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With Christmas less than two months away, many will be looking for ideas.  Whether it is a piece of treen such as a sycamore bowl, chess board, a tea caddy or knife box, we have a fine selection of items in stock and on the website suitable as gifts.  In the past, clients have treated themselves to larger purchases, such as an item of furniture or a picture.  A few minutes looking at our website will I am sure give many ideas for Christmas.

Since the last blog in July, we have exhibited at the Cotswolds Decorative Antiques Fair near Tetbury, Shepton Mallet Fair and a new fair at Builths Wells, Wales.  Among the business achieved new homes were found for an eighteenth century spider leg table, a converted Georgian knife box, an Edwardian mahogany envelope table and quite a number of treen items including an Ethiopian head rest.

New additions to the website that have been added on a weekly basis include many items of treen.  The late seventeenth century French mortar with later pestle is well worth a look.  A fine piece with a lovely patination is the dry storage jar, circa 1820.  A George II red walnut stick barometer, is the current special offer, and it is in good condition with a fine patination.

We shall be exhibiting at the Shepton Mallet fair in our usual spot from the 14th-16th November and at Westpoint, Exeter, from the 22nd-23rd November.  Our usual selection of furniture, treen and pictures, including a selection of watercolours by the Bideford artist Hubert Coop (1872-1953), will be on display.  We look forward to seeing you there or in our gallery should you visit Bideford.