All about us:
We are a small antiques business, offering these separate areas of expertise: Ruskin ceramics; English silver; Georgian glass; Austrian and Scandinavian enamels; fine Estate Jewellery. At The Antiques Bazaar, we love the thought of finding that desirable item that makes your pulse quicken with that just-must-have-it appeal.
We love to negotiate in the buying and selling of lovely stuff. Our stock is diverse and we offer sought-after antiques, typically dating from the 18th to the early 20th Century, although we do stock some rare and unusual items outside of these dates.
At The Antiques Bazaar we stock a wide range of antique merchandise, objets d’art, and objets de vertu, and are always interested in purchasing items that are out of this world. To us, condition is far more important than price. Antiques Bazaar actively scours the universe, trading and bartering to bring you that special possession.
We make every effort to research and correctly identify our items. We treat our customers, as though we are buying for ourselves. Ceramics are carefully and critically sourced and we do not buy or sell items with chips, cracks, faults, or restoration. If any item we sell is found to have any slight imperfection this will be included in the description, as we want you to be assured of the quality and be delighted with what you buy.
At The Antiques Bazaar, we want you, our customer, to return because you enjoy our ethos of selling, love what you buy, and cannot wait for that next exciting purchase. The last thing we want is for you to be dissatisfied with your purchase in any way. Suffice it to say, in the twelve years of trading since inception of business, there have been no complaints about any sold items.
In addition to this we provide a bespoke service in silver, gold and platinum assayed at Sheffield Assay Office, with Andrew Elliot's sponsors mark, and set with the stones of your choice - for the most recent items, please see our blog.
A Ruskin peacock souffle glaze vase - SOLD at the Northern
A silver Berthold Muller finely modelled Great Auk - sold, in fact it flew out.