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W. M. Brady & Co., Inc.
22 East 80th Street, New York, 10021, USA
W. Mark Brady & Co., Inc. specializes in Old Master and 19th Century Drawings and Paintings.
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.
11 Cork St, W1S 3LT, Londres, Royaume-Uni
Waddington Custot Galleries Ltd
11 Cork Street,, London, W1S 3LT, England/United Kingdom
A substantial inventory is held of work by major twentieth-century artists including John Chamberlain, Dan Flavin, Henri Matisse, Fausto Melotti, Henry Moore, Ben Nicholson, Francis Picabia, Pablo Picasso, Robert Rauschenberg, Frank Stella, Antoni Tapies and John Wesley. Waddington Custot Galleries represents a number of contemporary artists from Great Britain, Europe, and North America including Peter Blake, Ian Davenport, Peter Halley, Axel Hütte, Robert Indiana, Mimmo Paladino, Bill Woodrow, and the Estates of Josef Albers, Milton Avery, Patrick Caulfield, Jean Dubuffet, Barry Flanagan and Patrick Heron. Regular solo exhibitions of gallery artists are interspersed with shows of work from the inventory. Artists include: Craigie Aitchison Josef Albers Carl Andre Milton Avery Clive Barker Peter Blake Patrick Caulfield John Chamberlain Ian Davenport Jean Dubuffet Barry Flanagan Dan Flavin Peter Halley Patrick Heron Axel Hütte Robert Indiana Jannis Kounellis Agnes Martin Henri Matisse Fausto Melotti Henry Moore Ben Nicholson Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen Mimmo Paladino Pablo Picasso Robert Rauschenberg Susan Rothenberg Lucas Samaras Haim Steinbach Frank Stella Antoni Tàpies Joe Tilson William Turnbull Fabienne Verdier Andy Warhol John Wesley Bill Woodrow Jack B. Yeats
Wakelin & Linfield
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.
Walkers Jewellers
Huddersfield HD1 2QA, United Kingdom
Specialising in jewellery, antique silver and antique watches.
21 Crosby Road, Albion, QLD, 4010, Australia
111 Portobello Road, London, W11 2DY, England
5 Commonwealth Buildings Woolwich Church Street, London , SE18 5NS , England
Walpoles is an antiques business that has been established for more than 30 years, and has developed a distinctive stock, with a strong emphasis on military and naval furniture and works of art. The extensive stock can be divided into three broad themes: "The Army" encompassing colonial furniture and works of art, folk art of the British soldier as well as campaign furniture, pictures and objects of a military theme; "The Navy" covering fine and folk art associated with the British Royal and Merchant Navy fleets as well as fine art and objects that fall under a title of "The China Trade"; and finally there is an established core of furniture, pictures and works of art typical of "The English Country House". Founded by Graham Walpole, the business first set up in Church Street, in London’s Marylebone, and by the end of the 1980s had moved to Westbourne Grove, from where they dealt until the turn of the century. They then relocated to Greenwich in 2004 and now work from a large Listed Victorian warehouse close to the river Thames between the Woolwich ferry and the Thames barrier in South East London. At this address they are open by appointment only, however, for customers’ convenience they will take any item of stock to 111 Portobello Road, London W11 2QB, for inspection.
Walter & Co
17A Bridge Street, Richmond, TAS, 7025, Australia
Walter Feilchenfeldt
Freiestrasse 116, Zürich, 8032, Switzerland
Walter Moskat - Kunst & Antiquitäten
Lauteracherstraße 32, 6922 Wolfurt
Walton House Antiques
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. .
12, rue des Saints-Pères, 75007, PARIS, France
WANNENES GIACOMO 'Wannenes Antiquariato'
Via Bigli 21, Milano, 20121, Italy
Via Garibaldi 27-29r, Genova, 16124, Italy
Ward & Company Works of Art LLC.
24 East 81st Street, 4th Floor, New York, New York, 10028, USA
Lauded throughout the world for its knowledge and connoisseurship, Ward & Company, Works of Art provides private clients an opportunity to acquire and sell exceptional Ancient and Medieval Art. As a resource for museums and collectors since 1983, Ward & Company maintains the highest professional standards while striving to offer superlative works of art at all price levels. The gallery is located on 81st Street just off Madison Avenue, close to the Metropolitan Museum of Art and welcomes visits from students, scholars, curators and collectors.
