Long Street Antiques


Set of Four 19th cent Italian Classical Drawings

A good set of four, 19th century pencil and charcoal museum drawings in the classical taste. Distressed gilded frames.


Mid 20th Century Head of a Bull

A mid 20th century "Tete de Taureau” in iron and steel sheets. Circa 1976


Circa 1972 Framed Map of Rome

A framed, circa 1972 Map of Rome.


Pair of Early 20th Cent Pitch Pine Classical Bust

A good pair of early 20th century Italian pitch pine bust in the classical taste. Measurements: Male; 50cm High x 28cm Wide x 21cm Deep Female: 51cm High x 21cm Wide x 28cm


Mid 20th Cent Spanish Verdigris Anfora

A circa 1940s Spanish Anfora covered in metal on a stand.


19th Cent Swedish Painted Mora Clock

A very charming and retaining most of the original paint, early 19th century Swedish Mora clock, completely with weights and pendulum. Please note that the clocks are sold as a decorative objects and we cannot guarantee the functionality of them. Sweden


18th century Flemish Tapestry

An early 18th century vertical Flemish Verdure tapestry depicting a forest scenery with bird and ducks between a foliate border.


A Rare pair of 19th cent French “Beauceron” Cast Iron Dogs

A fabulous and unusual true pair of French “Beauceron” cast iron dogs, dating to the 19th century, one facing left, one right. Would have been at the door or gates of a Chateau. The Beauceron, is a guard dog and herding dog breed failing into the working dog category whose origins lie in the plains of Northern France, considered to be, fearless, intelligent, protective and friendly. France 19th cent


1960s French Printed Tapestry of a Harbour Scene

A very chic, circa 1960s French printed tapestry of a harbour scene by Simon Chaye. France



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Two Pairs of C19th Spanish Faience Armorial Tile Pictures

A wonderful set of 19th century Spanish Faience Armorial tile pictures on wooden frames, comprising nine tiles, each painted in green, yellow, ochre and blue with a coat of arms, within wooden frames (one pair), the other smaller pair, comprising a set of six painted tiles, each painted in green, yellow, ochre and blue, with a coat of arms , as well, within wooden frames. Measurements : Larger Pair : 50cms/19.5ins x 50cms/19.5ins Smaller pair: One 51cms/20ins High x 37cms/14.5ins Wide and the other one 47cms/18.5ins High x 34cms/13.5ins Wide Spain Circa 1850 Provenance: The famous Decorator Duarte Pinto Coelho“


Late C19th Painted Metal and Lacquer Three Tier Shelves

A late 19th century French painted metal and lacquer three tier shelves in the chinoiserie taste. Measurements: 125cm High x 80cm Wide x 40cm Deep ( max )



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Good Pair of 1970s Occasional / Sofa Tables by Peter Ghyczy

A very smart pair of brass & glass occasional / sofa tables by Peter Ghyczy. Measurements: 61cm Square x 46cm Height Price: £ 2400 Peter Ghyczy is one of several designers in the 20th century who were also immigrants – among them Henry van de Velde, Marcel Breuer, Hans Gugelot, Peter Maly – and had a major impact on German and international design.


Early 20th Century Country House Hosepipe Reel

A charming and unusual, early 20th century metal hosepipe reel. Probably from some Estate in England.


Large Early 20th century Weather Vane

A large, early 20th century weathervane, with three pigs on a later wooden plinth. Please note that the plinth is not included.


19th century Swedish Mora Clock Cupboard

An unusual, 19th century Swedish Mora clock / cupboard, retaining the original paint. Ideal for a kitchen, offering storage space, while been very decorative. Sweden


Pair of 19th cent Terracotta Figures


Mid 20th Century Watercolour of a Wheelbarrow

A framed and glased mid 20th century watercolour of a tool-laden wheelbarrow, probably English, unsigned.


Mid 20th Century Still Life by R. Le Petit

A French mid 20th century oil on canvas still life of red flowers in a vase, signed by R. Le Petit


