afe 2019

Welcome to Philip Carrol Antiques

Forthcoming events at which I will be exhibiting -

Art & Antiques For Everyone Winter Fair, 28th November - 1st December 2019.                                          

Many thanks to all of those who visited and purchased items from me at the Olympia Arts and Antiques Fair. It proved to be another successful event, and I am most grateful to you for your purchases.                                                                                                

The Antiques bandwagon rolls on to the Antiques For Everyone Fair at the NEC, Birmingham. This is a great event, and I am sure that you will find something to buy at a reasonable cost.                     

If you have not previously visited this wonderful Fair, why not give it a go - I am sure that you would enjoy it. A far better experience than being sat at home watching orchestrated TV programmes purporting to represent the world of antiques!    Meanwhile, if you see anything of interest on my website, I am sure that we can arrive at a deal !                                                  

Recently Added ItemsSee All
Chinese ‘Kraak’ Porcelain Charger, Wanli Period '1573-1619'
Chinese Porcelain Garniture of ‘Imari’ Vases, circa 1720, Kangxi Period
Kutani Porcelain Figure of a Bijin, circa 1900, Meiji Period
Black Forest Carved Wood Arab Riding a Camel, circa 1880
English Bronze Bust William IV, circa 1830
Indian Silver Card Case, circa 1890
Japanese Porcelain Imari Charger, circa 1700, Genroku Period
Royal Worcester Pill Box, Fruit Painted, by William Bee, Dated 1924
Masons Ironstone Cider Mug, ‘Table and Vase’ Pattern, circa 1815
Chinese Porcelain Blue and White Dish, Swatow, circa 1600, Ming Dynasty
Chinese Export Porcelain Vase, European Figures, circa 1750, Qianlong Period
Japanese Cloisonne Vase, Meiji Period, circa 1900
Meissen Porcelain Figure ‘Dutch Fisherman’, Modelled by Reinicke, circa 1745
Meissen Porcelain Group of Dancing Putti, circa 1750
Japanese Lacquered Box and Cover, Meiji Period
Fine Pair of Imari Porcelain Bijin, circa 1690, Genroku Period