in Chelsea since 1965 and has a diverse stock of Sculpture, particularly early Wood Carvings, Textiles and Tapestries, Old Master Drawings and early Furniture. The combination nonetheless makes an interesting mix and is reminiscent of the Renaissance interior with its emphasis on fabrics and ornament. We traded from a shop in Kings Road for forty two years but closed in August 2007. We will however continue exhibiting at Fairs and can be contacted by telephone, fax or email. Viewing of our stock is now by appointment and we have both an apartment and storage in Chelsea and we would be delighted to show you any items at either site. Ian White is continuing to work with me and manages to combine his music commitments with antiques. He is also responsible for our improved photography. When I am absent either at our Mill on the Welsh borders or busy with grandchildren he has complete charge. We exhibit at Fairs in London and abroad. The Fairs give us more scope to display larger pieces and demonstrate how many of these early pieces look so fantastic in modern interiors. Both sculpture and textiles particularly give a dramatic and individual touch when placed in a contemporary setting but will also look equally good in a more traditional context. U.K. Customers are always welcome to try pieces out in their houses and we offer a tapestry hanging service if required. We can also offer advice on the mounting and restoration of works of art, tapestry and textile conservation and the framing of drawings.
58 Davies Street, London W1K 5LP, United Kingdom
From Georgian, Victorian, Edwardian and Art Deco right through to the retro fashions of the 1940's and 1950's we carefully select only the finest examples of antique jewellery, suitable for a range of budgets.
John Adams Fine Art
200 Ebury Street, London, United Kingdom, SW1W 8UN
Founded in 1990, at its present location in the Pimlico Road Design District, Belgravia, John Adams Fine Art has over twenty five years’ experience of promoting and exhibiting a wide and eclectic variety of art and artists. For the last decade John and Catherine Adams have primarily focused on gallery exhibitions featuring French artists of the twentieth century, and the many exciting and influential art movements which that artistically innovative century produced. The Gallery exclusively represent the Estates of two exceptional French artists to emerge from the Post-war period, Othello Radou (1910 – 2006), and Denise Mannoni (1918 – 2003), as well as the Estate of British artist Brian Davies (1942 – 2014). John Adams Fine Art regularly exhibit at various Art Fairs, and are members of BADA (The British Antiques Dealers’ Association) and LAPADA (the Association of Art & Antiques Dealers)
John Bull Antiques Ltd
139A New Bond Street, London, United Kingdom, W1S 2TN
We are a fourth generation family run business discreetly located on the first floor in a building on London’s New Bond Street. We have been trading in Silver Antiques & Objet de Vertu since May 1953. We offer a varied and comprehensive range of Antique Silver at very competitive prices. We are constantly searching for and purchasing the very best in Antique Silverware. We travel the world looking for the very best items available. You can visit us in our showroom, via our website or at any of the antique fairs we exhibit at over the year in both the UK and the USA. We believe that Silver is unique and timelessly valuable, and we strive to bring this belief to life in the items that we have available. We offer a very comprehensive collection of Antique Silver, Old Sheffield Plate and many other collectible items. Valuations undertaken. Repairs and re-plating service. Antique jewellery repairs. We also offer a range of New & Reproduction Silver.
John Carroll Antiques Ltd
Unit K, Tolka Quay, Dublin Port, Dublin 1, Republic of Ireland
John has been in the antique business for 29 years and has traveled all over the world in search of unique pieces, building up a large network of connections at home and abroad who assist in the quest for beautiful things. Over the past 10 years John has been forming a reference library, he uses this extensively in research and has unearthed many treasures, finding a good item and being able to find out who made it or which house it was made for is a real thrill.
John Iddon Fine Art
Richmond Hill, Richmond-upon-Thames, Surrey
John Iddon Fine Art specialises in Modern British art, and particularly that of Royal Academicians, from the 1930's to the present. Artists include: John Piper, David Hockney, Mary Fedden, Ken Howard, Quentin Blake, Hugh Casson, Paul Hogarth, Frederick Gore, Sonia Lawson, Frank Dobson, Donald Hamilton Fraser, Leonard Rosoman, Bernard Meninsky, Mary Potter, Padraig Macmiadhachain, Leonard McComb, Laura Knight, Allen Jones, Edward Wolfe and Harold Hope Read as well as many younger contemporary artists. Before starting John Iddon Fine Art, John ran an MA degree in Museums and Galleries Interpretation. In addition to art dealing he is a NADFAS lecturer in art history. He has lectured at the Peggy Guggenheim Gallery, Venice; on the Queen Mary 2 and is now part of team of Tate lecturers combining with P&O to give talks on art on P&O cruises.
John Jackson at Town House
5 Fournier Street, London E1 6QE, United Kingdom
Town House started life in a shop in Columbia Road in 1997 selling painted furniture and decorative objects. I moved a few years later to an early eighteenth century building in Spitalfields, opposite the wonderful local landmark of Hawksmoor’s Christ Church. Weavers lived in the building until about 1820, before two doctors, father and son, moved in; they lived here for fifty years until the 1870’s and built what is now the rear gallery as their surgery. A succession of people and businesses followed: a Russian translator, a furrier, coffee rooms and storage for the vegetable market, until at the end of the Second World War it became the Market Cafe, which remained here until 2000 and the arrival of Town House. My parents were also dealers who loved everything Georgian, so inspired by the 1720 panelled interior, I began by concentrating on mid eighteenth century English furniture and objects. However, tastes have altered in the intervening ten years and interesting things are harder to find, so Town House has recently changed again to reflect today’s more eclectic tastes and my desire to make the shop a more personal and creative space. When you visit there are three distinct areas to have a look around: the main room where you will find antique furniture and upholstery alongside a mix of things that just catch my eye. Downstairs is a kitchen area selling old china, glasses and serving dishes and colourful modern pottery. Finally, there is a gallery to the rear of the main building, the doctors’ surgery, showing my stock of 20th century British art when there is not an exhibition on.
John Jaffa Antiques
Suite 63, 235 Earls Court Road, London SW5 9FE
Purveyors of English & Continental Enamels Objects of Vertu, Gold Boxes & Rare Perfume Bottles.
Stand 345/9, Grays Antique Centre, 58 Davies Street, London, W1K 5LP
After working in advertising, retail and fashion, John Joseph’s love affair with antiques began in his early 20’s when he began trading jewellery in his lunch break at Bond Street antiques market. He was offered a stand in the annex of Barrett Street where he specialised in mourning jewellery seals, silver, watches and chains, and also sold at Bermondsey market, Camden Passage and Portobello Road. John Joseph Antique Jewellery was established in 1980 and has now been operating for over 35 years dealing mostly in antique pieces from the Georgian, Victorian, Edwardian, Art Deco and Art Nouveau eras. John’s premises are now at Grays Antique Market and he maintains that the buzz of buying new items and meeting new customers are the most enjoyable elements of his work.
John Nicholson & Dunelm Fine Art
John Nicholson is one of the largest fine art provincial dealers of quality 19th to 21st Century paintings in the North East of England offering for sale British and European oil paintings and watercolours. We offer a wide selection of artwork with a bias towards northern artists from both the Cullercoates and Staithes groups. We now have a permanent display of paintings at Graham Smith Antiques, Leadgate House, Horsley, Newcastle, NE15 0NT.
John Robertson Fine Paintings
The Edenbridge Galleries, Edenbridge, Kent TN8 5BD, United Kingdom
John Robertson has been buying and selling paintings and watercolours for over forty years - between 1970 and 2010 over 30,000 pictures passed through his hands when he managed the Bourne Gallery in Reigate, Surrey. Today he is happy to give advice at any time on all aspects of picture collecting and conservation, and offers an eclectic selection of mainly 19th and 20th century paintings, drawings and sculpture reflecting his personal tastes after half a century of buying and selling art. John now works from home but his stock is always on show at the Edenbridge Galleries.
John Stephens Antiques
15 Shore Road, Remuera, Auckland, New Zealand
A New Zealand based business importing decorative items of Antique Furniture from England, France, Italy, and Sweden. Imported items include: Chandeliers and lamps, Libraries and Wine Cellars, Mirrors, Commodes, Armoires, Beds, Desks, Chests of Drawers and Dining Furniture. Our stock dates from the Jacobean & Georgian, Louis XV and Louis XVI periods and the 19th Century.
John Young & Son Antiques
12 - 14 Main Street, Keswick, Cumbria CA12 5JD, United Kingdom
Specialising in 17th- to early 20th-century furniture, clocks, decorative items, architectural and garden ornaments.
Jolyon Warwick James
Jolyon Warwick James , , Silver Consultant, Historian & Valuer, , Woollahra, , NSW 1350, , Australia
Jolyon Warwick James grew up in St John’s Wood, north London, and later in Sussex, with the family home being in Cornwall. He is postgraduate educated with a London University degree, after school at Marlborough, Wiltshire. Subsequently taking residence in Australia, he lives in Sydney, operating privately. For 40 years, Jolyon Warwick James has acted as a professional consultant developing an extensive specialised knowledge and qualifications as a lecturer, valuer (appraiser), and adviser with respect to English, European, Colonial and other silver. He is recognised internationally through his articles, lectures, and personal representations. He works with Museums, auction houses, Government bodies, commercial enterprises, collectors and educational organisations both within Australia and overseas. Jolyon Warwick James’s work as a silver consultant requires him to travel regularly overseas undertaking study tours, lectures and fulfilling other commissions. He does this with much energy and professional enthusiasm and has made the pursuit of knowledge and the understanding of the noble metal, into a pleasure to be shared with others.
London SW10 0AQ, United Kingdom
Established in Park Walk, Chelsea, in 1988, Jonathan Cooper represents exceptional living artists working internationally in traditional techniques, specialising in representational drawing, painting, photography and sculpture. The gallery is a member of BADA (The British Antique Dealers Association), SLAD (The Society of London Art Dealers), and LAPADA (The Association of Art & Antique Dealers), and regularly exhibits at international art fairs, including Masterpiece London. Jonathan is Chairman of the Contemporary Works of Art Vetting Committee for the BADA Fair and a member of its Fair committee.
Joseph & Pearce Ltd
Joseph and Pearce is a family company, established in 1896 in Hatton Garden, London. We specialise in fine antique, estate and vintage jewellery, and export worldwide to dealers and shops in four continents.Our large range of antique and modern jewellery spans from early 18th century to the present day.
Judy Fox Antiques
81 Portobello Road, London, United Kingdom, W10
Judy Fox Antiques has been trading at No.81 Portobello Road since 1971. We deal in top quality Victorian and Edwardian furniture as well as decorative 19th century sculpture and objets d'art. The majority of our extensive stock has been sympathetically restored and is, therefore, in showroom condition. We have a large international clientele, both private and trade, and export to all parts of the world.
Julia Boston Antiques
588 Kings Road, London SW6 2DX, United Kingdom
Julia Boston Antiques has been established in London for over 25 years, specialising in fine quality French antiques & decoration. The shop on London's King's Road has become a destination for English and international interior decorators, architects and collectors. In the shop and on the website you will always find 18th and 19th century French furniture, many pieces stamped by the maker, 17th - 18th century tapestries, decorative paintings and prints often in large sets dating from the early 17th century. Julia Boston is also the only UK representative for Jean-Paul Gourdon and his iconic masterpieces in white faïence. In addition to the antique lighting available there is also a line of new table lamps designed by Julia Boston The ethos of the shop is to provide a selection of interesting and unusual antiques that fit into the traditional and the ultra modern interior of today.
Julia Korner Fine Art
The River House, 52 Strand on the Green, London, W4 3PD, England
Julia Korner is a specialist and lecturer in fine art conservation and restoration of paintings, sculptures and frames. She is also a valuer, passionate collector, advisor and curator of paintings and works of art. Julia trained as an illustrator and art historian in London and Cambridge, and then as a conservator of easel paintings and as a carver and gilder specialising in frames and polychrome sculpture. In 1978 she began her 20 year career at Christie’s as a paintings specialist, building extensive knowledge of Old Masters, and of British, European and American paintings from the 1700s onwards. She set up Christie’s Maritime Department in 1987, followed by the Frames sales, Aeronautical sales, Exploration and Travel, and the Polar sales, developing them into their current pre-eminence in the international auction world. Julia was elected Huntington Fellow of the Mariners’ Museum, Newport, New Virginia, USA, in 1997. A seven year commitment saw her catalogue this collection and its sister organisation, the South Street Seaport Museum, in New York. Julia has worked independently in her own studio in West London for museums, private collectors and institutions since 1997. Here, she and her small team give specialist conservation work and personal expert attention. Damaged easel paintings, watercolours and prints, polychrome statues, over-mantles, church interiors and traditional gold leaf and gesso frames all emerge delicately restored and transformed under their matchless expertise, knowledge and care. In addition she makes hand-made gold leaf and gesso frames and transforms clients' existing frames, where possible, in addition to undertaking research on paintings undergoing conservation. In 1993 she conserved most of the paintings blown up in the last IRA bomb attack in the City of London at Bishopsgate. Julia acts as an advisor, valuer and exhibition curator for public and private collections in the UK and abroad. She also gives illustrated talks, lectures and study days which often finish with an informal Antiques Roadshow where clients bring paintings and watercolours along to discuss their condition and their frames, and how they can be transformed. She is an Accredited Lecturer of the Arts Society, (formerly NADFAS), The British Association of Paintings Conservator Restorers, The Worshipful Company of Arts Scholars, The International Institute for Conservation, an elected member of the British Antique Dealers' Association, LAPADA, The Fine Art Trade Guild, The Maritime Information Association, The Museums Association, and The Conservation Consortium.
Unit 54 Safestore Business Centre, Ingate Place, London, United Kingdom, SW8 3NS
English and continental furniture, 1550 - 1750. No formal 18th century English furniture. Mirrors, lighting and accessories 1600 - 1880. Stock is displayed in a large first floor showroom just south of Chelsea Bridge London. There is free parking and a warm welcome. The authenticity of the stock is of paramount importance and we are happy to source special items or buy on commission.
Fascinated by the beauty of objects, by the quality and the perfection of creation, I'm in constant search of unique pieces as vintage as creation. Even if I love famous designers brands and the french elegance, I also love the unlimited universe of creation. I think that the savoir-faire & the creation with a touch of humor are just divine ! With Katheleys created in 2010, my objective was to create a unique & different vintage marketplace with fun & elegance. Every piece is chosen with love and care to give them a second new life! Only one-of-a-kind vintage pieces from the most famous French Luxury brands Hermes, Chanel, YSL, Dior... but also vintage pieces unsigned but chosen for their quality & fun!
Richmond, Surrey, TW10 6TN
Watercolours, drawings and illustration, 19th, 20th & 21st century.
Keith Richards Antiques
Torweston Farm Williton, Nr. Taunton, Somerset TA4 4LL
Located near the foothills of the Quantocks in West Somerset, Keith Richards Antiques offers selected quality ceramics, glass, silver, fine art, and furniture with a particular emphasis on the decorative arts covering the arts and crafts, art nouveau, and art deco periods.
Kenneth Neame Limited
27 Mount Street, London W1K 2RT, United Kingdom
This Gallery in Mount Street, London, draws people from all over the world. They come and see a selection of beautiful objects of all types and periods – and usually, buy them. The window normally has large items, which always attract attention, such as a Secretaire/Breakfront Bookcase, English from the 18th century; a splendid set of 12 Rice-paper Pictures, 19th century; a Charles II brass-mounted black and gilt japanned Cabinet on a silver carved-wood Stand, circa 1680. The large Ground-floor Room itself is an Aladdin’s Cave of first-class items for your home. They vary in all sizes from Lamps to Chandeliers in exquisite shapes; Paintings on canvas as well as Glass, ranging in age and subject; splendid pieces of porcelain as Figures and Clocks; we have a fine collection of larger gilded Clocks, all different in subject, but beautiful in style. There are endless other items such as Candelabra, beautiful Tables and Chairs, outstanding Wall-mirrors, Vases and Object d’arts. Downstairs, there are two beautiful Rooms, filled with splendid items to match those upstairs.
Kevin Page Oriental Art Ltd
7 Pierrepont Row, London N1 8EE, United Kingdom, N1 0PD
Kevin Page opened his first antiques gallery in Camden Passage, London, in 1968 and for more than 40 years has been supplying the finest Japanese Meiji and Chinese Antiques to dealers, interior designers and collectors worldwide. The collection featured on this website includes Chinese and Japanese ceramics from the 17th century through to the early 20th century. Another major speciality is fine Japanese works of art from the Meiji period. These works include multi-metalware including bronzes, wood and ivory okimono, lacquer including panels and shodana with shibiyama type inlay, netsuke and a fine selection of satsuma ware.
Kikuchi Trading Co. Ltd
Grays Antique Market, Davies Street, London, United Kingdom, W1K 5LP
18th- to early 20th-century, British and Continental jewellery.
144 Portobello Road, London W11 2DZ, United Kingdom
Kleanthous Antiques was established in 1969 in the world famous Portobello Road. We are a family business that is still run by the original founders and based in the same large ground floor premises in the vibrant and largest centre for antiques in the world. Kleanthous are world leaders in the specialist field of high end, early vintage wristwatches. We have specialised in this field since the company began, constantly adding to our expertise. Our clients are from all over the world being both collectors and people who just want to wear a beautiful and rare vintage watch. We have also supplied Rolex with watches for their museum. Kleanthous has an extensive selection of vintage period Jewellery including Victorian, Belle Epoque, Art Nouveau and Art Deco pieces which are specially selected for their wearability as well as their beauty and craftsmanship. All precious stones are certificated and natural colours, none have had their colour enhanced by artificial treatment.
Koos Limburg Jnr Scotland
Cairngorms National Park, Scotland
KOOS LIMBURG JNR SCOTLAND ------------------------------------------- FOR THE STARTING COLLECTOR TILL THE MUSEUM DIRECTOR. General Antiques Dealer. Categories. ---------------- Clocks, Chinese and Japanese art, Tribal art, Lightning, European furniture, Art Deco, Art Nouveau, 17th, 18th- and 19th-century furniture, metalware, Sculpture, Medieval Sculpture, Ceramics, Glass, Early works of art, and silver.
