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Antiques Shops in Kings Lynn

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Antiques Prior and Willis

The Lewes
47 Salts Road
West Walton
Kings Lynn
PE14 7EJ
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Prior and Willis antiques are antique dealers who buy and sell antique furniture to trade and retail customers. Georgian, Jacobean, Victorian, Sheraton, arts and crafts, art nouveau, Edwardian. Prior and Willis antiques have antique chests of drawers, desks, dining tables, card tables, bookcases, dining chairs, arm chairs, bureaux, wash stands, linen presses, wardrobes, breakfast tables, wine tables, tilt top tables, hall chairs. Prior and Willis antiques care about customer satisfaction. Prior and Willis antiques are open for viewing by appointment and you will be made welcome.

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