Antiquated Antiques specialise in decorative antique furniture including English French and Scandinavian original painted furniture such as antique linen presses, corner cupboards, dressers, serving tables, chairs, boxes and mirrors. They also offer a great range of antique rocking horses and upholster sofas and chairs.
Situated at the southern end of the town with convenient access directly from the main public car park, Augustus Brandt is an impressive showroom set in the inspirational surroundings of the Grade II listed, Newlands House.
With over 17 rooms to explore you will discover a collaboration of creativity and carefully curated objets, bridging antique and contemporary furniture, artworks and collectables. The building is also home to a wonderful retail shop selling a range of objects from renowned London designers, including Linley we well as dinnerware, crystal glassware, childrens toys and even pet accessories.
In addition the company create a range of bespoke furniture from statement dining tables to lighting and home accessories.
Tel: 01798 344722
Monday – Saturday, 10am – 5.30pm
Augustus Brandt Showroom, Newlands House, Pound Street, Petworth
West Sussex, GU28 0DX
Augustus Brandt Lifestyle Shop
Lifestyle Shop: 01798 651009
Located opposite the grounds of Petworth house, in a 16th century listed building. Selling a varied selection of antiques and unusual items from tiny Vienna bronze figures to large unique furniture
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At Bellmans we pride ourselves on providing first-class customer care and a unique selling environment. Our experienced team of specialists and consultants provide accurate and professional advice to our clients.
When items are consigned for entry into either our Antiques and Interiors Auction or our Saturday Sale, they are fully illustrated online both on www.bellmans.co.uk and www.the-saleroom.com. They are also detailed in our catalogues, which are complementary when your lot is being sold.
For your convenience and peace of mind our expansive facilities offer 27,000 square feet of selling and short-term storage space, including a dedicated viewing room for Silver, Jewellery and Oriental Works of Art, a secure yard for storage and sale of Furniture and Garden Statuary, internal and external CCTV security and a large car park. We have disabled parking facilities and easy wheelchair access. We even have a fork-lift truck on site to take care of your heavy items!
With the owner Sarah's experience, passion and knowledge, your visit will consist of more than just purchasing an item, Sarah can give you useful advice on colour schemes, room layouts and which pieces have good chemistry with one another.
We stock an ever-changing collection of furniture, mirrors, lamps, china & glassware, prints and throws, together with faded fabrics from Kate Forman and Susie Watson.
Robert Dickson and Lesley Rendall, both members of the BADA, have been dealing in antiques in the Fulham Road, Chelsea, for thirty and twenty years respectively and have relocated to Petworth, West Sussex.
The stock is largely 20th century furniture, lighting, mirrors, sculpture and selected objects of quality. Also carefully chosen art, paintings and decorative items. There is an eclectic mix of stock covering the 18th century to the modern day.
The theme for the business going forward from London will be a true mixture of periods, brought together to offer a style of decoration that is not studied, but stylish and with a contemporary feel.
Established in 1980, Forest Gallery enjoys an excellent reputation as one of the best galleries in the South-East.
Specialising in original paintings in both traditional and contemporary styles, Forest Gallery aims to find a wide variety of artwork from the UK and abroad. Originally situated in Dorking before establishing itself in Guildford for almost 30 years, the gallery is now located in the picturesque town of Petworth, West Sussex on the famous Lombard Street.
Heather Denham has been established since 1970 in antiques and decorative furniture. Her shop ‘Heather Denham Antiques’ is a wonderful mix of English & Continental 18th, 19th and 20th century furniture including chandeliers, mirrors and soft furnishings with the decorator in mind.
She has worked with many top designers in England and on the continent to find special pieces for country houses and distinct town properties as well as locating items for customers in their homes and mixing antiques with the trendy look which her shop represents.
John Bird Antiques was founded in the early 1970's and is a well established source for dealers and decorators in the UK and abroad. Our wealth of experience and knowledge helps us to find a wide selection of both classic and unusual items with an emphasis on good colour and form that sits comfortably in both period and contemporary interiors.
Now situated at the Wharf Farm, Billingshurst and within the Petworth Antique Market in the heart of the historical market town of Petworth, John Bird is a member of the Petworth Business Association. We also frequently exhibit at the Decorative Antique and Textile Fair at Battersea Park.
John has acted as a furniture vetter on various antique fair vetting committees, including the Decorative Antique and Textile Fair, Penman Antiques Fairs and the Olympia International Art and Antiques Fair.
