Burford Antiques
The village of Burford is known as the gateway to the Cotswolds. Our 8000sq ft showroom provides a variety of quality furniture that is both decorative and functional for the home, dating from the
Gateway Antiques
Our extensive showrooms have a large selection of predominantly 17th century to early 20th century English and Continental Furniture and decorative items. We are able to arrange for national
Manfred Schotten Antiques
Established now for 30 years at our 15th Century premises in the picturesque town of Burford, Oxfordshire, we have built up a reputation as one of the premier specialists in luxury sporting art and
Antiques At The George
Our Award-winning Antiques Centre is set in a beautifully refurbished Cotswold coaching inn on Burford High Street. The inn dates back to the 15th Century with historical links to Charles II, Nell
Witney Antiques
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
Fyson Jonathan
Jonathan Fyson Antiques ceased trading on the 30th June 2014. Sadly, Jonathan died on the 14th June 2014, aged 70, after being diagnosed with a brain tumour. His enjoyment of buying and selling
Oxford Architectural Antiques
We are a family-run business operating from our warehouse in Faringdon, near Oxford. We stock a large assortment of antique furniture as well as a diverse collection of architectural salvage materials
Clive Payne Restoration
Clive Payne is a leading specialist dealer in Mason's Ironstone China and dealer in period English furniture. Clive Payne is also a leading Antique conservator/restorer of fine period furniture, he
Antiques Of Woodstock
The Oak & Country Furniture Partnership is run by Andrew Hennell who has been collecting and dealing in period oak and country furniture and antiquities for over 25 years.
Antiques At Heritage
Antiques at Heritage is the home of 12 established and experienced antique dealers located in a 15thc building in the heart of Woodstock just seven miles north of Oxford. A wide and ever changing