We have been established within the antique jewellery trade for 25 years selling to many traders all over the World. In December 2004 we opened our retail shop Friar House situated in the smallhistoric town of Battle. Battle played its part in the course of English History and it is where the famous 1066 Battle of Hastings took place. Not in the town of Hastings but north in the town of Battle. Situated at one end of the pretty High Street is Battle Abbey, behind the Abbey is the 1066 battlefield.
My careful and sympathetic skills range from waxing and French polishing to expertly matching original paint finishes. Whether it be for conservation or restoration you can be sure of a first classtailored service at the highest standards to suit your exact needs. Your satisfaction is my main priority and full consultation will be carried out before any work is undertaken to ensure the very best result.
The Furniture Rooms is a high quality, dedicated website that has been dealing in Antique, Art Deco, and Mid-century Modern furniture for over 40 years. Selling vintage dining room, bedroom, andlounge furniture, our goal is to outfit every room of your house with our unique styles in order to make your home as eye-catching and captivating as we can. Our business involves buying furniture from reliable sources and restoring it to perfect condition, so it is ready to find its new home.
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.
Decorative Antiques UK is a business, which has evolved from my passion for seeking beautiful pieces of furniture and Decorative Antiques from all around the world, especially France and Scandinavia.I have a particular love for the faded grandeur style of old French Chateau pieces as well as Swedish Gustavian and am fascinated by the stories behind each of these wonderful Antiques.
Her natural eye for detail and love of styling was nurtured at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design in London, where she graduated in Fashion, Communication and Promotion. On leaving college,Georgia spent three years at The Sunday Telegraph where she wrote her regular interiors column 'Retail Therapy'.
Nelson House Antiques is a thriving business and Restoration service in the Heart of the Old Town in Hastings. It is situated on the High Street between Courthouse and Roebuck Street, accessible forvehicles through out the day. Open 6 days a week, Thursday-Tuesday, 11-6pm the shop is convenient for locals to arrange valuation or House Clearance arrangements by Sue Bower before trading hours, and open for Retail or browsing by customers returning from work.
Situated in the Old Town in Hastings, the shop is found at the foot of the historic West Hill lift - which is the steepest funicular railway in the United Kingdom - and is surrounded by a wide rangeof independent shops, cafes and restaurants. The Clockwork Crow is an ever-changing source of specially selected antiques, architectural items and curiosities which will help you to make your house a home and your garden an inviting haven to relax in.
Established in 1996, although we specialise in fully restored French antique beds, we embrace all that is French including French antiques, vintage and painted furniture, chandeliers, mirrors anddecorative items. All the beds shown come complete with bespoke fitted wood and upholstered bases and optional pocket sprung matresses. Our barn at home is also full of an interesting array of very different beds to those pictured.
Herbert Gordon Gasson Antiques are based in the historic town of Rye. Rye is one of the famous 'Cinque Ports' and renowned for its antique shops as well as its antique buildings and streets. There aremany antique shops in Rye and of course England is famous for antiques. The Sussex Countryside in England is probably one of the most focussed antique areas. East Sussex in England is particularly well known for having an enormous number of old or early English antiques.