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Antiques Shops in Salisbury

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2-3 High Street
Tisbury
Salisbury
Wiltshire
SP3 6PS
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Speciality: Prints, maps, early engravings through an online catalogue. Furniture and general decorative items of 'Arts & Crafts' and 'Deco' period.

We are a rural shop (A303 1.5 miles) with a very large comprehensive stock of engravings, prints etc mainly from 1650 to 1830 also sold via an online catalogue. Within the shop we also sell furniture and decorative items with our favourites being the 'Art Nouveau', 'Arts & Crafts' and 'Deco' periods though most are covered.

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