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 furniturefor my father at the age of ten; from then on my interest grew from restoring to collecting, then dealing. I have a keen interest and deal in anything old or collectible. The centre's huge success is largely down to the friendly and honest service that has been provided since it was opened in 1986.
David Theobald has been dealing for some 30 years, more than 20 from his Gabor Cossa Antiques shop, directly opposite the Fitzwilliam Museum in Trumpington Street, Cambridge. Alternatively, pleasebrowse the selection of antiques offered for sale online in the following web pages.
We regard ourselves as a traditional antiques shop dealing in 18th and early 19th century furniture, clocks and barometers, our stock is selected for its originality and for the quality of its design,colour and patination. Just click on the 'GALLERY' tab above to search for an item or click on one of the category tabs below. As members of the BADA and CINOA, all goods are sold with a full written description and guarantee. Delivery to the US, China and all parts of the world can be arranged.
The Hive is in Gwydir Street which is off Mill Road and only 5 minutes from the city Centre by car. There is a public car park opposite the shop. Please note Due to space restrictions in the shop,most of our sets of tiles are held in storage. Any set displayed on our website can be viewed in our shop by prior arrangement.
Retro robot ornament - Featuring Dad, Mum, and Child Robots adult size 35x17x11cm. Original model was hand carved with wood, then a cast made of these stunning retro bots from resin mould and handpainted. You can't tell their not wood as resin amazingly replicates wood!