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We have many years experience in the antiques trade, specialising in pine furniture of all descriptions, restored to the very highest standards by our highly skilled craftsmen. The world famous "Millers Antiques Guide" has for many years used illustrations of items restored in our workshops. Indeed the first ever colour photographs of antique pine furniture used by Millers were of items from our showroom.

As well as items "ready to go" from the showroom, we have a large stockpile of furniture in our various storerooms awaiting restoration and additionally, we operate an amazingly successful furniture finding service. So whatever you are looking for in the way of Antique Pine, it is always worth asking us first.

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Of course, we do not just restrict ourselves to Pine Furniture, as the business's title implies, we also supply antiques and old furniture in many other timbers, notably Oak, Ash and Elm, as well as "Hazel Pine" (known in the antiques trade as "Satinwood"). Again, we hold large stockpiles and have many contacts within the trade so please ask.

Our antique "furniture finding" service works quite simply. Just contact us with your requirements. If we do not have what you are looking for, either in our showroom or in our "work-in-progress" store we will enter your requirements on our database and make enquiries on your behalf with other antique trade dealers. Some searches are quicker than others so patience is sometimes called for, but our success rate is very good and we have many satisfied customers to our credit.

If you see something you like the look of in our "work-in-progress" store, we will be happy to restore it for you on a no obligation basis. You do not have to make a final decision to purchase until you see the final result of the restoration process. Again, patience can sometimes be called for, as most restoration procedures cannot be rushed, although if you give us a deadline we will always do our level best to meet it.