Babette Kulik and Michael Selzer are dealers specialising in twentieth century furniture and decorative arts. They joined forces in 2013, being both passionate about design and recognising that a great piece can transcend beyond a single movement or era. Michael Selzer is a graduate in Fine art painting from St Martins College of Art and completed an MA in Curating contemporary art at Goldsmiths. As a specialist in post-war European and American art and 20th century decorative art and design, Michael began dealing in 1998. He has curated work by Tim Noble, Jason Shulman, Paul Winstanley and Mel Bochner and contributed to Art Review Magazine. Babette Kulik began her career working in fashion, initially for Chanel later moving to Tom Ford for Gucci, before going solo and setting up a bespoke interior shopping service for clients internationally. As a taste-maker Kulik has also advised brands such as Hermès and John Lobb. “Kulik is really a dealer with turbo-charged extras. A mine of information…happy trawling the high street or scouring auction houses for the perfect piece.” - Lisa Armstrong, The Times.
L & W Duvallier
Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Pre-1800 Irish Silver.
Glass, jewellery and bijouterie, and porcelain.
Lacewing Fine Art
Stratford sub Castle, Salisbury, Wiltshire SP1 3LB, United Kingdom
Lacewing fine art was founded in 1979 by Noel James, who has an eclectic mix of fine works of art from the 17th to early 20th century. Paintings, drawings watercolours and sculpture. With his considerable expertise the paintings are carefully selected offering only the best of its kind. Noel is happy to discuss all aspects of picture collecting: buying, selling, restoration or valuations. Lacewing fine art has its own Fine Art Restoration & Conservation Studios for the conservation and restoration of paintings, sculpture and works of art on paper as well as the restoration & re-gilding of frames. Alongside this is a museum quality bespoke framing service.
Lennox Cato Antiques & Works of Art
The Edenbridge Galleries, Edenbridge, Kent TN8 5BD, United Kingdom
BBC 1 Antiques Roadshow furniture specialist, Lennox Cato, established his antiques business in 1978, specialising in 18th and 19th century English furniture and related decorative items, always with an emphasis on quality and design. Due to his expertise and refined eye, he has built up a worldwide following of dealers, collectors, and leading decorators, as well as private buyers. As a member of the well-known associations of antique dealers, BADA and LAPADA, his clients know they can buy with confidence and reassurance that every piece will always be guaranteed. In 2003 Lennox was very proud to be awarded the BACA Award for Best General Antique Dealer in the South of England. He then went on to become a member of the BADA council in 2004 and in 2008 represented country dealers as Country Vice Chairman. In the showrooms you will find an interesting mix of decorative and formal furniture mainly from the 18th and 19th centuries. Lennox is often on hand to give advice and information on items you are either considering purchasing or selling. Lennox Cato also offers a valuation and consultancy service.
Unit 150, Grays Antiques Centre, 58 Davies Street, London W1K 5LP, United Kingdom
Leons Militaria Ltd was started by Leon and his late wife Natalie after they had spent many years on the antique and collectors fairs circuit, specialising in military and commemorative porcelain and weapons. They opened their first premises in The Mall Antiques Arcade, Islington, London UK in the autumn of 2000 and had expanded to fill three units by the middle of 2003. They then moved to a larger store in The Mall Arcade with another store dedicated to commemorative and political items opening opposite at the beginning of 2004. In 2008 Leons Militaria Ltd moved across London to the prestigious Grays Antiques Centre, Davies Street, London UK where they continue to display and sell London's best collection of Weapons, Militaria, Nautical, Aviation, Scientific, Commemorative and Unusual Antiques. Leons Militaria Ltd boasts a number of celebrities, politicians and museums amongst its many clients and can usually find that special or rare item. Almost all of the stock on offer are one-off pieces and are genuine antiques or curios. They do not knowingly sell newly reproduced copies. Leons Militaria Ltd stocks many diverse items from early Naval antiques to Falklands War curios and our range of military, naval, political, and commemorative porcelain includes rare pieces from the Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian eras.
Linda Jackson Silver
53-64 Chancery Lane, London, United Kingdom, WC2A 1RP
Linda opened her shop in the London Silver Vaults two years ago, bringing to it a new approach and her own flair in selecting distinctive and attractive stock. She began trading in antiques in her native Yorkshire twenty years ago, dealing for a short period in jewellery and antique luggage before finding her true love - silver. She has worked her way up through the trade, selling in antique fairs in the north of England and later in Portobello Road in London, and in that period has combed the country supplying silver to the London trade. She now takes great pride in using that experience to fill her shop with unusual and attractive silverwares. Enamelled silver has become her speciality. Visitors to the shop are invariably struck by the variety of charming and colourful silver: pieces for collectors certainly but also plenty for those seeking good quality gifts for christenings, weddings and anniversaries. Customers are guaranteed honest stock in good condition and a service that is both pleasant and reliable. Many have become friends and visit the shop on a regular basis. All who visit find in Linda's shop a warm welcome and a very friendly candour. Linda's stock changes on a daily basis and includes a range of flasks, mugs and other drinking vessels as well as presentation trophies and dishes, salvers and tablewares. There are also perfume bottles, mirrors, other dressing items, photograph frames and boxes of all sorts of shapes and sizes. If you are looking for tea and coffee sets, trays, candlesticks and bowls, then you will find a selection of these. Linda is happy to look for specific requests if you cannot find exactly what you require within the current stock.
24 West 57th Street, New York, NY, United States
LSG specializes in works on paper, multiples and drawings by modern masters including: Picasso, Miro, Warhol, Basquiat, Haring, Indiana, and Lichtenstein. In addition, LSG is dedicated to a contemporary program that incorporates paintings, photography and sculpture, as well as conceptual and multimedia art by a growing roster of regional, national and international artists, such as Gino Miles, Thalen & Thalen, David Spiller, Russell Young and Amy Kirchner among others. With galleries both in Indianapolis, IN and New York, NY, LSG has placed works in important museums, corporations, and in public and private collections. Named one of the top 500 Art Galleries in the world by Modern Painters Magazine (Blouin Art Info) in 2015 and again in 2016, LSG is honored to work with clients worldwide. Long-Sharp Gallery features a rigorous program which includes international contemporary artists in solo and thematic exhibitions. The gallery also enjoys increased participation in top level art fairs in the US and Europe, which affords the gallery's worldwide clients even greater access to the gallery’s growing inventory of important and innovative works. These art fairs include, Masterpiece London and Art Miami. After a successful 20+ year legal career defending prisoners on death row, art enthusiast and collector Rhonda Long-Sharp decided to formally pursue her passion for the arts in 2005. Beginning as both an art consultant and modern art broker, Long-Sharp specialized in post-war and contemporary multiples and works on paper. Recognizing the internet’s inherent global accessibility to fine art and cognizant of obstacles that virtual galleries can place in a collector’s path, Long-Sharp invested substantial resources and years of experience as a collector and dealer to provide national and international buyers with security and confidence in the acquisition process. Long-Sharp Gallery warrants each work sold with extensive warranties as to condition and authenticity. Along with being a member of various federal bars, Long-Sharp is also a member of the International Fine Art Appraisers and the Indianapolis Downtown Artists and Dealers Association.
Benington, Hertfordshire, United Kingdom
Now in the second generation, Loveday antiques is run by Alexander Loveday. The name Loveday has been synonymous throughout the Antiques Trade, Interior Designers and the general public for over 40 years. Alexander Loveday's passion for antiques was founded from an early age, his father David Loveday started his business in 1969 in a small shop in Blackstock Road, Highbury, he was then was one of the first Antique Dealers to move to the Antiques quarters of Islington, London. From achieving success and a good reputation within the industry, he founded a second showroom in the Kings Road Chelsea. This led Alexander, working alongside his father, to start his own business at the age of 20 and to bring his own personal style and attention to quality into the collection we have today. The stock represents an interesting and stylish mix of not only Antique furniture but Art Deco and contemporary 1970's furniture from around the world infused with some exquisite pieces of British Modern Artwork which gives the showrooms a distinct and very unique feel. From the early days until 2012 Loveday Antiques had three major showrooms running located at Chelsea, Ascot and Islington but sensing the major shift towards the online side of the business in January 2013 Alexander decided to close both Chelsea and Ascot and concentrated more on working via the internet and website as traders/interior designers and the public's buying habits changed. The internet now allows us to trade globally 24/7 whilst keeping our overheads down and passing on these savings to our clients. The start of 2014 has also led a change were we are relocting the original showroom in London The Furniture Vault, 50 Camden Passage, Islington from where we have traded for over 40 years to our new showroom convienently located in Hertfordshire within the A1 and A10. The new showroom is just North of London and a 20min train journey from Kings Cross London to Stevenage and a short 10 minute drive from there which we are happy to pick you up from. It is also 10 minutes drive from both the A10 and A1m.
Lucas Rarities Ltd.
We specialise in finding timeless and unique pieces, focusing primarily on signed jewellery from the Art Deco period to the 1970s but encompassing jewellery from all periods. We also deal in fine quality diamonds, sapphires, rubies emeralds and natural pearls. We believe that jewellery collecting should be an intimate experience that retains traditional values. Our Mayfair location aligns the company with an age where jewellery was sold from discreet salons without a shop front, where a tailored and personal service is provided. We are proud of our growing reputation for delivering highly collectable items of exceptional design provenance. In addition to our existing collection, Lucas Rarities are proud to offer the following services: Consultations, Commissions, Acquisitions.
Lucy B Campbell Fine Art
3 The Village, London, United Kingdom, SE7 8UG
Representing contemporary British, European and American artists, photographers and sculptors
LVS Decorative Arts Ltd
LVS Decorative Arts is a family run business, specialising in an eclectic mix of fine quality decorative antiques from around the world. Stock is chosen across the board, either for its sheer quality, fine patination or for its idiosyncracy. Pieces range from early 17thC - 20thC furniture, bronzes, sculpture and particularly decorative items suitable for any interior, both old and new.
M & J Duncan Antiques
PO Box 285, Uckfield, East Sussex TN22 9EA, United Kingdom
Specialising in English and Continental Furniture and Works of Art from the 18th and 19th Century. Over the past 20 years we have developed a wealth of knowledge and continue to advise our clients on the best pieces for the home and investment. We have established a reputation for sourcing the finest pieces of furniture with particular focus on rarity, colour, provenance and excellent condition. We are committed to providing our clients with not only a wonderful array of pieces to choose from, but a personal value added service, such as advice on restoration and caring for your antiques as well as insurance valuations.
We specialise in selling art nouveau glass and art deco glass by Lalique, Galle , Daum, D'Argental, Schneider, Legras, Goupy, Baccarat, Moser, Loetz, Kralik, Rindskopf, Harrach, Pallme Koenig, Riedel, Josephenenhutte, Fritz Heckert, Steinschonau, L C Tiffany, Monart and other great makers of glass between 1875 and 1955. As well as our web shop we also show at many specialist antique fairs.
M. Charpentier Antiques
284 Lillie Road, London, United Kingdom, SW6 7PX
M. Charpentier has been selling antiques for over thirty years and is now run by Camilla & Alix Charpentier. Specialising in decorative furniture, mercury mirrors, garden ornaments and unique objects of charm from the 18th to the 20th century. Although mostly sourced from France, Europe is their shopping playground. Enter the doors and you feel a pull towards the romantic mood of the past - faded ballrooms, stone floored chateaus, inspiring gardens and fabulous parties - each item seems to tell a story.
M. Lees & Sons
Tower House, 1 Castle Place, Severn Street, Worcester, Worcestershire, WR1 2NB
Based in the Cathedral City of Worcester for over 30 years, M. Lees and Sons, run by Michael Lees, has been dealing with both trade and public from an early Georgian town-house and shop located in the shadow of Worcester Cathedral and 50 yards from The Royal Worcester Porcelain Factory and Museum. LAPADA Members since the inception of the Association , we offer a fully-guaranteed sales policy and can arrange delivery world-wide at competitive rates on application. All goods authenticated and sold with descriptive invoice. All goods are owned by M.Lees & Sons and are available to view at our premises . A telephone call beforehand is always advisable as the shop-hours are variable with the demands of the business.
Madelena Antiques & Collectables
PO Box 2185, Wickford, SS11 9AB
Madelena was established in 1997 selling antiques online. Our small team is based in Essex, UK and Georgia, USA. We are dedicated to providing you with a safe, simple, trusted and enjoyable antiques shopping experience. We source great pieces. We describe and photograph accurately and in minute detail. Emails and phone calls are answered quickly and with care. Orders arrive well packed and fast. A representative sample of our stock can be found on this LAPADA portal site. To browse our full inventory, please visit our website at www.madelena.com.
273 Lillie Road, London SW6 7LL, United Kingdom
18th and 19th century French and Swedish Furniture.
Malcolm Eglin Antiques
Unit 26F, Haugh Lane Industrial Estate, Hexham, Northumberland NE46 3PU, United Kingdom
Malcolm and his wife Patricia are the proprietors of Malcolm Eglin Antiques based in Hexham, Northumberland, which specialises in decorative antiques and period home furnishings from the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries which are ideal for interior design. The stock changes weekly or even daily as Malcolm attends auctions, house sales and some of the largest antiques fairs in Europe, where he buys on clients’ behalf or just for his stock.
Manfred Schotten Antiques
109 High Street, Burford, Oxfordshire OX18 4RG, United Kingdom
Established now for 30 years at our 15th Century premises in the picturesque town of Burford, Oxfordshire, we have built up a reputation as one of the premier specialists in luxury sporting art and antiques. We offer a friendly and reliable service and are experienced at shipping to customers worldwide. Some of the sports we cover are Golf, Fishing, Cricket, Tennis and Racquet Sports, Croquet, Snooker and Billiards, Boxing, Football, Rugby, Rowing, Curling, Skiing, Hunting, Polo, Shooting, Racing and more. We also stock a wide selection of equestrian artwork, taxidermy, club, leather and library furniture, games and accessories.
B M Box 4813, London, WC1N 3XX
Needlework, tapestries, textiles, and decorative items
Cheriton Bishop, Exeter, United Kingdom, EX6
Marhamchurch Antiques is dedicated to English and Continental woodwork of the late medieval period through the early seventeenth century. Over twenty years of continuous searching and acquisition has resulted in the discovery of many important and previously undocumented examples of Gothic, Renaissance, Tudor, Elizabethan oak and walnut furniture and wood carving. Objects are sought which remain unseen by the market and are exceptional for their complexity, character or state of preservation. Paul Fitzsimmons has been in the antique business since 1991, dealing in 15th, 16th and 17th century furniture and works of art. Paul’s main interest is in the Gothic and Renaissance period, dealing mainly in English, French, Flemish and German furniture and sculpture. The main focus is finding unseen items that are both rare and interesting.
Mark Buckley Antiques
Skipton, North Yorkshire
Based in North Yorkshire, Mark Buckley Antiques was established by Mark in 1998. Mark’s passion for antiques was borne from his father, David, who was in the business for 40 years. With premises and a showroom making up part of Mark’s childhood home it was inevitable that he would follow in his father’s well-trodden and experienced footsteps. Having started life as a general antique dealer, Mark Buckley Antiques now specialise predominantly in Victorian and Edwardian inlaid furniture, and objets d’art. We invest much of our time sourcing the finest quality antiques from around the country, and we can be found at the many specialist antique fairs and exhibitions across the UK. All of our stock is cleaned, waxed and polished to the highest standards, spending extra time on details to make every piece special! Please contact us if you wish to learn more about our current stock or if you have a specific requirement. We can meet customers by appointment at our base in North Yorkshire, or at a fair. Alternatively, we can arrange for furniture to be delivered for inspection.
Mark Goodger at Hampton Antiques
Hampton Antiques was established in November 1998, created by partners Mark and Sara Goodger. Our first sale was on a cold, dark Saturday morning in the winter of 1998 from a tiny stall on the famous Portobello Road in London. We no longer sell there but have many happy memories of Portobello and some very interesting stories to tell! As our business has grown, we now concentrate on selling at the UK's major antique fairs and here online, as well as at Antiques at Heritage, in the beautiful Cotswolds village of Woodstock. We are recognised as being the country's leading experts in our field. Due to Mark's knowledge and experience, he vets for various fairs and auction houses. For additional peace of mind, you will be pleased to know that we are members of BADA, CADA, LAPADA and CINOA. Our Unique Selling Point is that our vast knowledge in this field is not solely based on buying and selling. As a team we collectively have over 80 years' experience and between us we have handled thousands of boxes - we have been restoring these beautiful items for over twenty years which means we literally know (most of what we sell) inside-out! This makes us totally unique in the antiques trade. We never stop learning... the more we work with, the more we learn!
Mark J West
PO Box 595, Redhill, Surrey, RH1 3XB
Mark West is a specialist dealer in 18th and 19th century antique glass, 20th century collectors art glass and Art Deco glass of English and European origin. The collectors glass covers English drinking glasses, engraved and cut glass decanters, tableware and candelabra, coloured art glass and vases.
PO Box 52819, London, SW11 4YW
18th to mid 20th century English and Continental jewellery, early 20th century glass and decorative items. Exhibiting at National and International shows and by appointment.
Martlesham Antiques, Main Road, Martlesham IP12 4RJ, United Kingdom
Martlesham Antiques is a family run business and has been trading since 1984. Located in Suffolk just outside Woodbridge, Martlesham Antiques is run from a spacious thatched cottage housing nine large showrooms with a vast adjacent car park. Specialising in 18th and 19th Century furniture, together with creating custom hand-made furniture which is supplied to various interior designers, trade and the retail market. Every piece on the showroom floor is in excellent condition and ready to go straight into the buyers home or premises.
Mary Cooke Antiques Ltd
12 The Old Power Station, 121 Mortlake High Street, London SW14 8SN, United Kingdom
Mary Cooke Antiques Limited was established by Mary Cooke in London nearly fifty years ago specialising in Eighteenth Century British Silver and early Nineteenth century Collectors items. Fellow Director Neil Shepperson joined the company in 1994 and together they exhibit at a number of antique fairs in the United Kingdom as well as assisting clients to build up collections on an international level. The following pages represent a small selection of our stock which is always well represented with Scottish and Irish silver as well as pieces from York, Newcastle and Exeter. In addition we have one of the largest stocks of Hester Bateman Silver, Caddy Spoons and Wine labels in the United Kingdom. Our stock can be viewed at one of the Antique Fairs listed or by appointment at our riverside showrooms in Mortlake.
Matthew Foster 20th Century Design
25 Burlington Arcade, London, United Kingdom, W1J
Matthew Foster 20th Century Design is a collaboration between Matthew Foster and Marcos Matos Figueiredo and represents their shared passion for the decorative arts of the Art Deco Period. This was a design period of unrivalled innovation, elegance, creativity and luxury. We hope you enjoy viewing and perhaps purchasing those items as much as we have enjoyed sourcing them.
Mayfair Gallery Ltd.
