(Above photo - Georgian Antique Desk - exactly what we are looking for in North London )
If you are based in North London and looking to sell your antiques then we might just be in the market. We are always looking for high end antiques and decorative arts - including Regency, Victorian and Georgian furniture, architectural antiques, art deco, art nouveau, bronzes, high quality porcelain and anything else of interest.
From Rare 1990’s habitat bucket chairs to 19th Century Japanese Tansu Drawers North London’s rich and vast market for antique goods has seen a great increase in sells with a history dating back to the 14th century. The Renaissance Period saw the first important development in London’s Market for antiques whereby a new fashion of collecting decorative old pieces had emerged.
(Above photo - Period art deco furniture - we are particularly interested in )
Both scientific anthropologic and decorative pieces were been bought and showed off by London’s Upper classes all because of their new founded desire to learn and know more about other cultures and thus Neoclassism embedded into the hearts of collectors giving birth to the currently skyrocketing antique business in London. Pieces of Antiques from that era are kept to date in the `Cabinets of curiosities’ which are designated rooms that store beautiful and well-crafted objects that the elite bought back in the day.
(Above photo - This quirky antique Burmese davenport desk - exactly the sort of original piece we are after )
Antiques tend to give a sense of homeyness, quality and grace to a space which only people with a fine taste in art see and with a sell of 2Billion worth of antiques sold in the world every year its with no surprise that the Antique Market is thriving by the decade. A piece of collectable is going from 2000$ to over 80 millions worth In North London today showing an increase of 80% since it first started in the 14th Century.
The London Silver Vaults, Alfie’s Antique Market, Grays Antique Center and Farringdons Jeweler being the leading places to go for antique shopping in London, the internet has made it even easier for buyers to access such commodities from the comfort of their homes.
(Above photo - English dining furniture might be hanging around North London, like this period William IV extending table )
International buyers are now the main customers for London’s antique artefacts and the increased awareness of antique goods selling through fairs such as the Grosvenor House of Antiques Fair in 2009 and the Masterpiece in Mayfair founded in 2010 frieze London in Regents Park formed in order attract consumer of art and antiques from all over the world. Having even more success London’s antique and art events ventured into Asian art In London, Russian Art week, Mayfair art weekend in order to diversify and respond to changing demands in the antique world. This is evident that London is even more capable and equipped in leading in the buying and selling of antiques.
The open of London’s antique Market to the world meant that dealers were increasingly looking to further their antiques in new markets in response to the changing demands but because of centuries of antiques coming to London ,the city is developing to a world leading platform which allows antique markets to flourish with time.
(Above photo - We also specialise in garden furniture and big things for outside - terracotta garden urns )
Different social media platforms offer private collections, museums, which are the best, innovative education resources, and of most definitely a large art industry. In the future stories of Mr. Johnson and his Qianlong Vase will not be as exceptional as now because of London’s rich and long history of how some of the world’s finest treasures have passed into the city through its Antique Market.
If you are based in North London and looking to sell antiques get in touch - areas served include Barnet, Finchley, Islington, Camden, Hampstead, Primrose Hill, Whetstone, Muswell Hill and Crouch End. We are directly north right where the A1 meets the M25 so accessible to all parts of North London.
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