Late C19th Goldscheider Terracotta Group

A very well executed terracotta allegorical group by the well known Goldscheider factory. Signed as per pictures. Late 19th/ early 20th cent. History of the Goldscheider Manufactory The combination of the highest artistic quality, innovation and business acumen resulted in an enormously successful international production lasting well over half a century. Goldscheider succeeded in attracting both the famous, highly acclaimed artists just as the young innovative ones and is rightly regarded nowadays as one of the most remarkable and prolific manufacturers of the 19th and 20th century. Well-known sculptors and ceramists like Walter Bosse, Demètre Chiparus, Benno Geiger, Josef Lorenzl, Ida Meisinger, Michael Powolny, Susi Singer, Arthur Strasser, and many others designed and created most desirable models for Goldscheider throughout the periods of Historicism, Art Nouveau and Art Déco. The "Goldscheidersche Porzellan-Manufactur und Majolica-Fabrik" (Goldscheider Porcelain Manufacturer and Majolica Factory) was founded in 1885 by Friedrich Goldscheider in Vienna. Within a short period of time Goldscheider earned wide international acclaim together with notable awards and established itself as a leading ceramic company first in Vienna and soon throughout Europe. With international branches opening in Paris, Leipzig, Berlin and Florence Friedrich's sons Walter and Marcell were able to further expand the business in the 1920's and 30's. Goldscheider was setting the standards and style for Art Déco ceramics with an enormous success all over the world - creating some of the most beautiful and striking models which continue to be very much in demand to the present day. Only the rise of Hitler and fascism could have halted the unique artistic and business achievements of the Viennese family. After the Aryanization in 1938, the progressive ceramic maker Walter Bosse, who learnt his trade at Goldscheider, attempted to save the firm and run it under his name. The Nazi regime however appointed its protégé Josef Schuster from Munich. His production depended mainly on the already well-established models that had only the manufacturer's name changed. His small "original" production could not be compared to Goldscheider by any standard and slowly spelled the end of a major European force in ceramics. The Goldscheider family fled Austria, and settled in England and in the US, where they swiftly continued the production of ceramics. Marcell Goldscheider manufactured under the family name in Staffordshire, UK. Walter Goldscheider built a successful US business, but eventually returned to Vienna in 1950 to revive the Austrian company. The heritage of the war and Schuster's failures could not have been overcome and thus three years later Walter had to close down his family business. He sold the license for the worldwide brand name Goldscheider to the German company Carstens, which produced ceramics until 1963. Finally, almost 25 years later, Friedrich's great-grandson, Peter Goldscheider, produced a limited amount of figures and applied art objects in Stoob, Austria. And that was also the last time that the public had a chance to buy original pieces made by the Goldscheider family. Altogether Goldscheider produced a staggering figure of more than 10,000 models. Its immediate and long lasting worldwide success was due not only to professional management and international market orientation, but most of all to the timeless beauty and quality of many of the pieces. Goldscheider items are eagerly sought after by collectors and investors all over the world. They are sold by major auction houses including Sotheby's, Christie's, Dorotheum, Drouot and dozens of others ranging from the United States to United Kingdom, South Africa and Australia.


Large 19th century Chinoiserie Ceramic Vase

A good quality and of large proportions, late 19th/ early 20th century Ceramic vase and cover.


Fine Pair of 19th century Italian Painted Glass Panels

A good pair of 19th century Italian painted glass panels. The intricate painted panels with two pastoral scenes. This panels have been backed with fabric and will make a statement in most walls. Probably part of an internal door.


Fine pair of 19th cent Italian Painted Glass Panels

A good pair of 19th century Italian painted glass panels. The intricate painted panels with two still life with flowers. This panels have been backed with fabric and will make a statement in most walls. Probably part of an internal door.


Early 20th century Oil On Canvas

A well executed, early 20th century Oil on canvas depicting an artist studio.


19th century Spelling Alphabet in Bone

A very charming, early 19th century English Spelling Alphabet in bone with an oak box.


1920s Woolwork Picture of Cottage

A charming and interesting woolwork picture of a small house or cottage and its garden, possibly West Indian, circa 1920, in a contemprary wooden frame


1920s Woolwork Picture of a Farmhouse

A charming and interesting woolwork picture of a farmhouse in a mountainous setting, possibly West Indian, circa 1920s, in a contemprary wooden frame


18th Cent Italian Painted Staircase

A very charming, 18th century Italian painted staircase, retaining the original polychromy and paint, that will make a statement in most settings. Italy Circa 1780/1800


1950s Charlotte Perriand Cansado Sideboard

A good example of Charlotte Perriand's Cansado Sideboard, editioned by Steph Simon, circa 1955-58, in original condition; ash, steel and melamine laminate


1950s Carved Ebony Corpus Christi

A 1950s carved ebony Corpus Christi figure, on a bespoke mount, possibly Indian Dimensions inclusive of base.


1940s/50s French terracotta Satyr


Wonderful Fan-Shaped Naturalia Composition Ornament

A colourful composed naturalia ornament of coral, shellwork and seaweed specimens mounted on a carved and painted wooden base


Striking Pair of Cast-Iron Herons, 19th Century

A good quality and visually arresting pair of cast-iron and gilt-brass mounted models of herons, with outspread wings and eels underfoot, late 19th century


Fantastic Carved Venetian Ship's Figurehead, circa 1760

An imposing and impressive carved wooden ship's figurehead of bearded male with haunting deep-set eyes, Italian, mid 18th century


Contemporary Naturalia Diorama with Coral & Shells

A spectacular contemporary diorama comprising coral, shells and some 19th century elements, framed in the 19th century manner


Contemporary Naturalia Diorama in the 19th Century Style

A spectacular contemporary diorama comprising coral, shells and some 19th century elements, framed in the 19th century manner


A Spanish Leather Bull, 1970s

A charming leather model of a bull, Spanish, 1970s, that would make a fun footstool! With impressed maker's mark to one leg.


