Bazaar X Antiques

We love a mix of old and new and feel like it really is the best way to create an interesting and timeless interior – in fact, we’ve written a blog post (coming soon!). Our aim since the start of Bazaar was to offer our customers the very best in luxury furnishings and that meant expanding our offering into antiques. We knew we needed to work with someone who knew their stuff and the first person who popped into our heads was Lennox Cato. You may remember Lennox from his time on the BCC1 Antiques Roadshow as one of the hugely knowledgeable furniture specialists, he also heads up Lennox Cato Antiques and Works of Art.

Lennox Cato Antiques and Works of Art was established in 1978 and has matured over the years to become one of the countries most recognised and leading antiques establishments. Husband and wife team, Lennox and Susan Cato, pride themselves on the service and commitment they provide to their clients, many of whom return time and again. Their motto ‘We never have problems, only solutions.’ confirms their service is just as important as the product itself.

His other credits include being awarded the BACA Award for Best General Antique Dealer in the South of England in 2003. In 2004 he became a director of the BADA and in 2008 represented country dealers as Country Vice Chairman. In 2015 Lennox was proudly admitted as the 100th Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Art Scholars. Lennox is also a registered member of NAVA (National Association of Valuers and Auctioneers).

We are absolutely delighted to be working with Lennox, allowing us to offer you some of the very finest antiques alongside our contemporary furniture, ensuring you have everything you need to create a truly beautiful home. 

Here’s a few of our favourite antique pieces available to shop now on Bazaar:

Rosewood What-not - 19th Century

A very elegant three tier faded rosewood what-not. We would style this as a well stocked bar cart with some elegant glassware, a cocktail shaker and of course a delicious tipple or two.

 

Mahogany Writing Desk - 18th Century

Working from home might be a new way of life for many but that doesn’t mean you need a ‘new’ desk. This 18th Century beauty will make a day spent at your desk a pleasure.

 

Side Cabinet - 19th Century

We absolutely love the beautiful pleated silk front panels on this 19th Century rosewood cabinet. Add a pair of table Lamps on top and a great piece of art and you’ve got yourself a perfect set up for any reception or dining room.

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