Ward Antique Fireplaces was first established in 1977 with our first shop situated on the Woolwich Road in London. We started off selling both antiques and reclaimed fireplaces before realizing ourniche in the market and concentrating solely on reclaimed/original/antique fireplaces. Since then the fireplace trade has grown considerably but we believe that Ward Antique Fireplaces still offer the very best in service and quality.
Due to a loyal customer base we have continued to sell through our website and have established a stall in the Pantiles in Royal Tunbridge Wells. For lovers of a more distressed look "Vintage Finds"are delighted to announce that they will be using the much talked about Annie Sloan's Chalk Paint on selected pieces of furniture.
Warwick Antiques was born from Warwick Restorations, an antique restoration business that was founded nearly 30 years ago. We are based in Sutton. We Restore and sell items of furniture from allperiods/ages/styles. If you cannot see what you want, we can find it for you as we have many dealers and runners who can track down the item you require for a price that suits you.
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.
I have been in the business of buying and selling fine antique clocks for more than thirty five years and during the eighties and nineties had a shop in Upper Street, Islington, but with increasingparking restrictions and access problems I decided to move out. I now operate 'by appointment' and have been exhibiting at the summer Fine Art and Antiques Fair at Olympia for some twenty five years.
This new website features rarely found clocks that break away from traditional antiques to something more in vogue today. So if you are looking for a spectacularly large wall clock to be a focal pointon the wall at home or in the office, or just a charming French advertising tin clock from the 1930's, we have it, to hire or buy.
How do you choose a Restorer or Conservator? Choosing the right restorer or conservator is an important decision. The wrong choice could result in permanent damage to your furniture, affecting bothits value and appearance. Poor or inexperienced workmanship, or excess restoration can be irreversible, so it is essential to choose with care.
In the latter half of the 16th century, explorers and navigators used portable sundials to tell the time anywhere in the world. Turning Kaleidoscopes & Teleidoscopes gives infinite changinggeometrical forms and colors. They are charming & classic objects which make unique gifts for any occasion. They are made with glass pieces, beads and mirrors which provide images with maximum reflection and sharpness.
You'll find a lovely, idiosyncratic selection of 19th-century decorative Antiques here. Furniture, mirrors, photograph frames, lighting, china and textiles bought by the Austrian owner from all overEurope and displayed enticingly in this pretty corner shop which spills out on to the pavement.
Our in-house experts still undertake all manners of decorative antique restoration including that of gilding, lacquerware, Japanning, toleware and papier mâché. The company has since grown to alsobecome one of the leading specialists in the production of antiqued mirrors. Our collection ranges from replicating traditional Mercury plates, to the use of hand drawn and colour tinted glasses.