Alexander George Fine Antique Furniture

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          ABOUT US
Alexander George Antiques’ enthusiasm and unerring passion for the finest English furniture is evident from the moment you enter our gallery in rural Oxfordshire.

Here you will find examples from the most prestigious of the 17th and 18th century cabinet-makers, craftsmen of the Golden Age including Thomas Chippendale, Coxed & Woster & Gerrit Jensen.

Whether you are a collector or a first-time buyer the choice of pieces will inspire. Each has been carefully selected for its exceptional design and provenance, as well as in many instances its academic significance.

Originality and authenticity are paramount; and using our extensive knowledge from many years’ experience in furniture conservation and restoration we can ensure that our clients can buy with absolute confidence.

Sharing of knowledge is very much at the heart of our ethos, with an emphasis on building relationships where we can learn and grow together. As a consequence, we have built up a reputation of trust and integrity and a customer loyalty that has resulted in our furnishing some of the finest private and museum collections in the world.

We recognise that choosing to sell, whether it’s a personal collection, an individual piece or something inherited, can be a difficult decision. Our aim is to help you through the process to ensure that you achieve the best possible price.

We would encourage you to approach the auction rooms and are happy to give advice and tips. Unsurprisingly, given the auction house fees which can be as much as 40-50% of the total sales figures with commissions, photography, insurance and handling fees, clients more often than not choose to sell with Alexander George Antiques.
Alexander George Antiques has a complete high standard and professional conservation restoration and advisory services for both private collectors and as well as members of the antiques trade.

All pieces are first carefully reviewed and where necessary additional research is carried out, to ensure that any conservation undertaken is carried out in a sympathetic manner, retaining the integrity of the piece and preserving the patina.        
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