First Floor

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First floor view of the shop. The lantiques shop is on three levels - ground floor, first floor and basement. There is also a large 4,000 sq ft warehouse 3 miles from Petworth with larger French and English tables in farmhouse, contemporary and one-off quirky styles. You will also see large cupboards, buffets, sideboards, servers and a selection of painted provincial antique pieces.

Email: info@lantiques.com
Telephone: shop 01798 344020 or mobile 07785 755167

lantiques offers a varied selection of French farmhouse tables in different styles, wood types and periods. We source from all regions of France selecting some of the finest examples of French provincial tables in fruitwood, oak, elm, ash and other assorted woods as well as accompanying quirky pieces of French provincial furniture. Lantiques combines classic period French farmhouse tables with contemporary ideas, textures and form for period and contemporary settings. 

We can search on your behalf for all sizes and styles of furniture, not just French antique furniture, English too. Styles and wood types, including antique tables, French farmhouse tables, French provincial Furniture, decorative antiques, buffets, buffet deux corps, French mirrors, French chairs, butcher's blocks, architectural pieces, period chateau doors, French counters, garden furniture, urns, French farm tables, harvest tables, round tables, French sofas, French painted furniture, French tables. Viewing is by appointment. French farmhouse tables provide the perfect focus for period and contemporary decor. The warm finish and texture of fruitwood with its subtle hues harmonises with an infinte combination of colour schemes and styles. The understated presence of French provincial furniture is timeless in its appeal. Lantiques in Petworth offers a varied selection of French farm antique tables in size and period to suit all needs. Armoires, servers, period commodes, French chairs and sofas also feature in the lantiques repertoire as the perfect partner to the French farmhouse table. Many of our pieces are sourced directly from Provence.

The lantiques website is updated regularly with new arrivals. We also feature a sold archive for reference to help with any specific client requests. The site features a good selection of our French farmhouse tables although not all. The selection includes the classic French fruitwood farmhouse table, cabriole leg farmhouse tables, antique farmhouse tables in oak, elm, ash, pear wood, cherry wood, pine. Please see website for details.

lantiques is situated in the centre of Petworth 50 miles from central London. Petworth is just one hours drive from heathrow or Gatwick airport. The nearest mailine train stations are Haslemere and Pulborough, both of which are about a 50 minute journey from Waterloo and Victoria respectively.

Petworth in West Sussex has become the destination town in the UK for antique 

buyers looking for more than just traditional brown furniture. On the edge of 

the town stands a vast late 17th-century mansion set in a sprawling verdant 

park, landscaped by 'Capability' Brown and immortalised in Turner's paintings. 

The house features fascinating servants quarters with a state of the art 

Victorian kitchen. The house is synonymous with the name Grinling Gibbons 17thc 

Dutch carver to Charles 1 known as the King's carver.

 The majestic 700-acre park is internationally important as one of the finest unspoilt examples of an English landscape park designed by Lancelot 'Capability' Brown. It is also home to the largest and oldest herd of fallow deer in England.The ancient records of Petworth reveal many centuries of land tenure, even mentioning William, 8th Baron de Percy (1193-1245), in connection with the 'new small park in which is his cunegeria' (rabbit warren).'Capability' Brown worked at Petworth for the 2nd Earl of Egremont from 1751 to 1764. His greatest achievement was said to be the serpentine lake, created by damming a series of small ponds. The lake is still fed by a mile of 18th-century underground brick culverts which tap the springs at the base of the western hills in the park.