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
Japanese ‘Imari’ porcelain bowl, Arita, c. 1700. Genroku Period.
Austrian Cold Painted Bronze Duck, circa 1910
Kakiemon Porcelain Teapot and Cover, circa 1680, Edo Period
Staffordshire Pottery Group General ‘Napier’, circa 1860
Royal Worcester ‘Butterfly’ Cup and Saucer, Dated 1880
Royal Worcester Porcelain Vase, Fruit Painted by William Ricketts, circa 1915
Derby Porcelain ‘Neptune’ Mug, circa 1810
Meissen Porcelain Cup and Saucer, circa 1740
Wedgwood Earthenware ‘Bamboo’ Teapot, circa 1875
Meissen Porcelain Group of Dancers, circa 1770
Pair Japanese Imari porcelain vases and covers, c. 1690. Genroku Period.
English pearlware jug, ‘Richard & Jenney Turner, 1795’.
Chinese Porcelain Teapot & Cover, Famille Verte, circa 1700, Kangxi Period
Pair of Chinese Porcelain Lion Dogs, circa 1830, Daoguang Period
Japanese Bronze Okimono of a Fisher Boy, Signed Maruki, Meiji Period
Spode Porcelain Miniature Basket, Pattern No. ‘1166’, circa 1810