39 South Audley Street, London W1K 2PP, United Kingdom
The Mayfair Gallery opened for business in 1975, the product of a lifelong ambition of Mati Sinai, its founder. Having taken a keen interest in antiques and their historical importance from a young age, Mati sought to travel the globe in search of unique and important objects. His philosophy of providing exceptional pieces and unsurpassed service at a fair price remains to this day and it is this commitment that ensures our customers' expectations are consistently exceeded. Today Mayfair Gallery operates from two locations. The main gallery is situated on South Audley Street in Mayfair, at the very heart of London's prestigious fine art market. Our new warehouse premises, positioned in the leafy village of Highgate, provide the space to display our larger items of stock and carry out restorations in our workshop.
PO Box 6828, Bewdley, Worcestershire, DY12 9AU
Spectacular 16th and 17th Century Antiques. With five years behind us we are excited to be entering a new phase, researching and purchasing for early Colonial pieces. Our cargo is continuing to richly expand with such wonderful rare objects of silver: glass: caskets and boxes: metal work: and a small but interesting range of furniture.
McKenna & Co.
28 Beauchamp Place, Knightsbridge, London SW3 1NJ, United Kingdom
McKenna & Co has developed a reputation for supplying finest quality wearable and collectable jewellery, dating from the 18th to the latter half of the 20th centuries. Many ‘signed’ pieces are in stock. A selection of diamond engagement rings is also offered. A particular speciality is the sourcing of investment-quality natural saltwater pearls and certificated white and coloured diamonds. A range of contemporary jewellery is also available. The business takes pride in providing the very highest level of personal customer service regardless of the selling price of an item. McKenna & Co has assisted many customers to build significant collections of jewellery for investment purposes.
My wife Margaret and I have been in antiques and vintage for over 40 years. We started on a cold market stall in Chester and ending up with a 10,000 sq ft store in the same city. When we sold our business in 2001 we had one of the biggest export /retail antique businesses in the north of England. We now operate from major fairs. Whether it's a simple wash-board or a fine welsh dresser we only own items we love. Most of our stock selection is based on originality, colour and patination - that tactile sense you get when you stroke a piece of well waxed furniture. I am also a regular on TV's \Dickinson's Real Deal\" and \"Secret Dealers\". Melody Antiques has been a member of LAPADA for over 28 years."
Stands 378 & 334, Grays Antiques Market, 58 Davies Street, London, W1K 5LP
Specialising in 18th- to early 20th-century jewellery and silver, small silver collectables.
Michael Sedler (Antiques) Ltd
Vault 26, The London Silver Vaults, Chancery Lane, London, United Kingdom
Specialising in silver.
Michael W. Fitch Antiques
68 Tontine Street , Folkestone, Kent , CT20 1JP, United Kingdom
Michael Fitch Antiques (established 1977) stocks antique furniture, clocks and objects of vertu.
Miles Griffiths Antiques
Millers Antiques Ltd
Netherbrook House, 86 Christchurch Road, Ringwood, Hampshire BH24 1DR, United Kingdom
Established in Chelsea in 1897, Millers Antiques moved to Ringwood some 40 years ago. The showrooms are set in a Queen Anne house. There is a wide range of English and Continental furniture with an emphasis on the French country look. The ever-changing stock includes 19th century walnut, pine, fruitwood and mahogany furniture, Majolica, Quimper, brass and copper, decorative accessories and other interesting and unusual items.
Millington Adams has grown to be a leading specialist in 18th- and early 19th-century British period furniture and clocks. They also stock a large selection of 19th- and 20th-century paintings. Marcus Adams, one of the founders of the company, trained as a pilot but, with a lifelong interest in antiques, in 2002 he set up Millington Adams. They attend many of the UK’s major art and antique fairs and much of their stock can be viewed on their comprehensive website where all pieces are fully-priced and described. They welcome visitors by appointment at their base in Knutsford, Cheshire and are happy to let clients try pieces at home in-situ before purchase. Alternatively clients can call to discuss any pieces that may be of interest.
Milne & Moller
20th century and contemporary paintings watercolours and sculpture.
Mitchell Studio Gallery
258A Station Road, Addlestone, Surrey KT15 2PU
In 1971, Robert Mitchell opened his first oil painting conservation studio in Chertsey Surrey. Robert is a self taught conservator who has personally conserved over sixty thousand oil paintings making the Mitchell Conservation Studio one the most experienced in the world. His wife Vicki is his studio assistant. Robert and Vicki’s son Darrell joined the studio in 1985. From 1968 to 1971 Robert researched, developed and built his own Vacuum Conservation Hot Tables. By 1980 Roberts’s inventive nature led him to reject the old fashioned hot iron glue and bees wax techniques (hot irons damage soft modern paint) and concentrate on low pressure low temperature bonding. Around 1990 Robert started to develop a range of Global warming friendly conservation supports, currently using eight different materials to suit the problem and the age of the paintings arriving at the Mitchell Painting Conservation Hospital. In 1977 Robert started the restoration and Gilding of old frames. In 1992 Classic Fine Art Frames was opened by Robert and frame maker Wayne Cooper to add the manufacturing of bespoke frames for Dealers, Restorers, Galleries and Artists. Since 1971 Robert has helped a number of Traditional artists to develop their painting techniques and sold old paintings to the fine art trade gaining knowledge as a painting dealer. In 2005 Robert and Darrell opened the Mitchell Studio Gallery to advise and help collectors to build and maintain their fine art collections, restore or make Gallery frames to create the right decorative look. All restoration work undertaken by the Mitchell Studio Gallery is carried out in the Mitchell Conservation Studio run by Darrell and the Classic Frame Studio run by Wayne known as the Mitchell Triangle, all three Studios within 3 to 5 minutes traveling distance. Works on paper with acid damage are restored through the Gallery and old mounts replaced with acid free mounts. The Gallery has up to eight hundred works of art, the largest stock of original oil paintings and works on paper for sale in the area with 19th and 20th, Century art including works by artists currently painting. The Gallery stock includes art works direct from the studio of British post impressionist painter Sir Claude Francis Barry 1883 -1970. Gallery visitors and collectors are Local, National and World wide, join them and tap in to a vast pool of expertise and advice.
Twentieth Century Fine Art and Design
2-2-11-501, Shibuya Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, 150-0002, Japan
We specialise in 18th- to early 20th-century jewellery.
Moira Fine Jewellery
c/o Richard Ogden, 28 Burlington Arcade, London W1J 0NX, United Kingdom
Suzanne Lauder has continued the family business as the new owner of Moira Fine Jewellery, after having worked in the industry for over 30 years. Moira’s principal collection can now primarily be viewed at Richard Ogden’s in the Burlington Arcade, where the two esteemed antique jewellers join their knowledge and expertise of buying and selling collectables. The Moira Fine Jewellery collection is renowned worldwide for its elegance of design. Over the last three decades Suzanne and her brother Simon, have built the antique jewellery range with regular exhibitions in Palm Beach, New York, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Chicago, Dallas; the Far East - Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore; and Europe – the Olympia and LAPADA London shows. The range of fine antique jewellery spans twentieth century signed originals from the finest design houses, the Art Deco period, 1940s gold work, to the modernist creations of the 1950s to the 1980s. Their modern jewellery complements the vintage range, to satisfy the desire for unique and truly individual pieces. For gifts and heirlooms for the gentlemen, Moira offers one of the largest signed collections of antique and vintage cufflinks and signet rings in London. For those looking to tie the knot we have a range of contemporary, classic and vintage engagement rings, complemented by our collection of wedding rings that are available to order. The reputation of this exquisite collection, together with Moira and Suzanne’s warmth of relationship with their customers, have led to visits from numerous esteemed clients, with many of their pieces becoming treasured parts in the collections of royal families. They also count Madonna, Adele, Rod Stewart, Goldie Hawn, J. K Rowling, Simon Le Bon, Sylvester Stallone, Danielle Steel, Dustin Hoffman, Daniel Craig and Sir Paul McCartney amongst their customers. We would like to invite you to come in to view the Moira collection. We would also be delighted to help you sell, restore or remodel your items of jewellery, and to provide valuations for insurance purposes.
Morelle Davidson Ltd
53 Maddox Street, London W1S 2PH, United Kingdom
Morelle Davidson specialises in only the finest jewels. The boutique on Maddox Street is a marbled treasure chest, a haven for the discerning customer desiring items of the utmost quality and rarity. Set in a beautiful Edwardian building in the heart of Mayfair you will find an exquisite selection of antique and estate jewellery, natural pearls, diamonds, important gemstones, and one-off modern creations. Founded by three brothers descending from a line of jewellers, the business began in 1983 and grew into a respected, international supplier of jewellery and gemstones to well-known jewellers and retailers around the globe. After thirty years in the trade, the brothers opened a gallery on Maddox Street to showcase their remarkable finds and creations. The result is a breathtaking display of jewels sourced with passion and expertise from an extensive international network or made with unparalleled craftsmanship by one of the world’s leading ateliers.
Morgan Strickland Decorative Arts
London, United Kingdom, NULL
With a combined experience of over 50 years Gavin Morgan and Gary Strickland have worked together since 1990. In the years prior to this they repeatedly found themselves competing against each other in their search for the best stock. They have always shared a love of strong design and high quality craftsmanship and with this in short supply they soon worked out that by combining forces they could achieve more and source the best. Initially they worked from their gallery in Kensington Church Street, London as JAG Decorative Arts. During that time they built up a large and loyal clientele of collectors, dealers and enthusiasts for high quality Arts & Crafts, Art Nouveau and Art Deco. Our customers range from private collectors worldwide, museums and institutions to dealers alike. In 2005 after 15 years of successfully running the gallery, in light of the changing nature of the antiques trade we felt the time was right for us to reduce our costs and deal exclusively from the website and by appointment. By doing this we have managed to bring high quality Decorative Arts to our many customers but at even better prices. Specialists in Liberty metalwork and Archibald Knox in particular, Morgan Strickland Ltd also carry an extensive stock of good Jugendstil, Secession and Darmstadt, Wiener Werkstatte, WMF, Kayserzinn, Osiris, Art Glass including Lalique, Gallé, Daum, Schneider and Loetz, ceramics, good lighting and small furniture and fittings. In addition to the stock we carry, we are also very happy to provide a search service for your specific requirements.
Muse. The Sculpture Company
Trull Farm Partnership, Trull, Tetbury, Gloucestershire GL8 8SQ, United Kingdom
Muse . The sculpture Company is a specialist sculpture dealer operating out of its Tebury offices and gallery in Gloucestershire as well as the most important Art Fairs and events. Muse. can supply the very best in contemporary sculpture , in bronze, stone and glass. Muse. offers works both monumental and more intimate for the home and garden restricted to small editions and unrivalled in quality. A complete installation service is available and advise on restoration and valuation is offered. Worldwide shipping is also available.
N.P. & A. Salt Antiques
Abbeydale House, Barmouth Road, Sheffield, South Yorkshire S7 2DH
Dealing in 19th-century furniture and silver. Valuations
Nadin & Macintosh
Macintosh Antiques, The Courtyard, Newland, Sherborne, Dorset DT9 3JG
We specialise in Art Deco and Arts and Crafts furniture and 18th- and 19th-century furniture including Regency.
Net Jewels Ltd
Kensington Antiques Centre, 58-60 Kensington Church st, London, W8
I have over 25 years experience in the antiques trade.I specialise in British Post War Jewellery from 1950-1980s; including British designers such as Andrew Grima, Alan Gard, John Donald, Gerda Flockinger CBE, Wendy Ramshaw, David Thomas. Stuart Devlin, Ernest Blyth, Frances Beck, Gillian Packard, george Weil and Charles de Temple. I also usually stock a large selection of Scandinavian Jewellery and some arts and crafts jewellery. I traded at Portobello Road for 25 years and now focus on my shop and office at Kensington Antiques Centre where i have been for 15 years. I have a selection of Scandinavian jewellery at The Old Cinema Shop in Chiswick.
c/o BADA, London
Nicholas Gifford-Mead has been sourcing and dealing in architectural antiques for over thirty-five years. For the past twenty years Nicholas has specialised in 17th, 18th and 19th century chimneypieces and established a collection of marble, stone and carved fireplaces from all over Europe. Nicholas also has a selection of antique grates, fire tools, garden ornaments and sculpture. Nicholas has a long standing reputation in the antiques business and works with interior designers, private clients, museums and auction houses. He is supported by a small team of experts and colleagues who, like him, believe in the fundamental ethos behind the business – originality and provenance.
Nicholas Wells Antiques Ltd
207 Regent Street, 3rd Floor, London, W1B 3HH
Nicholas specialises in fine antiques, decorative furniture and fine objects from the 18th and 19th centuries, with particular focus on French pieces of unusual high quality and design. His look is fused together by a common bond of quality, rarity and an eye for the unusual. By sourcing distinctive pieces, he offers a strong collection of impressive antiques that private clients and interior designers can easily work with in their projects catering to different tastes and budgets. Nicholas works with British and International interior designers and private clients from across the globe. He ships antique furniture and objects worldwide on a regular basis and have facilities to accommodate clients individual requirements.
Nigel Milne (Antique Jewellery) Ltd
42 Berkeley Square, London, United Kingdom, W1J 5AW
Our reputation was built through our specialism in jewellery of the Edwardian and Art Deco periods leading to the foundation of Nigel Milne in 1979. Today Nigel and Cherry maintain a varied stock of period jewellery of the finest quality and representative of the past ten decades, with an emphasis on beautiful gold, diamond and gemset jewellery of more recent years including signed pieces by Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Boucheron, Hermes, Bvlgari, Tiffany and even occasionally Chanel, all of which, most importantly, are complementary and stylishly wearable with today’s fashions and lifestyles. Our expertise and knowledge are as visible in our period jewellery collection and our own in-house and bespoke designs today as ever.
Nigel Norman Fine Jewels
Stand 335/6, Grays Antiques Centre, 58 Davies Street, London, W1K 5LP
Fine jewellery and cuff links of all periods. Based in Gray's Antique Market in Mayfair, London.
14 Chapel Road, Whaley Bridge, Derbyshire SK23 7JZ, United Kingdom
Nimbus Antiques has been established in Whaley Bridge, Derbyshire since 1979 with over 30 years of experience we have established a reputation for sourcing quality pieces of antique furniture. We boast an interesting and unrivaled collection of fine antique furniture and clocks dating from mid 18th century to early 20th century, chosen for their quality, design and craftsmanship. We are experienced antique furniture dealers, who specialise in Georgian, Regency, Victorian and Edwardian furniture. Nimbus Antiques has an extensive range of antique furniture, from antique wardrobes and antique bookcases, to antique dining tables and antique chest of drawers.
110 Northcote Road, London SW11 6QP, United Kingdom
We are a London art gallery specialising in modern British and International contemporary paintings, photography and sculpture.
Boothsbank Farm, Leigh Road, Boothstown, Worsley, United Kingdom, M28 1LR
British early to 17th- and 18th-century longcase and bracket clocks.
SK6 2QN, United Kingdom
Nostalgia is a family run business established in 1976 and since then has created an international reputation for dealing in fine quality genuine antique fireplaces and antique fireplace accessories. Established 40 years ago, Nostalgia has acquired an unparalleled selection of some of the finest antique fireplaces available on the market. They stock over 2,500 reclaimed fireplaces and accessories dating from 1580 – 1920.
Bygones Of Worcester, College Precincts, Worcester WR1 2JD, United Kingdom, WR1 2LG
Furniture, Silver, Diamond and Gem set Jewellery, Worcester porcelain, English, Continental & Oriental china, Art glass, Brass & Copper, Clocks & Barometers, Bronze & Marble sculpture, Toys, Eccentricities and items from the Cottages and Castles of yesteryear. We have a wide range of pieces suitable as furnishings for your home or gifts for discerning friends as well as specialist items for collectors. Our family business has been established in the \Faithful City\" of Worcester for 100 years. We are proud of our tradition of supplying items of the finest quality and in the best
O'Keeffe Antiques Ltd
2 Christleton Road, Chester, United Kingdom, CH3 5UG
We specialise in selling antique chandeliers, antique lighting, French mirrors, antique gilt furniture and unusual decorative items. The business was founded in 1999 by David & Jean O'Keeffe. The shop is based in Chester but supplies clients throughout the UK and abroad. We have one of the largest and varied selections of antique chandeliers lighting in the UK. We stock a huge choice of chandeliers, lanterns, wall lights, candelabras, in a variety of finishes such as metal, wood, brass, gilded brass, gilt, chrome and glass so have something for everyone. As well as this, we have a range of interesting and decorative items such as decadent bed coronets, pelmets, fire chenets and anything else that catches our eye!
Odyssey Fine Arts Ltd
129 Lisson Grove, Marylebone, London NW1 6UP, United Kingdom
Early to 19th-century watercolours and drawings, 18th-century furniture, painted furniture, oriental pottery and porcelain, textiles, decorative items.
Oak Bank Farm, Sallow Lane, Wacton, Norfolk, NR15 2UL
Olde Time like so many antique businesses was formed out of a passion for ‘old clocks’. Paul Nunn has been an enthusiastic collector of antique clocks for over thirty years with a genuine love and fascination for antique horology and when friends began constantly pestering him to sell some of his collection he decided to comply with their wishes. He started ‘Olde Time’ in 1993, from small beginnings and rapidly expanded the company with his partner Tracy Wright. Very soon clients were finding their way to rural Norfolk from all over the country, drawn by the quality and variety of beautiful clocks on offer. Olde Time soon began exhibiting at major antique fairs up and down the country and as the business grew Paul enlisted the services of a top clockmaker and cabinetmaker to help lighten the load of restoration work that was rapidly increasing. The company has evolved combining the talents of the most skilful, experienced and passionate specialists to produce a high profile antique clock and barometer business. ‘Olde Time’ are also members of both the AHS (Antiquarian Horological Society) and the B.H.I (British Horological Institute). Olde Time’s extensive collection is beautifully displayed in a five hundred year old period farmhouse. Visitors may relax in the sixteenth century surroundings, to browse through a selection of antique clocks and barometers in a setting that makes it easier to visualise how each piece might look in a domestic setting. Alternatively, ‘Olde Time’s’ fascinating array of fine antique clocks and barometers can be viewed at major antique events throughout the country. Olde Time carry a wide range of different styles: longcase clocks, bracket clocks, carriage clocks, wall clocks, French clocks, barometers and barographs as well as a few pieces of antique furniture. Their clocks appeal both to the serious collector and those looking for an elegant clock with which to decorate their home. They carry an extensive range of antique clocks from classic 17th-century examples to the Art Deco period. They are always happy to send images of any clock or barometer which may be of interest to customers, either by e-mail or by post.
