Our Antiques Dealers

235 dealers found

We are, 'It's About Time' antique Clock and Vintage Watch shop. We have been buying, selling and REPAIRING antique clocks and Watches for over four decades at our shop in Westcliff on sea, Essex. We…
M. Charpentier has been selling antiques for over thirty years and is now run by Camilla & Alix Charpentier. Specialising in decorative furniture, mercury mirrors, garden ornaments and unique objects of charm from the 18th…
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…
Streett Marburg has been a dealer of fine antique furniture for over 35years. During which time he has gained a reputation for finding rare and beautiful pieces for the public and trade alike. Streett is…
We’re Tom and Rosamund Jordan and we have been dealing in Fine Art for over forty years. Our special interest has always been the work of Impressionist artists painting in the North of England around…
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,…
Jakob F. Mueller has bought, sold, negotiated, inspired and advised on antique furniture and decorative objects for more than 30 years. Known for his ability to source fine, elegant, distinctive and highly decorative antiques, he…
17th-century, Georgian and 19th-century furniture, Country furniture, porcelain and pottery, metalwork.
As an Antiques dealer I have been a specialists for over twenty years in eighteenth and nineteenth century Meissen, Vienna and Sevres porcelain. At my Gallery you can find a large selection of well chosen…
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…
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…
Julia Korner is a specialist and lecturer in fine art conservation and restoration of paintings, sculptures and frames. She is also a valuer, passionate collector, advisor and curator of paintings and works of art. Julia…
We specialise in selling art nouveau glass and art deco glass by Lalique, Galle , Daum, D'Argental, Schneider, Legras, Goupy, Baccarat, Moser, Loetz, Kralik, Rindskopf, Harrach, Pallme Koenig, Riedel, Josephenenhutte, Fritz Heckert, Steinschonau, L C…
Founded in 1963, Witney Antiques has a large carefully selected stock of 17th, 18th and early 19th century English and Continental furniture, period longcase and bracket clocks, early English embroidery and needlework samplers.
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…
19th century English and French furniture, lighting, jewellery, porcelain, silver, crystal, Uighur carpets and stained glass.
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…
Geoffrey Stead studied interior design at the Central School of Art in London he then became an interior design consultant for a major retail store, eventually opening and running a successful antiques department. In 1972…
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…