About Us

A lifelong love of interiors and antiques, a childhood constantly collecting and a seven-year apprenticeship in stained glass design, conservation and restoration all led up to Drew Pritchard becoming an independent antique dealer in 1993. Initially dealing predominately in architectural antiques, he noticed that what he really loved ended up at home or sold immediately leading him to concentrate on buying the pieces which really spoke to him… an educated view that concentrated on originality, scale, colour and that feeling that the piece is just ‘right’ always guide every purchase. Drew spends four days a week on the road sourcing stock all over Europe and deals with international interior decorators and dealers on a daily basis, a small team handle the logistics and sales, but Drew oversees the buying, restoration, photography and listings himself.

People often remark that he has a good eye … the response always.., “but that’s all I’ve got”… we all know there’s a lot more to it than just that.

What services do you provide?

Antiques, Lighting, Sofas, Chairs and Ottomans

How would you describe your style?

"Comfortable and vibrant with both feet firmly in the rich layered English Country House interiors of the 19th and early 20th centuries, Drew truly buys what he loves and what he lives with himself…. He revels in the mix that wear, patination and good design bring and creates an ongoing assemblage of pieces that will work together in any interior to create a homely understated lived-in environment."

Please describe a recently completed project or tell us about the bespoke service that you offer

"Working with interior decorators, private individuals and dealers around the world sourcing the very best for over a dozen projects at any one time. Drew will take on interior projects if the house, client and himself feel the fit is right, but this is not the backbone of what he does.  Drew has recently designed and produced lighting, soft furnishings and upholstered furniture ranges with several other projects waiting in the wings."