We are a well established business, located in the village of White Waltham within the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead. Our workshop and showroom are about 1Ѕ miles from the M4 motorway,about 45 minutes by car from London and 20 minutes from Heathrow airport. Please contact us for details on opening times. Thames Valley Antique Dealers AssociationWe sell mainly English 18th, 19th and early 20th Century (Edwardian) furniture and clocks.
Yes, those big red things you see around the streets. They might be wall-inserts, mounted on posts or as pillar boxes standing tall on their own. They are usually made of heavy cast iron. All our postboxes are originals - all previously owned and used by Royal Mail and, of course, the Post Office (or GPO) before the name change.
Mostly Boxes has been successful for over 30 years as an independent family run Antique Shop. Our success is due to my father Gary's knowledge and experience in selecting exceptional quality antiquescombined with excellent personalised customer service. My aim now with our online presence is to bring those antiques and that personalised experience from the shop, online. Before carrying on I better introduce myself, I am Gary's daughter Sarah.
Established in 1973 and now trading from an eighteenth century townhouse in historic Eton high street, Eton Antiques has evolved from dealing soley in antique furniture, to stocking an interesting andeclectic mix of contemporary furnishings alongside the period pieces on which our reputation has been based. If you are looking for a specific item which has been eluding you, we are happy to search on your behalf through our extensive contacts within the antiques trade.
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 Hostelryand Inn. Over the last 4 years the Centre has re-aligned its core business to reflect changing fashions and tastes, we now consider The White Lion more of a Life Style Centre, with a whole range of goods on offer.
Situated a few miles to the West of High Wycombe in the heart of the Buckinghamshire Chilterns, the business was established in 2002 following a move from nearby Great Missenden. Specialising in theservicing, repair and restoration of mechanical clocks, offering a friendly and professional service to deliver work of the highest standard. Work is undertaken for a wide range of clients, from private customers and collectors, to antique dealers, auction houses and high street jewellers.
We have been established since 1978, dealing in and restoring most antiques, specialising in clocks. We have our own on-site workshops where we carry out specialist restoration work to clocks,including movements, dials and cases. Our shop is well worth a visit if you are interested in any aspect of our business, we have an eclectic mix of antiques and styles for most tastes and budgets.
He started in the workshop as a furniture maker and restorer. After doing that for 14 years he graduated to buying and selling and took over Summers Davis in 1994 with his wife Pamela. Together asco-directors of Summers Davis their reputation and passion for antiques, supported by their specialist knowledge, make for a family led business with a belief for quality at its heart.
The shop is filled with treasures from local estates and from buying trips around the world. In other words, if you want something unusual this is the place to browse. O'Donnells always has aselection of vintage jewellery. Objets d'art and 18th and 19th century furniture and clocks. Due to our quick turnover, please email or phone for details. Look at our New Acquisitions page to see what has just arrived. O'Donnell Antiques guarantee all their pieces to be as described.
In my late teens I started having a stall at local antique fairs and here began my collection of Art Deco ceramics. I think the fascination for me was the bright colours and fantastic shapes. Afteruniversity I decided that I wanted to do a job which I enjoyed. I opened Mainly Deco in 1997 with items that were from my own collection that I could bare to let go! So now 16 years later, I am now married with 2 beautiful girls and very fortunate to still have the shop.