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Graham Smith Antiques Ltd

83 Fern Avenue
Jesmond
Newcastle upon Tyne
Tyne and Wear
NE2 2RA
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Graham Smith Antiques is situated in Jesmond,a leafy suburb of Newcastle upon Tyne(North East England.)We have over 2400 sq ft of shop space dedicated to furnishing homes and business& have been established since 1999.( Graham himself has been in the antiques trade for over 30 years). We specialise in furniture, although we also have clocks,glass,paintings,porcelain &metal ware from 17th,18th,19th &20th centuries.

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