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Facebook review by Emma Gigg
28th Sep 2019
"Antiques Web Design were absolutely fantastic in helping me set up my French Antique Company website. Sharlotte was incredibly helpful and patient and made it so easy for me to achieve the look I wanted. The support I have received since the site has been up and running has been wonderful too. Highly recommended!"
"After my website of 20 years, crashed, I was struggling to build a new one with a Wordpress package but found they were not suitable to retailing large single item inventories. I was recommended to PH9 by Appleby Antiques. Within an hour of my initial email from Sharlotte at PH9, I had received log in details and was building my new site. The templates offered by them are simple enough to use by a novice but versatile enough to create something special. I have been delighted with the results. In addition there are many useful applications built into the design like stock count and email marketing. Furthermore any query sent to Sharlotte in particular, was replied and if needed, actioned in one working day. In conclusion I would most definitely recommend PH9 for anyone in the antiques business"
"When our old website provider informed us they were shutting down their service, we had to look for a new website provider. I knew ph9 were experienced with sites for Antique dealers and we wanted a simple, uncluttered website - easy to maintain and easy for clients to navigate. Antique Web Design by ph9 did the job perfectly, we had an off the shelf website which is a great value product and easily customised. Sharlotte, Rob and the team are always ready to help, with excellent knowledge of their product; the website does exactly what we wanted it to do and any technical difficulties are sorted quickly and efficiently. Very pleased with our decision to choose ph9."
Alveston Fine Art is the sister company to Vanbrugh West Antiques Ltd. Both owned by Fergus Downey. Vanbrugh will be celebrating its 20th year on Portobello Road in 2019. Alveston is currently in its 3rd year Alveston has been set up to promote and support talented artists.
They take the name Haresfur from the famous layered matt glaze that is often found on Scandinavian studio ceramics which has the look of wet animal fur.
Linda & Kevin Hetherington
Antique dealing has been Richard's life, having started over fifty years ago. His knowledge was acquired working for a London Auction House, a Fine Art Dealer and a leading London Inteior Decorator.
At Salisbury Antiques Centre they have a large selection of stock, mostly comprising of English and Continental 18th and 19th Century furniture. They also have a good selection of antique country furniture from both England and France with some more extravagant walnut pieces from the Low Countries.
Salisbury Antiques Centre
Butler's Antiques principal, Robin Butler, joined his family antiques business in 1963, and was elected to the British Antique Dealers' Association in 1970. Robin's interest in antique wine accessories began in 1976 when he started to assemble a collection of such pieces for an exhibition as part of the diamond jubilee celebrations of the BADA two years later. The exhibition was a huge success and his subsequent book "The Book of Wine Antiques", a pioneering work, spawned a fresh branch in the antiques collecting world and one equally appreciated by those whose interest is wine. In 2004 Robin decided to make the business of antique wine accessories a full-time occupation, and his "Great British Wine Accessories 1550 - 1900" was published in September 2009.
Tommy Atkins has long been the name given to the British soldier. Called 'Tommy' by friend and foe alike, the British soldier was respected for his bravery and stoicism. With over 6 million men serving in the British armed forces in WW1 most of us have strong family links to that struggle. Tommy was more than a soldier. He was family, a friend or a neighbour risking his life in defence of his country and believing in the justice of his cause.
Based in East Berkshire, they are a small, family owned business that have been buying and selling high quality antiques through on-line portals and local fairs since 2002. They specialise in the Decorative Arts from 1860-1960 with an emphasis on ceramics and metalwork. The Peacock Room is headed up by its founder Rodger Jensen.
Katharine Pole is based in London and specialises in French antique textiles. Katharine shows 3 times a year and has been featued in many publications, including World of Interiors, House and Gardens, Homes and Gardens, Country Living, Elle Deco and Period Living .
Tim Wharton Antiques was established in 1970 in St Albans Hertfordshire. They have always had a passion for Oak and Country Furniture from the 17th, 18th and early 19th Centuries. Their stock varies from traditional period oak furniture to selected pieces of country furniture in ash, elm, yew, fruitwood and walnut.
F E Anderson and Son is an old established business founded by Fred Anderson in 1908. It is now run by Ian Anderson who succeeded his father David and is thus third generation. Their emphasis is mainly on 17th, 18th and 19th century furniture but we also sell mirrors, metalwork and decorative items-a large and varied stock.
Dealing and specialising in British Gallantry, Honours and Campaign medals. Foreign medals, Badges, Ephemera and Military Antiques. Having spent 30 years in both collecting and dealing at local and specialist Militaria Fairs, buying and selling to private collectors and the public in general and in recent years guided new collectors, young and old.