Olivia Collings Antiques
Grays Antique Market, Davies Street, London, United Kingdom, W1K 5LP
As a child, Olivia Collings became fascinated by the seventeenth century alchemist and jeweller Christopher Pinchbeck while visiting her grandfather's house Pinchbeck Hall, Lincolnshire, England. She bought her first piece of antique jewellery aged seven. Olivia began her career as a costume designer for the theatre and then trained in an exclusive Bond Street antique jewellers before starting her own business in 1975. She is a member of LAPADA and is a well known and highly respected dealer and independent jewellery consultant in London and the United States.
P A Oxley Antique Clocks
The Old Rectory, Main Road, Cherhill, Calne, Wiltshire SN11 8UX, United Kingdom
Our main stock consists of antique longcase clocks which are sometimes referred to as grandfather clocks. All of our antique clocks and barometers offered for sale are fully restored and in full working order. We have been established since 1971. Extensive and detailed images can be viewed on our regularly updated website and audio files are also made available for each individual clock. Current stock can also be viewed by appointment at our three large showrooms located in the Historic County of Wiltshire, home to Stonehenge, Avebury Stone Circle and Salisbury Cathedral. We are situated just 2 hours from central London by car. Please call or email us to arrange a date and time to view our collection of antique clocks and barometers. P. A. Oxley have been members of LAPADA for 33 years. The Association of Art and Antique Dealers is the UK's largest association of professional dealers in antiques and works of art. We therefore follow a strict Code of Practice upheld by LAPADA which gives further confidence for future purchasers.
Panter and Hall
11-12 Pall Mall, London SW1Y 5LU, United Kingdom
Founded in 2000 by Tiffany Panter & Matthew Hall in a small building in Shepherd Market Mayfair. After acquiring the contemporary side of Oakham Gallery in 2006 the two galleries amalgamated and moved into large premises on Pall Mall in Summer 2013. An exciting programme of solo and mixed gallery shows run throughout the year, introducing work by fresh young talent alongside the most celebrated names in twentieth century art. Panter & Hall undertake valuations, commission bidding at auction and disposal of estates or individual works. We attend art fairs in Europe, North America and South East Asia and are happy to arrange shipping internationally.
Parino Mercato Antiquario
Strada Statale 28 Regione Olle, 12080, Vicoforte, Province of Cuneo, Italy
One of the biggest antiques stores in Italy. More than 3000 m² dedicated to antiques and furniture: a rich assortment of antique furniture, paintings, sculptures and collecting items. 100€ shipping all over Europe. Shipping all over the world at affordable prices. Each item will be packed with the utmost professionalism and sealed in a custom-made wooden box, accompanied by a certificate of authenticity and warranty. Wholesale prices for operators of the sector. Contact us without any hesitation at all, we speak fluent English and French.
Patrick Moorhead Antiques
Spring Gardens, 76 Church Street, Brighton BN1 1RL, United Kingdom
Patrick Moorhead antiques has been established for over 25 years in the Brighton area and is one of the UK's biggest antique warehouses. Carrying a large stock of English, continental and oriental furniture, porcelain, bronzes, mirrors etc. We are always keen to purchase similar items displayed on this website, either telephone or email us for a prompt reply. The items on this website are only a very small example of our extensive stock. We serve the trade, interior decorators and private clients, and are happy to email pictures and details of any stock we have. New stock is arriving on a daily basis with the emphasis on quality. We have a van in London and along the south coast delivering and collecting on a daily basis. We are happy to collect clients from Gatwick airport and Brighton station, we also have our own car park. For any details, emailing of photographs etc. We are also happy to entertain prop-hire to the film and TV industry.
Patrick Sandberg Antiques
150-152 Kensington Church Street, London W8 4BN, United Kingdom
With over 30 years experience as an Antique Furniture dealer with extensive showrooms in Kensington Church Street, Patrick Sandberg offers one of the largest and most comprehensive collections of fine 18th Century Georgian and early 19th Century period English Antique Furniture in Central London. We also specialise in Bronze and Ormolu Objets d'Art including Candlesticks, Lamps, Lustre Candlesticks and many 'Grand Tour' souvenirs.
Vault 21 and 23, London Silver Vaults, 53-64 Chancery Lane, London WC2A 1QS
Paul Bennett was established 41 years ago and is a family run trade and retail shop, recognised as one of the leading silver dealers in London. Specialising in fine English silver from the late 16th to the 21st century we also have a wide range of Continental silver, Victorian, modern and Old Sheffield Plate. Our shop is situated in the Marylebone area of central London.
Paul Mayhew Fine Art
81 East Road, Bridport, Dorset, DT6 3LB, United Kingdom, DT6 4AL
Paul Mayhew Fine Art deals in original Victorian and 20th century oil paintings and watercolours and limited edition prints.
Paul Nash - Fossil Decor
Barton Farm, Upper Siddington, Cirencester, GL7 6HH, United Kingdom
Fossils and minerals to complement all interior design and décor.
34 Moreton Street, London, UK
Sharing our passion for antique furniture, fine and decorative arts, we buy and sell fine English furniture from early 18th to early 19th centuries, and occasionally decorative objects. We only buy those pieces which we would love having ourselves. What we value the most in antiques is the story they tel, their provenance, authenticity and patina, as well as the refinement of style and craftsmanship techniques. Our collection includes fine pieces made by and attributed to the leading cabinetmakers of the day, such as Gillows of Lancaster and London, Mayhew and Ince, Miles and Edwards, Wright and Mansfield, and other makers who chose to remain anonymous. Over the past few years a number of UK and US collectors and decorators have been our clients. We welcome inquiries and are open by appointment.
Pearse Lukies Antiques Ltd
Aylsham, Norfolk NR11 6HE, United Kingdom
17th & 18th century furniture and objects. The stock ranges from the practical to the decorative, and comprises a comprehensive yet eclectic range such as Gothic wood sculpture, period objects in bronze and wood, early oak, Georgian and Regency furniture, architectural salvage and decorative items including paintings and mirrors. Pearse Lukies has been dealing in antiques for forty years. Youngest son Morgan Lukies joined the business in 2011.
Period Oak Antiques
Near Askham, Cumbria, United Kingdom
As Jack and Jackie Simonini we are a husband and wife partnership and have specialised in early English oak and country furniture from the medieval period to the 17th century for over 30 years. Our fine and rare collection of early English antiques is sourced worldwide and is often purchased by private and trade buyers visiting our antiques showrooms here in Cumbria in the Lake District and from the many buyers who purchase from us online for delivery locally and worldwide. Our showrooms offer visitors a warm and welcoming atmosphere, redolent of beeswax and the deep glow of polished oak. Here you may enjoy the display of early oak furniture and medieval sculpture and works of art, dating from the 15th, 16th and 17th centuries. The collection reflects our passion for early oak and country furniture and our constant search for the rare and the unusual. Our ever varying collection of Early English antiques here in Lowther Valley, Westmorland often includes medieval furniture, 16th and 17th century oak refectory tables, four poster beds, dressers, coffers, dated furniture, English medieval works of art including medieval sculpture, European medieval sculpture and metalware, early metalware, rare alms boxes, four poster beds, oak panels, oak coffers, rare antique oak tables, chests and cupbaords and much more.
Persepolis Fine Arts
Avda. Jaime III, 23, Palma de Mallorca, Balearic Islands, 07012, Spain
Furniture, paintings and fine arts from 17th, 18th and 19th centuries.
Peta Smyth Antique Textiles
42 Moreton Street, London, United Kingdom, SW1V
Peta Smyth has been dealing in antique textiles since 1976. The shop, at 42 Moreton Street in Pimlico, is renowned for its extensive and comprehensive stock of beautiful and fine textiles, and attracts a loyal and diverse clientele of interior designers, antiques dealers and private collectors. With an emphasis on European textiles of the 16th century through to the 19th century, and textiles from further afield intended for the European market, particular attention is concentrated on tapestries, needlework for the upholstery of antique furniture, and silk brocades, damasks, and velvets, together with crewelwork and other embroidery, appliquéd and printed textiles, curtains and smaller decorative pieces such as cushions, braids and fringes. In the words of Nicky Haslam, quoted in The London Magazine, 'Peta Smyth's rare and beautiful antique textiles provide not just unique furnishing materials, but are also a source of constant inspiration'. We also provide access to a range of restoration and conservation services, and advice on the proper treatment and hanging of textiles and tapestries. Prospective clients are welcome to contact us by telephone or email, although it is not necessary to make an appointment to visit. A selection of stock is exhibited every year at the Berkeley Square LAPADA Art and Antiques Fair in September.
Harthill Hall, Alport, Bakewell, Derbyshire, DE45 1LH, England
Peter Bunting specialises in 16th, 17th, and 18th century antique oak furniture and country oak furniture, antique portraits, antique tapestries and decoration plus other related items. The stock includes many examples of antique oak furniture including refectory tables, chests of drawers, oak court cupboards, oak English dressers and Welsh dressers, oak carved coffers and plank coffers, yew tree Windsor chairs and oak settles, plus 16th, 17th and 18th century panel pictures, antique portraits, tapestries and related items. Peter has been dealing for over 30 years. Pieces are all shown to advantage in surroundings contemporary with their original use, within the many showrooms that occupy the lovingly restored barns and outbuildings of Harthill Hall.
38/39 Duke Street St James's, London SW1Y 6DF, United Kingdom
This is a family business started by Peter in 1967 and joined by his sons Redmond and Roland; Peter Finer has a well-earned reputation for handling the rarest and the best. We have helped to build some of the greatest private collections and have sold to museums Worldwide, including The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and The Royal Armouries of the United Kingdom. We enjoy dealing with collectors, connoisseurs and enthusiasts alike. We have a discerning eye for quality and condition and an original and elegant approach to display. We possess the resources to provide the most recent and comprehensive research in the study of antique arms and armour; similarly we conduct our business with unparalleled discretion and guarantees of authenticity. We are aiming to establish long-term relationships built on trust and connoisseurship with both private and institutional clients; and we are also happy to work side-by-side with decorators for specific projects. We assist in acquisition, cataloguing, display and conservation.
Peter Harrington Antiquarian Books
100 Fulham Road, London SW3 6HS, United Kingdom
Established in 1969, Peter Harrington has become one of the leading rare books firms in the world. With a stock of fine books from the fifteenth to twentieth centuries in a broad range of subjects, in the past few years we have sourced and sold a rich variety of outstanding items Our customer service includes not only sales advice but commission bidding at auctions, library projects and others. We regularly produce fully-illustrated catalogues featuring our newest acquisitions. Each entry is fully described and carries our unconditional guarantee. We provide both domestic and international shipping and accept all major credit cards. We are members of the Antiquarian Booksellers Association (ABA), the International League of Antiquarian Booksellers (ILAB) and of the Provincial Booksellers Fairs Association (PBFA). We exhibit regularly at a number of international book and antique fairs.
58 Davies Street, London, United Kingdom, W1K 5LP
European Silver, 18th century jewellery.
Forge Cottage, High Street, Gargrave, North Yorkshire, BD23 3RB, England
Based in rural North Yorkshire, Philip Carrol runs his distinctive business specialising in a range of fine ceramics. Philip’s stock covers a large range of disciplines including English, Continental and Oriental porcelains and works of art including ivories and bronzes. His English ceramics include fine porcelains with pieces by Barr, Flight & Barr and Staffordshire pottery, and his Continental ceramics are similarly as varied from Meissen to Hochst. He also carries a stock of Oriental items. Philip Carrol is a regular exhibitor at some of the major British antique fairs including the BADA Fair, LAPADA Show, AFE Birmingham. He also offers valuation and restoration services.
Philip Mould Portrait Miniatures
18-19 Pall Mall, London SW1Y 5LU, United Kingdom
Philip Mould & Company are a leading specialist dealer in British art and Old Masters. Our gallery is located in Dover Street at the centre of London’s art market. We have a large selection of fine paintings for sale, from Tudor and Jacobean panel pictures to eighteenth century landscapes, as well as works by Old Masters such as Titian and Van Dyck, and antique portrait miniatures. Philip Mould OBE has specialised in British art for over twenty-five years, and is regarded as the foremost expert in British portraiture. Our specialist on portrait miniatures is Emma Rutherford, who was previously head of the miniature department at Bonhams, and before that worked at the V&A. She is one of the most widely respected portrait miniature specialists, and has published extensively on the subject.
By Appointment and at Antiques and Fine Art Fairs around the UK.
20th century jewellery. We have been in antiques all our working lives, originally dealing in furniture and vintage costume and accessories. We started our jewellery business in the 1980s in Nice, France. Inspired by the glamour of the French Riviera and a love of beautiful jewellery, this created a perfect backdrop for a vintage jewellery business specialising in French and European jewellery with a particular feeling for pieces from the 1940s-1960s. In 2002 we relocated to the UK where we have been regulars on the quality Antiques and Fine Art Fairs circuit. More recently we have been focusing on contemporary signed pieces of jewellery. We have a gallery of photographs and videos which is added to daily on our Instagram page.
London, United Kingdom, NULL
Portal Painters has been exhibiting finely detailed figurative paintings by a unique group of artists for over fifty years. The paintings are sometimes humorous, often surreal but always beautifully executed. Throughout its existence Portal Painters has kept itself slightly apart from the fads and fashions of the art world. Our artists combine technical skill with great imagination and – although of course each painter has their own unique style – under the Portal banner they come together to form a coherent ‘school’ of painting. Portal Painters exhibits the work of some twenty artists, adding new ones from time to time. With the exception of Isabelle Rozot, who is from Paris, they are UK based. Several of them are Scottish: John Byrne, James McNaught, Whyn Lewis and Heather Nevay all studied at Glasgow School of Art, which has produced so many of Scotland’s finest painters. Beryl Cook (1926 – 2008) is one of our most celebrated artists. A former seaside landlady, she started painting in her forties and exhibited for her entire career with Portal, which mounted a total of eighteen exhibitions. Her colourful and gently humorous world of large ladies, male strippers and people generally enjoying themselves in bars and night clubs has changed the way we see things. After studying for an Art History degree at East Anglia University and a year spent working at the Galerie de Seine in Paris. Jess Wilder ran the gallery for many years. She runs it now as Portal Painters exhibiting at major London Art Fairs: The London Art Fair at The Business Design Centre in Islington in January, The Affordable Art Fair in Battersea in March and in Hampstead in June, and The 20/21 British Art Fair at The Royal College of Art in September. Jess also uses a broad knowledge of her work to appraise and sell Beryl Cook’s paintings Portal Painters started life as Portal Gallery in 1959 in Mayfair’s Grafton Street. Its founders Eric Lister (1926 – 1988) and Lionel Levy always championed the figurative and the quirky in painting and the gallery became well known for exhibiting the work of self-taught (sometimes known as naïve) painters of whom James Lloyd was probably the best known. Over the years the gallery’s unpretentious attitude and its very special group of painters have made Portal internationally famous. Many people buy their first painting from us and are reassured by the welcoming atmosphere, modest prices and fascinating diversity of work we offer. We aim to show that contemporary painting can be accessible, enjoyable and of outstanding quality.
Precious Flora exhibits at art and antique shows and at floral events. I am looking forward to your visit! http://www.preciousflora.com/events/
Since ancient times, people have expressed their feelings through flowers: appreciation, triumph, sorrow, and of course love. Flowers wither away; the sentiment is fading with them. The treasures to be found here, however, bloom everlasting. My fascination for the language of flowers originates in my childhood spent amongst the Dutch tulip fields. I am a jeweller and certified appraiser with over 30 years of experience. Combining my lifelong love for flowers and my profession, I, Cornelia Perquin, am honoured to present you, Precious Flora.
Pushkin Antiques Ltd
58 Davies Street, London, United Kingdom, W1K 5LP
Welcome to Pushkin Antiques, we are based in the Grays Antiques Market in the heart of Mayfair. We have quickly become associated with providing high quality antiques and exceptional customer service on-line and in store. Our aim is to carefully research each object and to provide you with a detailed description, an extensive condition report, professional photographs and provenance to insure that you are left fully satisfied when making a purchase. If you don't find what you are looking for in our shop, please let us know. We have built an incredible network of contacts and we are confident that we can source and offer you the finest antiques available. Whether you are looking for antiques, collectables, and gifts or thinking about a profitable future investment, Pushkin Antiques will be delighted to offer you our range of services and advice.
Quentin Johnson Antiques
I have been in the Antique Business for 45 years dealing in furniture, paintings, porcelain, glass, metal work, sculpture and lacquer. I specialise in sourcing antique items, valuations for insurance and probate, restoration of furniture and paintings and advice on buying and selling.
R.N. Myers & Son
Endsleigh House, High Street, Gargrave, United Kingdom, BD23 3LX
For 126 years my family have been involved in buying and selling antique furniture, ceramics and works of art. We have helped to form important collections, sold to Museums, furnished castles and cottages, sold to the antiques trade and decorators and enjoyed (nearly) every minute of it. We keep a fairly broad range of stock; English and occasionally European Furniture with an emphasis on the 17th and 18th Centuries, English and Oriental Ceramics, Paintings, Textiles and all manner of Works of Art and oddities. We keep restoration to a minimum, cherish patina, and identify any faults or restoration to our customers. We are fortunate in that we still buy a good proportion of our stock from private sources, and so pass things from one generation of collectors to the next.
Via Rino Pachetti, 24/d, Rosignano Solvay-Castiglioncello, Province of Livorno, Italy, 57016
Born in 1974 in Arezzo, leading town in antiques for decades, and visitor from the childhood of the historic Antique Fair, in 1989 - just fifteen-year-old - I decided to become antique trader and in 1993 I formerly started my own business. The innate passion for ceramics and porcelains brought me, thanks to a continued research and to an unremitting study of the subject over the years, from an initial commercial level to a specialization on this field with a resulting selection even more careful and refined of the best manufactures, of the most important artists, of the leading brands of the last centuries. My current offer, that take place also on the highest level Italian antique and fine art exhibitions, aims at reaching especially the most demanding ceramic collectors and lovers, offering them the best quality.
Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery
2A Conway Street, Fitzroy Square, London W1T 6BA, UK
Rebecca Hossack is the Director of three internationally-renowned galleries - two in central London and one in New York. Now in its twenty-eighth year, the Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery champions originality in contemporary Western and non-Western art. Celebrating and promoting inclusiveness and innovation, the gallery has pioneered exhibitions of Aboriginal art in London, as well as curating important collections from Papua New Guinea, tribal India and the Bushmen of the Kalahari. The Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery also advocates contemporary western artists who resist the dominant trends of the modern art world, exploring how arts and crafts can collaborate by showcasing a diverse array of media. The gallery is renowned for discovering talent and starting trends in contemporary art. Following a degree in Law and a BA majoring in the History of Art, Hossack studied at Christie's and at The Guggenheim in Venice. She served as the Australian cultural attaché in London from 1993-7, initiating literary links between Australian and British writers and organising a series of exhibitions of Australian art in London. She sits on the board of LAPADA and is a Trustee of Resurgence, the influential periodical of alternative thought. Hossack was the first Conservative Councillor in Bloomsbury for over 20 years, during which time she ran the New York Marathon to raise £20,000 to plant trees in central London. Hossack also writes regularly in the national press and lectures internationally on Aboriginal art, contributing to the Macmillan Dictionary of Art (1996) and the Oxford History of Western Art (2000). She has curated many exhibitions of Aboriginal and non-Western art both in the UK and worldwide, working closely with the British Museum, the Victoria and Albert Museum, the Bristol City Art Gallery, the Harrogate Art Gallery, the Horniman Museum, Leicester City Art Galleries, and the De Young Museum in San Francisco. Hossack also campaigns to preserve rock art in Western Australia’s Burrup peninsular. To further the relationship between Eastern and Western cultures, the gallery regularly hosts poetry-readings and academic-led talks. As well as monthly exhibitions in its three spaces, the gallery has a very active extra mural presence throughout London - including exhibitions at The Third Space gyms in Soho and Marylebone, the Marylebone Hotel and 20 pop-up galleries in London’s Gail’s Bakeries.
Regard Co. Ltd.
Hotel New Otani Tokyo, The Main B1 Arcade Kioizaka, 4-1 Kioicho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 102-8578, Japan
Fine jewellery from the 18th century to 1940.
Manor Warehouse, 318 Green Lanes, London, United Kingdom, N4 1BX
Regent Antiques was established in 1980. Born out of a natural love for art and beautiful objects, it has been a highly respected member of the antique fraternity ever since. The founder of the business is Tino Quaradeghini. Tino is multilingual and has built up an extensive knowledge of every aspect of the antiques trade over several decades Tino's passion for antiques takes him all over Europe in search of rare and beautiful furniture and decorative objects. Each piece is chosen with the greatest of care and attention to detail, and his clients include many high profile businesses and individuals from every corner of the world.
1016 Harrow Road, Kensal Green, London N10 5NS, NW10 5NS
At the heart of Retrouvius is the belief that good materials and well-made things are precious; whether quarried stone or a piece of expert joinery, these objects were hard won and have an intrinsic value that argues for them to be re-conditioned and intelligently re-used. Our warehouse is a refuge for our ever-changing stock – determined by the serendipity of salvage, evolving fashion, tastes, desires and more than a bit of luck. You never quite know what you will find on our website or by walking through our doors. Architectural salvage stock depends on the vagaries of demolition. We try to keep a regular stock of hardwood worktops and similar materials which are in steady demand. Likewise we always have some good modernist furniture. But we also have mad and quirky pieces, some things that no-one else wanted and we took pity on, and also very desirable pieces that we had to fight for. Over the years our design team has been involved with a broad cross section of domestic and commercial design projects. With skills in architectural, interior and product design some have been very architectural, others purely decorative covering dates of building from the 15th Century to contemporary. We always try to incorporate some salvaged material although not always easy to spot if it is usually treated with a modern language. If you would like to discuss a design project you have in mind, please do contact us.
Richard Gardner Antiques
West Sussex, UK
One of the last general antique dealers who have an extensive range of some of the finest antiques available. Previous winner of Best Antique Showrooms in the country. 17th, 18th & 19th century fine furniture, tea caddies, boxes, clocks, garden statuary, glass, globes, ivory, Japanese (Satsuma, ivories & bronzes), lighting (chandeliers & lamps), miniature furniture, mirrors, paintings, porcelain, pottery, Staffordshire figures, rocking horses, rugs, sculpture & bronzes, silver & silver plate, singing birds & music boxes, tortoiseshell, and many object d'art.
Richard Hoppé Antiques
lt is my pleasure to offer you an interesting and varied selection of fine antiques, including scent bottles, glass, tiles, objets d'art, and vintage celebrity photographs by the renowned portrait, ballet and travel photographer, E. O. Hoppé (1878-1972). My love of antiques began many years ago with the purchase of a Minton Art Nouveau tile. My attraction to continental glass was formed during twenty five years spent working abroad, and last not least, my fascination with scent bottles started while photographing a collection for an auction catalogue. My enthusiasm for antiques continues today, strong as ever, through work as a professional valuer and fine art photographer. My business philosophy is a simple one: to offer interesting, quality antiques and to offer a trustworthy, reliable, competent and friendly service.
Our antique oak and country furniture, and unusual decorative objects and folk art, are amongst the best to be found anywhere. We choose them for their style and strength of design, for originality, plus a special quality that raises it above the ordinary. Our stock is on view in the atmospheric setting of our 18th century London town house, and in an adjacent garden room of modern design. The 1776 house is located in one of London's hidden gems, a surprising enclave, rich in delightful Georgian and Regency architecture. We are in Central London, just outside the congestion charging zone, about 12 -15 minutes drive from Sloane Square (Chelsea) and the antiques hub of the Pimlico Road, with easy access and parking. Our pieces have all the individual charm of country-made things, often with a strong sculptural quality. They are mainly English and Welsh, 18th century and earlier, and reflect a love of native British woods - oak, elm, ash, walnut and fruitwood - and of wonderful colour and patination.
58 Davies Street, W1K 5LP
Fine Antique, Vintage & Pre-owned Jewellery, Tapestries and Textiles.
Rowan and Rowan
315, Grays Antique Market, 58 Davies Street, London W1K 5LP, United Kingdom
Rowan and Rowan is the internet branch of our Lapada member company, 225 The Jewellery Exchange. We have been selling fine antique jewellery in London since 1984 and on the web since 2003. Michele Rowan is a member of the Company of Arts Scholars & of the Society of Jewellery Historians. We specialise in Georgian jewellery.
Rowles Fine Art
53 Mill Street, Ludlow, Shropshire SY8 1BB, United Kingdom
A family-run business, Rowles Fine Art was established in 1982 and is headed up by brothers Glenn and Mark Rowles, both of whom have many years experience within the world of fine art. Through both its expertise and genuine passion for art, the team has been able to build up an impressive collection of European and British paintings spanning history, from the Victorian era right through to the modern day. The team has developed an enviable reputation over the years for its attention to detail and keen eye for quality, and as a member of the industry’s leading trade associations, the British Association of Antique Dealers (BADA) and the Association of Art and Antique Dealers (LAPADA), fully complies with the highest of standards set for trading. We also offer a comprehensive restoration service, where our highly expert team will carefully and sensitively help to bring your favourite works of art back to their former glory, even those which have suffered minor smoke damage. In addition, we can provide advice on the framing and protection of paintings.
S & A Marsh
Vault 52, The London Silver Vaults, Chancery House, 53-64 Chancery Lane, London WC2A 1QS
Stephen and Angela have been dealing in British Sterling Silver for more than 25 years and we carry a wide range of items from the 18th - 20th Century. We are familiar faces at well established, fully vetted Antiques Fairs which are held throughout the country and we have now taken a shop unit in the London Silver Vaults in Chancery Lane where you can come and visit us whenever you are in London. We pride ourselves on the quality and condition of our silver stock and, as members of LAPADA, we feel that you can buy from us with confidence.
S & S Timms Antiques Ltd
PO Box 813, Ampthill, Bedfordshire, MK45 9AW
S & S Timms Antiques has been established for over 35 years. Director Robbie Timms is a fourth generation dealer, following in the footsteps of his father, grandfather and great grandfather. Robbie's great grandfather was a founder member of the British Antique Dealers’ Association early in the 20th century. The present business, S & S Timms Antiques was actually formed by Sue and Steve Timms in Ampthill, Bedfordshire, in the late 1970s. For many years their shop was a regular call for other dealers and interior designers, looking to source quality goods. As the antiques trade evolved over the years, naturally their business also had to change and develop into the business it is today. Robbie, who is Sue and Steve’s son, joined the business aged just 16 in 1998, and sadly in 2007 Sue passed away at a relatively young age. However, despite their loss, Robbie and Steve have continued to drive the business forward, becoming a well-known name on the antique fair circuit. Currently S & S Timms offer a carefully chosen selection of high quality English town and country furniture for the home from their extensive website, at many fairs and by appointment only at their trade warehouse in Bedfordshire.
Sally Turner Antiques
Online only, United Kingdom
Sally established the business 35 years ago but, as a third generation antiques dealer, has been dealing for over 50 years. After initially working in the family antiques shop in Gloucestershire, she opened her own business in Chelsea in 1979. In 1989 she moved to her current premises on the High Street, Wendover, Buckinghamshire, where she is supported by a dedicated team who will deal with all your enquiries in a friendly and efficient manner. Sally has a wide knowledge of fine furniture, silver, ceramics, glass and jewellery of the last four centuries. Her stock is complemented by British paintings from the 20th century.
After some 14 years with Sotheby’s and a period with a West End dealer, Sarah Colegrave started trading on her own in 2004. She specializes in British 19th- and 20th-century paintings, watercolours and drawings. She can be visited by appointment in London and regularly exhibits at the International Fine Art & Antiques Fair, Olympia, the Winter Fine Art and Antiques Fair, Olympia and the Watercolours and Works on Paper Fair.
Saunders Fine Art
Solihull, West Midlands, UK.
Saunders Fine Art premium art dealers are based in the West Midlands area covering worldwide sales and acquisitions. Director Brian Saunders has been an avid collector since 1970 . In 1990 Brian decided to started acquiring pieces for clients and then became a full time dealer in fine arts and antiquities. We now have a full team of experts, Our expertise has been developed over many years and provides the basis for specialist advice in the formation and extension of fine collections.
PO Box 511,, Ashford,, Kent, TN25 6WE, , London by appointment
Jewellery. Lapidary - Gemstone cutting, Jewellery Design, Diamond Grading. Dealers in Fine/Silver & named Costume jewellery, watches, Art Deco/Retro furniture & interiors including objects, lighting & mirrors.
Schredds of London
PO Box 227,, London,, N6 4EW
For 38 years, our shop was located in the heart of the Antiques Section of the Portobello Market, ever since my wife Bunty and I began dealing in antique silver in 1970. In 2008, we decided that the time had come to restructure our business around our website, rather than seeking larger, alternative premises in the market. Our son Luke particularly enjoys research into the history and provenance of the pieces of antique silver that we handle. For Antique Silver Georgian, Victorian and earlier, 'inspired smalls' and unusual collectables SCHREDDS of LONDON is the place.
Schütz Fine Art - Chinese Department
Gluckgasse 3, Vienna, 1010, Austria
Contemporary and 19th century paintings.
Serhat Ahmet Limited
Shop 121, Grays Antique Centre, 58 Davies Street, London W1K 5LP, United Kingdom
Having first entered the world of fine European porcelain over 25 years ago, our passion for this fascinating area of antiques continues to grow. With our stock carefully selected with both dealers and private collectors in mind, we have become a destination for buyers of fine European porcelain when visiting London. The majority of our stock dates from the 19th century, during which manufacturing and decorating techniques were perfected, therefore making this the most popular period for many fine European porcelain dealers and private collectors. Our range also includes choice pieces from the 20th century to meet the demand from the next generation of collectors searching for objects that complement modern interiors. For the discerning collector of early European manufacture, we carry a selection of 18th century items and are happy to discuss and fulfil your specific requirements. We carry numerous items of stock and would be happy to assist with your search beyond our website selection. To view our entire collection in person, please visit us Monday to Friday at Grays Antique Centre on Davies Street in Mayfair (with Saturdays by appointment).
34 Spital Walk, Boughton Chester, Cheshire CH3 5DB, CH2 3EB
We have been an established family business since 1985, and during this period we have sold to dealers, decorators and private clients worldwide Our showroom is stocked with a selection of bookcases, wardrobes and dining tables, along with English and Continental furniture from the mid 18th Century through to the 20th Century. Be assured of a warm welcome and our very best endeavours on your behalf at all times.
Shanghai Bufan Antiques
Floor 3, Block 7,, No. 900 Lanfeng road,, Fengxian District,, Shanghai, China, 201403
All of our collections are carefully selected and imported directly from abroad, from European professionals. The collection now comprises approx. 1500 items presented in our exhibition hall, with a comprehensive display of Victorian, Edwardian, Baroque, Rococo, Louis XIV, Louis XV, Louis XVI and other European furniture and reflects the historical changes and decorative arts style. We are committed to providing the best quality service and the best quality of Western antiques. Our selection is ideal for those who seek furniture of high quality for their home.
Shapero Rare Books
32 St. George Street, London W1S 2EA
Shapero Rare Books is an internationally renowned dealer in antiquarian books and works on paper. Our experts have over 100 years’ experience in the book world with particular expertise in fine illustrated books from the 15th to the 20th Century, particularly natural history, travel, guidebooks and Russian works. In 2014 we launched Shapero Modern, a modern and contemporary prints department which curates several shows annually on topical themes in our collection. We are based in Mayfair on St. George Street where most of our stock is available and on public display. We also exhibit at major international fairs including The European Fine Art Fair, Masterpiece London, Art Asia in Hong Kong, and the Haughton Winter Show in New York.
Shapiro & Co.
Stand 380, Grays Antique Market, 58 Davies Street, London W1K 5LP, United Kingdom
Shapiro & Co has been established since 1982 at Gray's Antiques Centre specialising in the interesting and unusual including Jewellery, Silver, Objects d'Art, British Arts and Crafts and Imperial Russian Works of Art including Fabergé pieces.
Shaw Edwards Antiques
Shaw and Valerie’s main interests are in the 14th, 15th and 16th Centuries. They carry a wide selection of secular and religious carvings from the Medieval and Gothic and early Renaissance periods, through to the end of the 16th Century. These early carvings come in a variety of timber including Oak, Walnut, Limewood, Spanish Hard Pine, and very occasionally Yew Wood. They stock high quality early English Oak furniture including coffers, tables, chairs and related works from the late 15th Century, and through the 16th and 17th Centuries. On occasion they have later period high quality Country pieces such as Primitive Chairs, and furniture made from various Fruit Woods. In addition to the stock at Edenbridge, people are very welcome to see any item of interest that is not in their Kent showroom, by appointment, or to discuss them by telephone, or through email correspondence. Please note that Shaw and Valerie no longer have a showroom in Devon, but they are happy where practicable by prior arrangement to show items to prospective buyers either by taking them to them, or in their homes in Berkshire and Devon. Shaw and Valerie are also always interested in purchasing Medieval, Gothic and early Renaissance examples similar to those described above.
Signet Contemporary Art
378 Kings Road, Chelsea, London , SW3 5UZ, United Kingdom
Occupying a space in Chelsea, Kings Road one of London’s prestige district, Signet Contemporary Art specializes in British and International contemporary painting. A proud Member of LAPADA, the gallery caters for both established and new collectors working in a wide variety of styles and genres, ranging from the semi-abstract to the impressionist, including Robert E Wells RBA, Garry Raymond-Pereira, David Poxon RI & John D Martin RBA are just to name a few. The mission of Signet Contemporary Art is to provide its artists grater exposure to new markets.
Silverman Antiques Ltd.
109 Kensington Church Street, London W8 7LN, United Kingdom
founded more than 80 years and three generations ago, Silverman Antiques has been consistently dealing in fine antique silver, silver flatware, silver sporting and hunting items, Chinese export silver and objets d'art.
Following a lifetime’s interest in collecting Art and Antiques, Solo Antiques was established in 2004 when I became a full time dealer. I specialise in beautiful and stylish period items with an emphasis on quality and condition: Art Nouveau and Art Deco Sculpture (mainly bronze and ivory) including Demetre Chiparus, Ferdinand Preiss, Pierre Le Faguays, Joe Descomps, Ernst Seger, Victor Seifert, Franz Bergman, Josef Lorenzl Art Nouveau and Art Deco Glass (mainly European) including Galle, Daum, Loetz, Lalique, WMF, Argy Rousseau, Rene Lalique Arts and Crafts of the period 1880 to 1935. Mainly Copper and Silver with the emphasis on style and quality including W A S Benson, Newlyn, Keswick School of Arts & Crafts, Hugh Wallis, Archibanld Knox , Liberty, WMF, Duchess of Sutherland, Birmingham Guild, John Pearson. I am happy to provide condition reports and additional photographs of any pieces. Please contact me if you have any questions. I exhibit at quality, vetted fairs throughout the UK including Antiques for Everyone and Olympia and am a member of BADA, LAPADA and CINOA and have done television work for both BBC and ITV. Shipping can be arranged throughout the world.
Sphinx Fine Art Ltd
125 Kensington Church Street, London W8 7LP, United Kingdom
Sphinx Fine Art has a wealth of experience in Old Master and Russian pictures. Roy Bolton and the gallery team are always pleased to advise in any specialist art capacity.
64 South Molton Street, Mayfair, London W1K 5ST, United Kingdom
Fine period jewellery, natural pearls and coloured gemstones.
St. James Authentiques
PO Box 131, Prestwich, Manchester, M25 3HP
Trading as specialist jewellers and valuers since 1967 at St. James Antiques in Manchester city centre.
Stagshead Antiques Ltd T/A Steve Sly Japanese Art
Poole,Dorset, United Kingdom
My passion for antiques and the business of buying, selling and collecting them began when I was a teenager. Coming from a modest background and seeking my fortune I spent many of my younger years trawling the numerous antique and “bric a brac” shops in and around Bournemouth on the south coast of England. It was great fun learning the business from the absolute “grass roots”, dealing in anything and everything that took my fancy. I was lucky enough to meet Mike, a well-known and respected member of that trade who had a special interest in Oriental antiques. I subsequently spent the next 20 odd years working for Mike, handling all manner of high quality Oriental Art on a daily basis. I was slowly building up my knowledge and experience particularly in the field of Japanese works which appealed to me on so many levels. Mike was generous with his time and his extensive knowledge and we became firm lifelong friends - but also rival collectors! I was now able to buy things for myself, all the while striving for better and better quality. It was during one of the tougher periods for the trade I decided to branch out on my own – an inevitable event. In parallel with my continued trading and collecting antiques, I successfully built up and subsequently sold a large car dealership and garage business and also became heavily involved with AFC Bournemouth, my local football team who are now in the English Premier League, ending up as co-owner and vice chairman. Moving on from these various adventures enabled me to fulfil a lifelong ambition - to open my own family owned and run Antique shop in the beautiful New Forest area of southern England. At the same time I began exhibiting at the prestigious Olympia Fine Art and Antiques Fairs in London and at the hugely popular Antiques For Everyone Fairs held at the NEC in Birmingham. Throughout this period I have continually focussed on high quality Japanese works, travelling all over the UK and indeed the world in search of undiscovered treasures. I have also been fortunate enough to purchase several high quality private collections as a result of contacts made at the exhibitions. However no market is immune to the rapid changes brought about by advances in technology and the opportunities afforded by the Internet. The marketplace is now truly global with no barriers to easy international trade and communication. Thus my shop has given way to the new Online phenomenon, whilst at the same time I continue to exhibit successfully at the aforementioned shows where it gives me great pleasure to meet face to face fellow enthusiasts of these wonderful works of art. It is not only a privilege but also a highly pleasurable experience to be able to source and pass on these wonderful things. I hope that you will share in that enjoyment.
