Please enjoy our new Aviator Furniture section - this look is inspired by both the art deco aesthetic and World War II, specifically airplanes like the Spitfire with it s multi-riveted aged aluminium construction. From an interior persective it looks amazing, particularly when mixed in with antiques and other eclectic pieces.
If you have a team still left in the World Cup - good luck. Come on England! Have a great weekend!click for price
Classy pair of interiors driven Chinese chairs - replete with intricate mother of pearl inlay work on all surfacesclick for price
Lovely pair of Arts and Crafts pedestal tables - you need to visualise these surmounted by marble busts / vasesclick for price
Clean and minimal design to this Sheraton revival desk we date to circa 1890...click for price
Complete farmhouse dining package - large oak refectory table and matching ladderback chairs...click for price
Quirky wine table to keep your plonk easily reachable, a match made in heaven for the oenophile...click for price
Charming set of oak chairs in the Gillows manner - very solid and chunky, perfect for the Castle or Chateau...click for price
Classy time piece in gilt with well cast bronze figurine. Delightful mantle clock we date to circa 1890...click for price
One of the big three original English furniture dons - alongside George Hepplewhite and Thomas Chippendale...click for price
Practical yet handsome, these will work anywhere - bedroom, office, living room...click for price
You need a gilt American eagle supporting a red lacquer console table with Chinoiserie in your life right now...click for price
Amboyna satinwood and walnut French card table we date to circa 1880...click for price
Showstopping pair of black lacquer cabinets with hand painted portrait plaques to the centre. Circa 1880...click for price
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The Canonbury Antiques showroom will be closed for the Easter Bank Holiday weekend in the UK - Friday March 30th till Tuesday April 3rd 2018 - website open 24/7 365 days of the year though...