Antiques Centre Welcomes New Dealers
4 April 2019
A Bridgnorth antiques centre is expanding its range of stock thanks to the arrival of six new dealers.
The Old Mill Antiques Centre in Mill Street, Low Town already has some fifty dealers trading on four floors and the new vintage additions are set to enhance the existing range of antiques and collectables.
“We are delighted to welcome our six new dealers on board, they will be selling a wide selection of varied items,” said Old Mill director John Ridgway.
“Our stands and cabinets are all numbered so customers can easily tell staff what they would like to see or buy.“
New stand C015 specialises in small collectable items with an oriental twist, period bronze vases, intricate Cloisonne pieces and jade carvings, plus a range of mid century glassware.
“B025 has a mixed selection of small pieces of furniture dated between around 1900 and the 1970s, including miniature chairs, telephone seats, occasional tables that have been revitalisedand fabric remnants.
“B012 has a French theme, with stunning gilt wood and gesso armchairs, mirrors and other small and very attractive items.
“B022 is a traditional antiques unit with Staffordshire figurines, display cabinets and other items in country house style, plus some very impressive large paintings, some dated as 18th century, and garden antiquities.
“C035 offers coloured glass, mostly from the former Czech republic, plus Murano and Medina, and also select pottery pieces from Anita Harris.
“C002 has a mix of Art Deco and Art Nouveau items, with some silver and ceramics including Copenhagen bears and Coalport lamps and also some silver jewellery and figures.”
The Old Mill Antiques Centre is open seven days a week, from 10am until 5pm.
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