Jupiter Antiques
For over 30 years we have been selling fine English & Continental porcelain to private clients and the trade. We always have a fine stock of early English Factories, be it Worcester, Derby, Chelsea,
Richard Gardner
We will be closed next weekend, Friday 8th May and Saturday 9th May as we will be having a small stand at the Petworth Park Antique Fair where we will be exhibiting a select number of exceptional
Marrin's Bookshop
Established over half a century, we pride ourselves on our personal approach and Patrick Marrin, or a member of our sales staff, will be happy to discuss your requirements. In addition to holding a
Noble Antiques
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 upholstered
Squires Antiques
In 1972 Ann Squires decided to become an antiques dealer. Armed with the kitchen table, £10 of bric-a-brac and her Renault 4 she set up a stall in Faversham, next to the Town Pump. The venture
White Lion Antiques
The White Lion is a Grade II listed former Coaching Inn. The building was opened in 2005 as an Antique Centre after an extensive refurbishment, the building having spent most of its life as a Hostelry
A.R.I Antiques
Current category presents items from Russian Imperial Porcelain as well as Porcelain produced at the private porcelain factories, such as Popov, Kornilov, Batenin, Miklashevky, Gardner. Current
Millers Antiques
Established in Chelsea in 1897, Millers Antiques moved to Ringwood some 40 years ago. The showrooms are set in a Queen Anne house. There is a wide range of English and Continental furniture with an
Sally Turner Antiques
Sally established the business over 25 years ago but, as a third generation antiques dealer, has been dealing for over 40 years. After initially working in the family antiques shop in Gloucestershire,
The Dorking Desk Shop
Dorking's recent claim to fame was the Olympic Road Race in 2012 that went through the town centre and then up and down through the picturesque scenery of Boxhill an exhausting amount of times. The
Wot A Racket
All types of Sporting Antiques Wooden Golf Clubs Antique Gutta Percha Golf Balls. Antique Golf Trophies. Tennis Antiques including Rackets Boxed Balls Medals & Trophies. Old Football, Rugby, Athletics
Carlton Clocks
Our showroom and workshops are located just outside London, UK and we stock a large range of antique clocks and new clocks at very competitive prices. Our on-site team of qualified horologists has
Sussex Sewing Machines
For collectors & enthusiasts of antique sewing machines and great stories. Alex, In a sea of bland, boring sewing machine websites, Sewalot stands head and shoulders above the rest, with real stories,
Warehams
A change of direction in life gave David Pasco an opportunity to venture onto pastures new and now after travelling throughout the UK and Europe amassing affordable stock, it gives him great pleasure
Chart Sutton Antiques Centre
Thinking of gracing your home with something that's unique and full of character and charm? Then come and visit us at Chart Sutton Antiques Centre at Chart Sutton near Maidstone, Kent. We have 25
Kaizen Antiques & Jewellery
Kaizen has been a well established shop in the centre of historic Rochester since 1997, although the proprietor Jason Hunt has been managing the shop on this site since 1988. The shop has a fantastic
The Petersfield Bookshop
The Petersfield Bookshop is a large and rambling bookshop of a kind that is harder and harder to find these days: a browser's paradise. We have every kind of book from modern secondhand paperbacks to
Chantecleer Antiques
Chantecleer opened for business in September 2009 on the site of a long-established antiques showroom. It offers a selection of quality furnishing and collectors' pieces, principally from the 17th,
Antiquedesks.net
OUR BUSINESS: We are a leading Antique Dealer specialising in Fine Antique Desks, Historic Writing Furniture and related Antique Library Furniture (chairs, bookcases etc). Located near Woking in the
Augustus Brandt
We stock beautiful antiques - from French Louis XVI style crystal chandeliers to magnificent carved gilt mirrors, 19th century Absinthe glasses and carved Italian 18th century gilt wood candlesticks.


You have an old item to sell, you need some extra cash and you are wondering what to do in order to get some good money. Instead of listing your item online and waiting for a client to pop up, why don’t you sell to an antique dealer in South East England instead? Whether it is an independent antique dealer in South East England or an antique mall, there are many options you have to sell your item quickly and get some good cash. However, you are maybe wondering how you can find the right antique dealer in South East England and how to make sure you are getting the best deal for your item. Selling to a local antique dealer in South East England saves you extra money from paying the fees you will be charged when selling online or the whole stress of collecting credit card payments from buyers and selling the item. Selling to an antique dealer in South East England instead is significantly easier and simpler. So here are some tips and tricks for how to sell old items to an antique dealer in South East England and what to expect.

Research an Antique Dealer in South East England First

Of course, everything starts with good research and finding an antique dealer in South East England does not make any exception. In addition, when selling to an antique dealer in South East England, don’t expect them to do all the hard work for you and tell you all the in-depth information about the items you are selling and their value. Instead, before you visit an antique dealer in South East England, research and try to find more information about the items you are wanting to sell so you can have a better idea of what price to expect. An antique dealer in South East England most probably won’t be willing to give you an evaluation for free, and rightly so.

Selling to an Antique Dealer in South East England – Expect a Quarter or a Half off the Retail Price

When selling items to an antique dealer in South East England it is very important to have a realistic idea of the money you will be able to get. After you do the important price-research and before you visit the antique dealer in South East England, have a good idea of what price you can get and be prepared to be offered a price usually a quarter to fifty percent off the original or retail price of the items. Don’t be surprised, this is usually how every antique dealer in South East England will work. Every antique dealer in South East England has overhead expenses, even when selling online. With an antique dealer in South East England, you can benefit from quick cash and this is the biggest advantage of this kind of deal.

Be Prepared to State Your Price to an Antique Dealer in South East England

When speaking to an antique dealer in South East England, you should be prepared to share your asking price during the initial talk. It may seem like a bit of a stressful experience, but it is really not and it’s the common practice, so don’t be afraid to state your price to the antique dealer in South East England as it will be the starting point of the whole negotiation process.