Reindeer Antiques deal in English furniture from the 17th to the early 19th century. They provide a remarkable range of period antiques for connoisseurs, collectors and dealers alike. Based in Kensington Church Street, they display an extensive stock of fine quality antique furnishings. They have an inventory of Queen Anne, Georgian and Regency furniture. A delivery service is also provided.
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The Lacquer Chest sell a wide variety of furniture, antiques and accessories which date from 1700-1960. These include garden and household furniture, ceramics, paintings, prints and fabrics.
The Japanese Gallery deals in original Japanese woodcut prints and works of art as well as a selection of oriental dolls, porcelain and antique items.
Kensington Church Street Antiques Centre deal in British antiquarian glass, bronzes, etchings, pictures and engravings.
Brian Rolleston Antiques specialise in 18th century English furniture.
Established for more than 25 years, David Brower Antiques stock a wide range of antiques – up to 1000 items. They specialise in Meissen, European and Oriental porcelain, French bronzes and Japanese works of art.