English and Continental Antiques is a long established family business situated in the centre of the pretty North Suffolk market town of Eye, which is blessed with historic buildings, cafes and artgalleries. The business specialises in antique furniture, art and porcelain, in fact everything for the interior or exterior. There are also a range of ancillary services on offer, which include restoration, re-upholstery, interior design and furniture logistics.
Our Antiques Centre is conveniently situated on the market square in the historic town of Harleston, Norfolk. Harleston is famous for its Georgian buildings, not least the Magpie Hotel (now known asJ.D. Young Hotel) an old coaching inn which hosted a meeting between Winston Churchill & Dwight Eisenhower & where the famous artist Alfred Munnings settled his bills with his paintings!
After completing a five year apprenticeship in Cabinet Making, Rod moved his career into the Care and Conservation of Antique furniture, working for some years in a small restoration business outsideDiss. Realising that to progress and feed his passion for antiques he would have to go back to college he secured a much sort after place at the then foremost West Dean College in West Sussex.
All our products are hand crafted using traditional methods and designs, furniture made for the discerning customer who wishes to own fine furniture. Our stock is of the highest quality and can bemade to your specifications to suit your requirements. If you are thinking of commissioning an item these pictures may give you some inspiration. We also offer a sympathetic restoration service for Antique and Period furniture, including French Polishing.
E. W. Cousins & Son sell antique furniture from Early 18C Oak to Edwardian Sheraton style inlaid furniture. Georgian & Victorian Mahogany Furniture for the lounge, library, entrance hall, bedroom &dining room, always a large stock. Established in 1920 by Edward Cousins the firm is now run by his grandsons John & Robert who took over from their father Mr E. 'Ted' Cousins on his retirement in 2003. The business consists of 25,000sq.feet in various warehouses within Ixworth.
Antiques are the life blood of our family business, School Farm Antiques provide kitchen and dairy furniture with a distinctive cottage style. Visit our shop in Bungay to discover inspiration frombygone eras. Our helpful and friendly staff are at hand to help you find interesting and unique items. For outdoor activities you are well catered for with boating on the Waveney and many picturesque rambling routes.
Ben Goodbrey first established Bed Bazaar in 1984, at the tender age of 16. After having a difficult time at school as a result of his dyslexia, Ben was inspired to start an antique bed business byhis uncle, David Abbott, an established dealer in antique bedsteads. Also, both Ben's parents and sister are antique dealers. In its early days, Bed Bazaar was run from Mr Goodbrey's home, with a workshop measuring 6' x 12' and an old bureau as an office.
We buy most collectables so whether you have a single item or a whole collection that you wish to sell, we would be very pleased to value it and buy it from you. Being in central Norwich right next tothe main bus route through the city, we are at an excellent easy-to-find location. We have experts who specialise in British and World Coins, Banknotes, Medals, Postcards, Stamps, Watches and other Collectable items.
Maddermarket Antiques is one of the leading sellers of antique silverware in Norwich. Based in Lower Goat Lane, in the heart of the Norwich Lanes, we also offer a wonderful selection of antique,vintage and new jewellery. Many of our jewellery and silverware items are individual and unique. We specialise in fine quality diamond and gem set jewellery.
The City Antiques Fair & Flea-market opened its doors in the beautiful and atmospheric St Andrew's Hall on Saturday 14th February, 2015. Since opening we have attracted many new dealers adding to themix of goods on offer making it a really unique fair with something for everyone at prices to suit all. Come along and have a rummage! The first civic event held in the Hall was in 1544 and we wish to continue this. Our new Fair has been born out of this history and is held monthly on a Saturday.