Stalham Antique Gallery
29 High Street, Stalham, Norfolk NR12 9AH, United Kingdom
Georgian and 19th century furniture, clocks and barometers, boxes, mirrors, tea caddies and works of art. I have been established here for over thirty five years and with my knowledge of the trade I am able to select out items which would, in my opinion, represent value and genuineness. Our stock is always changing. We are able to deliver to any part of the U.K., and we have facilities to ship to any part of the world. We are also members of LAPADA, The Association of Art & Antiques Dealers in London, who have a strict code on the way we do business. Our stock reflects what is available on the market that can fit into any of the above categories, that to the best of our knowledge represent good value for money and are presented in a condition as close to the original as is possible.
Stephen Kalms Antiques
The London Silver Vaults, chancery house, Chancery Lane, London WC2A 1QS, United Kingdom
Our superb collection of antique English and Continental silverware covers the Georgian period to late Art Deco and represents the work of the finest craftsmen and designers of this medium. The sheer variety of fine silverware on display will have you spoilt for choice, Everything from delicately figured snuff boxes to exquisitely ornate centrepieces that once graced the grandest Victorian salons and dining tables. Whatever your requirements - something charming or unusual to commemorate a special family occasion, or a more dramatic piece, perhaps, as a retirement or corporate gift - our knowledgeable staff are always available to offer helpful advice and inspiration to guide you in your choice.
Store Street Gallery
32 Store Street, London, United Kingdom, WC1E 7BS
Store Street Gallery is a contemporary London art gallery situated in Bloomsbury, a fashionable part of London and in a beautiful tree lined street within easy reach of the British Museum. The gallery represents and promotes both established and emerging contemporary artists from the United Kingdom, Europe and further afield. The work on display covers a broad range of contemporary art from figurative to abstract in both painting and sculpture.
4 Molyneux Park Road, Tunbridge Wells TN4 8DN, United Kingdom
Streett Marburg has been a dealer of fine antique furniture for over 35years. During which time he has gained a reputation for finding rare and beautiful pieces for the public and trade alike. Streett is a frequent exhibitor at both the Olympia International Art & Antiques Fair and The Decorative Antiques and textile fair Battersea. He specialises in sourcing unique pieces of fine English and Continental 18th & 19th Century furniture and objects of Art. A selection of these pieces are shown on the furniture page, please do feel free to contact Streett, to arrange a private viewing by appointment. The pieces shown on this website are just a selection, please contact Streett to discuss your particular requirements as an experienced runner he is happy to source specific pieces for you.
12 Bridge Street, Hungerford, Berkshire RG17 0EH
Styles Silver has been established in Hungerford since 1974 when Patsy Styles started trading from the Hungerford Arcade. The business grew so her husband Derek joined in 1977 and two years later they moved to the current premises. Initially they only dealt in Antique and second-hand silver but although this is still their main stock there is now a wide range of quality new silver items as well. In 2001 their son George joined what was now a true family business. They have kept their links with the Hungerford Arcade by maintaining four units there but the majority of stock is to be found at the Bridge Street shop.
Grays Antique Market, Davies Mews, London, United Kingdom, W1K 5LP
QUIRKY JEWELS FROM THE PAST. I have traded from an antiques centre in Davies Mews, Mayfair for over 30 years but now use that address for appointments only. I exhibit at several prestigious Antique Fairs in the UK and USA each year and my online presence is here on LAPADA, 1stdibs.com and suebrownjewels.com
Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire
Small pieces of furniture, metalware, small silver collectables.
Summers Davis Antiques Ltd
Calleva House, 6 High Street, Wallingford, Oxfordshire OX10 0BP
With over 40 years experience in the antiques business, owner Graham Wells is a well-respected figure in the industry. He started in the workshop as a furniture maker and restorer. After doing that for 14 years he graduated to buying and selling and took over Summers Davis in 1994 with his wife Pamela. Together as co-directors of Summers Davis their reputation and passion for antiques, supported by their specialist knowledge, make for a family led business with a belief for quality at its heart. Recognising the importance of provenance and with a commitment to only deal in authentic items, we offer our customers a lifetime guarantee and often support each of the pieces throughout their lives. The company was established in 1909 and for over 100 years has been supplying antique English and Continental furniture to some of the globes most discerning private and trade clients alike.
Susan Ollemans Oriental Art
13 Georgian House, 10 Bury Street, London SW1Y 6AA, United Kingdom
Sue Ollemans stared trading in 1979 and has worked with private collections and museums around the world. Regularly exhibiting at shows and fairs internationally, Sue welcomes visitors to her stand at any of these events. Please feel free to contact her directly. Sue specialises in Mughal and antique Gold Indian jewellery and antique gold articles from China and South East India. Sue trained at The Michaelis School of Fine Art, Cape Town, The Inchbald School of Fine Art London and at the Percival David Foundation, SOAS, London University. She started the business in 1979 and has sold to many major institutions and private collections around the world
Susannah Lovis, 50 Burlington Arcade, London, W1J 0QH, United Kingdom
The Susannah Lovis brand was established in 1996 by Susannah herself, and is today recognized as one of Mayfair’s most respected and knowledgeable jewellers. Boasting a collection of immensely unique and spectacular pieces, Susannah has something on display to suit all tastes and beckons to many a jewellery enthusiast. Situated in the heart of the historical Burlington Arcade, Susannah and her team offer an unparalleled service in sales, repair and valuation which ensures you get the very best out of your jewellery for years to come. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff will assist and advise on the selection and purchase of jewellery that you will cherish and enjoy; passing down to future generations. The team will also advise in the care and maintenance of said item to ensure its longevity. From rare, handcrafted gold cufflinks to an Art Deco platinum and diamond tiara – the range of unique and exceptionally beautiful jewellery at Susannah Lovis Jewellers is truly eclectic. The trends and styles of time periods throughout history are reflected in the design and craftsmanship of all the jewels in our collection.
5 Royal Parade, Harrogate, United Kingdom, HG1 2SZ
6 Montpellier Street, Harrogate, North Yorkshire, HG1 2TQ
Sutcliffe Galleries is a long established family art business, dealing in fine paintings from the 18th, 19th & 20th centuries, and advising on all aspects of collecting paintings, framing, conservation, hanging, lighting and insurance. In 1947 George Sutcliffe began to specialize in 19th-century paintings and bought his first gallery in Bradford – a prosperous city at that time, with a rich Victorian history. In 1971 the gallery relocated to Harrogate, with George’s son, Gary, as partner and principal buyer. It became established as one of the few provincial concerns of international repute to specialize in the field of 19th century British and Continental paintings. Following George’s death in 1975, Gary carried out sole responsibility for the establishment and its future and was joined in 1976, by his wife, Helen. Coming herself from a long-established family antique business in Harrogate, Helen had the experience to take over the running of the Harrogate gallery, leaving Gary free to travel extensively, at home and abroad, concentrating his knowledge on the sourcing of paintings. The gallery relocated again in 1990 to its present elegant premises in Royal Parade and continues, with an enviable reputation, whether advising on a single purchase or in forming an entire collection. The gallery have been members of the British Antique Dealers’ Association since 1978, and Helen Sutcliffe was its Vice-Chairman between 2006 and 2007 and Northern Regional Representative between 1996 and 2012. Located in the heart of Harrogate’s exclusive Montpellier Quarter, the Sutcliffe Contemporary Gallery was launched in 2005 to compliment the long-established family art gallery in the town. Run by the founder’s grand-daughter, Antonia Sutcliffe, and managed by Lizzy Wood, an accomplished ceramic artist, the gallery prides itself on exhibiting an eclectic mix of original contemporary art from a selection of outstanding British and European artists, but with an emphasis on northern works. Displayed in a light and airy showroom, paintings are accompanied with a beautiful collection of hand-made jewellery, ceramics, bronzes and signed limited edition prints. The wide range of pieces on show offers a unique opportunity to satisfy all tastes. Throughout the year solo and group exhibitions are held giving clients a unique opportunity to meet the artists and enjoy a pleasant evening in a relaxed and informal gallery. The new on-line gallery offers clients the ability to view recent acquisitions in the comfort of their own home and select artwork for delivery with assurance of the quality of their individual piece.
Suite 400 Ceramic House, 571 Finchley Road, London, NW3 7BN, England
The company was established in the 1980's by Sylvia and her passion for this art form, as well as a belief that every item sold should be guaranteed perfect ensured that she soon built a loyal, worldwide client base. To date, the company has built private collections, corporate collections, sold to many museums worldwide and has clients from the UK, USA, Australia, Japan, South Africa and Europe as well as forming solid connections with interior designers both for private and corporate work. Sylvia acquires and sells the best and rarest examples of specialist manufacturers of art pottery, will source items for you and every piece is sold with a personal guarantee of authenticity.
PO Box 9, Cromer, Norfolk, NR27 0HE
In 1992 I set up my own business dealing in pre-1930's jewellery, fine silver and object d'art.
T.B. & R. Jordan
Aslak, Eaglescliffe, Cleveland
We’re Tom and Rosamund Jordan and we have been dealing in Fine Art for over forty years. Our special interest has always been the work of Impressionist artists painting in the North of England around a hundred years ago. The Staithes Group, who worked in and around the picturesque fishing village, have always been special favourites. Many of them trained in Paris and/or Antwerp at the height of the Impressionist movement and their work is now in private and public collections world wide. A more recent interest is the work of mining artists, especially that of the late Durham miner, Tom McGuinness. We search for the best examples and sell at prices that make it possible for clients to hang museum quality examples on their walls.
By appointment, London
Following our successful careers as photojournalists we founded Tadema Gallery in Islington's famed Camden Passage in 1978. We first specialised in 20th Century Abstract Art and the Decorative Arts of the 19th and 20th Centuries. A few years later in 1982 we discovered a passion for artist designed jewellery and made this our field of specialisation. Our eclectic choice of jewels spans the period from about 1860 till 1960, including a selection of significant designers from the Art Nouveau, Arts & Crafts, Jugendstil and Art Deco movements in Europe. Our clients include international museums, private collectors from all over the world and we strive to please and inspire those who simply enjoy the beauty and fun of wearing jewellery. For over three decades we exhibited widely in Art and Antique Fairs in London, New York and Tokyo and in recent years preferred the more personal touch and welcomed the many loyal visitors in our Gallery. Sadly in 2017 David Newell-Smith was taken ill and died. As a tribute to my husband I intend to continue to celebrate our mutual photographic endeavours and as had originally been intended pursue Tadema Gallery Online.
Tanya Baxter Contemporary
436 King's Rd, London, United Kingdom, SW10
Tanya Baxter Contemporary have a global reputation for exhibiting some of the most exciting contemporary works of Chinese, Indian and post war Contemporary art. From Ju Ming to M.F. Husain, and Warhol, we exhibit auction record artists. More recently our focus has been on the Modern British artists.
Streamhill House, Ballymacar, New Ross, Co. Wexford, Republic of Ireland, NULL
We specialize in 18th to early 20th cent. Irish and English Antique Desks & Writing Furniture. Visitors are welcome to our new purpose built showroom in the landscaped gardens of a rural and historic Irish country farmhouse. We have no set opening days or hours and always try to very flexible. However we do require an agreed prior telephone appointment. We pack & ship worldwide.
Romford Road, Astonfields Industrial Estate, Stafford, Staffordshire ST16 3DZ
Art Deco, Art Nouveau, decorative items, desks, 18th- to early 20th-century furniture, Continental and painted furniture. Shipping goods and containers.
c/o BADA, London
Specialising in idiosyncratic works of art; aesthetic and academic sculpture; paintings and drawings from an extensive range of cultures and periods.
Tei Co. Ltd
Imperial Hotel Plaza 3F, 1-1-1 Uchisaiwaicho, Chiyoda-Ku, Tokyo, 1000011, Japan
19th century jewellery and glass.
18 Thackeray Street,, London, W8 5ET, England/United Kingdom
Working exclusively with living British Artists, Thackeray Gallery has been trading successfully for over 48 years. Based in Kensington’s Thackeray Street, we have built an international reputation for excellence, quality, originality and uniqueness. Our Artists are very individual, highly talented and sourced from renowned Art Schools across the UK. Stylistically, the majority of our artists fall within the genres of semi-abstract, expressionist and contemporary. We have a strong eye for land and seascapes, as well as interiors and still lifes. Most importantly, each of our artists has their own signature style, making them stand apart from the masses. Our Clients are very individual too, many of whom have been collecting with us since 1968 and then passing the ‘bug’ on to the next generation. The majority of our business is ‘word of mouth’, ‘passing trade’ and continued loyalty from our long-standing clients. Where we are based, next to the delightful Kensington Square, is a local hidden gem of eclectic, one off shops and restaurants. We have been in this location since the Gallery began in 1968 – a stunning space with a warm feel – and have become a local destination over the years. Thackeray Gallery has been a Member of The Society of London Art Dealers since 1994. Artists Gordon BRYCE RSA RSW Judy BUXTON Judith CAIN Joanna CARRINGTON (1931 – 2003) Joe FAN RSA Brian FOJCIK Ralph FREEMAN Vanessa GARDINER Anthony GARRATT Iwan GWYN PARRY RCA Delphine HOGARTH Claerwen HOLLAND Michael HONNOR David KLEIN MRBS Caroline McADAM CLARK RWS Fiona McALPINE Christine McARTHUR RSA Jennifer McRAE RSA Eleri MILLS RCA Alberto MORROCCO OBE RSA RSW (1917 – 1998) Carey MORTIMER Lewis NOBLE Ann ORAM RSW Gareth PARRY RCA Phil ROGERS RCA Kate SCHURICHT Matthew SNOWDEN Ethel WALKER Sir Kyffin WILLIAMS OBE RA (1918 – 2006) Vivienne WILLIAMS
Thakeham Furniture Ltd
Golden Square, Petworth, West Sussex GU28 0AP, United Kingdom
Family business, established in 1987 by Tim and Belinda Chavasse. We have large showrooms covering several rooms over two floors, close to the car park in Petworth. We stock a comprehensive range of mostly English antique furniture from the 18th and 19th centuries. We have both mahogany and oak and country furniture, and also an eclectic mix of rosewood, walnut and yew wood pieces. One of our specialties is upholstered furniture – armchairs and sofas are fully re-upholstered in top quality fabrics, traditional, but with a modern twist! We are open six days a week. We are all pleased to welcome you and happy for you to look round our workshops, which we have on the premises. All pieces are thoroughly checked over, cleaned and waxed before coming into the showroom. Our emphasis is on originality; most of our stock is 'useful' furniture of clean, simple design with good patination and colour. We have our own wax polishing method that that preserves the pieces in top condition, and are also keen to keep our pricing competitive.
The Antique Jewellery Company
First Floor, 49 Maddox Street, London W1S 2PQ, United Kingdom
We are a family run company based in London with more than 40 years experience in the antique jewellery trade. Founded in 2008 we provide our customers worldwide with unrivalled access to a high-quality and extensive collection of antique, vintage and estate jewellery, carefully sourced here in London. Our aim is to celebrate the best of antique jewellery, challenge preconceptions and reach out to new audiences who might not have considered buying antique before. We do not deal in reproductions or imitations - you can be assured of the quality and authenticity of all of our items. From Georgian, Victorian, Edwardian and Art Deco through to the retro fashions of the 1940s and 1950s we carefully select only the finest examples of antique jewellery. We hope you enjoy discovering our pieces as much as we do!
The Canon Gallery
Nr Oundle East Northamptonshire
The Canon Gallery specialises in 18th, 19th and 20th century British and European oils and watercolours. Originally established in 1985 in Chichester, the business moved to Petworth, West Sussex but is now based near Oundle, Northamptonshire. The Canon Gallery also exhibits at major UK art and antique fairs including BADA and the Petworth Fine Art & Antiques Fair. The gallery is run by Jeremy Green who has more than 30 years’ experience in the art and antiques market. Jeremy also serves on the vetting committees of a number of major art fairs. Services from The Canon Gallery The Canon Gallery stocks over 250 oil paintings and watercolours with a price range from £50 to £100,000. The art works for sale comprise a rich collection of many styles and genres. These include Victorian, Barbizon, Impressionism, Post-Impressionism, Newlyn School, modern British, contemporary, marine, still life and animal paintings. Jeremy Green also offers a number of services including: Valuations for insurance and probate Advice on buying at auction or for an investment Picture framing and restoration.
The Clock Clinic Ltd
85 Lower Richmond Road, Putney, London, SW15 1EU
The Clock Clinic is based in Putney, southwest London, and, as its name suggests, offers a comprehensive restoration service, as well as a carefully chosen selection of clocks for sale. Run by Rob and Jane Pedler, the business began in 1971 and has been at its current premises in Putney for over 30 years. The Clock Clinic stocks bracket, mantel, carriage, longcase and wall clocks of the 18th and 19th centuries. Their particular specialisations are English longcase and bracket clocks and they hold examples by Dwerrihouse, Carter & Son of Berkley Square and Blundell of London. All clocks offered for sale are serviced by the small team of experts who work at the Clock Clinic workshop on the same site. Once sold, the team are happy to set up a clock in a client’s home and offer a comprehensive care package. They also undertake maintenance and restoration work on clients’ own clocks, watches and barometers and where possible use traditional restoration techniques. They are accredited by the British Horological Institute and are members of the British Watch and Clockmakers Guild. Rob Pedler is also a Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Clockmakers. The Clock Clinic Ltd is a regular exhibitor at the Olympia Fine Art & Antiques Fair held each November and have also exhibited at the BADA Fair.
