10th June 2019

TAKE A PEW!

If you’re looking for some unusual seating for a sitting room, kitchen or even hallway then the Old Mill Antiques Centre might have just the thing!

We recently acquired a large selection of church pews which always look great in any home.

The pews, made from pitch pine, date from the late 1890s and were taken from a church in Kidderminster to make way for more modern seating for the congregation.

“The pews are in excellent condition, having been very well looked after for many years, and we have 18 for sale,” said Old Mill owner John Ridgway 

“These are some of the nicest church pews we have sold at the Old Mill and we are expecting them to sell quickly - so if you want one do come along and see us soon!”.

The Old Mill Antiques Centre is open seven days a week, from 10am until 5pm.

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29 April 2019

ANTIQUES CENTRE EASTER RAFFLE NETS CHARITY CASH

A charity raffle for a hamper full of Easter goodies held at Bridgnorth’s Old Mill Antiques Centre has raised more than £400.

The draw, for a vintage Fortnum and Mason hamper filled with Easter eggs and other treats, was held throughout March and April to raise funds for the Samaritans.

“The eggs and other treats were donated by local supermarkets Tesco and the Co-Op and members of staff,” said Old Mill director John Ridgway.

“We made a grand total of £440 and would like to thank Tesco, the Co-Op, centre staff, dealers and customers for their support”

The draw was made by Old Mill visitors Hollie O’Sullivan, aged six, and her sister Keira O’Sullivan (11).

The Old Mill Antiques Centre, in Mill Street, Low Town is open seven days a week from 10am until 5pm.

The draw was made by Old Mill visitors Hollie O’Sullivan, aged six, and her sister Keira O’Sullivan (11).

The draw was made by Old Mill visitors Hollie O’Sullivan, aged six, and her sister Keira O’Sullivan (11).

19 March 2019

THE EAGLE HAS LANDED . . .

An unusual vintage chair featuring an impressive carved golden eagle has landed in Bridgnorth!

The chair, which flew in to the Old Mill Antiques Centre in Low Town earlier this week, is described by centre owner John Ridgway as the most unusual chair he has ever seen in more than forty years of trading!

“This very ornate chair came all the way from France and is definitely something I have never sold or even seen before,” said Mr Ridgway.

“It is around a hundred years old and it is really very attractive, something totally different that is bound to attract the attention of our customers.

“The chair is being sold by one of our new dealers, Carolle Lee Jones, who specialises in vintage French furniture.”

The Old Mill Antiques Centre, in Mill Street, Low Town, Bridgnorth is open seven days a week from 10am until 5pm.

 

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