Our Antiques Dealers

248 dealers found

The John Davies Gallery has existed for over 30 years. It sells fine post-Impressionist, Modern & Contemporary art and has held nationally acclaimed exhibitions. The gallery provides a range of services for art collectors and…
Established 40 years, Architectural Heritage has a worldwide reputation for providing fine period and reproduction garden ornament, bespoke stone fire surrounds and period architectural elements, complemented by interesting 20th Century and contemporary sculpture. We aim…
Mark West is a specialist dealer in 18th and 19th century antique glass, 20th century collectors art glass and Art Deco glass of English and European origin. The collectors glass covers English drinking glasses, engraved…
Daniel Bexfield specialises in Fine Antique Silver and Objects of Vertu, dating from the 17th to the 20th centuries. The shop is at 5 Cecil Court, Covent Garden, London, mostly stocks English hallmarked silver, with…
Out of the building sites and skips of the late 70s The London Architectural Salvage & Supply Co (LASSCO) was born. For about 40 years LASSCO has become the first port of call for private…
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…
Our superb collection of antique English and Continental silverware covers the Georgian period to late Art Deco and represents the work of the finest craftsmen and designers of this medium. The sheer variety of fine…
FB Antiques is a family run business and was established in 1960 in London and had three shops supplying the home and overseas trade. We relocated from London 30 years ago to Rayleigh in Essex,…
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…
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…
We specialise in finding timeless and unique pieces, focusing primarily on signed jewellery from the Art Deco period to the 1970s but encompassing jewellery from all periods. We also deal in fine quality diamonds, sapphires,…
We have been in business since 1991 and sell at major antiques fairs or directly to clients who come not only from Great Britain but also Europe, the United States, Australia and the Far East.…
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…
The McEwan Gallery, a family business, specialising in quaility paintings of the last three centuries, was founded over forty years ago. Although dealing primarily in works by Scottish artists, including contemporary examples, the Gallery also…
Thomas Glover specialise in antique & period jewellery from the Georgian era through to the 1950's together with vintage watches & ladies cocktail watches from the 1920’s to the late 1950’s. Previously trading as Trivette…
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…