SVERIGES KONST-OCH ANTIKHANDLARFÖRENING
AntikWest Oriental Art & Antiques
Södra vägen 41, Göteborg, 412 54, Sweden
Specialising in Chinese porcelain and other art objects from the Han dynasty to 1950. AntikWest also has a branch and showroom in the venerable JiGuGe antiques centre on the famous Liulichang antiquedealer street in Peking.
Riksvägen 35-36, Tågarp, S-268 75, Sweden
Classical upper-class objects from the 18th century until 1850. Specializing in set of chairs preferably from Stockholm.
Löfstaholm, Märsta, 195 92, Sweden
Primarily fine Swedish antiques, with special emphasis on Neo-Classicism and high-quality 20th century design. Activities also include interior furnishing assignments and building conservation consulting.
Bovallen 1, Skultuna, 726 92
Silver from the 16th century to the 20th century, cutlery from the 19th century to the present day. Copper and brass from Gusum and Skultuna factories. No open store, exhibiting at fairs.
Simbritsholms gård, Simrisdalsvägen 195-31, Klagstorp, 231 97, Sweden
Specialising in pre-1840 Swedish furniture, with special emphasis on Gustavian furniture and on Stockholm and provincial work.
Arkivgatan 1, Göteborg, 411 34, Sweden
Specialising in Swedish turn-of-the-century art, early Swedish Modernism, the Göteborg(Gothenburg) Colourists and both Swedish and foreign sculpture. The large and well-diversified sculpture collection is an important part of the business.
Hoby Kulle Herrgård, Bräkne-Hoby, 370 10, Sweden
Upper-class objets from the 18th century, mainly Gustavian but also including Baroque, Rococo, Empire and vernacular. The shop is located at beautiful Hoby-Kulle Manor, near Ronneby.
Storgatan 30, Färjestaden, 386 30, Sweden
18th and 19th century furniture – vernacular, provincial manorial furniture and signed Stockholm work. Summertime branch in the village of Lerkaka on the eastern side of Öland, focusing on Öland and Småland vernacular.
Havsgatan 1, Helsingfors, FI - 001 4, Finland
Specialising in 18th century furniture and objets d’art with special emphasis on silver from the baltic region – Sweden, Finland, St Petersburg and the baltic countries.
Galleri Claes Moser
Karlavägen 87, STOCKHOLM, 114 59, Sweden
Specialising in Nordic Light painting from between 1880 and 1920, National Romanticism and Symbolism, as well as Scandinavian Modernism and Radicalism 1920-1930. Regular exhibitions on various themes.
Nybrogatan 48, Stockholm, 114 40, Sweden
Swedish carpets, antique Oriental and new decorative carpets. The main focus of attention is on 20th century Swedish carpets embodying such techniques as rölakan (flat-woven), flossa (knotted pile) and semiflossa designed by Märta Måås-Fjetterström and others. Carpet repairs undertaken.
Gudrun Ödmann Antikhandel
Focusing on Swedish furniture and objects in pristine condition from the 18th and early 19th centuries. A personal selection based on aesthetic sense and a beautiful heritage.
Semaforgatan 4, Löderup, 271 76, Sweden
Specialising in Swedish studio glass from the late 19th century to the present day and in French and Italian art glass. The range also includes Swedish ceramics, with such epoch-making potters and designers as Wilhelm Kåge and Berndt Friberg represented.
Vassunda Prästgården 26, Knivsta, 741 91
High-class antiques and other art objects from the 16th century to the beginning of the 19th century combined with intriguing curio objects.
Olivecronas väg 4, Stockholm, 113 61, Sweden
Furniture and bronzes from the 18th and 17th century, lighting and a selection of 20th century design.
Ulrikagatan 15 (office), Stockholm, 115 23, Branch: Möllegatan 33, 244 65 Furulund
Focus on Swedish furniture and silver from the 18th century to c. 1840 and East India porcelain from China. Office only, visitors by appointment. Annual appearances at the Helsingborg Antique & Art Expo.
J. M. Alfort Antikhandel
Sibyllegatan 47, Stockholm, 114 42, Sweden
Furniture, gilded bronzes, porphyry, mirrors and faïence ware down to circa 1840.
Sibyllegatan 53, STOCKHOLM, 114 43, Sweden
Specialising in high-quality Scandinavian and international design and art handicraft between 1890 and 1990. Sub-branch and showroom in Kreuzberg, Berlin, regular exhibitions of work by various designers.