The Clock Workshop
17 Prospect Street, Caversham, Reading RG4 8JB, United Kingdom
English Bracket, Longcase and wall clocks. Continental wall clocks. French mantel and Carriage Clocks. We provide a comprehensive restoration service in our own workshops.
The Daggett Gallery
225 Kensington Church Street, London W87 LX, W8 7LX
Specialising in 19th- and early 20th-century oil paintings including British, Continental, topographical and marine, portraits, picture frames, medallions and medals, militaria, and watches. Bids at auction. Framing.
The Dorking Desk Shop
Specialising in desks, 18th- to early 20th-century furniture, pine, period oak, and Country furniture, 19th-century oil paintings, prints and etchings, barometers, boxes, caskets, desk and writing accessories and maps. Upholstery service.
Surrey, United Kingdom, NULL
For over thirty years Jeffrey Seymour Cohen has been a noted collector and dealer in Modern British Art and member of LAPADA and CINOA. Whether a new or established collector we hope you will find something here that captures your imagination. To new collectors we would offer the advice that buying artwork as pure investment will usually lead to disappointment. Buy paintings that excite your senses that you want to live with, those are the real investments.
The Hunt Gallery
33 Strand Street, Sandwich, United Kingdom, CT13 9DS
Original paintings of traditional interiors by Michael John Hunt.
The Japanese Print Shop
The Japanese Print Shop, 38 High Petergate, York, YP1 7HW
Japanese Wood Block Prints
The John Davies Gallery
The Old Dairy Plant Fosseway Business Park Stratford Road Moreton-in-Marsh GL56 9NQ, United Kingdom
The John Davies Gallery has existed for over 30 years. It sells fine post-Impressionist, Modern & Contemporary art and has held nationally acclaimed exhibitions. The gallery provides a range of services for art collectors and helps its clients build significant collections. In 2007 the firm expanded into purpose-developed premises on the outskirts of Moreton-in-Marsh. This 3000 sq ft exhibiting space is housed in an old United Dairies milk-pasteurisation plant. It creates a unique art gallery experience for the Cotswolds with a real London feel. The complex has extensive on-site parking and direct access to Moreton-in-Marsh train station, on the main London Paddington line.
THE LINDA BLACKSTONE GALLERY
23 Oaklands Road Totteridge London N20 8AX, United Kingdom
Celebrating its 30th Anniversary in 2015, The Linda Blackstone Gallery deals in Contemporary British paintings, sculpture, glass and ceramics. From their purpose built venue in North London they welcome all those wishing to use their specialist framing and restoration service. Here you can view, BY APPOINTMENT, regular artists' work currently in the studio ready for the many Art Fairs they attend during the year.
The McEwan Gallery
Royal Deeside, Ballater, Aberdeenshire AB35 5UB Scotland
The McEwan Gallery, a family business, specialising in quaility paintings of the last three centuries, was founded over forty years ago. Although dealing primarily in works by Scottish artists, including contemporary examples, the Gallery also carries a small selection of English & Dutch works. Peter wrote the definitive Dictionary of Scottish Art & Architecture, available from the Gallery. Valuations for insurance and probate are undertaken as well as providing a restoration service.
The Old Treasury
Dealers based in the Netherlands specialising in silver and jewellery. The company that last year celebrated their 20th anniversary, is specialized in English and Danish silver from the 18th century to the Design Period of the 1950s. We have beautiful bowls, candlesticks, coffee- and tea sets etcetera in our collection, but we also have a great selection of collectibles, for example: rattles, miniatures and small boxes. The old Treasury is known for her collection of English and Danish silver from the Art Deco and Arts & Crafts period and silver from the Danish silversmith Georg Jensen. We also have a beautiful collection antique jewelry from the 19th century. We offer an extensive collection gold and silver jewelry, varying from silver Art Nouveau jewelry, to signed pieces from well-known jewelry houses as Cartier and Van Cleef & Arpels.
The Pruskin Gallery
73 Kensington Church Street, London, W8 4BG
The Pruskin Gallery, owned by Michael and Julia Pruskin, is a Decorative Arts gallery specialising in period antiques and artwork from 1880-1970. Stock includes furniture, lighting, mirrors, ceramics, sculpture and paintings, as well as small objects and accessories.
Thomas Fine Art
West Sussex,, United Kingdom
Thomas Fine Art is an English Art Gallery who buy and sell British and European paintings from the 17th – 21st century. We are based in West Sussex and offer our expertise to private and corporate clients wishing to acquire or to sell works of art, or build an art collection. We have worked for many years with leading Architects, Interior Designers and Decorators and sourced paintings to enhance their projects around the World. Our collection of paintings represents all periods, importance and subject matter, to offer clients a wonderful selection to choose from. Please visit our website www.thomasfineart.net where you will find Old Masters and Contemporary paintings, the unusual and grand scale canvases, and a variety our most popular paintings and artists which makes our gallery special.
Jewellery, watches and objects of vertu from the 18th to the 21st centuries.
Thomas Heneage & Co. Ltd
London SW1Y 6DJ, United Kingdom
Thomas Heneage Art Books was founded in 1977. The business focuses on selling art books. We specialize in books for the art market, our core business being in catalogues raisonnés, monographs and international exhibition catalogues. It is our policy to stock the most authoritative book on any subject and in any language, irrespective of its being new or second hand. We purchase entire libraries internationally from collectors, curators, and dealers. Recent acquisitions include those of Ralph Esmerian and Philip Conisbee, part of the library of Rosenberg & Stiebel, Inc., and books from the libraries of Sidney Nolan, Benedict Nicolson, John House, Jim Draper, and Noortman Master Paintings. We also build and maintain bespoke libraries, tailored to our clients’ interests, and offer wedding list and gift mailing services.
Thomas Pantin Ltd
16 Hanover Square, Mayfair, London, W1S 1HT
Originally formed in 1788 in London by the director’s fourth great grandfather Thomas Pantin, the company now deals in 18th and 19th century clocks with specialist knowledge of 18th century Chinese market clocks. Matthew regularly travels between London and Beijing selling, auctioning and delivering talks, and has established good connections with the major Chinese auction houses, a number of universities and the Hall of Clocks in the Palace Museum. We hold a stock of fine 18th and 19th century French clocks for our Chinese clients in both London and Beijing.
Tim Bowen Antiques
Gallery, Ivy House, Ferryside, Carmarthenshire, SA17 5SS
Tim Bowen Antiques specialise in Welsh and British country furniture, folk art, treen & country pottery. The gallery is situated in the estuary village of Ferryside, which is at the mouth of the river Towy, just south of Carmarthen. We sell directly from our website, catalogue or via our gallery. Gallery open Friday & Saturday 10am – 5pm or by appointment. We produce regular catalogues which we send by post or email. Tim and Betsan Bowen have run Tim Bowen Antiques since 2003 and also live in Ferryside, not far from their gallery, with their three children, two dogs, currently one cat and four hens. They have a passion for country furniture, folk art and everything they sell. Tim's fascination with Welsh country furniture began when he first saw a Welsh stick chair sold in the auction room where he worked. He had found his calling and, following a few years working at the auction house, he worked for Country Antiques Kidwelly, where he became gallery manager. Here he happily learnt his trade for many years until one day, Betsan walked in and bought a chair. Tim's sales technique obviously worked, because Betsan accumulated a collection of Welsh oak over the next few years, and after a two year courtship, they were married. The gallery, of approximately 1500 sq ft over two floors, provides an opportunity of viewing beautiful country furniture and objects in peaceful surroundings overlooking the estuary to Llanstephan and Laugharne.
PO Box 78, Bognor Regis, West Sussex, PO22 6HT
Tim Saltwell has been trading in English and Continental antique furniture for over 25 years, and is a member of LAPADA, The Association Of Art & Antiques Dealers. Exhibiting solely at quality antiques fairs, including Olympia and the NEC Antiques for Everyone , where he has been a furniture vetter for over ten years. Specializing in the 19th century, from Regency to Edwardian, with a strong emphasis on quality items at a competitive price. There is always a good selection of display cabinets and vitrines, along with a range of decorative items.
TIMEWISE Vintage Watches
101-103 Portobello Road, London W11 2QB, United Kingdom
Timewise specialises in vintage watches from high end manufactures including Rolex, Patek Philippe and Vacheron Constantin. Also always stocking collectable military timepieces, with particular emphasis on British and German watches.
Timothy Millett Ltd.
PO Box 20851, London, SE22 0YM
Timothy Millett has thirty five years experience as a dealer, specialising in historical medals and historical works of art. He exhibits regularly at many of the major London antique fairs including The LAPADA Art & Antiques Fair, Berkeley Square. He also attends many of the numismatic trade events throughout the year.
Tobias Birch Ltd
PO Box 306,, Evesham,, Worcestershire,, WR11 9EG
Tobias Birch has spent his entire career working with clocks. In 1990, at the age of nineteen, he was the youngest student ever to have been awarded a Distinction in the Conservation and Restoration of Antique Clocks from the world renown West Dean College. Shortly after he graduated the well known collector Samuel Messer asked Tobias to care for his clocks including the famous Barnard Tompion along with five others by Thomas Tompion. Tobias has had the privilege of restoring some of the world's finest clocks and is a Freeman of the Worshipful Company of Clockmakers. His passion and enthusiasm for clocks is infectious and he still undertakes important restoration jobs himself. Tobias is currently serving on the BADA Antiques & Fine Art Fairs Clocks vetting committee as well as being an assessor on the antique clock restoration course at West Dean College. We specialise in English clocks from the 17th century through to the 19th century. The clocks we offer for sale have been chosen for their authenticity and quality. Our stock has included clocks by the great makers, Edward Dent, William Dutton, Edward East, John Ellicott, Charles Frodsham, George Graham, Thomas Tompion, Vulliamy, Thomas Mudge, and Joseph Windmills, as well as fine and interesting clocks by less well known makers. If you choose to buy clocks from outside our own stock, we will act on your behalf, whether you are a private collector, interior designer, museum or institution. We can advise on every aspect of sourcing, buying, selling and maintaining fine antique clocks.
Tony Bingham started dealing in old musical instruments in the mid-1960s, based at his home in Willoughby Road. For three years in the late 1960s he had a shop on the Kings Road in Chelsea, in 1971 he opened a shop on Poland Street in Soho, where he remained until 1976 when he moved to Pond Street in Hampstead. After 39 years he has closed the shop and retired, the business continues with Irene Bingham (wife of Tony) as Proprietor, again in Willoughby Road in Hampstead. As the premises are not a shop, but a private house, we will only be able to see people by appointment, if you want to view anything specific, please let us know a few days in advance as much of the stock is in storage a few miles away. As well as old musical instruments we stock related material such as books, music, paintings & photographs of musical interest. Hire service.
Toulouse Antique Gallery
4210 The Strand, Manhattan Beach, California, CA 90266, USA
19th century decorative arts and paintings.
50 Maddox Street, London, W1S 1AY, England
20 High Street, Broadway, WR12 7DT, United Kingdom
24 East 64th Street, New York, 10065, United States
Trinity House is an international art dealership specialising in Impressionist, Post-Impressionist, Modern British and 19th century works. It has built up a strong reputation both for the quality of the paintings, drawings and sculpture that it exhibits and for the expertise that it can offer to clients. Starting with a gallery in the picturesque Cotswolds village of Broadway, Trinity House also has premises in an elegant Regency building at 50 Maddox Street, Mayfair in the heart of London's globally important art market district. As part of its plans to become more accessible to clients around the world the company has opened a gallery at 24 East 64th Street in New York. It also exhibits at major international art fairs in Europe and the United States. Trinity House acts on behalf of private collectors, interior designers and museums, advising on every aspect of sourcing, buying, selling and maintaining fine art. It was established as a response to a changing art market, recognizing that clients want not only to be offered fine paintings and works on paper but also to receive expert, straight-forward advice on buying art and building a collection; therefore aiming to make the market approachable and acting as guides throughout the international art world. Artists: Lucien Adrion Edmund Blampied Eugène Boudin Charles Camoin Marc Chagall Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot Edouard Cortès Montague Dawson Hilaire-Germain-Edgar Degas John Steven Dews Raoul Dufy Mary Fedden William Russell Flint John Atkinson Grimshaw Louis Grimshaw Sir Herbert James Gunn Keith Haring Harold Harvey Paul César Helleu Erik Ludwig Henningsen Damien Hirst David Hockney Cecil Kennedy Dame Laura Knight Gaston La Touche Eugène Galien Laloue Achille Laugé Marie Laurencin Henri Lebasque Henri Eugène Augustin Le Sidaner Augustin Léon L'hermitte Luigi Loir Gustave Loiseau Laurence Stephen Lowry Maximillien Luce Henri Martin Mauxime Maufra Amedeo Modigliani Claude Monet Sir Alfred Munnings Carlos Nadal Lucien Neuquelman Pierre-Auguste Renoir John Singer Sargent Dorothea Sharp Alfred Sisley Charles Spencelayh George Stubbs Kees van Dongen Sir John Kyffin Williams Louis Valtat
Tutto dal Mondo
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
We are a trusted online antiques dealer specializing in commemorative collectibles, antique and estate jewelry, art deco china, vintage designer handbags and accessories, Victorian jewelry, antique English silver, silverware, bakelite jewelry, art deco jewelry, Shelley china, chintz china, Quimper pottery, Clarice Cliff china, English china, art deco china, Torquay pottery, Homemaker china, crested china, tortoise shell jewelry, jet jewelry, metalware, English commemoratives, trump markers and other collectibles. We have a tradition of offering beautiful pieces at exceptional prices. Our online shop is easy to navigate and includes rare items that will appeal to collectors everywhere. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions about our collections.
UK Heritage, Grove Barn, Wormelow, Herefordshire, HR2 8EG, United Kingdom
UK Heritage is run by Ben Couchman. Ben studied Building Surveying at University, before establishing the business in 2006. Ben focuses on decorative and functional architectural pieces, picking only the best pieces from private sources, dealers and everywhere in between. Searching throughout the UK and into Europe, Ben handpicks each and every item, selecting interesting pieces from the hundreds that he views each week. Our impressive site in rural Herefordshire currently holds over 2,500 items. Arranged around a courtyard, our site includes an 18th Century barn as well as three large modern warehouses. We have dedicated showrooms displaying much of our extensive collection of unique and ever-changing architectural pieces. We supply interior designers, architects, retailers and private clients across the world. Previous customers have included Cambridge and Oxford Universities, Claridge’s and Warner brothers. In everything we do, we are mindful of our environmental and ethical responsibilities. We do not sell any items containing ivory, tortoise shell or asbestos. Ben is UK Heritage’s founder and company owner; Ben has a vast amount of knowledge in the architectural field and has a great eye for beautiful historic and interesting pieces for our customers. Ben collects our items from all over England and Europe. Abi is UK Heritage’s office Manager. Feel free to give us a call and Abi will be happy to help you! You may hear a bark or two from furry friend, Jasper the Spaniel. Gerald is UK Heritage’s skilled restorer. You’ll find Gerald in the workshop, mending and fixing historic items that need a lick of paint or a little extra love.
27 Witham Road, Woodhall Spa, United Kingdom, LN10 6RW
17th-century, Georgian and 19th-century furniture, Country furniture, porcelain and pottery, metalwork.
Vagabond Antiques, Lower Street, Fittleworth, RH20 1EJ
From an early age Joe was surrounded by his mother’s love for all things Antique and after spending the last 12 years in London pursuing a career with various premium menswear brands, Joe rekindled a deep rooted passion for antiques and interiors. Joe started Vagabond in the old function rooms at his local pub The Murrell Arms.. A year on and Vagabond is able to take on its first shop in the Village of Fittleworth. We Exhibit our newest stock at the Battersea Decorative Fair, 3 Times a year on stand number A32. Please get in touch for a complimentary ticket.
Van Den Bosch
Unit 123, Grays Antique Market, 58 Davies Street, London W1K 5LP, United Kingdom
Carole and Jan Van Den Boschare specialists in late 19th & early 20th century, Artist designed, silver and jewellery from the Arts & Crafts, Art Nouveau, Jugendstil, & Skonvirke movements.
123/124 New Bond Street, London, United Kingdom, W1S 1DY
Established in 1956 Verdini Antiques specialises in Fine Furniture, Micro-mosaics and 17th, 18th and 19th Century Fine Art. In 2016 Verdini Antiques opened a new gallery in New Bond Street, the vibrant heart of art trade in London.
Victoria Fine Art
Long Spring Porters Wood St Albans AL3 6NQ, United Kingdom
Victoria Fine Art was established in 1965 by its proprietor David Roberts and is now one of the most established, long-standing galleries in England. To this day it remains an independent family owned business specialising in 19th and 20th Century oils. It has maintained a strong identity and continues to build, and value, trusted relationships with its clients. Over nearly fifty years, Victoria Fine Art has served many collectors. Together David Roberts, along with his son Jonathan, have helped to form many collections for clients all over the world. Clients range from Princes, Sheikhs, internationally renowned celebrities to interior designers and private collectors but they all have the same consideration - the love of art. We advise on every aspect of sourcing, buying, selling and maintaining fine art. Victoria Fine Art aim to help you make the right choice, provide the scholarly background to each painting, and advise on framing, hanging, insurance and all other aspects of collecting.
Uden, The Netherlands
Van Kranendonk Duffels has been specialized in the finest European and American antique jewellery for over forty years. Aimée and Fleur, together with their father Jan van Kranendonk Duffels, select each piece of their collection with a passion for exceptional quality, craftsmanship, and authenticity. The collection embraces a unique array of fine and rare pieces of jewellery from the world’s greatest designers dating from the late 19th and first half of the 20th century. Designers like Van Cleef & Arpels, Cartier, Boucheron, Tiffany, Raymond Yard and Oscar Heyman are only a few of the many jewellery houses to be found in the collection of van Kranendonk Duffels. Van Kranendonk Duffels participate in national and international fine art and antiques fairs but also receive by appointment.
W.B. & R.P. Griffiths
Victoria Mill, Victoria Street, Burscough, Lancashire L40 0SN, United Kingdom
Specialising in 19th-century furniture.
W.J. Gravener Antiques Ltd
26 Main Road, Sundridge, Kent TN14 6EP, United Kingdom, TN14 6EF
We are a Father and Son team of Bill and Mark. We have worked together for more than 30 years and between us have amassed more than 80 years experience. We have built a reputation for dealing in quality English and Continental furniture. A (very) brief history. Starting in Harrington Road, London in the early 60's, Bill dealt almost exclusively with the trade. A move to Sussex in the 70's, Mark joining the family business in 1981 and then a move to Kent in the 90's. What we do now. Now focusing more heavily on online business we sell to Domestic, International, Trade and Private clients and offer a comprehensive restoration service.
