Rod Larwood
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 outside
Cousins E W & Son
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 &
Risby Barn Antique Centre
The Risby Barn Centre is often refered to as the 'Shopping Centre in the countryside'. It was set up in its present form in 1986 by owner Richard Martin. Since then it has grown and developed into
Suffolk Jewellery & Antiques
We are a local family-run independent jewellery shop, established in 1978. Selling new and second hand diamond set jewellery and a large selection of 9 carat gold chains and bracelets, in yellow and
P. N. Becker
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 be
English & Continental Antiques
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 art
Country Home Antiques
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 for
Waterside Antiques Centre
Waterside Antiques was established in 1986 by Graham Peters who owned it until 2005 when his son Tom Peters took over. I have been interested in antiques most of my life. I started restoring furniture
Honeycombe Antiques
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 as
Clare Antiques & Interiors
Clare and the surrounding area is in the forefront of tourism in the South Suffolk/Essex borders and has become internationally recognised as an area for the antiques trade. The popular television