16th century oak roundel.
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Keith Hockin Antiques

As far back as 1968 Keith Hockin first became interested in old pewter.

In 1970, together with his wife, Pat, Keith opened their first shop at 76 Derby Road in Nottingham.

The rent was £8 a week, the rates £6 a month.


In 1973 Keith was invited to join The British Antique Dealers’ Association.

He remains a member forty five years later, selling a range of beautiful country objects.

At any one time the stock might include a 17th-century Lancashire oak settle, a selection of 16th  and 17th century oak carved panels, alms dishes and the odd wool-weight.


Keith and Pat moved from Nottingham to the charming Cotswold market town of Stow on the Wold in July 1976. 

They occupy a period property in the Square, part of which dates back to the 16th century.

The town is well-known for its antique shops and provides an excellent base for touring the Cotswolds.

Fairs & Website

They exhibited at the first three BADA fairs with great success.

Now in 2018 they still continue to offer their distinctive stock to enthusiastic customers.

For further information, visit Keith Hockin Antiques online.


Keith Hockin Antiques
16th- to 18th-century oak furniture; carvings, metalwork and pewter
The Square
GL54 1AF
Opening hours
Open by appointment to suit you, or take a chance as our opening times vary
Keith Hockin
Patricia Hockin