GRAND WAREHOUSE CLEARANCE SALE
We have now been in our new premises for just over 3 months and I realise that I need to reduce the stock levels down to a more manageable level. This doesn’t mean that we will stop looking for new items to tempt you, but we think we need a smaller number of pieces which will enable us to concentrate on selling these better.
Therefore we have decided to have a short warehouse clearance sale where everything (except for the recent additions) will have a discount of at least 20% and some with a much higher discount. There are too many items on the web site to allow us to change the price on each piece, so if you are interested in anything, please let us know and we will see what we can do for you.
Over the next few weeks we will be including in the Weekender some pieces which will have a larger discount and we hope that there will be something to tempt you.
Sale prices will not include any delivery or postages costs.
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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