Sunday, 26 May 2013

The Bank Holiday weekend

Hello and welcome back to Harrogate Antique Centre's Blog. Today's post is a real quickie, just to show you what Phil did with his stand after his move and to give you our opening times for the Bank Holiday.

But before that, this was the picture we ended on last time. Phil had moved stands and was busy painting. Everything was really a bit chaotic, but now it looks really quite different.

He has filled all the extra space with interesting stuff. 
Lots of pictures and pottery, furniture and lamps.

And some more extraordinary pieces, like this large statue of a young boy with a goose.
Its very striking and not something you find everyday. The stand looks really good and is on the left as you come into the centre. Phil always has something worth looking at and now that he has more space there is far more to ponder over so why not come along and have a look for yourself? 

Harrogate Antique Centre is open daily, from 9.30 to 5.30 on Mondays to Saturdays 
and 10 to 4 on Sundays. 
We are easy to find on the main A61 Leeds Road at Pannal just outside Harrogate town centre. 
We have lots of free parking and a great Cafe/Bistro.

Next time I will give you a more detailed look at what new stock our dealers have brought in.
There is some lovely stuff, this chair is just a taster.

Pretty isn't it? It's Edwardian, hand painted and waxed and re-upholstered in a lovely Laura Ashley print with double piping and a great price!

Have a lovely Bank Holiday and hopefully we'll see you soon.
Oh and don't forget that the BBC will be filming their Antique Road Trip programme here at Harrogate Antique Centre this Thursday, 30th May. 

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