A large Queen Anne oak box seated settle.
Andrew Singleton with a 17th century oak armchair.


Suffolk House Antiques

Suffolk House Antiques was established in 1991 by Andrew Singleton.

They are based at extensive galleries in Yoxford, a few miles from the attractive Suffolk coastal towns of Southwold and Aldeburgh.


Visitors to the galleries can see one of the largest selections of early furniture in the country, with the emphasis being on colour and patination.

Stock always includes a range of pieces from the Tudor, Stuart and Georgian periods and whilst oak is the primary wood, walnut, elm, fruitwood and yew wood also feature strongly.

The inventory always includes a range of oak dressers, refectory and gateleg tables, seating, cupboards and smaller pieces of furniture, such as side tables, boxes and stools.

Early works of art include tapestries, paintings, carvings and ceramics, particularly delftware. Over eighty pieces of current stock can be seen on their website and further images can always be supplied.


Andrew Singleton has been a member of the British Antique Dealers' Association since 1995.

He exhibited at the BADA Fair for eighteen years and now holds two exhibitions a year at his Suffolk gallery.

He is always happy to advise clients on decorating and furnishing an early house.

Andrew has supplied pieces for many of the leading collections both at home and overseas and is happy to source specific pieces.

For further information visit the company website


Suffolk House Antiques
17th- and 18th-century oak and country furniture and associated works of art
High Street
IP17 3EP
Opening hours
Open Monday-Saturday 10-1, 2.15-5.15; closed Wednesday
Andrew Singleton