The Decorative Collective is an on-line selling platform. Launched in 2009, today it has 125 UK/European dealer members, selling antique, 20th C and 21st C furniture, lighting, garden items, mirrors, art and accessories. Items are uploaded throughout each day. You deal directly with the dealers and no commission is charged to either party; nor are your details shared with anyone. Decorative Collective have an excellent reputation for selling high quality items and for being a reliable and trustworthy source to buy from. Their sister site, The Hoarde, sells vintage items.
Guinevere is home to a myriad of decorative antiques spanning many eras. This treasure trove of ideas has furnished the homes of the elite and style conscious worldwide since it first started trading on the King’s Road in 1963. The vast shop space takes customers on a journey through time and across continents. The arrangements of unique furniture, lighting, fabrics and decorative accessories constantly change while the celebrated window displays continuously stop traffic. As a leading source of inspiration, the shop’s eclectic offerings appeal to interior designers and private clients looking for something unique, of high quality and with visual impact.
Specialists in good quality 18th to early 19th century French antiques, furniture and paintings. Decorative antique and reproduction lighting and accessories. French, Flemmish and English tapestries from the late 17th century to the mid 18th century. Verdures and mythological subjects.
Specialist in antique and contemporary cotton, wool and silk textiles from India including patchwork quilts, bedspreads, throws, white cut-work bedcovers, tablecloths and wall hangings. Extraordinary colours, geometric and floral patterns, hand-crafted running stitches and detailed embroidery. Plus clothing, shawls, phulkari, kantha and costume jewellery. Pictured is a rare wedding shawl from the Svat valley in Pakistan. It is hand-stitched and in perfect condition. This shawl would have been part of the a wedding dowry.
Nushka's stunning and selective range includes fine quality Berber rugs, original lighting, tribal art, antique saris and a selection of cushions - from Indigo Blue, to Indian overstitched 'Kantha' cushions, and pure New Zealand wool cushions from Lindell & Co. There's a selection of antique textiles including vintage woven cotton indigo from Guatemala and vintage Persian woven wool Jajim, from the Shahsevan, Hashtrud area of Northwest Iran.
Kath from parna specialises in sourcing antique textiles including costume and embroidery from Hungary and Romania, particularly Transylvania. The range of antique textiles includes antique embroidery from the Matyo, and Kalocsa traditions in Hungary and dowry textiles from the Maros and Kalotaszeg regions of Transylvania.