Hares Antiques is situated on the Roman Fosse Way the A429, near Fosse Bridge, in the heart of the Cotswolds. Our premises is easily accessible from the M4 and M5 motorways and close to the A40 and Northleach. We have our own car park and are open by appointment or bang on the door if you are passing.
We specialise in 18th and early 19th century practical antique furniture, particularly dining tables and chairs, bookcases, desks, bureaux and bedroom furniture. You will also find a full range of upholstered furniture including armchairs and sofas by Howard and Son.
Allan Hare has been buying and selling a vast and diverse range of antique furniture, paintings, carpets and more since 1972 and is a member of LAPADA and CINOA. If we do not have the antique furniture that you are looking for, we provide a full and comprehensive finding service and will also visit your home to advise and try out various pieces.
If you are looking for something in particular, please contact us by going to our Finding Service page and email us your requirements.
Nearby, in our restoration and upholstery workshops, skilled craftspeople use traditional methods to refurbish both our stock and pieces brought in for repair.
We have our own van so delivery and home trial is no problem. Please ask for home trial and shipping costs.
We have our own restoration workshop close to the show room.
There are four restorers who are able to attend to any aspect of antique furniture restoration including carving, polishing and gilding.
Please contact us for a quote to restore your own items.
Highly qualified specialist upholsters are specifically trained to work on nineteenth furniture made by Howard and Sons of London. Each piece is restored to the highest standard using materials and techniques sympathetic to the period.
Eighteenth century upholstery is another specialised area of restoration and the combination of historical knowledge and technical expertise means our restorers are among the best in their field.
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