Our Antiques Dealers

181 dealers found

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…
Two Victorian explorers, Gertrude Bell and Isabella Bird, inspired the name of the shop. We are tucked away in Austin, Texas, but travel far and wide. Our hunt is for the lovely and the uncommon…
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…
We have been established in the Antiques business for over 60 years, dealing in antique furniture, mirrors and objects from the Queen Anne, Georgian, Regency and Victorian periods. Our goods are sourced from all over…
I have been dealing in antique and old tribal rugs, dowry weavings and decorative carpets from the Near East and Central Asia since 1979. From 1972-1977 I lived and worked in Iran, spending the best…
Millington Adams is set up by 2 partners who have a keen interest in antiques who have been collecting for some 19 years. As a natural extension of their hobby, Millington Adams evolved with the…
Antiques courses. We sell and restore some of the finest Antiques in Scotland all of which can be viewed in our large showroom and workshop at Pitscandly Farm. We also specialise in restoring antique furniture…
Dealer in high quality period Engish Furniture of all mediums. Selling to both Private and Trade clients. Operating from a shop premises together with large warehouse for unrestored items. Exibiting at major English Antique Fairs.
BBC 1 Antiques Roadshow furniture specialist, Lennox Cato, established his antiques business in 1978, specialising in 18th and 19th century English furniture and related decorative items, always with an emphasis on quality and design. Due…
We specialise in 18th- to early 20th-century jewellery.
Howard's love of English clocks began in his teens when he bought a country made longcase for a few pounds on his way to school. Sadly, his mother refused to give the clock house room…
18th and 19th century jewellery, silver and flatware. Heming's distinguished history dates to 1745, with the entry of Thomas Heming's first mark at Goldsmith's Hall, registered to a Piccadilly address. He was made a freeman…
M. Charpentier has been selling antiques for over thirty years and is now run by Camilla & Alix Charpentier. Specialising in decorative furniture, mercury mirrors, garden ornaments and unique objects of charm from the 18th…
This Gallery in Mount Street, London, draws people from all over the world. They come and see a selection of beautiful objects of all types and periods – and usually, buy them. The window normally…
Jack Shaw & Co. family business, has been established for over 60 years. We stock a unique collection of Flatware, Holloware and Collectables. We specialise in canteens of silver cutlery and early spoons all of…
Based in Kensington Church Street, Butchoff boasts three floors and 3,000sq ft of the finest English and Continental mid 18th to 19th century furniture, mirrors, paintings and decorative objects. We also have further stock stored…
Our collection of English antique clocks - bracket clocks, longcase clocks and carriage clocks, and antique barometers includes the finest examples available over three centuries, from the reign of Charles II, through the Queen Anne…