Our Antiques Dealers

186 dealers found

Now in the second generation, Loveday antiques is run by Alexander Loveday. The name Loveday has been synonymous throughout the Antiques Trade, Interior Designers and the general public for over 40 years. Alexander Loveday's passion…
Established in 1956 Verdini Antiques specialises in Fine Furniture, Micro-mosaics and 17th, 18th and 19th Century Fine Art. In 2016 Verdini Antiques opened a new gallery in New Bond Street, the vibrant heart of art…
Tim Wharton Antiques was established in 1970 in St Albans Hertfordshire, and we have traded in the area ever since. We have always had a passion for oak and country furniture from the 17th, 18th…
FE Anderson was founded in 1908 by Fred Anderson and still trade from the same shop.Ian Anderson is third generation and succeeded his father David.We deal in 17th,18th and 19th century furniture,mirrors,barometers and decorative items.
English, Continental and Oriental works of art. The company has always been known for its eclecticism and for an interest in the historically significant and the unusual, and amongst our clients are over sixty museums…
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…
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…
Established 1971, we deal in quality items from the 17th, 18th, 19th and early 20th century. Exhibiting and trading from Hemswell Antique Centre in Lincolnshire. My furniture is presented in original condition where possible, otherwise…
A New Zealand based business importing decorative items of Antique Furniture from England, France, Italy, and Sweden. Imported items include: Chandeliers and lamps, Libraries and Wine Cellars, Mirrors, Commodes, Armoires, Beds, Desks, Chests of Drawers…
Michael first had a pair of chandelier pliers put in his hand aged 4. A lifetime of experience in working with chandeliers and antique glass has honed and polished his many facets. His grandmother, Mrs…
Jonathan Biggs is the fourth generation in the trade and specialises in fine eighteenth and nineteenth century furniture and paintings.
Julian Simon Fine Art, run by brothers Michael and Julian Brookstone, has been established in London for over 30 years. Specialising in English and Continental paintings from the eighteenth, nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, the…
Hampton Antiques was established in November 1998, created by partners Mark and Sara Goodger. Our first sale was on a cold, dark Saturday morning in the winter of 1998 from a tiny stall on the…
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 art Dealers in 18th, 19th and 20th century oils and watercolours. Originally established in 1985 in West Sussex, recently moved to near Oundle, Northamptonshire in England. We have a large stock oil paintings and…
Founded by Jonathan Voak in 1997, Atelier Limited is based in London and Jersey and deals mainly in 17th - early 20th century oil paintings, watercolours, drawings and etchings and offers a museum standard conservation…
John has been in the antique business for 29 years and has traveled all over the world in search of unique pieces, building up a large network of connections at home and abroad who assist…