Battle Road, Dallington
East Sussex, TN21 9LQ
Open: We open by arrangement only, please ring first with all enquiries.
For over 40 years I have worked with antiques and, like my parents and grandparents, I have a genuine deep rooted passion for antique furniture and particularly 17th and 18th Century British furniture and early English walnut.
Our family name was Webberley and in the 18th and 19th centuries many Webberley men worked as cabinet makers and coach builders. Henry Webberley-Smith built one of Queen Victoria's carriages and it is still used by the British Royal Family today. When I was able to open my first shop it seemed right for it to carry that name.
In the last fifteen years I have closed my shops in Mayfield and in France and moved the Webberley business to a barn at my home with online sales and viewings by arrangement.
Set of Eight George I Design Oak Dining Chairs
Hungarian Ash Desk attributed to Howard & Sons
17th Century Table Top Oak Spice Cabinet c. 1670
William and Mary Walnut Lowboy c. 1690
Beautiful Christophé Fratin Gilt Bronze Candelabra
Lovely Art Deco Sapphire and Diamond Ring c. 1935
15ct Large Oval Cut Amethyst and Seed Pearl Brooch
Asprey & Co. Ltd Silver Bacchus Mask Claret Jug
Regency Solid Mahogany ‘Daws’ Reclining Chair
George II Oak and Burr Elm Chest on Chest c. 1740
Walnut and Laburnum Oyster Veneer Dressing Table
Pair of Early 19th C ‘Gillows' Parlour Chairs
Set of Four Yorkshire Oak Back Stools c. 1730
19th Century Yew, Elm and Ash Windsor Chair c.1850
Dated Charles II Oak Press Court Cupboard - 1685
Louis Majorelle - An Exquisite Art Nouveau Settee
18th Century Florentine Mirror with Original Plate
Celtic Dragon Silver Bon Bon Dish, London 1944
Impressive 17th Century Italian Walnut Cassone
Serpentine Marble Sculpture of The Dying Gaul
Dated English Oak Press Cupboard with Secrets
Platinum and Diamond Art Deco Necklace c. 1920
Diamond and 18kt White Gold Ring Size L
Rare James I Oak Wainscot Chair dated 1609
If you cannot come to East Sussex to view, simply ask for "home approval". If you like the piece when you see it "in the flesh", you can buy it on the spot. If for any reason at all an item does not suit when it arrives - simply return it with the courier and we will refund you in full. All you pay is a nominal amount towards the delivery charge and I will pay the return charge.
I consider it a great privilege to work with antiques and it is a great pleasure to re-home them so that they can continue to be used and as their makers intended. I provide detailed histories and provenance whenever possible so that they carry their stories forward.
Every piece in my stock is chosen with care and selected because I would love to have it in my own home - I describe and photograph my pieces accurately and aim that each will exceed expectations. I operate a full refund guarantee and am always available to offer a personal service and honest friendly advice.
With kindest regards, Debbie Tice