Our Antiques Dealers

36 dealers found

York Minster Antiques specialises in antique silver ranging from Art & Crafts to Russian antiques and contemporary items. York Minster Antiques has silversmithing workshops and we are able to repair most antique silver items and…
Sally established the business 38 years ago but, as a third generation antiques dealer, has been dealing for over 50 years. After initially working in the family antiques shop in Gloucestershire, she opened her own…
Madelena was established in 1997 selling antiques online. Our small team is based in Essex, UK and Georgia, USA. We are dedicated to providing you with a safe, simple, trusted and enjoyable antiques shopping experience.…
Established in Chelsea in 1897, Millers Antiques moved to Ringwood some 40 years ago. The showrooms are set in a Queen Anne house. There is a wide range of English and Continental furniture with an…
Kevin Page opened his first antiques gallery in Camden Passage, London, in 1968 and for more than 40 years has been supplying the finest Japanese Meiji and Chinese Antiques to dealers, interior designers and collectors…
Having first entered the world of fine European porcelain over 25 years ago, our passion for this fascinating area of antiques continues to grow. With our stock carefully selected with both dealers and private collectors…
Adams Antiques stock a range of antique furniture, mainly 18th and 19th Century (Georgian and Victorian) pieces in oak, yew wood, ash, elm and fruitwood. We also sell town furniture in mahogany and walnut. We…
Born in 1974 in Arezzo, leading town in antiques for decades, and visitor from the childhood of the historic Antique Fair, in 1989 - just fifteen-year-old - I decided to become antique trader and in…
Town House started life in a shop in Columbia Road in 1997 selling painted furniture and decorative objects. I moved a few years later to an early eighteenth century building in Spitalfields, opposite the wonderful…
Trading since 1977, Japanese Gallery prides itself on providing a wide selection of genuine Japanese art and artefacts to satisfy collectors worldwide. Showcasing items such as ceramics, Katana and Ukiyo-e.
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…
With a combined experience of over 50 years Gavin Morgan and Gary Strickland have worked together since 1990. In the years prior to this they repeatedly found themselves competing against each other in their search…
Established in 1985, The Linda Blackstone Gallery deals in Contemporary British, French and Israeli paintings, sculpture, glass and ceramics. Since closing her Gallery Linda operates from a studio in North London. You are welcome to…
Specialising in works of art and design from the 20th and the 21st centuries.
Gibson Antiques is run by Alastair Gibson MRICS, former Director and Head of Sotheby's Chinese & Japanese Ceramics and Works of Art Department for London and Europe. Alastair is a member of the Royal Institute…