(Above photo - Canonbury Antiques - Hertfordshire Interiors and Decorative Arts )
Our Canonbury Antiques Hertfordshire showroom is open to the public. We ask if you would to view anything specifically you contact us first as some of our goods are in storage and we may require some warning before getting them on display. We would hate for you to make a wasted journey!
(Above photo - Canonbury Antiques - 30 minutes north of London )
Most of the pieces are on display in our large warehouse which is situated just north of London in the Hertfordshire countryside (just outside Potters Bar). Althought it's definitely worth contacting ahead of your visit to make sure it's physically on display here.
We are easy to find as we are right where the M25 meets the A1 in Hertfordshire directly north of London. The journey time from central London in car is forty minutes. We are also accessible via train and the nearest station is Potters Bar.
(Above photo - Take a pew in our Canonbury Antiques showroom )
We have been in business since the 1960s and we specialise in art deco furniture, English and continental antiques, bronzes, decorative arts, architectural salvage and everything to do with the world of interiors. We have a large section outside where we have our items for the garden including large fountains, bronze statues, cast iron marble and stoneware (sculptures, urns, busts, vases) and a range of big bronze animals. We look forward to welcoming you and please let us know if you have any questions.
(Above photo - French Boulle Cabinet - Marquetry Inlay Antique Sideboard Serve )
(Above photo - Silver Plate Centrepiece - Sheffield Epergne Cut Glass Stand Dish Bowl )
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