Our Antiques Dealers

61 dealers found

Specialising in 17th to early 20th-century furniture, longcase clocks & decorative items, We also carry a large display of high quality British made upholstered furniture, fabrics, wallpapers and accessories.
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…
Modern Antiquarian offers an eclectic collection of English, Continental and Swedish antique furniture and unique home accessories.
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.
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…
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…
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…
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…
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…
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…
Peter Bunting has been dealing in antique oak furniture, portraits, tapestries and related items for over 30 years. Peter worked for 17 years as a fashion photographer, but collected antiques and eventually became a dealer.…
Lacewing fine art was founded in 1979 by Noel James, who has an eclectic mix of fine works of art from the 17th to 20th century. Paintings, drawings watercolours and sculpture. Noel is happy to…
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…
Fine antique portrait miniatures and silhouettes from the 16th - 19th centuries.
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.…
Philip Carrol Antiques was established in 1983, trading at fairs and opening its first antiques shop in the Yorkshire Dales village of Gargrave in 2000. My stock of English and Continental ceramics usually include fine…
Arthistorical Ltd. is a London-based fine art dealership 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…
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,…
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…