We have a passion for Fine English Antique Furniture dating from the reigns of Charles II through to George IV.
The images above are shown in period settings and in our showrooms in Witney.
The Harvey's family business was founded in 1951 in Chalk Farm, London and expanded into showrooms in Mayfair at 5, Old Bond Street before opening premises at 86 Corn Street in Witney in 1996. The emphasis has always been on quality and integrity whilst conservation is undertaken in their own skilled workshops.
Harvey's are proud of having sold pieces to museums, collectors and designers Worldwide for over six decades. In many cases they are dealing with the third generations of families both buying and selling.
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Harvey's will be holding a very special celebration this autumn. We are celebrating 65 years being Antiques Dealers and will be having a very important exhibition of some of the best pieces we have had over those years. We are currently writing the catalogue for the show which will be held here in our showrooms in Witney. More details will be published in the next few weeks.
The past few months have been a period of extraordinary activity with Harvey's exhibiting at Antiques Fairs as far afield as Chester and Westonbirt with a crop of pieces being sold at each event and fresh stock coming on display regularly. One of the delights of exhibiting in some of these venues is the array of architectural idioms we meet along the way but this picture of one of the ceilings at Westonbirt School where we were this month takes some beating for sheer exuberance. We look forward to seeing you again soon.