Jan-Erik Öhgren Antikvitetshandel i Brösarp
Fru Hammars väg 3, Brösarp, 273 50, Sweden
Swedish antiques from the 18th and early 19th centuries: furniture in as pristine condition as possible and objects of historic interest.
Jobsmyr Konst och Antikhandel
Fredriksfors 206, Delsbo, 820 60, Sweden
Specialising in pristine original-painted vernacular and upper-class furniture. The range also includes art, 18th and 19th century china, faiences, pewter, brass, iron and many collectables.
Johan Sjösten Antikhandel
Arkivgatan 4, Göteborg, 411 34, Sweden
Specialising in classical furniture, mirrors, chandeliers and other antique decorative art pre-1840, preferably with West Swedish or English connections.
Sibyllegatan 41, Stockholm, 114 42, Sweden
Specialising in antique Oriental carpets, Scandinavian carpets, vernacular weaves, African art, and Swedish and international painting.
Knutsson Antik och Konsthandel
Kungsgatan 3, Vänersborg, 462 33, Sweden
High-class antiques, art and art handicraft from the 16th century to the present day. The modern side focuses on Cubist, Constructivist and optical painting, Swedish studio glass and 20th century silver by Wiwen Nilsson and Atelier Borgila.
Birger Jarlsgatan 2, Stockholm, 114 34, Sweden
Extensive jewellery department offering antique and modern jewellery, both second-hand and brand new. Antique and modern silver, with special emphasis on candlesticks from the 18th century to the present day.
L. Edelstam Konst & Antikviteter
High-quality classic antiques mingling with early 20th century design, especially Art Déco, focusing above all on items in a classical idiom which stand apart and communicate something out of the ordinary.
Lars Y Johansson Smycken & Antikviteter
Kommendörsgatan 20B, Box 5818, STOCKHOLM, 102 48, Sweden
Specialising in antique and historic jewellery, especially antique-cut diamonds, rose-cut stones. Also antique cameos, lava, coral and garnet jewellery and silver, furniture, chandeliers and decorative objects from the Rococo to the Empire period.
Magnus Stenbocksväg 57, Halmstad, 302 33, Sweden
Specialising in spectacular and unusual items. A treasure-hunter’s Eldorado, featuring everything from Swedish vernacular art and Italian Baroque guéridons to 17th century Dutch wheellock pistols. No shop, but regular appearances at antique fairs.
Herrhagsvägen 20, Karlstad, 652 18, Sweden
Specialising in Swedish and Scandinavian art from the early 19th to the late 20th century. Focus on figurative painting in the classical tradition, with artists such as Bruno Liljefors and Gustaf Fjaestad to Bengt Lindström.
Brandstadvägen 612, 275 67 Vol, Sweden
Specialising in high-class antiques from the Renaissance to Sweden’s Karl Johan (early 19th century) period. Business is guided by the watchword of past meeting present. Represented in both Sweden and New York.
Lorenz B. Hatt Konsthandel & Antikvariat
Hägerstensvägen 141, (Aspudden), Hägersten, 126 48, Sweden
Specialization: Swedish drawings, sketches and studies, as well as engravings and lithographs (17th-19th C). Lorenz B. Hatt Rare Books specializes in presentation and association copies and fine bindings.
Arsenalsgatan 3, Stockholm, 111 47, Sweden
High-class furniture and decorative art from the 18th to the early 19th century, with special emphasis on chandeliers. In addition, a modern selection focusing on furniture of the 20s and 30s and pewter objects from Svenskt Tenn.
Sibyllegatan 6, Stockholm, 114 42, Sweden
20th century Scandinavian and international design: furniture, light fittings, ceramics, glass and jewellery. Focus on Scandinavia and designers such as Hans J. Wegner, Alvar Aalto, Arne Jacobsen, Axel Salto, Berndt Friberg, Tapio Wirkkala and Timo Sarpaneva.
Kungsgatan 43, Uppsala, 753 21, Sweden
Mollbrinks Konst, founded in 1957, presents a wide selection of art ranging from the mid-19th century to the present day. Classical and modern painting, sculpture and graphic art. Summertime sub-branch in Kungshamn, Bohuslän.
