Antiques At The George

Established in 1992, we at ‘Antiques At The George’ are an Award-Winning Antiques Centre set in a beautifully refurbished Cotswold coaching inn on Burford High Street in Burford, Oxfordshire. The inn itself dates back to the 14th/15th Century with historical links to Charles II, Nell Gwynn and Samuel Pepys (whose renowned graffiti is still preserved on an old window panel!).

Our fascinating Antiques Centre offers visitors an opportunity to explore three floors of antiques and specialist collectors items in a friendly and unhurried atmosphere and at affordable prices. Our professional dealers take pride in offering a wide variety of stock to suit all tastes and interests including: Books, Brass & Copper, Furniture, Glass, Jewellery, Militaria, Art, Pictures & Postcards, Pottery & Porcelain, Silver & Plate, Stripped Pine, Toys, Textiles, Tools, Treen and so much more.

There really is something for everyone and every corner of the building offers new delights for you to find. If you are visiting us from overseas, you will enjoy the sense of stepping back in time and exploring over five hundred years of British history where you can imagine what it might have been like in those days.

We are proud members of the Cotswolds Antiques Group and in the past have been voted for the ‘Best Antiques Shopping Street in Britain’ and one of the ‘Top 50 Antiques Centres Nationwide’. We have even been featured in New York Times Travel Supplement!

Please do not hesitate to get in contact with us for further information on any of our services or you can simply come down and see first hand what we can do for you – we would love to meet you! Alternatively you can visit our social media pages to hear about our latest stock, news and deals.

Opening Hours

Monday

10:00am - 5:00pm

Tuesday

10:00am - 5:00pm

Wednesday

10:00am - 5:00pm

Thursday

10:00am - 5:00pm

Friday

10:00am - 5:00pm

Saturday

10:00am - 5:00pm

Sunday

12:00pm - 5:00pm

Closed for Christmas day (25th December), Boxing day (26th December) and New Year’s Day (1st January)