A large selection of china, glass, porcelain, silver, Asian, Chinese, Oriental, EPNS, jewellery, collectables, Retro and Vintage wares, curios and furniture from Asia, Europe, and Australia.
The Syber family have been in the antiques trade for over 50 years after Helen and Felix Syber opened their first store in 1970 in Adelaide.
Antique & Bespoke jewellery. Showing at Antique fairs only.
Specialising in Charles Schneider glass, sewing & knitting implements, craquelle, Royal Copenhagen Porcelain & curiosities.
Specialising in rare books, maps & globes, historical ephemera, photographs, Australian art and antique children’s games. Every month we publish a new email catalogue – sign up via our website. Member of the major international associations in our trade.
Specialist dealer in English pottery, particularly Wedgwood; also early English porcelain. By appointment, online and at the fairs.
Australiana, Antique firearms swords & daggers, Militaria, Ivory carvings, 18th, 19th & early 20th Century furniture and decorative arts, Art Deco, Art Nouveau, nautical antiques, advertising paraphernalia, taxidermy and all things exotic and unusual.
Fine English furniture, clocks, English and Australian silver, works of art and treen. Established in Australia in 1967.
Specialising in objects of vertu and fine English, Irish and Scottish silver from the sixteenth century to contemporary. Matthew Lafite is an approved valuer for the Australian Government’s Cultural Gifts Program.
18th, 19th & 20th century British & Continental furniture; Australian Colonial furniture. Bronzes, glass and porcelain. Pictures to 1950. Selected vintage and old carpets and textiles.
Specialists in Australian Colonial, Impressionist, Modern, Contemporary and Indigenous painting, Sculpture and Decorative art. Sourcing European masterworks on request.
Fine 18th and 19th century English furniture and decorative arts, taxidermy and natural history. Valuations and appraisals.
19th century furniture, porcelain, jewellery, silver & glass. Maritime antiques, instruments and other items of interest.
Ceramics specialists ‘from Neolithic to Nouveau’, including fine English, French and German porcelain from the 18th and 19th century. Also a large stock of fine 18th and 19th century Furniture, Glass, Silver, Old Sheffield Plate, Pewter, Prints and Paintings, Textiles and unusual items. Shipwreck Ceramics. Antiquities from Ancient Greece, Rome, Egypt. Fossils and natural history. Over 7,000 items in stock, on show in our historic 2 floor property in Geelong. Established 1958. Member of the Dealers Association since 1959.
19th to early 20th century English, French and European furniture, clocks, spelter and bronze figures, lighting, and decorative objects. Specialising in antique French beds.
Vanity and sewing items, portrait miniatures, ceramics, vintage glassware, collectables and curios. Specialising in small items of tortoiseshell and pique jewellery.
Over sixty years of experience in fine antique jewellery and silver earning them a reputation for one of the best ranges of unique and beautiful Victorian, Edwardian, Art Deco & Retro jewellery in Australia. As well as their jewellery, their flagship store on Collins Street showcases an extensive collection of 18th, 19th & 20th century English silver. Three doors away, their Pearl shop carries the beautiful Australian South Sea pearls as well as black and gold South Sea pearls from select farms all over the world.
Established in 1978, in Queen Street Woollahra, and was one of the first antique dealers to specialise in 19th century Australian cedar furniture. Andrew Simpson is currently the country’s foremost dealer in early colonial furniture, consulting on, Australian Colonial Furniture and Decorative Arts for collecting institutions and private clients nationally.
Previously trading as Tooronga Hall Antiques. Fine quality traditional 19th and 20th century furniture, clocks, barometers and decorative items.
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Specialising in Japanese Satsuma Bronze and porcelain okimono Ivory and Boxwood netsuke Quality lacquer ware and Chinese antiques and collectables trading at Camberwell Antique Centre 25-29 Cookson Street Camberwell 0408327950 and at select antique fairs.
Specialists in quality early Australian Cedar furniture, imported French and English furniture and decorative items.
Fine Jewellery, Australian/Western Australian colonial jewellery and silver.
Located in the heart of Bendigo’s art precinct in one of Central Victoria’s grandest heritage listed buildings. This third-generation family business sources high-end antiques, glassware, boxes, porcelain, jewellery and art from Australia, the UK and Europe, displayed in stunning surrounds. In addition, the gallery incorporates an antique centre with independent dealer’s cabinets, an artist’s hub and a coffee lounge.
Established for over 35 years and with a significant family history in antiques which dates back to the early 1920s, Wallrocks are highly trusted purveyors of stunning antique pieces that range from French Provincial, Louis XV and XVI, Regency, French Empire and more. Our antiques are selected specifically for their quality, design and craftsmanship and Wallrocks guarantees the authenticity of our entire collection.
Fine quality 18th and 19th century English and Australian furniture and decorative arts. Warwick Oakman is a third generation dealer in antiques. He advises the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery on Colonial Furniture and art, The Allport Library and Museum of Fine Arts and Tasmanian National Trust.
Founded in 1978 to encourage interest, collecting, preservation & research of Australiana. Membership gives you four 40 page full colour issues of Australiana plus events, lectures & visits to private collections. Membership application form on our website.
The Society was founded in Sydney on 15th February, 1988. Each year the Society meets six times in Sydney and six times in Melbourne. It also produces six newsletters a year and organises trips (including interstate)and seminars.
Grace is one of Australia’s leading providers of fine art transportation. We proudly service leading galleries and avid art collectors all across Australia and New Zealand. With over 70 locations nationwide and a range of specialist services across the Grace group of businesses, we are able to offer a tailored solution to suit your needs.