Tavistock Antique Centre
ANTIQUE FURNITURE: William IV Linen Press, Georgian, Victorian & Edwardian walnut, mahogany and oak chest of drawers, Waring & Gillows Chest of Drawers, French display cabinet, various book cases,
Antique Furniture
We are a family run business who specialize in the purchase and sale of antique furniture. Our stock consists mainly of mahogany and walnut furniture from the 18th, 19th and early 20th centuries, with
David Battle Antique
David Battle is the only BAFRA accredited member in North Devon and this guarantees the highest standard of craftsmanship and an ethical approach to conservation and restoration. He has been working
Exeter's Antiques
Located on Exeter's historic and picturesque waterfront and surrounded by other attractions. Twenty dealers offering a varied selection of antiques and collectables including; small furniture, china,
Domani
1978, who traded for 20 years from his shop in Petersfield, Hampshire and regularly exhibited at the Olympia Fine Art & Antiques Fairs. In 2003 we decided to open a shop together in Topsham
Brights Of Nettlebed
Brights of Nettlebed is one of the longest established family run classic furniture specialist in the United Kingdom. The business is owned and run by Robert & Henry Stamp, whose family have a
Snapdragon Antiques
We hope after visiting this site, you will call in to meet up with us and see more of what we do. His many local contacts provide a rich and otherwise untapped source of unusual and interesting
A J Dunn Antique
We specialise in the restoration and preservation of antiques as well as buying and selling items of furniture. Using a combination of timeless skills and modern techniques we can restore your beloved
Turners Decoratives
Turners Decoratives is a Devon based company specialising in the sale and restoration of decorative antique furniture, particularly gilt-wood furniture and English and Continental mirrors and frames.
Dartington Antiques
Having visited the restoration workshops many times and had a number of items of furniture restored by Simon Gilboy's team of restorers, the retired naval commander arrived one day at the antique