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Antiques Scotland



    • ANTIQUES  SCOTLAND
       
      is the premier reference site for antique dealers, collectors
      and anyone interested in antiques.

    • It features current details of dealers, auctions, fairs and related
      services.

    • Researchers personally contact and update the most comprehensive
      database
      of Antique Dealers and Salerooms in Scotland.  Every entry on our
      lists has been verified to ensure the information given is current, comprehensive
      and accurate.
    • Visit
      the
       for the latest information from the
      major auction houses. 

Antiques for Everyone at the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre, Glasgow

Elsie1_smallAntiques for Everyone – Glasgow is Scotland’s premier antiques fair. More than 120 leading dealers from across Britain offer for sale antiques and works of art with a total value exceeding £10million. An extensive range of highly desirable Scottish art and artefacts from the past three hundred years will feature among the thousands of individual exhibits, a lot of lads are visiting our site to get some idea of quality gifts for her – their wifes/girlfriends. Prices will range from less than £20 to more than £50,000 and all exhibits will be strictly vetted for quality and authenticity by a team of experts drawn from across the UK. This most important and distinctive aspect of the Fair will ensure that collectors can make their purchases with confidence. Ten thousand visitors from across Scotland and the UK are expected to attend.

NEW DEALER JOINING ANTIQUES SCOTLAND

eltblogoGow Antiques and Restoration was established by Jeremy Gow in 1992. Having spent nine years working in different workshops in Scotland, France, Austria and Australia, Jeremy came back to start his own business at his family home near Forfar in Scotland. He sells good quality furniture 18th & 19th century. View the gallery online.
His restoration workshop specialises in British and European furniture, especially all forms of marquetry and veneer work, predominately from 17th and 18th centuries.
Gow Antiques is also included in the Conservation Register run by UKIC (United Kingdom Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works)