From the era's that defined the golden ages of craftsmanship Faversham Antiques stocks a selection of some of the finest examples of antique furniture that not only enhance any home but are also a great investment. From beautifully crafted chairs to stunning tables made out of the finest woods Faversham Antiques provides a service that lets you make the right choice
Our emphasis remains on Fine Affordable Antique Furniture and we will continue to attend the Detling International Antiques Fair, Stands 96-97 in the John Hendry Pavilion.Medway Antiques has now established the shop in the Historic 17C Standard Quay, Faversham,ME13 7BS.The shop is number 4 Standard Quay and is open from Thursday to Sunday 10.30 - 4pm with free parking
Standard Quay offers a unique experience; eat, drink and shop, while taking in Faversham’s living history. The independent shops and stores are full of charm – and bargains – whilst our Tea Room & Coffee Shop offers the perfect respite during your visit.
Standard Quay is one of Faversham’s hidden gems! Sitting alongside the Creek at the end of Abbey Street and in easy walking distance of the town centre, Standard Quay gives the visitor a truly unique experience. Offering Creekside walking, shopping, eating and a chance to see Faversham’s living history. It is home to several classic ships and boats including barges such as the Cambria and Greta as well as traditional fishing boats, classic tugs and overnight moorings of all sorts! One of Standard Quay’s classic ‘barn’ buildings, that dates back to the seventeen hundreds, is the temporary home of the Cambria Thames Barge Exhibition.
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We offer a restoration service from reupholstery to damage repair and polishing, we also offer a free evaluation service so if you have something you feel might be of value or just wish to know more about it, why not bring it down for an expert evaluation?