Antiques Shops in Brentwood

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French Quarter

26 Crown Street
CM14 4BA
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If you're looking for a little continental chic, then come along to French Quarter, Crown Street, and check out our fabulous Romance and Chantelle range. Imagine your bedroom with an ornate french style bed surrounded by beautiful accessories - lighting, ceramics, glass and soft furnishings and made to measure curtains to finish it off! We also offer a stunning range of bespoke solid oak furniture and mirrors as well as reclaimed wood mirrors made with or without t-lights. We now also offer hand-made Swarovski jewellery too. It's a 'shopaholics paradise' so come along and browse at what's on display-items from France, Denmark, Holland & Sweden. Prices are varied, making it a great place to buy gifts and there is something for everyone.

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