Tel. Ian Marshall 01208 871444 Email email@example.com
9A4 Restormel Industrial Estate Lostwithiel Cornwall PL22 0HG
We have been dealing in antique furniture and related items for over 25 years and regularly show at St Mellion and Wadebridge antique fairs. Items are also available for viewing at our workshop. We also have an outlet at The Stannary gallery in Tavistock. Please click the link below to view items on our website.
Riverside Antiques tel 01208 871444
Old Palace Antiques Lostwithiel
A long established shop which is found opposite the River Fowey in Quay Street. Its present owners Joe and Mel have been successfully trading here since 2002 having previously trading in a shop in Polperro Cornwall.
Old palace antiques in Lostwithiel paint their chosen pieces in many of the colors from the popular Farrow&Ball range and if you have chosen a piece from the shop that is just right for you, but you are not happy with the color, we can recolor it for you, We also stock Cornwalls largest range of vintage t g greens blue and white banded Cornish ware,1930s up to Judith Onions early 1970s pattern. Palace Antiques is known for being a large furniture specialist and there is always a range of big dressers, tables and sets of chairs in stock.
A good selection of antique and country pine furniture, vintage clothing, old and new jewelery, glass and an eclectic mix of collectables serve to make the shop worthy of more than a cursory look.
Many an exasperated soul has visited Lostwithiel and has left the premises clutching a last minute present, with a look of relief and gratitude, before disappearing next door to the Duchy coffee shop to unwind with a little light refreshment.
You can't miss Déjà-
Step over the the threshold and you'll be greeted with an wide range of stock from rustic pine dressers to an oak coffer, from an elm windsor chair to a painted Swedish chest of drawers. There's a strong influence from across the channel hence the name Déjà-
On the ground floor you'll come across a good range of antique silver and glass from the 18th, 19th and 20th century and why not peruse the superb collection of old books, whether your interest is in Cornwall or foreign climes, art history or geography, agriculture or country crafts or maybe you'd just like a vintage novel to curl up with on a wet afternoon. Follow the narrow georgian wooden staircase upstairs and you'll find lots more antique furniture, and the walls hung with an eclectic range of art, Cornish contemporary next to a georgian sampler, a primitive oil on board or a bright vintage movie poster from bygone era.