Drottninggatan14, Ljungby, 341 30
Antiques from the four great epochs – Baroque, Rococo, Gustavian and Empire. Special emphasis on original-painted furniture and also Swedish paintings from the 20th Century.
Skånegatan 86, Stockholm, 116 40
Specialising in Scandinavian design and handicraft from the 20th Century with emphasis on mid century furniture, ceramics and jewellry.
Orangeriet Antik Trädgårdskonst
Trollebergsvägen 22, Lund, 222 29, Sweden
Park and garden objects of the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries. Urns, fountains, statues, benches, gates, lanterns and architectural elements in sandstone, limestone, stoneware, terracotta, cast iron, wrought iron, lead and other materials.
Silver o Form
Stocksund, 182 78, Sweden
Everything silver – Antique, 20th century Scandinavian, Cutlery and Jewellery. On line sales www. silveroform.se and trade fairs.
Sibyllegatan 39, Stockholm, 114 42
Nybrogatan 3, Stockholm, 114 34, Sweden
Specialising in high-class Swedish antiques, silver, furniture, silver, pewter and bronzes from the 18th century to c. 1840. The range also includes a selection of contemporary painting and photography.
Staaf i Lund
Stora Södergatan 31, Lund, 222 23, Sweden
East Indian porcelain, classic antiques , furniture and decorative arts, 18th century to 19th century.
Landsvägsgatan 61, Mellerud, 464 30, Sweden
Specialising in Swedish and Norwegian vernacular, preferably in pristine condition, in 18th century Swedish and Norwegian glass and in 17th century items of all kinds.
Narvavägen 8, 115 23, Sweden
Specialising in high-class antique, semi-antique and decorative hand-knotted carpets from the whole of the Orient.
Östra Katslösavägen 11, Helsingborg, Skåne, 255 92, Sweden
Specialising in furniture, mirrors and chandeliers – Rococo, Gustavian and Empire – and retro furniture of the 50s, 60s and 70s. Period props supplied on a rental basis for TV, theatrical and film productions.
Karlavägen 15A, Stockholm, 114 31, Sweden
Swedish antiques in pristine conditions from the four great epochs – Baroque, Rococo, Gustavian and Empire. Special emphasis on Swedish furniture and mirrors and on bronzes, e.g. candlesticks, candelabras, chandeliers and light fittings.
Nybrogatan 42, Stockholm, 114 40, Sweden
Specialising in European furniture and decorative art, primarily from the Neo-Classical period, with special emphasis on the Nordic cultural sphere.
Norrvidinge 1248, Teckomatorp, 260 20, Sweden
Upper class and Scanian (Skåne) vernacular. Specialising in furniture and decorative arts such as pewter, silver, costume jewellery from the 18th century to the mid-19th, with special emphasis on the Rococo, Gustavian and Empire periods.
Wexiö Scandinavian Gallery
Trädgårdsgatan 5, Växjö, 352 34, Sweden
High-quality, classic antiques from c. 1700-1840 and Chinese porcelain. As a foil to all this, a certain range of 20th century art and design.
Windahl Fine Oriental Antiquities And Works Of Art P.S.T.
Nybrogatan 40, Stockholm, 114 40, Sweden
Classical Chinese art, with special emphasis on early ceramics from the Tang (618–906 AD), Song (960–1279 AD) and Yuan (1280–1368 AD) periods. The stock range also includes bronzes, porcelain, jade and a selection of antique Chinese furniture.
Zimmerdahl Antiques and Design
Kraftstorg 2, Lund, 223 50
Specialising in 20th century design and decorative art, with special emphasis on the period between 1925 and 1975. Wiwen Nilsson and Stig Lindberg bulk large in the stock range.
Birger Jarlsgatan 14, Stockholm, 114 34, Sweden
Åmells was founded in 1922 and is today one of the leading fine art dealerships in the world within Scandinavian art. The expertise ranges from Old Master paintings to contemporary photography, but Scandinavian art from the 19th and 20th century is the core of our business. Our client base is international and includes both museums and collectors. Our gallery in Stockholm is an established meeting place for buying and selling high quality art and we buy and sell on commission or purchase art works directly from the owner. Exhibitions of classic, modern and contemporary art are held regularly at our own gallery on Birger Jarlsgatan 14 in Stockholm. Our belief is that knowledge based on experience is the key to give the best possible service to our clients.