We stock a wide range of Cornwall antiques at our showroom including Georgian, Edwardian and Victorian furniture, with an extensive range of antique furniture like chairs in a wide variety of styles,tables, cabinets, barometers and clocks and much more. Our showroom is based in Wadebridge, and is the largest antique shops in Cornwall and one of the largest in the westcontry with a total of over 13,000 square feet on offer. It is located centrally within the town with easy parking close by.
They have been dealing in antiques in Cornwall for over thirty years and have spent the last fifiteen years trading in their current location, the historic Coinage Hall in Truro, Cornwall. Terry andMargaret are extremely knowledgeable in the world of antiques and they will be able to answer any questions you may have.
The Old Palace has been home to a thriving Antiques business since the 1970's. Moving here in 2003, we had already been trading in the small cornish village of Polperro and took this opportunity toexpand our business into Lostwithiel, the 'Antiques Capital' of Cornwall. Over the past ten years we have evolved our shop, combining traditional country furniture with quirky and unusual interior pieces, from the 17th to the 20th centuries.
We are a husband and wife partnership who commenced trading in 1986 in Lostwithiel Cornwall where we owned a shop at the bottom of Fore Street in The Parade Square. In 1993 we concentrated more on therestoration side of the business and operated from a workshop close to the River Fowey. We also have been exhibitors at the Newark International Antiques fair and also at Shepton Mallet.
We have been dealing in antique furniture and related items for over 25 years and regularly show at St Mellion and Wadebridge antique fairs. Items are also available for viewing at our workshop. Wealso have an outlet at The Stannary gallery in Tavistock.
The Truro Auction Centre was formed in 1990 by local Auctioneer Martyn Rowe, setting up business in the centre of Truro. Business from the outset was extremely busy holding at least one auction a weekwith General Household Sales every Thursday and conducting specialised Antique & Picture Sales and Collectors Sales alternately each month.
Mary and Terry welcome you to their shop Old Town Hall Antiques opened in 1986. On display are two floors of English furniture and decorative items from the 18th to the mid 20th centuries. We have alarge workshop on the premises where ‘Old Terry' and ‘Young Garry' ensure that all furniture is fit for the home and sensitively restored where necessary. We also have a store near the shop.
Mr. Scarecrow's Attic is a family business run by me - Nadeem, my wife - Rowan and our son Robert, who has recently joined us in the business, which we are very happy about. What started as a secondhand shop in 1998 has evolved into well, something rather different! We both genuinely love old, well made furniture and are always on the lookout for new pieces. On a trip to visit family in Nottingham we found a beautiful European dresser with bottle green glass doors.
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,various piano stools, retro 1950's cocktail bar, Edwardian chaise longue, hall stands, monks bench, marble columns, variety of dining tables & sets of dining chairs.
Plymouth Auction Rooms is a family run business established by Paul and Sharon Keen in 1992. The team have a wealth of experience enabling them to provide a professional, friendly and efficientauctioneering and valuation service. Paul has some 30 years' experience in the auction business and has appeared on BBC television, local and national radio. He is also regularly featured in the Westcountry media - with regular newspaper columns and editorial features.