Our Antiques Dealers

6 dealers found

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.
Percy Barkes opened his gallery in York in 1976 selling Japanese woodblock prints. Russian paintings were introduced in the early 1990s. Percy and his wife, Delia exhibited their collection at LIBERTY London from 1984-2012. From…
18th- and 19th-century clocks, longcase clocks, decorative items, 19th- and early 20th-century furniture, 18th- and 19th-century glass, Oriental and European ivories, Japanese works of art, Oriental pictures, works of art, pottery and porcelain, ormolu, 19th-…
Italian-born Laura Bordignon has been an antique dealer since 1991 and began to specialise in Japanese art, particularly metalwork and ivory okimono carvings from the Meiji period, of which she has developed a significant knowledge.…
David Brower Antiques has been established since 1964. Specialising in Fine 19th Century Meissen, KPM plaques (paintings on porcelain), other European & Oriental Porcelain, Sculpture (French bronzes and Italian marbles) and Japanese Works of Art…