Buying process

A guide to buying on
Once you have settled on a piece you would like to buy there are four options to proceed

1. The ‘Purchase’ button will add the item to your basket

To view the basket you can login or Register. The list price includes international delivery and excludes import duties.

2. The ‘Make an Offer’ button

Allows you to submit an offer and negotiate a deal direct with the office.
The agreed price does not include delivery outside of London.

3. You can contact us

Via the ‘Ask a Question’ tab

4. And finally

Call the office on +44 (0) 207 6920 897

Once we have your enquiry we confirm availablility of the item and where it is located.
Our invoice is then submitted for payment by bank transfer or Stripe via credit card. We also offer 10 month 0% finance with ArtMoney exclusive of shipping costs.
All items are fully checked over and polished in our workshops
Once the item is perfect and ready to ship, we then arrange the delivery, either local or international with Fedex or DHL for smaller items and our fine art shippers for larger pieces.

A charming and knowledgeable gentleman with a very good collection and a great eye.

I really enjoyed working with Nick when I recently acquired two pieces from his collection. His photography is excellent and the website was very easy to navigate and full of interesting items. Whilst looking through his website, I found a wonderful George III secretaire bookcase which he took me to see at Cross Hall Manor and a very chic pair of Louis XVI mahogany drum cabinets with marble tops which he kindly agreed to bring over and try in my house. Once in place, I agreed that they were perfect. Nick recommended a very good restorer to make some alterations and helped over see the work. I am looking forward to receiving the pieces in my London house and I know they will look wonderful when delivered. I have purchased from many other London art and antique dealers and the service Nick has provided is five star. A charming and knowledgeable gentleman with a very good collection and a great eye. I would recommend Nick Wells to anyone looking for high quality antique furniture and objects.
The Aitkens