More than an ordinary experience

Established in 1964 as a destination for fine antiques, Mill House Antiques attracts an international clientele of discriminating collectors and dealers who seek extraordinary quality and selection, expert and personalized service and the exacting craftsmanship of its workshop

See how our showrooms, world famous gardens and highly personalized service have made Mill House Antiques more than an ordinary experience.  


Pair of Oblong Georgian Demilunes

United Kingdom. Circa 1790.

Matching pair of George III mahogany demilunes crossbanded in mahogany and standing on slender tapered legs terminating with brass castors.  Plum pudding mahogany tops with warm patina.


French Humidor

France. Circa 1860.

This outstanding showpiece has been meticulously crafted and then coated in a rich, thick, ebony lacquer. Numerous classic design elements include the broken pediment above a single door with an oval porcelain Medusa-themed armorial flanked by porcelain colonettes. The interior features myriad trays flanking a central bank of drawers with ornate brass pulls. The interior facing of the door has a birdseye maple panel framed in kingwood. 


George III Sideboard

United Kingdom. Circa 1800.

George III figured mahogany sideboard standing on six tapered legs with string inlay and shell motifs.  Consisting of a center drawer flanked by a  cutlery drawer and a hinged drawer on the left and a double wine drawer on the right.  Fine inlay consists of satinwood stringing and marquetry shells on the center drawer and in the arches under the drawer.  Working locks and keys.


Regency Candle Stands

United Kingdom. Circa 1820.


Fine pair of matching Regency candle stands with subtle lipped trays on top of unusually turned columns. Stands end with delicately carved cabriole legs with acanthus leaves on the knees and ending with ball and claw feet. 


George II Walnut Chest on Stand

United Kingdom. 18th century. 

Stately George II walnut burr chest on stand with scalloped apron situated on cabriole legs. Fine example of 18th century craftsmanship. Oak lined drawers and original brass.



French Commode with Salmon Marble

France. Circa 1880.

Created at the end of the 19th century in the fashion of 100 years prior, this commode employs a fascinating mahogany referred to as “plum pudding” because of its wild, undulating grain.  Attractively trimmed in brass and topped with a lively salmon marble, this commode features unique proportions that make it a little boxier than its period cousins, thus offering a classic look in a modern shape.


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