1970s Spanish Leather Rhino

A good leather model of a rhino, Spanish, 1970s


A Large Circular Naturalia Diorama

A spectacular contemporary diorama comprising coral, shells and some 19th century elements, framed in the 19th century manner


Early 20th century Lemonade Jug

Early 20th century French lemonade Jug with cooler insert.


An Italian Silver-Plated Circular Tray Table, 1950s

A smart and useful silver-plated tray table on a folding tripod stand, 1950s


A Stylish 1970s Brass 'Bamboo' Occasional Table

A smart and stylish 1970s brass and glass occasional table with an unusual stylised bamboo detailing to the frame


A Spanish 18th Century Polychrome-Painted Wooden Figure of a Saint, 18th Century

A wonderful carved and painted wooden figure of a male saint, in a strong contemplative pose, Spanish, 18th century, original painted decoration


An Interesting 1960s Copper Charger

An interesting and decorative hand shaped and patinated copper charger with applied foliate or sunburst decoration, English 1960/70s


A.R. Jamar, 1937 - 'A Winter Landscape'

A large oil on canvas of a winter landscape with trees by Armand Jamar (1870-1946) in a modern painted wood frame, signed and dated 1937


A Wonderful 17th Century Carved Wooden Figure of Christ

A wonderfully carved continental figure of Christ retaining traces of original polychromy, probably French or Spanish, mid to late 17th century. The calmness of expression in the face is in marked juxtaposition to the solemn story told by the body. An accomplished piece of ecclesiastical carving which imparts a strong presence.


Pair of 1970s Plant Pot Liners

Pair of very stylish, circa 1970s plant pots.


Rare Pair of 19th Cent Scottish Cast Iron Troughs / Planters

A very unusual pair of 19th century Cast Iron Drinking Troughs from the Saracen foundry of Walter Macfarlane & Co. Glasgow , Circa 1870 with later zinc bowls, that will also make great planters.


Charming Bespoke Esparto Grass Long-Horn Bull's Head

A very charming, handmade Esparto grass long-horn bull, that will make a statement in most walls. Please note that the measurements are approximate, as they are all handmade and there is some variation. *PRICED INDIVIDUALLY


Cold Painted Bronze Robin

A fantastic quality, tiny painted cold bronze of a Robin. Incredibly charming.


French Carriage/Opera Flask

A fantastic late 19th century French carriage / opera flask in the Art Nouveau taste, by Daum, with gilded silver mounts. The tapered body of Cameo Glass is relief decorated with gilded leaves and sunflowers. Signed to the base with gilt script signature "Daum Nancy" and the cross of Lorraine. The gilded screw-on lid, and small tumbler are decorated in high relief repousse leaves and sunflowers. Both carry the Parisian maker's mark of Gustav Marmuse.


Mr Punch Pepperette

A wonderfully charming silver "Mr Punch" pepperette with matching hallmarks to the hat and the stopper. This piece is a real rarity. Hallmarked Birmingham 1903-04.


Edwardian Vesta Case

A rare Edwardian silver and enamelled vesta case, the front decorated with a bottle of pale ale, a glass half-filled and pipe beneath the title "Old Friends". The enamel is in perfect condition, with no retouching. This piece is Hallmarked Birimgham 1903-04. Silversmithed by A&J Zimmerman.


Elegant Pair of Tazzas

An elegant pair of 19th Century tazzas, that will work well in most settings.


Granite & Ormolu Inkwell

A very smart, late 19th century Swedish inkwell in granite and ormolu.


Pair of Urns

A nice pair of English stone composition urns, decorated with oak leaves and acorns. There are small restorations to the stem of one of the urns. Circa 1870.

Price for the pair.


Painted Box

A wonderful 18th century Swedish painted marriage box.


Horse Skull

A decorative antique horse's skull, mounted on a wooden base.


Sabino Scent Bottle

Opalescent blue scent bottle and stopper in perfect condition. 

Provenance: The Victor Arwas Collection.


Pair of Bookends

A very charming pair of French metal and marble bookends, of a cat and dog. Signed. Circa 1930s.


French Celestial Cloud

An 18th Century French celestial carved wood cloud.


Set of Two 18th Century Famille Rose Cups

A set of two Chinese 18th century famille rose cups. One cup is decorated with alternating cockerels and floral sprays, the other decorated with figures on a terrace.

Cup A - 4cm High x 6.5cm Diameter
Cup B - 4cm High x 8cm Diameter


Tapestry Cushion

Aubusson Tapestry covered cushion.

Circa 1880.


We collect and display a great variety of French and Italian antiques, decorative antiques and vintage items such as antique vintage fabrics, leather bound books, antique tapestry, antique bronze figures, art nouveau glass vases, mahogany wall clocks, Victorian cut glass decanters, classical statues, famille rose china/porcelain, antique corbels, antique porcelain vases, antique glass trays and more.