Passion and Aesthetics have driven French Country Living on their Quest for the last 30 years! Style makers ,fashionistas or Connoisseurs rely on F.CL as their definitive source for unique pieces and beautiful interiors. Maison & Jardin At French Country Living spans the globe and represents the pinnacle of timeless design with a focus on great proportion and design.
Doug & Jean Hill
Georgia Lacey Antiques is based in Royal Tunbridge Wells and is operated by Georgia and her husband Marc. They specialise in fine Swedish painted antiques and European decorative objet d'art.
Baggott Church Street have been trading as antiques dealers from their showrooms in Church Street, The Cotswolds for some 40 years, where they hold a varied stock of 17th, 18th and 19th century English antiques.
Baggott Church Street
Appleby Antiques have been trading since 1986 on the UK fairs circuit and have traded from Portobello Road, London since August 1996, when they also became members of P.A.D.A. (Portobello Antique Dealers Association). They traded at Geoffrey Vans Arcade for 14 years, then Chelsea Galleries for 4 1/2 years before moving to Atlam, at 111 Portobello Road where they share a shop. This has the benefit of being open through the week as well as Saturdays. Over the years they have built up a reputation amongst the trade and collectors around the world.
Sue & Mike Whitts
From simple European hemps woven by farmers in the dark winter months to provide the fabric of everyday life to the elaborate dowry textiles woven by women in the Chinese Minority groups to celebrate the wedding of a beloved son or daughter. Some of the weaving techniques are dying out as younger generations haven't the patience to learn them. Whilst the designs themselves carry ancestral stories going back hundreds of years which could also be lost. Penny likes to find uses for these textiles so their beauty and craftsmanship can still be admired, either by making them into cushions and lampshades or simply mounting them on a frame as a piece of wall art.
Geoffrey Stead studied Interior Design at the Central School of Art in Londonhe then became an Interior Design Consultant for a major retail store, eventually opening and running a successful antiques department. He left the comapny in 1972 & founded Geoffrey Stead Antiques, specialising in 17th, 18th & early 19th Century European Antique Furniture and Decorative work of Art. He now lives in a farmhouse in the North Cotswolds, supplying Antique Dealers & Decorators with a range of interesting & unusual pieces sourced mainly in France & Italy.
Isabel Haines' passion for traditional brands grew from childhood in France. Her appreciation for well made design classics with strong ties to their heritage was fostered through a 25 year career in Architectural Design & Interiors and as a buyer for leading antique dealer Thomas Kerr.
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Jenny Sargeant specialises in antique lace and textiles, sourced in both France and England. She has run her business for over a decade, continuing a lifelong career working in fashion and textiles.
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"pH9 is an extremely professional and friendly company with a variety of templates to help antiques dealers set up and run a website very easily. The website can be customised to your own style and there is help at every step of the way to make the process stress free. It is excellent value for money and I can't recommend pH9 highly enough."
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James & Barbara
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Historic Flying Clothing
Owners Teresa and David Wilkinson share a passion for unusual and decorative antiques. Offering a selection of antique and vintage furniture, furnishings and eclectic, decorative items, they specialise in French, Italian and English 18th to early 20th Century. Their business in Warminster is situated at 9 Chinns Court, Market Place, in a cobbled street, steeped in its own unique history. 9 Chinns Court was once a brewery, an abbatoir, a furniture shop and more recently a haberdashery!
Teresa & David Wilkinson
Justin has been buying and looking at art and antiques since he was a teenager, buying what he fell in love with. Even now when looking at those pieces he remembers the moment, the place and people he was with. Good pieces are always above fashion, their own quality lies beyond fashion and so are timeless.
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"Thrilled with the service I've received from PH9. They know the industry and exactly what is needed to create a great profile. Friendly, helpful and immensely patient, I'm delighted to have found them and thoroughly recommend this firm."
Alexander 'Sandy' Rich
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Jill & Maurice Perry
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Burton Antiques is represented by Simon Wingett who is a 3rd generation member of a family that has been in the antique trade since 1910. He joins Harry Fell who's family own Burton Antiques and have been dealing with Simon for over 20 years. The combination of the generations will bring a dynamic new antiques business to a world that does not often see new players who's stock is eclectic and will bring a refreshing outlook for collectors, dealers and interior decorators alike.
