Our Antiques Dealers

82 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…
19th century English and French furniture, lighting, jewellery, porcelain, silver, crystal, Uighur carpets and stained glass.
For over 30 years, Christopher Buck Antiques have been dealing in fine quality English furniture of the Georgian periods. We have built up an enviable reputation amongst the trade and our many customers around the…
Specialising in English and Continental Furniture and Works of Art from the 18th and 19th Century. Over the past 20 years we have developed a wealth of knowledge and continue to advise our clients on…
We are experts in antiques with well over 30 years experience in the business. We are also members of both The BADA and LAPADA , which are trade associations and enforce strict codes of conduct…
Drew Pritchard has been dealing in architectural salvage and antiques for 33 years working initially as a stained glass restorer and designer. Drew has spent 26 years as an independent dealer working from his base…
A dealer of 18th- and early 19th-century English furniture. Charlecote a second generation family business was founded in 1980 with showrooms in the historical Crestwood neighborhood of Kansas City, Missouri; blocks from the Nelson Atkins…
Originally established in London since 1969, now in its second generation, Loveday Antiques specialises in an eclectic mix of 18th to 20th Century European furniture and works of art with a strong emphasis on fine…
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…
W.R. Harvey & Co. (Antiques) Ltd specialise in fine English furniture dating from the reigns of Charles II through to George IV. Visit our showrooms in Witney, Oxfordshire, and you will find authentically decorated rooms…
Georgian Antiques is based in Edinburgh and specialises in 18th- to early 20th-century furniture. Their main warehouse has over 50,000 sq ft of showrooms over 5 floors. They offer one of the largest selections of…
English antique furniture is the ultimate in classic design. Whether a George II period walnut bureau bookcase or a Regency period writing table, our selection of English antiques forms a resonant touchstone for both the…
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…
Mayfair Gallery operates at the heart of the international antiques trade, dealing in a diverse range of 19th century furnishings and artworks. Since opening in 1975, the gallery has held an integral position in both…
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…
My wife Margaret and I have been in antiques and vintage for over 40 years. We started on a cold market stall in Chester and ending up with a 10,000 sq ft store in the…
Alexander George Antiques’ enthusiasm and unerring passion for the finest English furniture is evident from the moment you enter our gallery at Buscot Manor in rural Oxfordshire. Here you will find examples from the most…
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…
The Bly family have been antique dealers in Tring, Hertfordshire, since the beginning of the 19th century. An ancient letterhead proclaimed “John Bly – Antique Dealers since the reign of William IV”. The grandfather of…
Elephantiques are a family run business based in Halifax, West Yorkshire. We buy and sell 17th Century and Later Early English Oak Furniture.