We stock a large range of both antique and collectible china, silver, pictures, furniture, jewelery and interesting small collectors pieces.
We are happy to give advice whether you're looking for yourself, or as a gift, and answer any questions you may have.
Below is a small collection of items currently available in the shop. If you are interested or have any questions about any of them, Please contact us on.
Please note that although the website is updated regularly, some items may no longer be available. So please contact us first.
Orange carnival glass bowl. decorated with leaves and acorns.
jewellery box. with original silk lining and fitted top tray.
Brass oil lamp with white glass shade.
Mahogany sewing box, with blue velvet and hidden letter compartment. The lock works and has a key.
Mahogany dressing table mirror with three drawers.
Map of Northamptonshire by Richard Blume circa 1673 from his atlas "Britannia"
Richard Blume 1635- 1705 was a UK publisher and cartographer working out of London.
Georgian mahogany chest on chest, with dental moulding round the top, bracket feet and brass swan neck handles.
Walnut coffee table with three drawers. The top and the drawer fronts are veneered with burr walnut and boxwood banding.
Pair of porcelain oval beveled mirrors, decorated with cherubs and roses. both in good condition.
Curved mahogany wall mounted corner cupboard with two shelves.
Walnut drop leaf table with fig leaf carved legs. On original white castors.
Mahogany bedside table.
Cold painted bronze lamp of a pair of pheasants in a tree, on a onyx base.
Silver cruet set 1913 by James Deakin & Sons, of Sheffield. All with blue glass inserts.
Nest of three leather topped oak tables.
Mahogany three tier folding cake stand.
Four hand blown cranberry glasses.
Silver plate oval tray with engraved base and open fret gallery.
Walnut chest of drawers with boxwood banding and bracket feet.
Free standing dressing table mirror with beveled glass.
the frame is wood and plaster.
A book of poetry turned into an inkwell with cut glass bottle and leather covered lid.
A framed poem "The 20th century fox" by Christopher Curtis with illustrations by John Tucker.
Mahogany chest of drawers with Georgian brass plain loop handles and bracket feet. All the locks work off the same key
height 37 inches
width 43 inches
depth 16.5 inches
Mahogany hall table with gilded brass detail .The top is inlaid with a bunch of flowers in different types of fruit wood on a parquet style background.
Pair of silver serving spoons 1784. By Thomas Liddiard.
Edwardian inlaid mahogany display table with boxwood string banding and square tapered legs and cross streacher.
Pair of mahogany turned candle sticks with brass inserts
Rosewood Canterbury with single drawer and three sections. The whole piece is hand painted with flowers and sits on its original castors.
Naval print of 1st class battleship, H.M.S Victoria by William Fredrick Mitchell.
Born in Calshot in 1845 and died in Ryde, Isle of Wright 1914. He was a British artist commissioned to paint many naval and merchant ships. Principally working in watercolour but some where painted in oils. You can find many in the British maritime museum.
Silver fronted picture frame with faded blue velvet back.
Mahogany card table with a flame mahogany top, banded with rosewood, tulipwood and boxwood. The base is also inlaid with boxwood and rosewood. The inside is lined in green felt.
Pair of silver single stem vases. 1910
Silver plate and cranberry glass sugar shaker.
Silver Vesta case.
Mahogany table top letter rack with single drawer, roll top cover and brass inlay.
Cranberry glass trinket dish.
Ebonised writing slope with engraved brass banding and initials (C,G). The interior is rosewood with open fret letter rack and bottle green tooled velvet slope.
Pale blue silver topped perfume bottle with stopper, Made in Paris £90
Miniature Georgian mahogany chest of drawers with brass handles and bracket feet.
Small round silver tray with feet. Sheffield 1958. By Stone Brothers Ltd.
Victorian pair of mahogany
bedside tables with mock drawer fronts, inlayed with flame mahogany. The cupboards have a single static shelve. £1150
Mahogany secretary desk with turned legs and original casters. the two drawers to the front have turned handles.
Edwardian silver five flute epergne, 1908. By William Hutton & Sons Ltd.
Georgian Pale oak low boy on pad feet. with three drawers each with brass handles.
Mahogany bow front chest of drawers with brass loop handles decorated with three feathers inside a crown.
Mahogany large campaign writing slope. with green leather and secret hidden drawers. No ink bottles.
A folding map of the coach roads of England and Wales. published on 12th April 1809.
Oak umbrella stand with metal tray.
Burr walnut veneered covered desk with a green tooled leather top, and four drawers with wooden handles, the bottom one being double the depth of the others.