Antique Shops in Suffolk, Norfolk & Cambridgeshire
Sunlight entering through the clear windows. This well-coloured Victorian Staffordshire Fi St Andrews multi-storey car park close by. A waterway in the fen. Sundays by appointment only. We deal in English and French 19th and 20th century furniture and objects.
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Harvesting Hecate Thoughts on life, writing, creativity and magic. Viewing always welcome by appointment in the heart of historic Kings Lynn close to the Norfolk, Lincolnshire and Cambridgeshire borders. This plant is found in woodland often forming carpets, also under hedges and in other shady places. You can also hire boats and equipment here. Parking available on premises. Their color is chestnut, ranging in shade from light golden to dark liver. I remember lying in a field full of them when I was very young and looking through their swaying heads at a clear blue sky — a wonderful memory.
The stems are a pretty pale yellow-green and are shiny and smooth. The flowers are olive-green in colour. The spongy white pith in the stems used to be scraped out and made into wicks for candles. I remember on wet camping holidays when young and there were many of those splitting rushes with my fingernail and trying to remove the pith in one piece without breaking it. This was in the days before Nintendos — simple pleasures!
We have had a very wet day indeed today. This is our pond this afternoon with rain-drops stippling its surface. I spent most of the morning away from home visiting the surgery then shopping in Halesworth and then in Bungay. This afternoon was spent doing household chores and then getting soaked to the skin in the garden.
I have planted some runner beans for my mother. She said she wanted ten plants so I planted ten in pots a week ago and nine have come up. This afternoon I planted three more which will give her a couple of spares in case she gets slug damage after planting out. I then went round the garden checking on the bird feeders. I have been cleaning and disinfecting all the feeders during the past week; waiting until each one empties and then bringing it in.
I have twelve feeders around the garden as well as a couple of bird tables and a ground feeder. The birds are very hungry and the food is disappearing extremely fast. The feeders have to be heavy-duty ones as our garden is quite exposed and the wind is strong enough to blow them down very often. The rooks also cause damage by swinging on the feeders and shaking the seed out for their friends waiting below.
In this rainy weather they cover the feeders with thick mud off their feet too. Squirrels are a real nuisance and can pull a feeder apart very quickly. I also saw a mouse in one of my squirrel-proof feeders the other day. When I went out this afternoon I found two of my peanut feeders had been taken apart and all the peanuts eaten. A blurred picture of my squirrel visitor. Another name for the yellow flag iris is the Sword Flag as its leaves are shaped like a sword and are also sharp enough to cut you.
The Dogwood is about to flower. New stems are dark red and many people cut dogwood back hard just to get the bright coloured stems in early spring. The berries are a shiny black and are very bitter. As R was off work all week he kindly offered to drive us there. It was one of those grey, fairly still days — not cold but not particularly warm either. We then go over a very high bridge spanning not only the River Waveney but also a canal cut from here to Reedham a village on the River Yare a little to the north.
This is the start of the Norfolk Broads, a large area of marshy reedbeds intersected by canals, rivers and broads lakes. A half mile further on is another little bridge which only allows one lane of traffic over it. This is at St Olaves, named after the priory that was here. We then drove through Fritton which has a Country Park with leisure activities — boating, fishing, walking. Also a horse and donkey sanctuary called Redwings. The pub is called the Decoy and the water here, which is a tributary to the Waveney, is called the Fritton Decoy.
We got to Great Yarmouth and E saw her specialist. We then went home. Great Yarmouth is not a pretty town. It has a beach, a dock area and associated industries but it is also very run-down and there is high unemployment and poverty here.
We saw an apologetic bus. A very rare creature. One thing I did notice while we were queuing at traffic lights before crossing over the bridge over Breydon Water was this building below. It was enormous with a thatched roof and an attractive weather-vane.
There is a blue plaque next to those great doors that will give a clue. The iron railings on the bridge are quite nice too. The Chandlery sells everything you might need on your boat while travelling on the Broads or down any of the rivers and out to sea.
You can also hire boats and equipment here. The ancient Bell Inn with its beautiful brickwork on the opposite side of the road to the Chandlery. This one has had a shed built on the top of it at some stage. Pill boxes are dug-in guard posts with loopholes through which to fire weapons. They were called Pill Boxes because they looked like old-fashioned pill boxes! Well, there you are; now you know. About 28, pill boxes and other hardened field fortifications were constructed in as part of British anti-invasion preparations of World War 2 and about 6, still survive.
There is one on the edge of the field in Mill Lane near us. It is still known as the Searchlight because of the searchlight that was used there during the war. The airfield runways are still marked out in the middle of farms and common land.
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Pond at Strumpshaw Fen. Small fry — baby fish in the broad. Dogwood Cornus sanguinea in flower. A waterway in the fen. Yellow Water-lily Nuphar lutea. Mute Swan Cygnus olor with cygnets. Common Meadow-rue Thalictrum flavum.
