Dig Haüshizzle
Dig Haüshizzle is an antique furniture shop, created in late 2010 by Cassandra Linton and Edward Nicholas and is based in Bristol. The idea for Dig Haüshizzle came to us when furnishing our own
Robert Mills
At Robert Mills Ltd, we specialise in the best architectural antiques from the 19th and early 20th centuries. We operate from a 30,000 sq. Over the last twenty years we have saved thousands of
Modern Antiques
We have created a small range which we feel gives a good representation of the golden era of Scandinavian design while allowing us to maintain the highest possible standards. Our products come in
Source Antiques
Source Antiques began trading back in 1994, with owner Rod Donaldson creating, sourcing and supplying contemporary and traditional antiques. In particular we specialise in 20th Century antiques,
Grey-Harris
Gold mounted blue enamel serpent brooch, the serpent's body set with graduated old cut diamonds and ruby eyes. Retailed by Edward Streeter 127 New Bond Street, London, Circa 1860. Original distressed
The Antique Warehouse
The Antiques Warehouse offers a large selection of original Georgian Victorian and Edwardian furniture. The range includes wardrobes, chests, dining tables & sets of chairs, bookcases, sideboards,
Antique Textiles & Lighting
Joanna Proops, the owner of Antique Textiles and Lighthing, has had a lifelong love of beautiful antique fabrics, sewing and embroidery. She was making her own clothes by the age of ten, and has
Bartlett Street Antique Centre
The Centre hosts an ever changing array of fine quality Antiques, Jewellery, Fine Art, Decorator pieces, Coins and Medals, Dolls and Toys, Ethnographica, Ephemera, Antiquities, Clocks and Watches,
Kembery Antique Clocks
We stock very competitively priced Antique Clocks - Antique Longcase clocks (Grandfather clocks), bracket clocks, wall clocks, tavern, lantern, carriage clocks and mantel clocks, antique music boxes
Hubert Antiques
Hubert Antiques are a well established firm who have been in the trade for over twenty years. For nearly a decade he lived in France as a trade only dealer where he scoured the continental antiques