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1500 sq ft of Antiques vintage and collectables over 2 floors We buy all gold and silver, Coin and medal collection's and all interesting antiques vintage and collectables We pay more With over 40years of experience A warm welcome to our customers old and new.
At VitaNovaVintage we believe in rescuing old and forgotten items, images and styles, and giving them a new lease of life. Sourcing from a range of locations, we restore, refurnish or restyle them ifneeded, before sharing them with our customers as practical and eye-catching additions to their home or wardrobe.
For over 30 years we have been selling fine English & Continental porcelain to private clients and the trade. We always have a fine stock of early English Factories, be it Worcester, Derby, Chelsea,Longton Hall, Bow, Liverpool, Plymouth, Bristol or Caughley, Limehouse or Vauxhall. We also stock fine signed Royal Crown Derby, Royal Worcester, Minton, and other items of quality from UK factories. Continental factories include Sevres, Mennecy, St. Cloud, Chantilly, Doccia etc.
We will be closed next weekend, Friday 8th May and Saturday 9th May as we will be having a small stand at the Petworth Park Antique Fair where we will be exhibiting a select number of exceptionalpieces. This week's Weekender includes a very rare penwork writing box, together with a lovely Irish mahogany tea table, a very shallow mahogany hanging cupboard and a very tall mahogany and cane stick stand, and I hope you will enjoy seeing these great items.
Established over half a century, we pride ourselves on our personal approach and Patrick Marrin, or a member of our sales staff, will be happy to discuss your requirements. In addition to holding alarge general stock we are specialists in Kent books, maps and ephemera and fine bindings. We undertake valuations for probate and insurance purposes and we also offer a comprehensive picture-framing and bookbinding service.
Noble Antiques has a range of antique furniture from Georgian, Victorian, through to art deco. We also have a selection of post war and mid century furniture, specialising in bespoke upholsteredantique chairs, sofas and stools. There's free 1 hour parking on the high street.
In 1972 Ann Squires decided to become an antiques dealer. Armed with the kitchen table, £10 of bric-a-brac and her Renault 4 she set up a stall in Faversham, next to the Town Pump. The ventureproved to be a great success, and over the next four years grew in popularity. Having stalled out at various antiques fairs, she gained a place in a shared shop in Canterbury and then returned to Faversham in what is now known as la Roche restaurant.
The White Lion is a Grade II listed former Coaching Inn. The building was opened in 2005 as an Antique Centre after an extensive refurbishment, the building having spent most of its life as a Hostelryand Inn. Over the last 4 years the Centre has re-aligned its core business to reflect changing fashions and tastes, we now consider The White Lion more of a Life Style Centre, with a whole range of goods on offer.
Current category presents items from Russian Imperial Porcelain as well as Porcelain produced at the private porcelain factories, such as Popov, Kornilov, Batenin, Miklashevky, Gardner. Currentcategory presents items which has been made in an Ottoman Empire as well as in Europe for an Eastern market. We are proud to hold in our inventory items of Fatimid, Samanids, Nishapur, Safavid.
Established in Chelsea in 1897, Millers Antiques moved to Ringwood some 40 years ago. The showrooms are set in a Queen Anne house. There is a wide range of English and Continental furniture with anemphasis on the French country look. The ever-changing stock includes 19th century walnut, pine, fruitwood and mahogany furniture, Majolica, Quimper, brass and copper, decorative accessories and other interesting and unusual items.
Sally established the business over 25 years ago but, as a third generation antiques dealer, has been dealing for over 40 years. After initially working in the family antiques shop in Gloucestershire,she opened her own business in Chelsea in 1979. In 1989 she moved to her current premises on the High Street, Wendover, Buckinghamshire, where she is supported by a dedicated team who will deal with all your enquiries in a friendly and efficient manner.
Dorking's recent claim to fame was the Olympic Road Race in 2012 that went through the town centre and then up and down through the picturesque scenery of Boxhill an exhausting amount of times. Thelarger pieces of furniture are on display at Stoneycroft Farm just outside Dorking, on the beautiful slopes of Boxhill, where we have the room to display properly the large partners desks, bookcases and dining tables.
All types of Sporting Antiques Wooden Golf Clubs Antique Gutta Percha Golf Balls. Antique Golf Trophies. Tennis Antiques including Rackets Boxed Balls Medals & Trophies. Old Football, Rugby, AthleticsAntiques, in fact all types of Sporting Memorabilia. I guarantee all my items with a full refund if not satisfied with either the description or condition of the piece. I am happy to either supply one piece or supply multiple pieces for decoration of a study or bar.
Edd has been fascinated with antiques for as long as he can remember and at age 5 was already stomping boot sales for bargains to add to the first of his many changing collections. While Marina (Edd'swife) is good at steering the business in the right direction, Edd is never happier than when he is head down in a reference book, or at auctions and fairs handling items. There is something worthwhile about investing in antique furniture.
Plymouth Auction Rooms is a family run business established by Paul and Sharon Keen in 1992. The team have a wealth of experience enabling them to provide a professional, friendly and efficientauctioneering and valuation service. Paul has some 30 years' experience in the auction business and has appeared on BBC television, local and national radio. He is also regularly featured in the Westcountry media - with regular newspaper columns and editorial features.