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S W Antiques

Newlands
Pershore
Worcestershire
WR10 1BP
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S W Antiques was established in 1978 by Richard and Sylvia Whiteside, and is now run by their son, Adrian.

Since then, S W Antiques has gone from strength to strength and we are very proud to now offer 4000 square feet of Showroom filled with beautiful furniture. We have an excellent selection of quality antique wooden beds (in a choice of double or kingsize), in a wide variety of styles including Louis XV style, Breton, Empire and much more. Also, we have complementary antique bedroom furniture including Victorian and Edwardian pieces, French armoires and chests, etc. There is also a very good choice of antique downstairs pieces.

Each piece of furniture in the Showroom has been personally selected by a member of the Whiteside family, and then it is fully restored by our own skilled Antique Restorers and French Polishers.

As our customers often say, we have the best selection of antique furniture for miles around. We offer a good nationwide delivery service and we have lots of free customer parking right outside the Showrooms.

Open Monday-Saturday 9am-5pm

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