Warnock Fine Arts
2065 S. Palm Canyon Dr., Palm Springs, California, 92264, USA
Wartski Ltd
60 St. James's Street, St. James's , London SW1A 1LE
Wartski is a family-owned firm of art and antique dealers, specialising in fine jewellery, gold boxes, silver and works of art by Fabergé. The firm was founded in Bangor, North Wales in 1865 by Morris Wartski, maternal great-grandfather of the present day Chairman. By 1907 two shops had been established in the fashionable seaside resort of Llandudno. The business thrived under the patronage of King Edward VII and a colourful clientele including the Marquis of Anglesey who had a penchant for emerald-set ping-pong shirts. The two branches of the firm in Wales were augmented by a third in London, opened by Emanuel Snowman, the son-in-law of Morris Wartski, in 1911. During the 1920s Emanuel was among the first to negotiate with the government of the Soviet Union to purchase treasures that had been confiscated following the revolution of 1917. Over more than a decade he acquired many important works of art, including a gold chalice commissioned by Catherine the Great and eleven of the Imperial Easter eggs. Emanuel’s son, A. Kenneth Snowman, built upon his father’s work, adding an academic dimension to the business through his pioneering studies and exhibitions. ‘The Art of Carl Fabergé’, published in 1953, was the first book to be written on the subject. He was immortalized by Ian Fleming, a Wartski customer, in the James Bond novella ‘Property of a Lady’, which described him in Wartski’s premises, then on Regent Street. Mr Snowman wore his learning lightly and remained a hospitable figure until his sad passing in July 2002. His son Nicholas Snowman succeeded him as Chairman and continues to support the firm’s welcoming and scholarly traditions. Geoffrey Munn, the firm’s Managing Director, has written widely on the subject of jewellery. He curated the ‘Tiaras’ exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum in 2002. Geoffrey is also one of the regular experts on the Antiques Roadshow. Director Katherine Purcell has written the definitive study ‘Falize: A Dynasty of Jewellers’ Her most recent exhibition as curator was Japonisme. Director Kieran McCarthy has also been widely published and is a lecturer on the subject of Fabergé.
Warwick Antiques
London, W1
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.
Warwick Oakman Antiques
62 Sandy Bay Road, Battery Point, TAS, 7004, Australia
Waterhouse & Dodd
47 Albemarle Street, London, W1S 4JW, United Kingdom
Ray Waterhouse and Jonathan Dodd started working together as art dealers in1982 and they formed Waterhouse & Dodd five years later. After 27 years of international dealing Waterhouse & Dodd has four galleries, two in both London and New York, and an office in Paris. In London we opened our impressive new ground floor gallery on 47 Albemarle Street in Mayfair in 2013. This new space is dedicated to exhibiting and dealing in Impressionist, Modern and Contemporary art. We also have works on view at our second gallery space in London at 16 Savile Row, but this 2nd floor space is dedicated more to client advisory services. Jonathan Dodd runs the London team that comprises three experts and two experienced gallery administrators. Waterhouse & Dodd opened a gallery in New York in 2010, and have now expanded to have two galleries on the Upper East Side. The new Madison Avenue gallery between 75th and 76th Streets is on the 2nd floor, and like its London counterpart exhibits Impressionist, Modern and Contemporary art but also shows American Post-War art. We also have a private gallery for Impressionist and Modern Art at 15, East 76th Street. This is also the US base for Fine Art Brokers, our art advisory service. Ray Waterhouse has relocated to New York and runs these two galleries with the help of two specialists, a gallery manager and an assistant. Waterhouse & Dodd has mounted some major exhibitions in their galleries, from Impressionist paintings to Contemporary European, American and also Middle Eastern and Arab art, and exhibit at some of the most important art fairs in the world, including TEFAF in Maastricht. As well as publishing various exhibition catalogues each year, our newsletter The Fine Art File is now up to issue 40. During the 1990s we became more involved in offering professional advice to collectors, a service that has become one of the most respected art advisory services in the world, Fine Art Brokers. Please see our website for further information www.waterhousedodd.com
Waterhouse & Dodd / Fine Art Brokers
16 Savile Row, London, W1S 3PL, United Kingdom
Albert André Maurice Brianchon Raoul Dufy Ferdinand Du Puigaudeau Henri Lebasque Gustave Loiseau Henri Martin Pablo Picasso Pierre-Auguste Renoir Paul Signac Kees van Dongen Edouard Vuillard
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
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.
Wejman Gallery
ul. Jaracza 8, , 00-378 Warszawa, Poland
Based on the experience acquired since 2004, relevant to implementations for collectors, galleries and cultural institutions, we created a new gallery, where the most interesting phenomena of Polish art of the twentieth century are presented. Our goal is to select the most outstanding works of art and to arrange them in suitable place. We participate in all steps of the project - from the selection of the work of art, through the arrangement, to the assembly of it, focusing on an effect designated byt the customer. Furthermore, our activity in the field of art is also revolved around promotion of the sculpture, which is still underestimted element of interior decoration, both traditional and modern.
WENG FINE ART Rüdiger K. Weng
Kimplerstraße 294, Krefeld, 47807, Germany
Wenzel Kunsthandel Bamberg
Karolinenstraße 16, Bamberg, 96049, Germany