A rare and untouched original piece of hand made metal furniture, with fine lines and integrity of surface.
Retaining traces of the historic painted surface and with a wonderfully weathered and naturally patinated surface, it can still function as an “al fresco” garden, terrace or conservatory dining table or equally work as a unique and stylish interior accent in a contemporary apartment or in a traditional indoor space.
Whimsical Folk Art Tea Shop or Tavern Trade Sign
In 1625 a Royal Charter proclaimed that Trade Signs would be permitted in London. Subsequently in April of 1710, a Mr Addison wrote in The Spectator ……”I would enjoin every shop to make use of a sign which bears some affinity to the wares in which it deals”
June 21st – 1st July, Preview Tuesday 20th June
For the first time in over 40 years, we will not be exhibiting at a major Art and Antiques Fair in London this Summer, but will instead be installing an exhibition in our Battersea Gallery.
A BADA Week Exhibition
"Most of the world is covered by water. A fisherman's job is simple: Pick out the best parts." Charles W Waterman
Artist's Preview at Robert Young Antiques Tue 11th October 6-8pm
Luke Burton presents 'Bow', the latest exhibition in the Contemporary Collaborations series, which sees artists respond to works from the Robert Young Antiques collection. In a display curated by Jessica Shiel, Burton will be creating new vitreous enamel works, exploring the symbolism found within embroidered ship portraits, created by sailors during their time away from sea.