We continue to be inundated with downsizes - currently three very substantial properties and we will try to get publishable photos of the excellent pieces we are handling - taxidermy,
oriental rugs, Chinese objects of real age and beauty and some wonderful hand made antique furniture. So our apologies for neglecting our on line clients. We have a beautiful George 3rd Flame
Mahogany Linen Press and a Beidermeier wave fronted chest of drawers currently in restoration. The Davenport desk has just arrived from restoration and is now on the William IV page. The really good
news is that our distressed 1980's rocking horse is now back from a major 4 month restoration and is on show in our Gentlemans Room at Granville House. It is also this Year's Star Piece. More quality
pieces on the Oriental Page.
We srill need a large dining table - to seat up to 16. Any Islamic items are always of interest.
Prices continue to fluctuate so we have to fix any purchases to the applicable price on the day of the transaction. Market prices are posted at 2.00 pm daily. We pay cash for all precious metals
and gems and if you're a new customer, you wiil be asked for ID). Home appointments by arrangement. Please consult our Terms & Conditions.
M&G Antiques Granville House
49 The Mall
Tuesday through Saturday - 10.00am - 5.30pm
Sunday - 10.30am - 3.30pm
Part of our 200+ pieces of Antique & Studio Glass.
A late Victorian Bristol Blue triangular hand crafted water jug. The blue is intense (reflections lightened the photo) £48.00
1930's Bohemian Barolac Mermaid Bowl by Joseph Inwald. £240.00
One of our six Waterford 'Colleen' pattern wine glasses from the 1960's. £360.00 for 6.
A Rene Lalique Squirrel 1931. 4.1/2 inches. Cachet Ecureuil 1931 - Catalogue - Marcilhac 1989 No 227. £520.00
C1750. One of a set of four Slice cut & Etched French Crystal Wine Glasses From the Godmersham Park Estate. 6 1/2 inches tall. £200.00 each. £700.00 for 4.
C1750. One of three acid etched and slice cut crystal flutes.6 1/2 inches tall. £140.00 each
Detail of the acid etched vines on the flutes and wine glasses.