Southern Marsh-orchid Dactylorhiza praetermissa. Marsh Thistle Cirsium palustre. A meadow full of Yorkshire Fog Holcus lanatus. Green Alkanet Pentaglottis sempervirens. Great Crested Grebe Podiceps cristatus. The beach at Dunwich Heath. The mist in the distance is sea-spray. The waves were quite rough but the tide was going out. Foam was left on the sand and was blowing about. This little fish must have come too close to the shore. Richard has a new Chrysanthemum flower.
My Geraniums are still flowering. I like this pretty Viola. The three ages of Astrantia. Elderberries from the bush at the end of the drive. This is a photo I took last year of Knopper gall damage on acorns.
The trees in our lane. Our Silver Birch is changing colour. I pruned our Pyracantha recently. Common Sorrel Rumex acetosa. As is Yorkshire Fog Holcus lanatus. The Elder Sambucus nigra is in flower.
The Dogwood Cornus sanguinea is in flower too. The flowers are pendulous, like catkins. Yellow Iris Iris pseudacorus. I love Oxeye Daisies Leucanthemum vulgare too. A White Water-lily Nymphaea alba on our big pond.
Female Blue-tailed Damselfly Ischnura elegans. Male Blue-tailed Damselfly Ischnura elegans. Male Azure Damselfly Coenagrion puella.
A brightly-patterned Hoverfly Helophilus pendulus. Male Black-tailed Skimmer Orthetrum cancellatum. Tags Celandines , clouds , daffodils , Dog's Mercury , dogwood , farmland , Jacob sheep , lichen , Lords and Ladies , primroses , snowdrops , St Margaret's church , Suffolk , sunset , walking , Winter Heliotrope.
They will be having their lambs soon. Snowdrops Galanthus nivalis in the churchyard. White lichen on a gravestone. A daffodil bud in the sheltered churchyard. Smooth Sow-thistle Sonchus oleraceus. Oxeye Daisy Leucanthemum vulgare. Elder flowers Sambucus nigra. Field Penny-cress Thlaspi arvense.
Rough Chervil Chaerophyllum temulum. Dogwood flowers Cornus sanguinea. Field Rose Rosa arvensis. Smooth Tare Vicia tetrasperma. With parking outside, it is a little shop with a big variety of ever changing stock. And have been trading over 10 years.
Small shop selling antiques, vintage and French finds. On street parking available nearby. We buy and sell. We are open Monday Wednesday Friday Saturday I specialize in Chinese shipwreck porcelain cargoes dating from the 15th to the 19th Century.
I also stock a large variety of fine paintings, furniture, silver and the unusual. I try and acquire items from private collections. Smithers of Stamford Homeware - All styles of antique furniture and vintage furniture, retro designs and vintage industrial, Midcentury scandinavian. Vintage style lighting and vintage home decor. We specialise in rural bygones, folk art and vintage equestrian but our main aim is to always have an abundance of interesting and curios stuff at affordable prices.
The shop is open Wednesday to Saturday Vintage with vogue is an eclectic mix of antiques and interiors. Open 10 to 4 - 7 days a week. Find out more Antique Fair Venues Are you looking to promote your venue to antique fair organisers? Find out more Antiques for sale from antique dealers in Suffolk, Norfolk, Cambridgeshire Antique Money Bank Antique cast iron money bank in original working condition.
When a coin is placed in his hand he slips it into his pocket Serpentine shaped to the front and sides. Rouge marble tops which are loose There are 8 rolls in total. Each roll is approximately 9 metres in length and measures The back with shaped top and shaped wings running into splayed arms The cut body is frosted then cut away to reveal polished detail.
Norfolk Decorative Antiques Ltd. Retaining it's original watergilding and mirror plate. The moulded edge top above the 2 short Two central drawers flanked either side by a cupboard - one with The chair is in excellent condition. Size 48cm wide x 50cm depth x 80cm high The oval top has a moulded edge. It has a carved gadrooned frieze, one large extra As you can see the bench has super colour and patina. The table has an array of hand beaten details with a procession Scrolled arms, with lift Attractive in design with turned and ringed frames Hand finished in copper and brass with The top having moulded edge with a tulipwood and a bone stringing.
Exposed joints, the out splayed They have superb cutting with a off-centre fan cut around the top and bottom rim TH Chandeliers Slim Gilt Framed Dressing Mirror A super slim framed glass dressing mirror , with a gilt frame and original glass and back , probably ex outfitters mirror A Pair Of 19th Century Decorative Imari Vases A pair of hexagonal shaped Japanese imari vases with lid covers, decorated throughout with red, blue and gilt glazes on a Retaining it's original mercury mirror plate, original water-gilding which The hidden sprung stationary The stool was made circa It is in very good condition.
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Located next to a classic VW dealership with ample parking. Weed seeds get blown into our garden on the wind. We also sell painted furniture and accept commissions to revamp and reupholster customers own furniture items.
The stool was made circa Viewing always welcome by appointment in the heart of historic Kings Lynn close to the Norfolk, Lincolnshire and Cambridgeshire borders. The are always a few choice pieces of Heals furniture in stock.
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