Situated near to Glasgow University the area was once the home of Charles Rennie Mackintosh and his circle and the influential 'Celtic Revival', A rts and Crafts metalworker, Margaret Gilmour. In facther workshop was literally around the corner from Authentics. Nowadays the area is a haven for cafes and artisan, independent and quirky shops.
The Internet has created a sense of urgency in the last two decades faster than could have been imagined. This however isn't the case for Kevin R. Wald and his 235 employees across nine differentcompanies in the rural state of Minnesota. It is assumed that because America is considered a first world country that every inch of our land is blessed with High Speed Internet connection.
If you like an old-fashioned Aladdin's cave type of shop, this is for you. It's about 10 minutes walk and a world away from Princes Street, tucked into a basement that was an old dairy until thepresent proprietor moved in, over 40 years ago. The Victorian tiled floors and walls, and marble shelves are still there. We stock everything and anything that is old, curious or useful, for as long as it takes for someone to spot an item's potential.
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 Associationand members of The Highland Antique Dealers Association, The Silver Society and were founder members of Sotheby's.com. Iain frequently gives talks and lectures on antique silver around the Highlands and to NADFAS.
Traditional collectable bears, hedgehogs and other woodland animals by award winning artist Sue Quinn. Discover more about Sue, find out where you can see her work and browse in the shop to findsomething of interest, whether it is a bear, other animal or accessory.
The Treasure Bunker specialises in Third Reich, British and other nations' militaria, toy soldiers and model tanks. We offer an extensive range of military collectables from Waterloo to World WarII. You can easily browse through our selection of thousands of items on our on-line shop, including medals, uniforms, badges, equipment, deactivated guns and books. We also offer a medal mounting service.
Approximate delivery charge would be £20-£50 for any of these items - depending on size and weight. We have over 300 designs of Antique Mahogany Reproduction and Classical furniture. No two piecesare the same - every piece of furniture is individual, and a study of the detail and fine hand carving invite ownership by the discerning. We can make bespoke furniture to your size specifications and even style.
We have spent the last thirty years actively involved in the restoration, conservation, and trade of fine antique furniture. During this time we have gained a wealth of specialist knowledge andexperience. We also offer a consultancy service on different sides of the antiques trade. We are heavily involved in the assessment of furniture following fire and flood damage. This service involves visiting the property, advising on damaged items and compiling a detailed report for insurance companies.
We trade as ANDERSON HIGH ANTIQUES/ RUBY ANTIQUES, from a shop unit in the Scottish Antique & Arts Centre, Doune, Stirlingshire, FK16 6HG, where we are open from 10.00am- 5.00pm seven days each week.The Centre is located about 1 mile outside the village of Doune, on the Callander Road.
We are James Ness and Son, jewellers based in the heart of Edinburgh, Scotland. With a specialism in fine antique, diamond and gem set jewellery we are able to cater to the needs and requests of eachand every one of our valued clients. As a third generation family run business, we have been established in the jewellery trade for close to a century, and are privileged to buy and sell exquisite pieces to customers and private dealers throughout the United Kingdom and the world.