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
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
Aurora Period Lighting
An antique chandelier, crystal in design of French or Italian origin is a truly beautiful thing to behold. We have an excellent selection including pairs and they are mostly brass or bronze
D J Taylor Restorations
With 25 years experience, Dominic Taylor is an expert in the field of furniture restoration and antique repairs. Both modern and antique furniture pieces undertaken, Dominic works from spacious
Talbot House
If you have not visited us before, you will be delighted at the wide variety of items housed under the roof of this beautiful 17th Century Grade II Listed Town House with a Georgian facade which has
Bridge Road Antiques
Bridge Road Antiques is an independent antique shop, situated in the village of East Molsey, on the banks of the River Thames. Specialising in furniture, vintage clothing, furs, taxidermy and assorted
Heath-Bullock Interiors
Heath-Bullock Interiors is a third generation family business founded in 1954 by the current Chairman's father, Arthur Heath-Bullock. Originally located in Guildford, with a second shop on the King's
Antiquado
Welcome to Antiquado, we supply restored and shabby chic furniture and giftware, we hand select pre loved pieces of french and hard wood english furniture, some pieces are restored to their former
Bourne Mill Antiques Centre
More than 70 dealers spread over four floors in our unique Bourne Mill building, a real Aladdin's Cave of antiques, vintage, collectables and home wares. Once Farnham's best kept secret, the Bourne
Arkell Antiques
Arkell Antiques is situated in the antiques quarter known as the famous West Street, within the historic market town of Dorking. The shop provides a perfect backdrop for an eclectic mix of period
West Street Antiques
West Street is situated in the historic market town of Dorking in the green & picturesque Surrey Hills. West Street offers one of the most interesting & diverse shopping experiences in Surrey if not
Christique
In 1905 a George William Smith commenced trading as a harness maker and saddler until his demise in 1938, when his daughters - the Misses Annie & Edith Smith - commenced trading as milliners and
Malthouse Antiques
Malthouse Antiques has been established for over 20 years, selling antique furniture and works of Art with an emphasis on quality and originality. The building dates back to the sixteenth century and
Penrose Restoration
Whether you have a cherished antique that needs restoring or a contemporary piece that needs repairing, we should be your first choice. We offer our skilled service to all throughout London and
The Antique Chair
Since then we have sold 100's of chairs in all shapes and sizes and have recently branched out to offer an INTERIOR DESIGN and Furniture Sourcing Service. We can also make curtains, cushions or even
Antique Church Furnishings
We are the top trade supplier of Antique Ecclesiastical Furnishings, furniture, fixtures and fittings in Great Britain, especially Chapel Chairs and Church Chairs and Original Pine or Oak Church Pews.
Harmans Antiques
A great variety of antique furniture from early Georgian to Edwardian period specialising in mahogany, walnut and rosewood. We have a large range of Antique Tables and Chairs always in stock in our
Sunbury Antiques Market
It's over 30 years since our very first Sunbury Antiques Market at Kempton Park took place in 1979 and thanks to the enduring dedication and enthusiasm of founder Sue Cruttenden we've gone from
What Not Antiques
Established back in 1985, What-Not Antiques is one of the largest suppliers of quality furniture in the South of England. With an extensive stock of furniture including leather, pine and oak


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 Surrey instead? Whether it is an independent antique dealer in Surrey 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 Surrey and how to make sure you are getting the best deal for your item. Selling to a local antique dealer in Surrey 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 Surrey instead is significantly easier and simpler. So here are some tips and tricks for how to sell old items to an antique dealer in Surrey and what to expect.

Research an Antique Dealer in Surrey First

Of course, everything starts with good research and finding an antique dealer in Surrey does not make any exception. In addition, when selling to an antique dealer in Surrey, 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 Surrey, 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 Surrey most probably won’t be willing to give you an evaluation for free, and rightly so.

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

When selling items to an antique dealer in Surrey 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 Surrey, 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 Surrey will work. Every antique dealer in Surrey has overhead expenses, even when selling online. With an antique dealer in Surrey, 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 Surrey

When speaking to an antique dealer in Surrey, 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 Surrey as it will be the starting point of the whole negotiation process.