Last updated November 29th, 2020
S Marchant & Son is a third-generation company specialising in fine antique Chinese and Japanese porcelain, pottery, jades, furniture and other works of art. Their main speciality is porcelain, especially Imperial, famille verte and 16th and 17th century blue and white china.
Note: Owing to temporary closures the times below may not accurately reflect current opening hours.
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Patrick Sandberg has two large shops in Kensington Church Street, one of London’s premier sites for antique shopping, where he offers one of the largest and most comprehensive collections of fine 18th century Georgian and early 19th century Regency period English furniture in Central London. Pieces typically stocked include dining tables and chairs, library tables and chairs, console tables, pedestal desks, bookcases, mirrors, linen presses, and sideboards.