Seek out your perfect find. Take it home with you. Make new memories out of something old. You’ll always remember where you found it.
Ammanford Antiques Centre
Old age, vintage and salvage
The Ammanford Antiques is a new kid on the block for all things pre-loved from past times. Opened in 2016 it is a busy, exciting and ever-changing hub in the town centre. If you’re the ultimate re-cycler and interested in preserving, reusing, adapting and recycling, this is the place for you. Under 1 roof, over 2 floors, 12 proud and knowledgeable dealers showcase antique, vintage, collectable and salvage items that they’ve sourced from a diverse range of sources from pubs to churches, mines to the military. All are happy to help with any assistance you need on finding that special treasure to take pride of place in your home.
16b Wind Street Ammanford SA18 3DN
Antiques and Interiors
Sage Antiques has been at the heart of Ammanford for over ten years. The name is apt. Sage has built a strong reputation based on the wisdom, taste and experience of its owners in antiques and interiors. That’s why you’ll probably come back time and time again. Browse their six showrooms full of quality antique and later used furniture at competitive prices. You’ll be spoiled for choice – Sage offers oak, mahogany, pine from the 18th 19th and 20th centuries and good quality taxidermy! And if you don’t see what you’re looking for straight away, it will no doubt be in store ready to be lovingly restored in the workshop for you.
38 and 40 College Street Ammanford SA18 3AF
James and Patricia Ash Antiques
The time is always right
Any time is a good time to visit James and Patricia Ash Antiques. Pull up right outside. Step inside and find a showroom full of quality Welsh, English, European and later furniture and accessories, fashioned in woods such as oak, mahogany and walnut. If clocks are your thing, then this is your place. There are normally 20-30 ticking away for you to discover including Welsh longcase clocks – a speciality – as well as many wall and mantle clocks. All are sold in working order and set up wherever they need to be. You’ll also find quality silver and pottery items. Time well spent.
The Warehouse Station Road Llandeilo SA19 6NG
Works Antique Centre
The full works
Whatever the weather, you’ll find the full works here under 1 roof in the biggest antiques centre in SW Wales – 55 dealers offering a huge range and fast-changing stock of antiques and collectables. You’re guaranteed a warm welcome (croeso cynnes), helpful staff and plenty of room to breathe. So take your time browsing in 7,000 sq.ft of space amongst antique and period furniture, painted vintage furniture, china, paintings, prints, books and maps, vintage clothing and jewellery, toys and kitchenalia. Or if it’s a little bit of Wales you’re after, choose from an array of Welsh Oak furniture, China and blankets and other items of Welsh interest.
Tim Bowen Antiques
Room with a view
Tim Bowen Antiques is the epitome of ‘cool Cymru’ offering you a new twist on old things. At the contemporary gallery in Ferryside, take your time viewing beautiful Welsh and British country furniture and folk art in 1,500 sq ft of peaceful, unstuffy and unpressurised surroundings. Take in the views of the estuary at the same time. You’ll find a lot of passion from the owners and a commitment to preserve the integrity items on sale. Visit in person or virtually. Don’t miss their much talked-about 4 x a year exhibitions and accompanying catalogues. If you’re seriously looking for unique, historic and life enhancing things, this is for you.
Richard Bebb Welsh Antiques
Pride of place
Richard Bebb is recognised as the foremost authority on Welsh Antique furniture in the country. His fine collection is wide ranging and much sought after. Whatever the item, the emphasis is always of Welsh interest. It might come as no surprise that such a collection finds pride of place in the lovely setting of Old Castle Mill’ Kidwelly. Here you can enjoy the luxury of space that showcases exceptional examples of the craftsmanship typical of Welsh furniture. From dressers to tables, chests to coffor-bachs, individual simple chairs to elaborate carved cupboards, all have a unique story to tell and are representative of various parts of Wales.
Curiosity Antique Centre
Curiouser and curiouser
Curiosity Antiques Centre is West Wales’ largest antiques centre. Here you’ll find 40+ dealers all on one lever under one roof in King Street, the hub of Carmarthen’s thriving arts, crafts and antiques scene. If you’re of the curious type and like nothing than spending time in search of unusual collectables then welcome to heaven! If clocks and watches tick your box, this is your place. If it’s sparkle you want, this is your destination for specialist jewellery. There’s probably something here from 18th – 20th century for every letter of the alphabet: art, books (antiquarian, second hand and Welsh), ceramics…the list is endless.
19 King Street Carmarthen SA31 1BW
Carmarthen Antiques Centre
Eccentric and eclectic
Mae croeso cynnes yn eich disgwyl/ A very warm welcome awaits you as soon as you enter Carmarthen Antiques Centre. Packed to the rafters with all manner of antiques, collectables, retro and vintage ware, ephemera, mantiques and everything and anything quirky or unusual, it’s living proof of the Centre’s aim to ‘surround yourself with things you love’. And you’re bound to come across something you’ll love and treasure from one of the 40 dealers who all trade here under one roof. New stock of lovely old things arrives daily and it’s open for business 7 days a week. So any time’s always a good time.
Audrey Bull Antiques
To treasure forever
Audrey Bull has a great reputation for having one of the largest collections of antique, vintage, second-hand and gem-set jewellery in the area. But there’s much more besides. In Jackson’s lane you’ll also be thrilled to find a range of good quality period and Welsh country furniture, and general antiques including paintings, porcelain and silver. So if you’re looking for that special gift for someone’s birthday, wedding or anniversary, or even if you want to indulge yourself or adorn your home, there’s something here for every occasion and every whim. Spoil someone else, or go on, perhaps spoil yourself.
Chock a block
If you like the smell of furniture wax and all things unique and strange, head to Alltyrodyn Antiques. This deceptively large shop is chock a block with antique and vintage finds, all well preserved and well looked after. If rustic’s your game, you’ll uncover honest Victorian and Georgian country furniture, especially tables and chairs as well as carved oak furniture. You name it, you’ll find it, all of it saying ‘take me home’.–Victorian art nouveau oil lamps to light up the darkest corners, cut crystal glassware to bring sparkle to your shelves, copper kitchenalia along with special Arts and Crafts period pieces, all at modest prices.
Rhydowen Near Llandysul SA44 4QB
Emlyn Antiques Centre
Something old at New Road
If you’re a collector, an enthusiast or a modern-day treasure hunter, this is the venue for you. It offers a full range of antiques, collectables, memorabilia, fine china, vintage clothing, and jewellery. Or if you’re looking for interesting old things for the outside, take your time to browse through an array of reclaimed items for the garden with friendly staff on hand to offer advice and help. New stock arrives daily at New Road so there is always a surprise in store. You can also purchase gift vouchers for you or a friend to spend in the Centre, so always the place for present ideas.
New Road Newcastle Emlyn SA38 9BA