Our Antiques Dealers

32 dealers found

This Gallery in London, draws people from all over the world. They come and see a selection of beautiful objects of all types and periods – and usually, buy them. The window normally has large…
19th-century oil paintings, portrait oil paintings, barometers, boxes, caskets, 18th- and 19th-century clocks, longcase clocks, candelabra, candlesticks, desk & writing accessories, 18th- to early 20th-century furniture, 18th- to early 20th-century glass and silver, silver plate,…
Tobias Birch has spent his entire career working with clocks. In 1990, at the age of nineteen, he was the youngest student ever to have been awarded a Distinction in the Conservation and Restoration of…
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-…
Furniture, Silver, Diamond and Gem set Jewellery, Worcester porcelain, English, Continental & Oriental china, Art glass, Brass & Copper, Clocks & Barometers, Bronze & Marble sculpture, Toys, Eccentricities and items from the Cottages and Castles…
Iain and Avril Marr established their antique shop in 1975 in the highland village of Beauly where Iain was born. We are the only Highland member of the London & Provincial Antique Dealers Association and…
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…
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…
Olde Time antique clocks and barometers located on the Norfolk / Suffolk border, have built up a deservedly enviable reputation for locating and supplying some of the most collectable clocks and barometers: Exceptional pieces from…
Based in the Cathedral City of Worcester for over 30 years, M. Lees and Sons, run by Michael Lees, has been dealing with both trade and public from an early Georgian town-house and shop located…
Originally formed in 1788 in London by the director’s fourth great grandfather Thomas Pantin, the company now deals in 18th and 19th century clocks with specialist knowledge of 18th century Chinese market clocks. Matthew regularly…