Homes & Antiques Awards 2013

By Natasha Goodfellow,
24th April 2013 - 15:09

 

 

And the winners of this year’s H&A awards are...

Following a glittering awards ceremony at the Decorative Antiques & Textiles Fair in Battersea Park on 25th April, we are delighted to announce the winners of the Homes & Antiques Awards 2013, as voted by you, the public. Congratulations to all our winners. Drum roll please!

ANTIQUES SHOP OF THE YEAR

Georgian Antiques
10 Pattison Street, Leith Links, Edinburgh, EH6 7HF

0131 553 7286; georgianantiques.net

HIGHLY COMMENDED

Glass Etc., 22 Rope Walk  Rye, East Sussex TN31 7NA
01797 226600; decanterman.com

Robert Young Antiques, 68 Battersea Bridge Road,
London, SW11 3AG
0207 228 7847; robertyoungantiques.com

VINTAGE SHOP OF THE YEAR

Barter Books

Alnwick Station, Alnwick, Northumberland, NE66 2NP
01665 604888; barterbooks.co.uk

HIGHLY COMMENDED

Edward & Vintage, Beech Cottage,
Chapel Lane,
Tissington,
Derbyshire,
DE6 1RA
01335 390 537; edwardandvintage.co.uk

Rennies Seaside Modern, 47 The Old High St  Folkestone CT20 1RN
01303 242427; rennart.co.uk

ANTIQUES CENTRE OF THE YEAR

Brackley Antique Cellar
Draymans Walk, Town Centre, Brackley, NN13 6BE
01280 841841; brackleyantiquecellar.co.uk

HIGHLY COMMENDED

Hemswell Antiques Centre, Caenby Corner Estate  Hemswell Cliff, Gainsborough, Lincolnshire DN21 5TJ
01427 668389; hemswell-antiques.com

The Swan at Tetsworth, High Street Tetsworth, 
Oxon OX9 7AB
01844 281777; theswan.co.uk

HOMES & ANTIQUES PEOPLE'S CHOICE

 

Barn Antiques Centre
Station Road, Long Marston, Warwickshire, CV37 8RP
01789 721399; barnantique.co.uk

HIGHLY COMMENDED

Honeycombe Antiques, 17 Exchange St, Harleston IP20 9AB
01379 854567; honeycombeantiques.com

Nostalgia at No.1, No.1 Market Place, Shepton Mallet, Somerset, BA4 5AZ
nostalgia-stonehouse.co.uk

'We’re absolutely delighted with the response,’ says Angela Linforth, editor of Homes & Antiques. ‘The awards were set up to raise awareness of and boost interest in antiques and antiques shops among a wider audience who might otherwise overlook them and it certainly looks as if they’ve done just that. Almost all of the shops on the original shortlists have received some press coverage and our winners are obviously much-loved and valued by their customers and communities. Hopefully this accolade will encourage even more people to visit them and to see just what it is that makes them so special.'

Look out for a feature on the winners in the July issue, out on 6th June.

 

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