Our Antiques Dealers

16 dealers found

Arthistorical Ltd. is a fine art dealership based in London and 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…
Tanya Baxter Contemporary have a global reputation for exhibiting some of the most exciting contemporary works of Chinese, Indian and post war Contemporary art. From Ju Ming to M.F. Husain, and Warhol, we exhibit auction…
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…
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…
Located in Mayfair, London the Albemarle Gallery has a reputation for introducing exciting contemporary painting and sculpture from international and UK based artists. Drawing from an impressive stable of established and emerging artists, the gallery…
Galerie Arabesque is an internationally active gallery, exhibiting regularly at The Pacific Arts of Asia shows in San Francisco and New York, The Tribal Art Fair in San Francisco, The Hali Fair in London, LAPADA…
RMJ Antiques was established in 2009 and deals primarily in antique porcelain. The company is a member of LAPADA, CINOA and the Derby Porcelain Society. Expertise in fine antique porcelains and pottery: British, Continental (including…
Books, bronzes, maps, needlework, Orientalist, 18th- and 19th-century prints, textiles.
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…
Gregg Baker Asian Art has been dealing in Japanese folding screens since 1985, and the gallery on Kensington Church Street, London, carries one of the largest collections of Japanese screens in Europe. Our aim is…
Wick Antiques was established by Charles Wallrock in the early 1980s. Having grown up in the Antiques world Charles developed an extensive wealth of knowledge. Starting out as a ‘man with a van’ he quickly…
As a graduate from Oxford University, my visits to the Ashmolean Museum and hours spent at Christie's and Sotheby's gave me an early insight into what was to be my business; the sale of Oriental…
David Brower Antiques has been established since 1964 are well known in the trade for fine primarily 19th century European & Oriental art and antiques, including porcelain, sculpture and works of art. Situated in Kensington…