Dating doulton lambeth pottery
Telephone: 07507416018We have now closed our shop, after 25 years in King Street, Bakewell.
We established our business in 1972 and became members of LAPADA and CINOA 26 years ago.
We exhibit at various fairs including, Stafford Bingley Hall, Harrogate (Bowmans), and Antiques for everyone, NEC.
Viewing outside of fairs by appointment only please.
We are open 10am - 5pm Monday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Telephone: 01332 405366Well established Antique furniture dealers specialising in 18th to early 20th Century High Quality antique furniture.
Opening Times Mon-Fri 9am-5.30pm, Sat Sat 10-2pm (later by appointment), Open sundays by appointment, most Sundays we are available but please ring before visiting.
Shop open: Tuesday - Friday 9.30 - 5pm, Saturday 10-4pm.
Telephone: 07557764633We carry a wide range of quality French items, including figures, bronzes, ceramics, glass, lighting and clocks, 1850 to 1950, with a strong emphasis on the Art Deco, and Art Nouveau periods.
Valuations, finding and gift matching service and prop rentals. Telephone: 01663 733678Vintage compacts, vanities, cigarette cases & accessories. Telephone: 07506 348550A family owned and run business selling Antique Furniture, Fine china, Silver and clocks.
We also have Vintage Collectables and a hand made craft section. The ground floor now incorporates Madhatters Tea Rooms. Telephone: 07772109200A varied and interesting web based site offering early artifacts, rings, coins and collectables.
Telephone: 07717153409Double fronted georgian property, antiques arranged over 4 floors, established in 1998, large, wide ranging stock encompassing furniture, clocks & works of art. Parking opposite, easy location, 50 yards from Newark Castle.
Services include restoration & valuations for insurance or probate. Collections arranged from Newark main line station. Telephone: 01636 701877We are private dealers based near Matlock in Derbyshire, specialising in small silver items from the late 18th. We also deal in ceramics mainly late 19th to mid 20th century including Royal Worcester, Hadley, Derby patch and Royal Doulton.