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Foxy Lady Antiques and Interiors
A passion for antiques began as a young girl attending antiques auctions and Country house sales with my mother buying wonderful, timeless, elegant, faded and jaded pieces for our home. My interest blossomed over the years and a hobby turned into a full time working obsession where I gained invaluable experience managing a large reputable Antiques Centre in the Cotswolds selling to the general public and shipping trade on behalf of furniture and cabinet dealers.
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Join us on Sat 29th Sept 2018 @Herefordshire Antiques for our Antique Charity Valuation Day In Association with Radway Bridge Garden Centre. We welcome the 'lovely' Kate Bliss and the Brightwells Fine Art Team 10-4pm to value your treasures... £3 per item valuation, all money going to charity. Th..
Having a ball....or a 'Knee's Up'!!!! Mince pie's & mulled Cider with guest appearance 'Silver Birch' Shepherds Huts who certainly added a nostalgic twist and a trip down memory lane....what fun! A New Year and feeling excited what'll be happening in the future @ Herefordshire Antiques, come and vis..
Wow..... six month's down the line? We're buzzing.......our new Business venture here at Radway Bridge Garden Centre has so much to offer...... Spend time browsing at your leisure, we're open every day, check our website or Facebook page for details, Instagram and Twitter too! A..
After a very successful opening in December we're now into a New Year, Spring is on it's way and looking forward to exciting times ahead.....We're situated just four miles from the city of Hereford, plenty of car-parking, The Potting Shed Cafe, Radway Bridge Garden Centre, Watershed Auat..
Grand Celebrations...........we're open!!!!! Herefordshire Antiques & Interiors now open at Radway Bridge on the outskirts of Hereford. Come and visit a group shop selling a range of English and Continental Furniture, Traditional, Decorative and Country. Kitchenali..
We have the key to the door! Opening Soon www.herefordshireantiques.co.uk Herefordshire Antiques @ Radway Bridge Join us for a new and exciting Group Shop opening up on the outskirts of Hereford. Be part of a family run business, customer focused, website & social me..
I'm really excited !!!!!! Fantastico......Herefordshire Antiques is joining Station Mill Antiques & Interiors, Chipping Norton,Oxfordshire. Inspiration and decorative ideas for the home, office and garden......open Mon-sat 10-5pm and Sunday 11-4pm. Discover some treasures..
A Right Royal Occasion! The Queen’s 90th Birthday is being marked with pomp, pageantry and celebrations around Britain and throughout the world. The date of the Queen’s birth was April 26th 1926 but traditionally she also has an official birthday in June every year. Let’s ..
The simple definition of a chair is a movable seat, with a back, for a single person. Furthermore, few people today are aware of the fact that for much of its history chairs go back through classical times to the time of the pharaohs — the chair was reserved for lords and bishops; ordinary fol..
Chinoiserie, unique styling or absolutely lacquered? CHINOISERIE is a French word that means “in the Chinese taste”. It describes a European style of decorative ornament that was wildly popular in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, and still looks great today. Scenes of the Ori..
The first dimensional chocolate molds, arrived, in France in the mid-1840’s. Stamped out of copper and silver washed, these molds ranged in size and made from two or more pieces, the molds were usually held together with hand clamps or clips. In the late 1860’s, the silver wash was repla..
How delightful this lovely pine chapel cupboard has a new home and fits perfectly in a corner of a stunning Georgian property in the Herefordshire Countryside. Much admired by visitors who call in it truly compliments a little nursing chair positioned at its side, simply&helli..
Candlestick maker? Originally, candles were made from tallow, which was extracted from cattle and sheep, in the early Egyptian and Roman times. These early candles burned poorly and probably smelled even worse. The Roman Empire was the first to provide evidence of a candle that resembles the cand..
Antique mirrors were first known as ‘looking glasses’ and were first produced in Murano and silvered in Venice as early as the 16th Century, they were not made in England until the 17th century. In the 18th century there was a heavy tax on glass coming from abroad so old antique mirrors ..