Shop at 63 High Street, Little Walsingham, NR22 6BZ open Wednesday to Saturday weekly from 11am to 4pm. Just acquired, a fine collection of 15 pieces from a private London collection of Englishantique lead crystal drinking glasses dating from the early 18th Century through to the early 19th Century.
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.
The Old Stores is an interiors and home accessories shop situated in Roydon, just outside King's Lynn in North West Norfolk. Tom has hand picked a selection of home accessories, stylish gifts, antiquefinds and local crafts, which are available to purchase in the shop. He has also chosen his favourite wallpaper and fabric suppliers for his interior design service which is available to clients in Norfolk.
We have been established here for over thirty five years and with knowledge of the trade we are able to select out items which would, in our opinion, represent value and genuineness. Our stock isalways changing. Visits to customer's residences for detailed probate insurance or family valuations are charged on a normal scale rate, plus travel expenses. Enquiries by email requiring a detailed in depth reply are charged at £5.00 per item, plus VAT.
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.
Elm Hill Collectables operate from Pettus House 41-43 Elm Hill, Norwich, Norfolk, NR3 1HG. We have 2 shops on Elm Hill one dealing with stamps and cigarette cards and the other with everything else.If you have anything you wish to sell do contact us. Paul & Anne Murawski are responsible for the smooth running and operation of Elm Hill Collectables and are always willing to answer any questions you may have.
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!
Established in the 1970s we have gained an outstanding reputation for our quality of service, not only as buyers and sellers of art, antiques and collectables but also as knowledgeable valuers ofantiques and restorers of items within this field. View part of our extensive range of antiques and collectables from the 17th, 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries, similar pieces to which we are always anxious to purchase.
Established for over 40 years and selling worldwide Philip Hunt Antiques is a Family run business, now in its second generataion, with an eye for the exquisite. We deal in antiques ranging from£500 - £15,000. Started in 1968 by Philip Hunt Sr the company has grown and diversified with the changes in trend and culture but one thing has always been a constant, his passion for the business.
Exhibiting around 200 paintings one of the largest and finest collections of original paintings in the country, predominantly watercolours of local scenes. Currently the work of fifteen artists, somelocal, others exhibiting countrywide, they include Roger Clark, Ken Burton, Fred Betteridge, Ken Tidd, Clare Gascoigne, Simon Trinder, John Horsewell, Caroline Richmond, Angela Hewitt, Peter Basham, Sally Lidgett and Lizzie Jackson.
I didn't plan to be a dealer of antiques but when I got carried away at a farm sale many years ago and spent most of my college grant in one go, there was no going back! I love country antiques fortheir honesty as evidence of past lives. Old paint, signs of wear and initials all create clues to age and use. Back then, I was lucky enough to see items at source when farm sales were bountiful.
Ottaway Antique Restorations is a family company based in Norwich with over 45 years of experience in the repair and restoration of a wide range of antique furniture. From the fine, rare andspecialised, to your favourite comfortable chair, or an inherited piece from Granny! We have a large stock of old reclaimed timber, veneers, old locks, handles, castors and hinges, we can also obtain suitable leather and fabrics, ensuring that the correct replacement is used for your repair.
We sell dining room, lounge furniture and a large selction of occasional pieces from the Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian periods. We mostly obtain our stock from private sources, estate clearancesand people down-sizing. All our stock passes through our specialised workshops, which consist of cabinet, polishing and upholstery. Delivery is carried out either by our own van or our reliable specilised couriers.
Junk & Gems is an independent vintage shop on Magdalen Street, Norwich. Visit us and you will find an ever changing stock of all sorts of vintage and retro treasures. We have a great range of vintage,new and reclaimed fabrics, many-a-cake plate and a big collection of vintage ladybird books. We add to our stock daily, so there will be something new to see each time you visit. Our stock is diverse, affordable and good quality.
Unlike predictable chain store shopping the pursuit for elusive, vintage, antique finds requires taste, patience, persistence and great bargaining skills. Thankfully here at Hector's Barn we likenothing better than to scour the country, rummaging through flea markets, antique fairs, vintage sales and auctions in search of previously loved, beautiful finds. So much of the thrill is about not knowing what we may discover on any given day.
Robert Charles Antiques of St Augustines Norwich took over the ownership of Fakenham Antiques & Collectables Centre in November 2011. The Centre continues to go from strength to strength and continuesto house over 20 dealers offering a wide selection of antiques, curios and collectibles. There are 15 main stands at Fakenham Antiques Centre with specialists in fine furniture from the 17th - 20th century, including mahogany, oak, and country pine.
As a result of the great fire in 1507 many of the buildings in this, one of the oldest most picturesque streets in Norwich are genuine Tudor houses. There are, in fact, more Tudor houses in Elm Hillthan there are in the whole of the City of London. Elm Hill is one of the prettiest streets of Norwich, with many small independent traders, and known for its Medieval cobbled street. You can view wonderful Tudor timber work, C17th dormer windows, and Georgian facades.
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.
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.
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.