Millstone Art & Antiques was established in 2007 and aim to supply stylish and quality investments for your home. Our interest has spanned over twenty years as collectors of artwork, objet-trouve's and antiquarianbooks. A knowledge and appreciation of fine furniture and quality pieces of woodcraft for nearly thirty years. We are supporters of Antiques Are Green and believe in it's objectives.
It is our wish that you are able to navigate around this site with ease and enjoy the shopping experience with us. Look in our 'Gallery' pages and simply click on an image for more pictures and information.
Whilst we will attempt to keep the site regularly updated we will never have all of our stock on the site. Please contact us if
you are looking for something specific and we will advise you of availability. If we haven't got it we can try to locate it for you.
We specialize and supply quality lamps and shades, paintings, prints together with small pieces of furniture and other objects of craftsmanship from the eighteenth, nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
Our electric lamps are late nineteenth century through to the art deco period and on to some retro 1960's. All are restored, re-wired, certified and tested to meet the modern requirements and many of our luxurious lampshades are styled and made by Lisa Wrigley using only the finest silks and fabrics. From floor to table, sitting room to bedroom our lamps will enhance any location creating an ambience of relaxing style, quality and luxury.
Our collection of art covers traditional through to contemporary work. Pairs are a speciallity and some pieces are mounted in a fresh and bright way whilst others are fully original.
Furniture is mainly small and functional and is selected to both fit and enhance the modern home in either tradtional or contemporary setting.
Items of elegance, quality, style and functionality to enhance any home.
We are able to offer restoration and re-wiring of lamps together with a competitively priced PAT testing service to hotels, guest houses, holiday cottages, small business's and private homes.
For details of shipping costs please see 'Our Services'.
Cheadle Town Mayor
Councillor Mrs Margaret Locker
attending our opening pictured with Jane and myself.
The Lady Mayor and Consort with Jane.
A view of St Gile's Church
Millstone Art & Antiques