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Located at The Forge in the old village of Cooksbridge, a couple of miles outside the East Sussex county town of Lewes, Guy Davis offers a collection of furniture and decorative items for both house and garden
"Naturally a major concern when we decided to change our website was not to lose but to enhance, develop and maintain these qualities of our identity. As our field of activity crosses over different areas of Art, Antiques, Craft, Galleries, Interior Design, Decorative and Vintage we spent time looking at many different companies who provide online services for professionals in these fields. After considerable research we decided on Antiqueswebdesign by Ph9 because we were very impressed by its clearly defined approach and objectives, proven by the high quality and diversity of its website portfolio. "
Lys & Gilles Flowerday
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Odyssey Fine Arts offer an exciting range of original 18th, 19th & 20th century engravings, watercolours, lithographs & silk-screen prints presented in unique hand decorated frames
The team at Horsch Interiors are passionate about Gustavian, Belgian and French decorative Antiques and mixing them with Mid-Century Modern, 20th century design, Asian Ceramics and unusual and quirky finds.
Yorkshire's leading reclamation yard. They have a great selection of Yorkhire Stone Troughs, Millstone and Yorkshire Stone Flags, plus plenty more Garden Features.
English Salvage is the largest and most comprehensive design and architectural resource in the UK supplying homeowners, architects, design professionals and the movie industry.
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An online shop specialising in Original Military collectors items. Among the pages you will find rare WW1 Collectables, including uniforms, equipment, headdress and personal items, used on all fronts of this global conflict. Flying clothing and equipment spanning the full period of British Military Aviation History, from the fledging years of the RFC & RNAS to the birth of the RAF and onto the modern Fast Jets of todays generation.
"The site is very easy to keep updated and we have had a lot of very positive feedback from customers who like it very much. We are both delighted with the website"
Rutland Garden Classics a large showsite full of unusual garden artefacts 1000's of items on display and act as suppliers of reclaimed garden ornaments & Garden antiques
Rutland Garden Classics
Salisbury Antiques Centre has a large selection of stock, mostly comprising of English and Continental 18th and 19th Century furniture.
Salisbury Antiques Centre
With many years of experience in the art world between them, Rosanna and Rita have built up a stable of artists and show their contemporary works alongside work from the twentieth century and earlier.
Wilson Stephens & Jones
Map Mogul Ltd is based in London, the unofficial antique map capital of the world. Central London has been described as having more antique map dealers with more variety and quantity of stock than in all of America.
Michele Beiny Harkins is a third generation antiques dealer. Her grandfather, Hanns Weinberg, founded the Antique Porcelain Company in London in 1946 and later opened galleries in New York (1957) and Zurich (1972).
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Youlls Antiques are a family business working in the trade for over three generations. They are based in Hungerford in Berkshire, but travelling on a regular basis to source the best antique and decorative items in England and on the continent, displaying them in our retail premises. They keep a large and constantly changing stock, specializing in unique and decorative pieces for a discerning clientele.
Mimi Roberts is an artist who specialises in still life painting. Inspired by artists from Italy, Spain and the Netherlands from the 16th and 17th centuries, the subject of her work is taken from life. Food is the major theme, fish, fruit and vegetables froming the main part of her portfolio.
Drove House Antiques specialise in Antique Chinese ceramics and works of art including Chinese export porcelain and European-decorated Chinese porcelain
Drove House Antiques
Tracey Jane began in 2013 when Tracey and her husband began a project to renovate their home, they were looking for unique one off pieces of furniture and found themselves falling in love with older pieces which had so much detail and style. Unfortunately, the look of the furniture didn't fit in with the style that they were trying to create in their home and so, they began to paint pieces and transform the furniture.
Well known for his idiosyncratic taste in antique furniture - a sort of English country house grandeur seen through a quirky Eighteenth century connoisseur’s eye - Christopher Hodsoll worked as an antique dealer in London for many years with the great Geoffrey Bennison.
"I found Rob to be extremely helpful, professional and very knowledgeable in his area of expertise. And above all, he quickly & easily understands a client's requirements"
They only offer genuine items of head dress, uniforms, equipment, edged weapons, badges and books, all of which come with a money back guarantee. Their stock mainly consists of 19th and 20th century items concentrating on WW1 and WW2 but also branch out into other conflicts.
Established for over twenty years French Affair Antiques stocks a unique range of continental furniture and decorative items. Sourced from within the UK and abroad we supply private clients, interior designers, hotels and holiday homes.
Lisa has worked in the world of art and antiques for thirty years, including sixteen as an auctioneer and director of Rosebery's in London. In 2005 she moved with her family to South West France to restore a 17th Century Chateau from where they hosted art and antiques holidays. After returning to the U.K. in 2012, Lisa launched Hand of Glory Antiques, offering an eclectic mix of antiques, objects and......in the words of John Tradescant; 'Anything that is strang' (sic).
Specialist dealers in Antiquarian books on Voyages and Travels. With over 80 years of expertise, they have a reputation of supplying fine books Worldwide.
Reg & Phillip Remington
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