W.R. Harvey & Co. (Antiques) Ltd
86 Corn Street, Witney, United Kingdom, OX28 6BU
W.R. Harvey & Co. (Antiques) Ltd specialise in fine English furniture dating from the reigns of Charles II through to George IV. Visit our showrooms in Witney, Oxfordshire, and you will find authentically decorated rooms displaying our stock of English antiques to their very best advantage. Indeed, our showrooms are so convincing that you would not be surprised to see Mr D'Arcy standing by our fire or Tristram Shandy stepping in through the door. An outstanding range of stock, backed up by our unsurpassed knowledge of English antique furniture between 1680 — 1830 makes a visit to W.R. Harvey & Co. a necessity for every serious collector. Frequent visitors to our website will know how regularly we update this site but even we have been surprised at the number of outstanding pieces which have come our way just recently. These include the most superb selection of early Walnut items including a Burr Walnut Escritoire as well as sets of Walnut Chairs and Tables. The success of our annual themed exhibitions has been immense with friends and clients coming from far and near to see the pieces and admire the settings. There are still copies of comprehensively illustrated catalogues available should you have missed these exhibitions. Some of the catalogues from our annual exhibitions are still available on request and over the past 30 years these have become collectors' items. After over half a century in the business of antique dealing, we have acquired a splendid collection of quality items ranging from cabinets to clocks to beautiful works of art. Within our showrooms you will find excellently preserved pieces dating from the reigns of Charles II, James II, William and Mary, Queen Anne, and George I, II, III and IV. Our stock includes items designed by William Kent, Daniel Marot, Thomas Chippendale, Robert Adam, Thomas Sheraton, George Hepplewhite and Thomas Hope, and produced by such craftsmen as Gillows of Lancaster, Speer, Trotter, Morgan and Saunders, Bullock and Vile and Cobb.
Wakelin & Linfield
PO Box 48, Billingshurst, West Sussex, RH14 0YZ
Mike Wakelin & Helen Linfield are West Sussex based antiques dealers specialising in town, country, decorative and painted antique furniture and effects. Mike and Helen hold dear certain things when it comes to selecting new pieces for themselves or for their clients. Authenticity, sculptural form, untouched patina and tactile appeal all feature at the top of their list of priorities. They strive to offer items which have compelling individuality as well as being visually pleasing. Their varied stock ranges from 15th-century metalware, through early 18th-century walnut, English and Continental vernacular country furniture to 20th-century decorative works of art. Their aim is to source the best examples in each category and this can be seen in the consistent nature of their stock, whether it be selected for collectors or for its function in the home. Their extensive knowledge and expertise is clearly reflected in the carefully selected pieces, whether they be fine formal or oak and country, the unifying and underlying criteria being those of quality, authenticity, condition and colour. Helen and Mike began their respective carers in the antiques business at much the same time in 1968 but did not come together to form Wakelin and Linfield until 1984 when they opened one of the largest premises in Petworth. 10 years later their centre of operations was then re-established in two large barn galleries at their home, an old Sussex farmhouse, some five miles from Petworth and Billingshurst. They both serve as specialist vetters at many UK fairs including two Olympias (Helen is Vice Chairman of vetting at the winter Olympia fair), the LAPADA Fair of which Helen is Chairman, as well as the three Decorative Antiques Fairs of which she is also head of vetting. Mike is Chairman of the metal and oak vetting committee at the BADA Fair. Helen also serves on the Advisory Board of the Winter Olympia Fair. Helen has been on several BBC radio programmes over the years and has taken part in the BBC TV antiques programme “Going for a Song”. Situated just four miles from the popular and historic antiques town of Petworth they welcome visitors by appointment at any time. They also exhibit at the major London antiques fairs throughout the year.
Walker Galleries Ltd
13 Montpellier Parade, Harrogate, North Yorkshire HG1 2TJ, United Kingdom
Walker Galleries was established in 1972. The gallery has an extensive selection of 19th and 20th Century English and European paintings and watercolours representing probably the largest stock in the North of England. Particular specialisations are Parisian street scenes and paintings from the Belle Époque. All pictures are personally selected by the Directors and careful attention is paid to authenticity, condition and quality. It offers a wide range of subject matter, including landscape, marine, sporting, figurative, topographical and still-life. Walker Galleries will be pleased to advise on the sale of your own paintings, and on the acquisition of paintings for both pleasure and investment. A full-colour catalogue of current paintings is available on request.
Huddersfield HD1 2QA, United Kingdom
Specialising in jewellery, antique silver and antique watches.
Walton House Antiques
Mere BA12 6DL, United Kingdom
Walton House Antiques is the result of a dynamic collaboration between a number of established Antique Dealers, each with a wealth of experience in their respective fields. Our emphasis is on fine quality antique furniture at prices that are both realistic and affordable. We also sell Fine Art, Silver, Porcelain, Militaria and Glass and are in the process of developing an integral Contemporary Gallery which will show both art and craft works of the highest quality. In addition to this, we are pleased to offer an interior design service, where our experienced resident interior design company are able to work with the customer on projects large or small, on all aspects of the design process, either in a consultative role or as contractors. .
Established in 1984, Warwick Antiques has supplied the trade with a wide range of jewellery. We are open to both new and established customers in our London, Bond Street offices, by appointment only. Please contact Diane to arrange a time and date to meet. We look forward to welcoming you.
Vault 31-32, The London Silver Vaults, 53-64 Chancery Lane, London WC2A 1QS, United Kingdom
Antique Sterling Silver. Our shop is situated in the heart of the world famous Camden Passage Antiques Village in central London. Our collection of English and Continental silver includes rare items from the Queen Anne period and earlier. We also offer an extensive stock of Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian silverware as well as Art Deco and contemporary styles. In addition we stock a good selection of barwares
Wayne Long Interiors
MAC House, Fairy Lane, Sale, Manchester, M33 2JE
Based in large premises in the Northwest of England, at Manchester Antiques we have over 25 years experience of selling fine antiques, with an emphasis on Marquetry and Inlaid furniture from Britain and Continental Europe, to trade buyers and private individuals throughout the world. We offer a range of standard and personalised Services to meet individual needs including Restoration Services, Storage Facilities and Worldwide Shipping. We pride ourselves on building lasting relationships with our clients based on the quality of our pieces and our friendly and diverse services so please contact us to arrange an appointment to visit us or to discuss your individual requirements. Our premises have free parking and are within easy access of Manchester Airport, Manchester City Centre, The Trafford Centre shopping mall, Manchester United football ground and the M6, M60, M62 and M56 motorway networks.
St Michael's Church , Leonard Street , London , EC2A 4QX, UK
Established by Geoff Westland in 1969, Westland London deals in fine and prestigious architectural and decorative antiques, displaying a vast selection of period chimneypieces, fireplace accessories, lighting, mirrors and much more within the former church of St Michael’s and All Angels in Shoreditch. We have built one of the finest and largest collections of antique chimneypieces in the world spanning from the 15th to the 20th century; the product of over forty years’ experience in the trade. We are specialists in antique fireplaces, and we have a team of restorers working to ensure that each object is preserved for centuries to come. These craftsmen use traditional techniques and antiques tools to bring pieces in our care back to life. With over 40 years’ experience, our experts are on hand to answer any questions you may have about our extensive collection. Whether you’re looking for something spectacular to finish a room or just to be inspired, Westland is certainly worth a visit.
58 Davies Street, London, United Kingdom, W1K 5LP
Oriental porcelain and pottery, works of art, decorative items
Whitford Fine Art
6 Duke Street St James's, London, SW1Y 6BN
Whitford Fine Art is one of London's leading international Art Galleries, specialising in European and British 20th Century painting and sculpture, with an emphasis on Post-War Abstraction and Pop Art. Founded in 1973 by Adrian Mibus and Louise Whitford, the gallery offers over forty years experience in art buying, selling and advising. The Gallery also offers services of valuation, curatorial advice and assistance in collection building and display. Whitford Fine Art participates in international art fairs in London, Brussels and New York and in addition to LAPADA is also a member of the Society of London Art Dealers. Over forty years, Whitford Fine Art has presented a vast exhibition programme, covering the movements of Belle Époque, Orientalism, Pre-Raphaelites, Symbolism, Vienna Secession, Expressionism, Cubism, Ecole de Paris, Modern British Art and Pop Art. Whitford Fine Art is known for its large stock and is a regular lender to museum exhibitions in the UK and abroad. The Gallery also manages the estates of Caziel, Mildred Bendall and Joseph Lacasse, and represents the artists Clive Barker, Derek Boshier and Georges Bernède. In addition, Whitford Fine Art has recently presented its selection of Contemporary Australian Aboriginal art.
Wick Antiques Ltd
Lymington SO41 9BB, United Kingdom
Wick Antiques was established by Charles Wallrock in the early 1980s. Having grown up in the Antiques world Charles developed an extensive wealth of knowledge. Starting out as a ‘man with a van’ he quickly gained a good reputation and embarked on a longstanding relationship with Harrods. He was later joined by his wife, Caroline Wallrock. Caroline having completed a Persian degree, went on to study at Christie’s fine art and then joined Sotheby’s specializing in Islamic and Japanese works of art, as well as taking the occasional auction. Together they make a formidable team with extensive knowledge and buy and sell some of the best items on the market.
Hemswell Antique Centres, Hemswell Cliff, United Kingdom, DN21
Established 1971, we deal in quality items from the 17th, 18th, 19th and early 20th century. Exhibiting and trading from Hemswell Antique Centre in Lincolnshire. My furniture is presented in original condition where possible, otherwise restored to a high standard by the professional restoration workshops I use. Any item needing polishing will have been restored with a traditional French polish. Please make contact before travelling as not all my stock is at the Antique Centre. Delivery can be arranged where necessary. Please contact me for a quote. Alternatively, items can be collected by the customer. Refunds are offered within 7 days of delivery if you are not entirely satisfied with your purchase, less the cost of delivery, and returning the item with our transport. Payment can be made via most bank cards, by cheque or bank transfer Thank you for viewing a small selection of my stock. Please contact me by telephone or E Mail for any further information.
15 Bridge Street, Hungerford RG17 0EG, United Kingdom
We are a second generation antique business that deals in fine quality furniture, objects and works of art all have been carefully selected for their colour, surface and originality. Located in the market town of Hungerford and with a world- wide clientele, William Cook exhibits at major antique fairs and exhibitions both in England and America. We also produce fully illustrated catalogues that are available upon request. Like our catalogue, we hope you find our web site informative and easy to navigate. All pieces on our web site are guaranteed as described and should you require any further information or have a specific requirement not illustrated, please do not hesitate to contact us. I look forward to hearing from you in the future.
William James Antiques
23 High Street, Coltishall, United Kingdom, NR12 7AA
Specialising in 18th and 19th century furniture and mirrors.
William Walter Antiques Ltd
The London Silver Vaults, Chancery Lane, London WC2A 1QS
William Walter founded his own antique silver company in the 1930s with a showroom in King Street, St James’s, in the West End of London. Some ten years later the showroom suffered wartime bombing and he was forced to close the business and store his valuable silver stock in the safe deposit in Chancery Lane. At the end of the war he was one of the first silver dealers to set up showrooms in the now famous London Silver Vaults, where they are still based. William’s son, Raymond, joined his father in the early fifties and is still involved in the business today. John, Raymond’s son and William’s grandson, began his connection with the company in the early eighties, so William Walter Antiques is a third generation family business. William Walter’s showrooms contain a wide selection of fine silver items, including early Georgian silver, a very extensive selection of flatware (cutlery), together with examples of the modern silversmith’s work. Items for sale range between the large - a soup tureen, many sizes of salvers, candelabra, candlesticks, wine related items, tea and coffee pots - down to the small – items such as delightful tiny silver teaspoons or wine labels.
40-41 Duke Street St James's, London SW1Y 6DF, United Kingdom
Since its foundation nearly thirty years ago, Willow Gallery has gained a proud reputation as one of the world's leading specialists in European 19th & 20th century and Post Impressionist paintings. With a location in the heart of London's Mayfair art district, the gallery is ideally placed for museums, collectors, and investors to visit and choose from our extensive stock of high-quality paintings, and we can also be found at many of the top Art and Antique shows around the world. We are also happy to advise clients about their collections, and are always looking to purchase the highest-quality paintings. Our website contains a selection of images that represents only a small proportion of our extensive stock. To view our full collection, please visit the gallery.
Stand 349, Grays Antique Centre, 58 Davies Street, London, W1K 2LP
Wimpole Antiques was established thirty years ago and specialise in wearable period jewellery from 1790 to 1970. Wimpole Antiques exhibit at major antique fairs in the UK: The LAPADA Art & Antiques Fair, the Olympia Fairs, NEC Birmingham and also in the USA at the Miami Beach Fair and Chicago International Fair. Lynn Lindsay, the proprietor, has vetted at major antique fairs for many years. Her colleague Susan is a qualified gemologist and member of The Goldsmiths Company. She joined the business five years ago and her knowledge and experience enhances their expertise Lynn and Susan are reachable at Grays and will advise and share their wide knowledge with their customers.
Windsor House Antiques Ltd
Barnwell PE8 5PJ, United Kingdom
Established in Leeds, Yorkshire, in 1957 by our chairman D Kevin Smith, Windsor House Antiques has grown from a small one-man operation into a globally recognised company. In 1999 it was decided to relocate the showrooms to London in order to attract more overseas clientele but still keeping warehousing and the core of the workshops in Leeds. In 1999 an opportunity arose to purchase a second company, Berengar Antiques, operating from significant premises in Northamptonshire. Barnwell Manor, a former royal residence, offers an ideal opportunity to present stock in a period setting and is open strictly by appointment. The company is able to offer, in its combined locations, over 30,000 square feet of stock, both restored and unrestored, to trade and private clients. We also have a Helicopter pad at Barnwell Manor. Its “in house” interior design and research division works closely with private clients as well as established design companies. Almost all restoration is carried out on site with only small and highly specialised restoration given to craftsmen outside the company. Stock items range from £100 to nearly one million pounds with the emphasis on quality and condition.
100 Corn Street, Witney, United Kingdom, OX28 6AS
Founded in 1963, Witney Antiques has a large carefully selected stock of 17th-, 18th- and early 19th-century English and Continental furniture, period longcase and bracket clocks, early English embroidery and needlework samplers. Based in the delightful Oxfordshire market town of Witney, the gallery offers an array of antique furniture ranging from Queen Anne or early Georgian walnut, early oak and fruitwood examples to increasingly sophisticated later Georgian and Regency period furniture designs in mahogany, rosewood and satinwood. The stock includes fine examples of oak dressers, cabinets, sets of chairs through to bureaux, bookcases, desks and dining tables. Chippendale, Gillows and Sheraton furniture is usually represented. A small stock of 18th- and early 19th-century Continental furniture is also always on display. All pieces are chosen for their aesthetic qualities, colour and originality. In the textile gallery English antique embroidery together with possibly the largest stock of fine needlework samplers in the United Kingdom are always on view, attracting interest for their unique historical perspective from collectors, museums and visitors worldwide. A themed exhibition of 17th- to 19th-century samplers and embroideries is held annually, accompanied by a full colour catalogue. All exhibits for sale are carefully conserved by mounting on acid free board and with ultra violet light protective glass. Witney Antiques offers a small carefully chosen selection of English longcase and bracket clocks and household barometers in mahogany, walnut and marquetry, made between 1680 and 1830. All their antique timepieces have been carefully restored, as needed, to full working order. Stephen Jarrett was a former Vice-President and Council member of the British Antique Dealers’ Association, a chairman of vetting for the BADA Fair and a director of the company that runs the fair. His daughter, Rebecca Scott, in 2009 published Samplers, which is widely regarded as a definitive work on this subject.
86 London End, Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire HP9 2JD, United Kingdom
We have been established since 1978, dealing in and restoring most antiques, but specialising in clocks and furniture. In addition to our retail showrooms we have several stock rooms where we display our un-restored items that can either be purchased 'as is' or restored to order. We have facilities for worldwide packing and shipping and send off several consignments every week. We have our own on-site workshops where we carry out specialist restoration work to clock movements, clock dials, cases and furniture cabinet work including French polishing. Additionally we have a re- upholstery service.
Bishop's Stortford CM23 1JG, United Kingdom
Founded in 2009, Xupes Ltd is a family run business specialising in antiques, fine art, luxury watches, jewellery and handbags. Located just outside London in a 17th Century barn, the antiques department offers a diverse collection of art and smalls, from Chinese porcelain and 20th Century glass, to Staffordshire pottery and Tribal artefacts.
Yola Gray Antiques
Unit 4, Organsdale Farm, Kelsall, Tarporley, Cheshire CW6 0SR
Yola Gray has been trading antiques since 1977. We have a special interest in Colonial Four Poster Beds, Fine English antique furniture and fabrics. We have a great awareness of artefacts relating to the 18th and 19th Century. There is a wide range of items in stock ranging from Four Poster Colonial Beds to small collectable pieces of china. We are also happy to advise on Interior Design. These items are all on display at our spacious warehouse near Chester. If you'd like to come and see us, do please call. We also exhibit at Antique Fairs around the country.
1-3-18 Higashiminato, Kokurakita, Kitakyushu, 803-0802, Japan
19th century English and French furniture, lighting, jewellery, porcelain, silver, crystal, Uighur carpets and stained glass.
Zarco Antiques & Art Gallery
Rua Marcos Portugal 1200-258, Lisbon, Portugal
About Us Zarco, Antiques & Art Gallery , Antique & Art dealers for over 20 years, started their activity in the Netherlands, moving the gallery to Lisbon, Portugal in the year of 1996. Holding a large selection of fine Porcelain for Chinese Market as well as Chinese Export Porcelain, specializing also in Portuguese & Dutch Colonial Art. Zarco Antiques presents simultaneously a rigorous collection of Old Master Painting. Since the year of 2000, Zarco Art Gallery shows a large collection of Portuguese & International Modern & Contemporary Painting. Zarco, Antiques & Art Gallery participates in National & International Antique & Art Fairs as well organizes individual Exhibitions. Passing the business from father to daughter, Zarco Antiques & Art Gallery is growing continuously and will be opening a second Antique & Art Gallery in the near future! Expertise & Service In addition we provide research as well as valuation services and advice in matters of conservation. We ensure every piece sold is genuine and as described. An illustrated document with details as to description, period, condition and reference to any literature is provided when relevant. We are able to deliver worldwide.