Yes, I am going to retire (well nearly) next year and start trading from home. This means that I have to reduce my stock levels by a considerable amount by then.
The vast majority of you have asked that I put sale prices on items on the web site, rather than use the ‘make me an offer’ feature. Therefore, I have started putting the sale prices on a large number of items and will continue to add more each week. So keep checking the web sites to see if I have reduced something that you might be interested in.
All the furniture must go by the end of the year and a large percentage of the remaining stock, by next March.
Sale prices are subject to delivery costs and any credit/debit card charges.
But don’t worry, I am not giving up completely and I will still be dealing in a select range of subjects.
SHOWROOM OPENING TIMES
As some of you are aware, Janice hasn’t been well for some time and for the immediate future I will be working from home. I will be popping into the showroom during the week to pick up any telephone mesages, but you can contact me by email at any time. If you would like to view any items in the showroom, then please contact me so we can arrange a convenient time. Thank you for your patience during this time.
WE HAVE NOW MOVED PREMISES
We have now moved from our Chichester premises and are operating just outside Chichester and are concentrating on the online side of the business. You can still come and see our range of items, but would ask that you make an appointment to do so.
OUR JAPANESE WEB SITE IS NOW ONLINE
We are pleased to say that our web site dedicated to just Japanese items is online and can be viewed at justjapanese.net Here you will find a selection of antique and contemporary items from the Meiji period and the 20th century, including bronzes, ivory okimono's, silver, woodblock prints, Satsuma, studio pottery and much more, we hope you like it.
NOT ALL THE STOCK IS IN THE SHOWROOM
If you are coming to the showroom to see a specific piece (especially paintings), then please check with us first as some items are in storage or out on loan for exhibitions and we may need a little time to get them back to show you.
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