The Sunday Times on Arundel.
You may have read this article on Arundel in the travel
section of this weeks Sunday Times.
The only antique shops mentioned in the town are at the
"bric a brac end of the spectrum
Nineveh House and Bridge Antique Centre."
Their words, not mine
How can this be?
They mentioned the High Street.
How could they miss these two extraordinary shops
one of the most successful, internationally respected antique dealers in the UK.
and just over the road, stunning antique prints and maps
Then further down the High Street
a bit bric a brac...but also you never quite know what you may unearth in there......
Antiquities along Tarrant Street
Lovely, stylish, antique and interior pieces......
Arundel Interiors down the other end of Tarrant Street opposite the Kings Arms.
A mix of English and French interiors with gifts thrown in.
That's before coming over the bridge,
& down the little alley next to William Hill.
Turn left at the end and .......
Not one, not two, but THREE large warehouses
stuffed full of interesting decorative antiques.
Then Harmony Antiques
Last but by no means least us at
and interior pieces
These are only a FEW of the items we have in right at this moment....
|Louis Philippe marble top commodes|
|19th century Irish dresser|
|1950's Italian chic|
and that's even before you start looking at The Vinery
Don't know it?
Oh my friend then you are in for a real treat
Coming out of Arundel
on the A27 going east is
Once a mushroom farm, the massive site boasts
not only well over 20 antique traders,
but a shipper
(Steve Belt Shipping)
and four furniture restorers including
plus the widest array of antique furniture
you will find for many miles.
who supply for Harry Potter films and Ralph Lauren shops
If you are in any doubt that Arundel's off the
High Street antique traders should be given a second
look............this will blow you away.....
Regular exhibitors at Battersea Decorative Fair,
La Place is a trade only
emporium of beautifully sourced antiques
from the 17th C through to the contemporary 20th C.
Set up by Paula and Stephen Parkinson the creators of
Augustus Brandt Antiques (Petworth)
They have been featured recently in ELLE Decoration
Country, Cote Ouest and the Times Style magazine
all of which have admired their style and creativity
and endorsed the look they create
La Place work with some of the world’s leading Interior
Designers, Decorators and private residencies.
Swedish, French & Italian painted furniture & lighting.
So if you are thinking of coming to Arundel,
please do take a good look around every corner.
You could be missing an absolute gem if you don't.