Rare ebony armchair from Longleat House South India or Ceylon late-17th Century
Rare japanned and painted chinoiserie cabinet-on-stand English, c. 1820
antiquarian taste

About

Established in 1967 in London. Antiquarian approach. Known for eclectic and distinctive mix of historically interesting and unusual English, Continental and Oriental furniture and works of art, of all periods. 

Harris Lindsay has sold works of art to over sixty museums and other public collections all over the world, including the British Museum, the Victoria & Albert Museum, the Metropolitan Museum New York, and the Getty Museum - from Tokyo to Toledo, Amsterdam to Adelaide, Virginia to Versailles. See our website for full list, and examples. 

They advise on buying or selling at auction or through private treaty.  They also have long-standing contacts in all areas of the art and design world and can connect you with leading practitioners in the fields of interior design, architectural restoration and design, landscape design, and the restoration of furniture and works of art.

Bruce Lindsay has been in this business for over thirty years. He has done much valuation work for the National Trust and other public bodies, and advises the government for the Reviewing Committee on the Export of Works of Art and for the Acceptance in Lieu scheme. He has served on the vetting committees of various international fairs and is a past Council Member of the Furniture History Society.

Marieke MacMahon previously lectured in Art and Design History in Ireland. She has a First Class degree in the History of Art and a Master's in Furniture History. 

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antiquarian works of art
Harris Lindsay
English, Continental and Oriental furniture and works of art; later 19th- and early 20th-century Western applied arts
Address
c/o BADA, London
Opening hours
By appointment
Established
1967
Contact(s)
Bruce Lindsay
Marieke MacMahon