Welcome to Philip Carrol Antiques

Whilst I suspect that we are a long way from returning to what people refer to as ‘normal’ life, it is obvious that we need to try to find ways of  coping with the situation and get on with our lives. Despite some people’s pessimism, the Human Race has come to terms, adapted and defeated greater challenges than this, and will continue to do so.... That’s Life !!
I am very grateful to all of you, who have continued to view my website, and the other selling platforms upon which I exhibit items. Business has been brisk throughout the pandemic, and fortunately, I have been able to acquire fresh items, both during ‘Lockdown’ and since restrictions have been loosened. 
Obviously, the cancellation of the Fairs at which I exhibit, has had a serious impact on business. Hopefully, I will be able to exhibit at both Olympia and the NEC in November - it has felt very strange, not preparing for such events. I look forward to catching up with both colleagues and clients at that time ! In the meantime, I will carry on working online. Please be aware that I am always happy to discuss the price of any item that may appeal to you, so do not be afraid to contact me.... I really am a pussy cat ! Take care, good health and best wishes, Philip.


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Worcester Porcelain ‘Hop Trellis’ Teabowl and Saucer, circa 1770
Arthur and Bond Japanese Silver Inkstand, circa 1900, Meiji Period
Chinese Silver Flask ‘Cherry blossom on a cracked ice ground’, Luen Wo, Shanghai
French Bronze Retriever Inkwell, circa 1880
Rare Chelsea Porcelain Famille Rose ‘Ho Ho Bird’ Beaker, circa 1750
Rare Staffordshire Mr Punch’s Dog ‘Toby’ Jug, circa 1860
Bronze Study of a Native American Brave, Joseph Drischler
Royal Worcester Porcelain Vase, Chrysanthemum, Dated 1899
Pair of Paris Porcelain Candlesticks, Jacob Petit, circa 1840
Royal Worcester Vase, Sheep, by Ernest Barker, Dated 1911
Qajar Pottery Seated Cat, circa 1880
George Jones Majolica Squirrel Dish, circa 1875
Chinese ‘Ten Views of Jiangxi Province’ Dish, Tongzhi Mark and Period
Turkish Silver Ewer and Cover, Tourgha Mark, Islamic Market, 19th Century
Pair of Staffirdshire Figures ‘Jobson & Nell’, Enoch Wood, circa 1820
Chelsea Derby Porcelain Teapot Stand, in Sevres Style, circa 1775