Roxalt Antiques

Roxalt Antiques was started by Alan Whatmore. Alan's interest in antiques blossomed into a new business following his retirement. His wife Angie, who worked closely with him in the business from the beginning, has since taken over running the business following Alan's sudden death in August 2016. Alan's main passion was in furniture and its restoration, especially Georgian pieces, his eclectic tastes ran to many and various antique and vintage items. Angie concentrates more on the collectable items, including glass, ceramics and silver. Angie can be found on duty in the Centre on Saturdays, or continuing the tradition she and Alan enjoyed so much together, drinking and eating the profits away in the Centre's Lounge Café.
Roxalt Antiques

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  • Cut Ruby Encased Glass Decanter

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    Cut Ruby Encased Glass Decanter
    Cut ruby encased glass decanter.


    May 2023
  • Art Nouveau Tazza

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    Art Nouveau Tazza
    Art Nouveau silver plated tazza with original glass by C Kurz and Co, Tiel, Holland, circa 1910

    July 2022
  • Valet

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    Italian wooden Valet with loose change dish


    January 2022
  • Stick Back Country Carver Chair

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    Stick Back Country Carver Chair
    19th century stick back country carver chair.


    August 2021

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Our opening hours are Wednesday to Sunday, 10am to 4pm. Last orders in the Lounge Café are at 3:30pm.

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