Winfield Antique Canes
Beware the man who will not engage in conversation, he is planning to steal your walking stick or water your stock. Between 1870 and 1915 more than 1500 patents were issued for canes fitted with
Source Antiques
Source Antiques began trading back in 1994, with owner Rod Donaldson creating, sourcing and supplying contemporary and traditional antiques. In particular we specialise in 20th Century antiques,
Antique Textiles & Lighting
Joanna Proops, the owner of Antique Textiles and Lighthing, has had a lifelong love of beautiful antique fabrics, sewing and embroidery. She was making her own clothes by the age of ten, and has
Kembery Antique Clocks
We stock very competitively priced Antique Clocks - Antique Longcase clocks (Grandfather clocks), bracket clocks, wall clocks, tavern, lantern, carriage clocks and mantel clocks, antique music boxes
Bartlett Street Antique Centre
The Centre hosts an ever changing array of fine quality Antiques, Jewellery, Fine Art, Decorator pieces, Coins and Medals, Dolls and Toys, Ethnographica, Ephemera, Antiquities, Clocks and Watches,
Hubert Antiques
Hubert Antiques are a well established firm who have been in the trade for over twenty years. For nearly a decade he lived in France as a trade only dealer where he scoured the continental antiques
Widcombe Antiques
Welcome to Widcombe Antiques, here is a little about us. We are a family run antique shop based in the beautiful city of Bath in the southwest of England. We offer a wide range of quality antiques and
Old Bank Antiques Centre
This antiques centre accommodates eight, well established antique dealers, supplying antiques and decorative items to the trade and general public. Visitors will find displays offering a wide
Piccadilly Antiques
Are you searching the Antique shops in Bath for that special item? Piccadilly Antiques prides itself on being the best antique shop in Bath for those interesting, eclectic pieces that can transform a
Freshfords Fine Antiques
This family business was started by Simon's father in 1987 in the City of Bath where they traded for 10 years before relocating to the quintessential village of Freshford some 5 miles south of city.