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Preston Antique Centre
The Mill
New Hall Lane
Preston
Lancashire
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We have a whole range of items for you to buy. We buy as well as sell and also have many more items at Preston Antiques Centre. If you are looking for something particular ask as we may have it or may be able to source the item for you.

When you visit our website http://www.qtiques.co.uk you will find a range of Antiques, Collectables and Curiosity items. Items currently in stock include Ceramics-wade copeland moorcroft worcester, Pictures/Paintings - John Chapman, Richard Ansdell, James Paterson, Silver - Peter Bateman Spoons Cigarette cases Rings Jewellery Gold, Furniture Edwardian, Victorian, Figures, Bronzes, Chairs, Gateleg tables, Stools, Sideboards, Dressing tables, Cloissonne vases, Bossons, Royal Copenhagen, Royal Abert, Sugar tongs, napkin rings. Stock constantly changing so visit us time and time again.

Dealers always welcome contact us for favourable terms. Sellers always welcome email enquiries preffered. We look forward to making your buying experience a good and pleasurable one. Please visit our website today and become a Q'tiques Customer. If you like us do tell your friends. Any concerns please contact us first. We will as always endeavour to serve you the customer with a courteous welcome.

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