Including antique china, retro and antique kitchenalia, vintage or antique glass, vintage ceramics, vintage or antique metalware, treen and even jewellery and textiles
& RETRO POTTERY
PORCELAIN & GLASS
VINTAGE, RETRO & ANTIQUE
Why buy antique and vintage ceramics and glass from Antik Seramika?
We offer a beautiful range of ever changing antique and vintage porcelain, pottery and glass items covering the 18th century up to mid-century and retro pottery and glass of the 1950s 1960s and 1970s. Some of our specialisms include Scandinavian art pottery from the mid-century period, retro pottery, art nouveau pottery from Europe and English porcelain teaware from some of the finest makers of antique porcelain.
Fast and efficient despatch for all your antique and vintage purchases
With your purchase you get a fast and efficient despatch service and we pack our items extremely well so that breakages are nigh on impossible. Our prices are sensible and we offer a non-quibble returns policy if you are not happy with the condition of your item. Needless to say we sell vintage and antique items not new products, so they will have wear and tear but we always mention any defects or crazing in the description so that you know what you are buying and in the unlikely event that you receive something that you are not happy with you can return it and get a refund.
We sell vintage and antique porcelain, glass and sundries from around the world to all locations
We have items from all eras, both antique and vintage. Our vintage collection begins in the 1920s and 1930s goes on to the mid century charms of the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s with beautiful vintage ceramics from all over Europe and further afield. Particular favourites are Scandinavian art pottery such as Rorstrand, Finland Arabia and Figgjo Flint. Other countries and periods include Art Deco Noritake, mid-century Thomas of Germany, Rosenthal from 1950s onwards and Cmielov from Poland(when we can get it), also mid century glass such as Murano from Italy, Scandinavian makers such as Holmegaard, Riihimaki, Kosta Boda and Orrefors and British glass, namely Whitefriars, Chance, and Dartington plus 1970s Luminarc and French Pyrex and bistroware from the 70s. As you can see we don’t stick to one country or period and we like to include a good number of international ceramic and glass makers amongst our collection as well as some lovely English antique and vintage porcelain teaware.