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The word antiques creates varying images for different people, from antique furniture to artwork and accessories, it is a world where there is an unrivalled array of choice, interest and intrigue that so many people get great joy from. Be it the sense of history, the style or quality of a particular period that simply cannot be found in modern furniture, antique furniture is special in that it can hold something for everyone.

This may be one of the reasons that people choose antique furnishings and accessories, whether furnishing their home, or a commercial space as seen with many hospitality venues today. Antiques are a great addition to interiors, offering timeless quality and a unique look, with a hidden story to tell that can convert any clinical space or home into an inviting, laid-back environment with ease.

Having specialised in supplying antiques since 1978, our passion for quality antique furniture remains as strong today as it ever has. Our in-house experts are constantly finding new and interesting antique pieces from all over the world, and here you will find a collection of antique, retro and collectable pieces which are our very latest stock.

If you’d like to see our full stock, visit our main antique and reclaimed furniture section for an instant look at all the pieces we have to offer. Whether you’re looking for an 18th century oak table, or perhaps some retro chairs, our entire range offers high quality furnishings for the home or a commercial setting.

Our in-house experts are on hand to discuss which items would most suit the look you’re trying to achieve. You’re also very welcome to visit our warehouse in Stafford to see all our beautiful antique furniture first hand.

Please note that the items you’ll find in our Antique and Reclaimed section are sold on an ‘as is’ basis. Any statement by ourselves as to the origin, age and provenance is a statement of opinion. If you do have any questions or would like to arrange a visit, please get in touch.

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