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Lapada

Lapada The golden chandelier symbol displayed in a window or at a fair, is the sign of membership of LAPADA, the Association of Art & Antiques Dealers. Since its inception in 1974, LAPADA's membership has grown to over 600 members making it the largest association of professional art and antiques dealers in the United Kingdom. Membership is only open to those who meet the Association's requirements as to experience, quality of stock and knowledge of their subject.

Website: Lapada

Westland London

Westland London The golden chandelier symbol displayed in a window or at a fair, is the sign of membership of LAPADA, the Association of Art & Antiques Dealers. Since its inception in 1974, LAPADA's membership has grown to over 600 members making it the largest association of professional art and antiques dealers in the United Kingdom. Membership is only open to those who meet the Association's requirements as to experience, quality of stock and knowledge of their subject.

Website: Westland London

The Antique Warehouse

The Antique Warehouse Anne and Martin Tillett began selling antiques from their antique shop in Blackheath which they opened in August 1984. Shortly after this event they opened a second shop at 9-12 Deptford Broadway. It was at this time that antiques became fashionable, and because of the great demand they again expanded into the adjacent premises of nos 13-14 Deptford Broadway.

Website: The Antique Warehouse

Coromandel Antique Restoration

Coromandel Antique Restoration We are specialists in high quality antique box, tea caddy and tortoiseshell restoration in the UK. We restore and repair a wide range of small antiques and collectibles, particularly those made from or decorated with tortoiseshell, ivory, bone, mother of pearl, horn, shibayama, rosewood, ebony and other specialty woods.

Website: Coromandel Antique Restoration

Antique Glass

Antique Glass Antique Glass has a constantly changing stock of antique English glassware from the 18th & early 19th centuries: decanters, carafes, jugs, plain, engraved & cut, collectors' drinking glasses with baluster, air, incised & opaque twist stems, Silesian & facet-cut stems, drams, glasses for sherry & port, deceptive glasses, firing glasses, ale & champagne flutes, tumblers, rummers, goblets, tazzas, sweetmeat & jelly glasses, curiosities such as lacemaker lamps, toddy lifters, & Nailsea objects; also a selection of Venetian/Murano glass.

Website: Antique Glass


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