Edinburgh Antique Marble & Stone Fireplaces Company has the largest collection of superb quality marble, stone and cast iron period fireplaces in Scotland. We regularly source some of the best mantelsfrom around the world and our collection extends to several hundred pieces.
Quality English and Scottish antique furniture from the 17th through the 19th century gives the opportunity of a unique financial investment that will very rarely lose value. Antiques have financialmerits of their own and can also be enjoyed, cherished or functionally embellish your home.
We can arrange your items to be delivered to one of our approved and reputable auction houses, which would suit the resale of goods. This will maximise the price on the items that are sold. Like manyof our clients, we are highly conscious of our responsibility to reduce waste and preserve resources. This is why we are committed to recycling and re-using items you choose not to sell.
A small, handmade label, Amuse-Bouche specialises in luxurious and unique lingerie designs featuring carefully-sourced vintage treasures, beautiful fabrics and unexpected flourishes. Each piece isdesigned and created by hand in Glasgow, Scotland using vintage lace and trims, jewels, charms and embellishments, making each piece unique or very limited edition.
Antique clock specialist dealers and restorers in decorative French clocks and longcase clocks but also stock a general selection of high quality antique clocks. We specialists in the sale and repairand restoration of all types of antique clocks and barometers offering a consistently high standard of service. I have been buying and selling antique clocks since the early 70's and have built up a vast experience in the process.
We moved to Kilcreggan, Argyll & Bute, in early 2013 and instantly fell in love with the Peninsula, the scenery and the local folk. Following the sad deaths of both of our fathers in August that sameyear (within a few short weeks of each other) we gave up our business interests elsewhere to concentrate on looking after our mums. We turned to eBay to make a living while we traveled great distances between the two widows.
Marble clock bodys, Spelter figures etc, I have even repaired Bronze figures, so don't throw it in the bin. During the victorian period there was a tendency to over paint spelter and bronz pieces tomake them more somber. Most were gold colour ( Ormolu colour ) to start with and can be taken back to near original look.
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.
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.
Scottish Antiques and Scottish Jewellery by Murdo Mcleod a native of the Isle of Skye With more than two decades of expertise selling Scottish jewelry, Highland dress accessories, Scottish antiquesand related items. Murdo is always looking for interesting and unusual in antique objects from Scotland and early Scottish ceramics for collectors all over the world.