The working title for this was 'A-Z of Antique Dealers', I thought that was too worrisome as I was inevitably going to miss people out. So I thought no one could argue with 'Terrific Dealers'.

Here is the list of people whose website's I check a lot and always keep me inspired & excited with the pieces they source. I will be continually updating the list, so do check back when you remember!



Adam Bray

What Period Do you mainly collect? 

I can’t really collect, its not in my DNA, I tend to buy things I see across a crowded room that make my pulse rate quicken regardless of period or culture. I do live with some of the things I buy but most things find their true home sooner or later. 

Price Range?

We sell things from £200

Favourite Piece on the website at the moment?

My favourite thing at the moment is a ‘vide poche’ ( something to empty you pockets into when you take off your trousers) attributable to Francois Arnal of Atelier A, it's a great piece of Parisian late 1960s atmosphere; Pop Art, Anarchy and with a lovely un messed about with original surface.


Website -www.adambray.info/Shop

Instagram - @adambraydesigns

Almásy Antiques-


What Period Do you mainly collect?: For me, the period is non-consequential. An object must have the best original colour, the right form and of course be in some way enlightening.


Price Range?:

The wonderful joy of collecting is that it can be done on any budget!


Favourite Piece on the website at the moment? (could you send a picture)?:

Alhambra Gazelle Vase - The newly re-discovered storage jars at the Alhambra palace became iconic symbols of Spain’s Islamic past in the early 1800s. A new wave of erudite tourists with a craze for historicist styles propelled potters in Manises to revive the 14th-century technique of lustre ceramics and reproduce smaller souvenir versions.

Instagram - @almasyantiques & Website - www.almasy.co.uk


AU Bespoke-


What Period Do you mainly collect?: 1970’s


Price Range?: £100- £4,500


Favourite Piece on the website at the moment? Vintage Metafora Luella & Massimo Vignelli for Martinelli Table.


Instagram - @aubespokestudio & Website - www.aubespoke.com

Anemone Interiors -


What Period Do You Mainly Collect?

I have a love for midcentury Italian pieces and American 80s, pastels, punks and beautifully curved Italian chairs with brass legs.


Price Range?: My price point is candle holders priced at £65 or my most recent design is Sicilian Moro heads priced at £325. The most expensive is around £2500. 


Favourite Piece on the website at the moment? My most treasured piece at the moment would have to be my Sicilian heads as I designed these myself.


Instagram - @anemone_interiors

Website -www.anemoneinteriors.co.uk

Cart House -

What Period Do You Mainly Collect? Early 20th century is our go-to period, but more recently we’ve been finding some good 19th-century pieces.


Price Range? From a French confit pot at £60 up to a glazed cabinet £780.


Favourite Piece on the website at the moment? Belgian Still Life


Instagram - @cart_house

Website - www.cart-house.com

Chair Boy -


What Period Do you mainly collect?: 20th Century Design

Price Range?: Depending on the piece, Homeware may start from around £60 up to the bigger furniture items around £800. Furniture pieces usually vary between £100-£800 at the moment.

Favourite Piece on the website at the moment? (could you send a picture)?: At the moment and available, 'Pair of metal chain-link chairs'


Instagram - chairboy_london

Website - www.chairboylondon.com

Committee of Taste -


What Period Do you mainly collect?

Period is a difficult one because we mix 19c with post-war mid 20c 

I particularly like humble honest CC41 utility furniture alongside vernacular rustic pieces.


Price Range?

£30-£300 


Favourite Piece on the website at the moment? The wooden bowl that is carved out tree trunk


Instagram - @committee_of_taste


Dudley Waltzer-


What Period Do you mainly collect?: Postmodernism


Price Range?: £60 - £2,000

Favourite Piece on the website at the moment?

Compás Desk by Pedro Miralles Claver


Website - www.dudleywaltzer.com

Instagram - @dudleywaltzer

French Loft -


What period do you mainly collect?

We mostly sell 18th and 19th-century French country antiques.


Price Range?

£500 - £1,000


Favourite Piece?

Pair of French carved console tables



Website - www.frenchloft.com

Instagram - @frenchloft

In Da Cottage


What Period Do you mainly collect?

We collect & sell anything from Georgian through to continental 20th century

Price Range?

Typically £10.00 - £3500 at the moment

Favourite Piece on the website at the moment?

Pair of French Road Signs.

Webiste - www.indacottage.co.uk

Instagram - @indacottage

Kernow Furniture

What Period Do you mainly collect?

19th Century


Price Range?

£200 - £2000


Favourite Piece on the website at the moment?

William IV Mahogany Sideboard


Website - www.kernowfurniture.co.uk

Instagram - @kernowfurniture

Mid Century & Co

What period do you mainly collect?

Our main period which we chase is 1970-80


Price Range?

£350 - £1000


Favourite piece on the website at the moment?

McGuire Pencil Reed Bamboo wheat-sheaf Table with Set of 4 Carver Dining Chairs 1970s


Website - Mid Century & Co

Morgan Jackson-


What period do you mainly collect?

I mainly deal in 1950s-70s.


Price Range?

£100 - £2000.

Favourite piece on the website at the moment?

Vintage Op Art Wall Sculpture


Website - www.morganjackson.co

Instagram - @morganjacksonlondon

Puckharber


What period do you mainly collect?

Eclectic mix of 18th, 19th, and 20th-century antiques and art.


Price Range?

£35 - £6500


Favourite piece on the website at the moment?

Rene Malaval Chairs


Website - www.puckhaberdecorativeantiques.com

Instagrams - @puckhaberdecor and @mrs_puckhaber

Punch The Clock


What period do you mainly collect?

20th century but just started dipping into the 19th.

Price Range?

£40-£2,000