Antiques Shops in Hungerford
Below Stairs of Hungerford Antiques
Below Stairs Antiques of Hungerford has been in the same location in
this historic market town for 30 years. Visited by thousands of tourists
each year to see the extraordinary collection of Victorian antiques, most
visitors treat it as a museum where you can buy things rather than a shop.
Everything here is a working original and as well as the shop there is a
huge website of items with detailed dates, descriptions and manufacturer - a
great antique resource.
Below Stairs stock covers more items than you can possible imagine, from knife grinders to staddle stones, bell boards to enamel signs, stair rods to fantastic lighting. Brass, copper, glass, wood, cast iron, stone and many other materials abound. You can find here many of the most famous and original designers and manufacturers of the industrial revolution through to the Arts and Crafts and Art Nouveau periods. Maybe this sounds like a sales pitch, but this shop, wholly owned by one person, not an arcade is absolutely unique. Try the website www.belowstairs.co.uk.
The shop was quoted, in a national magazine, as one of the two favorite shops in all the world of one of the most iconic British designers of the 20th century. What's more this is, almost without exception, all ENGLISH antiques.
Other shops in Hungerford
Perfectly Posh Hair & Beauty (Hair & Beauty)
Collectors Window (Antiques)
Llewellyn Robins Photography (Photography/Photographers)
Options Designer Florist (Florists)
Pets Corner Ltd (Pets)
The Gentleman's Shop (Gifts)
The Old Malthouse (Antiques)
Le Chic Nails & Beauty (Hair & Beauty)
Jeanne Petitt (Clothes)
Sapphire Furnishing (House & Home)
Montagues Hair Design (Hair & Beauty)
Wyevale Garden Centre (Garden)
Ellie Dickins (Shoes)
Roberta of Hungerford (Hair & Beauty)
Woodlands Enterprises Riding & Shooting Equipment Ltd (Outdoor Pursuits)
Martin Collins Enterprises Ltd (Pets)
Hungerford Arcade (Antiques)
East Garston Stores (Food & Drink)
Sheppards (Food & Drink)
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