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Welcome To Medway Antiques

 From the era's that defined the golden ages of craftsmanship Faversham Antiques stocks a selection of some of the finest examples of antique furniture that not only enhance any home but are also a great investment. From beautifully crafted chairs to stunning tables made out of the finest woods Faversham Antiques provides a service that lets you make the right choice
Our emphasis remains on Fine Affordable Antique Furniture and we will continue to attend the Detling International Antiques Fair, Stands 96-97 in the John Hendry Pavilion.Medway Antiques has now established the shop in the Historic 17C Standard Quay, Faversham,ME13 7BS.The shop is number 4 Standard Quay and is open from Thursday to Sunday 10.30 - 4pm with free parking.

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Museum Quality, Matching set, of George II, circa 1745,Elm dining chairs £1200.

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.William and Mary period, circa 1700,Solid Walnut Side Table. £575.00

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Fine Small ,George I ,circa 1720,Oak Chest, £575.00

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George III,circa 1770, Solid Mahogany Lowboy, Oak lined Drawers, £470.00

Irish, George III, circa 1780, Figured Mahogany Longcase by John Joyce of Tanderagee ,8 day, Fully Serviced.£2800.

George III,circa 1780,Mahogany Washstand,outstanding colour and condition. £380.00

Fine Small ,George III,circa 1760 Honey Coloured Mahogany Bureau Bookcase. £950.00

 Fine 17thC , circa 1680,French Oak and Beech monastic Armchair in rare Original Condition £875.00

Queen Anne, circa 1705,Carved Oak High back Leather Arm chair. £785.00.

Dutch Hand carved, High Back Oak Hall chair with rare double paw cabriole feet. Burrell family crest. Circa 1750. £260.00

Large Georgian, circa 1820 Yew wood Windsor Chair. £675.00

Large,George III,circa 1760, Chippendale Period,Mahogany Arm chair. £385.00

A Very Rare Find

A Highlight of our Early Map Collection, this John Speed Map of Cornwall is from the rare and sought after 1616 Latin Edition. Price on Application.

George II, circa 1750,Fold over card table, rare original baize. £675 

Charles II , circa 1665,Ball Carved Oak Side Table. £675.00

Very Fine George III, circa 1790.Figured Mahogany, Serpentine front Sideboard. £730

Regency Period, Circa 1810,Figured Honey Mahogany ,Single Plank, 6 Seat Tilt To Breakfast Table. £845

Fine Cromwellian period, Circa 1650, Large Oak Country House Table. £695.00

George III, Circa 1800 Country Oak pot board Welsh Dresser
6ft wide 6ft high. £1450.

Fine Queen Anne Period,circa1710.Table top, period carved, Oak Coffer. £430.00

Finely Carved, Charles II, circa 1670, Small Oak coffer. £780

.Small and Stylish, George III,circa 1770,Cuban Mahogany Oval Pembroke Table. £420.00

Very fine Ebony and Walnut Pier Cabinet Bookcase,circa 1850,Original Linings. £485.00

Rare Georgian Elegance - George III ,circa 1760,All Original ,Inlaid and Crossbanded Walnut Chest.  £930.00

Exceptional ,George IV, circa 1825,Solid Rosewood fire screen. £235.00

A Magnificent Example!

George III,circa 1760,Authentic Oak Welsh Open Rack Dresser . £1'650.00


Standard Quay offers a unique experience; eat, drink and shop, while taking in Faversham’s living history. The independent shops and stores are full of charm – and bargains – whilst our Tea Room & Coffee Shop offers the perfect respite during your visit.

Standard Quay is one of Faversham’s hidden gems! Sitting alongside the Creek at the end of Abbey Street and in easy walking distance of the town centre, Standard Quay gives the visitor a truly unique experience. Offering Creekside walking, shopping, eating and a chance to see Faversham’s living history. It is home to several classic ships and boats including barges such as the Cambria and Greta as well as traditional fishing boats, classic tugs and overnight moorings of all sorts! One of Standard Quay’s classic ‘barn’ buildings, that dates back to the seventeen hundreds, is the temporary home of the Cambria Thames Barge Exhibition.

Medway Antiques Accepts Paypal

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Have your item delivered to your door

If you live within a ten mile radius of Chatham most items can be delivered free of charge, for larger or muliple items, please call to discuss shipping terms.

Repairs & Evaluations

Have your furniture expertly restored. 

We offer a restoration service from reupholstery to damage repair and polishing, we also offer a free evaluation service so if you have something you feel of value or just wish to know more about it, why bring it down for an expert opinion?