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Werner Zöchling
Freyung 1, 1010 Wien
Westbury Antiques
119 High Street, East Melbourne, VIC, 3467, Australia
Westland London
Westland London
295 Willesden Lane, London , NW2 5HY, 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 their large London showroom. 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.
Weyhe Gallery
PO Box 217, Mount Desert, Maine, 4660, USA
Wheatley Antiques
58 Davies Street, London, United Kingdom, W1K 5LP
Oriental porcelain and pottery, works of art, decorative items
Whitfield Fine Art Ltd
23 Dering Street, London, W1S !AW, England/United Kingdom
Agostino Carracci, Alessandro Tiarini, Angelo Caroselli, Annibale Carracci, Antonio Carracci, Bartolomeo Schedone, Bernardo Cavallino, Antonio De Bellis, Daniele Crespi, Francesco Albani, Francesco Brizio, Francesco Cozza, Giacomo Cavedone, Giovanni Lanfranco, Giulio Casare Procaccini, Guido Reni, Il Domenichino, Il Guercino, Jusepe de Ribera, Lionella Spada, Lorenzo Garbieri, Luca Ferrari, Luca Giordano, Ludovico Carracci, Nicolas Poussin, Ottavio Leone, Parmigianino, Pietro Faccini, Pietro Paolini, Simon Vouet, Simone Cantarini, Tommaso Salini.
Whitford Fine Art
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.
Whitley Gallery
Enniskerry, Wicklow, Ireland
Wick Antiques Ltd
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.
Wickersley Antiques
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.
Wieg Fine Art
Gerrit van der Veenstraat 139-H, Amsterdam, 1077 DX, Netherlands
Wildwood Press
City Museum Fourth Floor, 710 North 15th 403 E, St. Louis, MO, 63103, USA
William Jackson Gallery
16 Gillingham Road, London, NW2 1RT, England/United Kingdom
William Shearburn Gallery
4735 McPherson Avenue, St. Louis, Missouri, 63108, USA
William Weston Gallery Ltd.
7 Royal Arcade, ArcadeAlbemarle Street, London, W1S 4SG, United Kingdom
William Cook
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 P. Carl Fine Prints
P.O. Box 14688, Durham, NC , 27709, USA
William Vareika Fine Arts, Ltd.
William Vareika Fine Arts, Ltd.
212 Bellevue Avenue, Newport, Rhode Island, 2840, USA
One of the largest art galleries in New England, William Vareika Fine Arts, Ltd. specializes in the purchase and sale of important 18th, 19th, and early 20th century American paintings, watercolors, drawings and prints. For twenty years the gallery has enjoyed a national reputation, numbering among its clients some of the leading museums, corporations and private collectors in the United States, as well as many beginning collectors. Recently doubled in exhibition space, William Vareika Fine Arts, Ltd. includes the renowned Newport Gallery of American Art, and Newport Gallery of World Art. The gallery inventory of American art includes over 500 artworks including Colonial and Federal portraits, Hudson River School landscapes, seascapes and marines, still-lifes and works of the American Impressionists, Post-Impressionists and Realists. The gallery also handles Old Master works, 19th century European art and paintings of the French Impressionists. In November 2003, William and Alison Vareika were pleased to open The Newport Gallery of World Art. Precious art objects of beauty and virtue from all historic and contemporary periods and regions of the world, including post-World War II American art, can be found in the new gallery space. The prevailing theme is high quality, and the foremost goal is to educate, entertain, and inspire our visitors and patrons, who will find this new venture to be an interesting complement to our collections of historical American art. William Vareika Fine Arts is located in historic Newport, Rhode Island, on famous Bellevue Avenue, a few doors from the Newport Casino and the International Tennis Hall of Fame, and two blocks from the Newport Art Museum and the Redwood Library and Athenaeum. In February 2005, the neighborhood in which the gallery is located was declared an Arts District by the State of Rhode Island. Accordingly, sales of original artworks are exempt from Rhode Island Sales Tax. Prices range from around $250 to over $100,000. All major credit cards are accepted. William Vareika Fine Arts offers art appraisal services, framing and art conservation consultation, purchases art and also accepts artworks on consignment for sale. ABOUT WILLIAM VAREIKA Bill Vareika is an art gallery owner, specialist in 19th century American art, writer, lecturer, community activist, preservationist, and philanthropist. He graduated Magna Cum Laude from BC in 1974 with a degree in political science. One BC art history course and a work study job at the Boston Public Library altered Vareika’s public service career goal -- and his life. He abandoned law school plans to volunteer to direct a six-year legal battle to save a historic church in Newport, RI, which had been decorated by the important 19th century American artist John La Farge, whom he had discovered in his BC art history class. Later, because of economic circumstances, Vareika took a leave of absence from graduate studies in American Civilization at Brown University in order to begin a career as an art dealer, starting in very modest circumstances as a “picker” and later opening his Bellevue Avenue Newport gallery in 1987. For twenty years, Vareika has used his gallery to raise public awareness about a variety of charitable causes and to donate over one million dollars to support these non-profit organizations. His recent summer exhibition, “A Precious Muse: Art of the Narragansett Bay, Then and Now,” raised $200,000 for the environmental organization Save The Bay. In November2007 , Vareika will be honored as a “Partner in Philanthropy” by the Association of Fundraising Professionals. Vareika has also donated dozens of artworks to museums and other charitable organizations including the McMullen Museum of Art, Boston College, the Newport Art Museum, and the Addison Gallery at Phillips Academy, Andover. The William Vareika Fine Arts gallery has been recognized as “Best of RI” by Rhode Island Monthly Magazine and “one of the outstanding reasons to visit New England” by Yankee Magazine. Bill Vareika has served on the boards of the Newport Art Museum, the Redwood Library and Athenaeum, the Newport Music Festival, and Save The Bay. He also serves on a number of advisory committees, including the Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Center, the New Bedford Whaling Museum, the McMullen Museum of Art at Boston College; the Trinity Boston Preservation Trust, the Hope Funds for Cancer Research, and the Aquidneck Land Trust. He is a former Vice-Chairman of the RI State Council on the Arts. Bill and Alison Vareika have three children, three dogs, and live in an 1877 National Historic Register home in Newport, which they have been restoring for fifteen years.
William Walter Antiques Ltd
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.
Willow Gallery
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.
Wimpole Antiques
Wimpole Antiques
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.
Witney Antiques
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.
Woodham-Smith Ltd
Woodham-Smith Ltd
29 Hanover Gardens, London SE11 5TN, United Kingdom
An eclectic mix of design from across the centuries, focussing on quality and originality.
Woodshed Antiques
10/903 Doveton Street, Ballarat, VIC, 3350, Australia
Worboys Antiques
Worboys Antiques
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.
Works on Paper, Inc.
1611 Walnut Street, Mezzanine, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19103, USA
World House Editions
The Carriage House, 26 Wheeler Road, Middlebury, Connecticut, 6762, United States
Worthington Gallery
737 North Michigan Avenue, Ste. 1540 (Entrance on Chicago Ave.), Chicago, Illinois, 60611-2615, USA