Our Antiques Dealers

468 dealers found

Benton Fine Art is a Cotswold based gallery, established in 1972, and run by Matthew Benton and his father Jeffrey Benton. With over 70 years’ combined experience between them, Matthew and Jeffrey’s selected stock of…
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…
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…
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…
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…
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…
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 Royal Geographical Society; the 20/21 International & the…
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…
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…
Specialising in idiosyncratic works of art; aesthetic and academic sculpture; paintings and drawings from an extensive range of cultures and periods.
A dealer for nearly 50 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…
A family jeweller established in 1870, specialising in Victorian, Edwardian and early 20th century jewellery. We also stock a fine selection of vintage wrist watches.
Peter Petrou juxtaposes works of art, furniture and sculpture from many cultures and periods in history with 20th century and contemporary designs.
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…