About Us

Hill House Antiques & Decorative Arts

Since 1998, one of the UK's leading specialist dealers of ORIGINAL antiques & artefacts of truly the best of the  British Arts & Crafts Movement
(occasionally corresponding American & European pieces).
Including items from the design periods of the 
Gothic Revival, Aesthetic Movement, Art Nouveau, Cotswold School & Modernism ; from approx 1850 to 1960.

Between 2002 & 2007 we were also the Arts & Crafts Dept Specialists at Liberty in London.

We  BUY as well as  SELL
so do contact us, especially if you have an interesting item to sell.

We usually stock some top, museum quality pieces by some of the most illustrious architects & designers of the day.
Including CFA Voysey, Charles Robert Ashbee, Ernest Gimson, Charles Rennie Mackintosh, MH Baillie-Scott, Dr Christopher Dresser, WAS Benson, Sir Robert Lorimer, John Ednie, Edward Barnsley,
Peter Waals, Sir Ambrose Heal, Arthur Simpson of Kendal, Sir Gordon Russell, EW Godwin
, Morris & Co, Liberty & Co, Wylie & Lochhead, Shapland & Petter, Robert (Mouseman) Thompson.

PLEASE NOTE THAT NOT ALL OF OUR STOCK IS SHOWN ON THE WEBSITE.

So always worth visiting us to see what else we have (Currently By Appointment).

Our clients include private, trade & corporate buyers, architects, interior designers & museums.
We aim to offer a very personalised & discrete service. 
 Other services include:

Sourcing Items
Research Services
Representing you at auction
Design & Consultancy
Feng Shui Analysis (Home & Work environments)

    Regrettably, we do not offer online valuations nor give out prices of sold items.

We only deal in antiques; all our pieces are genuine and we do not stock replicas or reproductions.

Payments can be made by credit card (in person), debit cards, cheque, cash or bank transfer.
We can arrange delivery both within the UK and indeed worldwide.

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Any statement of fact mentioned is expressed as a matter of opinion.

Mary Seton Watts panel

CR Mackintosh original architectural drawing

Mary Seton Watts panel