John's passion for aesthetics is not restricted solely to interiors, he is an avid gardener and has been integral in many landscaping and renovation projects. He is happy to provide consulations and any ongoing services in order to help you obtain the garden you desire.
Kevis House Gallery presents a changing programme of art exhibitions, focusing on works on paper: drawings, watercolours, photographs and original prints.
Kevis House Gallery is on the ground floor of the building that housed the studio of Victorian photographer Walter Kevis from 1877 – 1908. It is located in Petworth’s famous cobbled Lombard Street, 2 minutes walk from Petworth House, at the Market Square end of Lombard Street, opposite The Hungry Guest Café.
Kiki Design offers a tailored look that encompasses a range of styles. Stocking both traditional and decorative antiques as well as C20th design and furniture, unique items and artwork.
Kiki Design’s aim is to offer pieces which will work in all types of interiors, be it town or country houses, or cosy cottages and minimalist flats.
Collection sourced from across Europe.
Kissed by Betty is an eclectic mix of bespoke furniture, lighting, rugs and unique accssories for the home.
Wednesday - Saturday 10.30am - 5.00pm
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Tel - 07734865690
The Moncrieff-Bray Gallery is a spectacular 120 square metre converted barn and landscaped gardens with stunning views over the Rother Valley and South Downs. It opened in 2005 to hold regular exhibitions of contemporary painting and sculpture.
Prior to running the gallery Elspeth Moncrieff worked for several years as a curator at the Victoria and Albert Museum before becoming Deputy Editor first of the Antique Collector and then Apollo Magazine. From 1996-2004 she was the Art Market Correspondent for The Art Newspaper building up a wealth of experience about the art market.
On moving to Sussex with a young family she decided to renovate the derelict farm yard beside house and open a gallery. Beginning with two recent graduates of the West Dean College MA course Tim Kent and Pippa Blake the gallery has continued to grow and expand showing living, British artists and sculptors drawn from all corners of the British Isles. Work is selected with a commitment to quality, integrity and originality from both established and emerging artists and the gallery is delighted that artists and sculptors they nourished and showed at an early stage in their career have gone on to gain an international audience.
In keeping with our country location we have a strong interest in landscapes and seascapes as well as interiors and still lives and our artists could be described as hovering between abstraction and figuration with a strong feeling for the environment and their immediate surroundings, whether it be a domestic interior or a wild coastline.
We have built up a loyal following of clients who have remained faithful to the gallery returning to our annual summer exhibition which is a high light of the year as guests enjoy our selection of sculpture in a natural setting beyond the confines of a gallery with wonderful views across the Rother valley.
The gallery prides itself on its relaxed and welcoming approach, dogs and children are always welcome. It is a destination on its own right, but also less than ten minutes from Petworth with its wealth of art and antique shops. We look forward to welcoming you to this surprising destination - a gallery of West End quality located half a mile down a farm track in the heart of the South Downs National Park.
Gallery is open by appointment until Christmas. Please telephone Elspeth if you would like to visit. 07867978414.
Please check the website before visiting.
Woodruffs Farm, Egdean
Nr. Petworth, West Sussex, RH20 1JX
The Gallery is located on Woodruffs Lane on the A283 two miles from Petworth and 3.6 miles from Pulborough.
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Nigel Williams has been established in Petworth for over twelve years, specialising in items of antique silver.
Many silver items are of historical interest, illustrating changing lifestyles through the Georgian, Victorian, Edwardian and later periods – as well as representing decorative silver design movements including the Aesthetic movement, Arts & Crafts, Art Nouveau and Art Deco. On occasion there may be items of additional interest to collectors of, for example, Colonial, Scottish, Irish, Chinese and Russian silver.
Patch Rogers showroom is full of historical interior inspiration with accent pieces from the Arts & Crafts Movement, Art Nouveau, Art Deco through to design Present Day. Furniture, textiles, mirrors and lighting for the home by designers including William Morris, Archibald Knox, Heals and Liberty are beautifully presented at Gosdenheath Barn, near Petworth.
Patch Rogers also has a permanent concession on the fourth floor at Liberty, Regent Street, London. As well as showcasing key pieces from the Arts & Crafts Movement, Patch also organises the Liberty Annual Arts & Crafts Selling Exhibition, which runs from mid-May through to mid-June.