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Antiques on High is a  Member of TVADA
Thames Vallery Antiques Dealers Association
 
 

 

ANTIQUES ON HIGH is Oxford's favourite venue for buying antiques. Twenty five friendly dealers offer extensive experience across a wide range of areas including:

Silver and jewellery
Books and music
Linens, vintage fashion and accessories
Ceramics and glass
Pictures, prints and maps
Antiquities and collectables.

Today's antiques were yesterday's crafts.  The Centre  includes a separate gallery featuring the work of local craftspeople covering ceramics, jewellery, woodturning, glass, wraps and paintings.  It includes work by members of the Oxfordshire Craft Guild and of the Oxford Art Society

April 2014 The Bard and Artweeks

On 23rd April 1564 William Shakespeare was born and 450 years later his work is as much enjoyed as ever. With three bookshops in store you are certain to find some of his work in Antiques on High. We also have a range of collectable Shakespeare memorabilia from the past which includes glassware and ceramics. We are pleased to welcome the prestigious Oxford Book Fair to  Brookes University on the weekend of 26th April and 27th April.  We have a few complimentary tickets so call in for one. More information at www.oxfordbookfair.org.

Crafts on High will be an Oxfordshire Artweeks destination, Site 308, throughout the county-wide festival, from 3rd to 26th May, .  Do call in now to collect your free Artweeks guide detailing all of the Oxfordshire venues, artists and designer-makers who will be involved in the 2014 event .

Whilst visiting us why not take advantage of our special offer.  Antique Collecting magazine is usually only available by subscription. Now you can purchase a copy from us for the cover price of 4 but we will give you a complimentary copy of each of the last three issues of Antique Collecting if you commit to a yearly subscription.

Antique Collecting is the quintessential British publication for enthusaists and collectors.  Written by experts, it offers invaluable advice and information on a wide range of antiques and decorative objects, from everyday artefacts to museum pieces.  Each issue includes details of forthcoming auctions and fairs, sale results and exhibition news.  Noted for its high quality illustrations and accurate descriptions "if I had to recommend one antiques magazine to the general collector, it would  be Antique Collecting" David Battie, BBC Antiques Roadshow.

We are right in the heart of Oxford, located at 85 High Street, opposite Queen’s College and two minutes walk from Magdalen Bridge.


We accept all major credit cards.

Opening hours are 10am to 5pm
(11am to 5pm Sundays and Bank Holidays)
Telephone 01865 251075.

 
 
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Website designed and produced by Martin Edwards