Our Hertfordshire antiques showroom is just 25 minutes north of London in the leafy Herts countryside right near where the M25 meets the A1 so well worth a visit. We specialise in classic English dining furniture, art deco, architectural antiques, French furniture, bookcases, porcelain and interiors. We are close to major airports Heathrow, Stanstead and Luton so well located for visits from the continent and further afield. In fact we’ve had clients visit from every corner of the planet, including many from our antipodean friends in Australia and New Zealand.
If you like anything you see on the website please let us know and we can arrange a viewing at our Canonbury Antiques Hertfordshire showroom. We are open on Saturday’s on the weekend and this is one of our most popular days. I guess as our customers are not working and can take time to fully browse and appreciate the Alladin’s Cave that is our showroom! We are open 10am to 5pm on Saturday’s so please let us know if you’d like to come by.
We are only 25 minutes north of London and are conveniently located right near where the A1 meets the M25. We are also accessible via train and the nearest station – Potters Bar – is just 15 minutes north of Kings Cross in central London. There is a minicab firm right outside the station or we can pick you up.
Of course Saturday viewings at the Canonbury Antiques Hertfordshire showroom are popular as some of our customers like to make a day out of it as we are close to lots of places of interest and beauty. St Albans – a lovely Roman / market / Cathedral town is only ten minutes away, as our numerous country pubs and walks. Let us know what you are interested in seeing and we will gladly point you in the right direction.
Why not make a day out of it when visiting the Canonbury Hertfordshire antiques showroom and visit our local town of St Albans? Well actually, as it has a cathedral, it’s officially a city. St Albans is just ten minutes down the road from our gallery so very easy to visit and well worth your time.
St Alban’s is Hertfordshire’s oldest town and was originally a Roman city called Verulamium on the site of a Catuvellauni settlement. Today you can still visit the Roman ruins. The town is also a beautiful, traditional market town with great eating, drinking and shopping. In fact you can visit Ye Olde Fighting Cock (circa 793) pub in the town, which is said to be the oldest pub in England by the Guinness Book of Records. We always send our American and German clients that way and they always love it and it’s just down the road from our Hertfordshire antiques showroom. Let us know if there are any other food or drink places you have in mind and we can reccommend our favourite haunts.