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Oglethorpe Antiques & Interiors
3509 Frederica Road North
St. Simons Island, Georgia 31522
Phone: 888.206.3219
Fax: 912.638.8783
Email: info@oglethorpeantiques.com
Web: www.oglethorpeantiques.com
Hours: Monday thru Saturday: 10:00am - 5:00 pm
Oglethorpe Antiques and Interiors, known to antique lovers as "a must see" and a "hidden treasure trove" offers 18th and 19th Century English, French, and American antiques. We are one of the few exclusive retailers of W. Moorcroft fine Pottery and Enamels, founded in 1897 at Stoke-on-Trent, England, and appointed Royal Potters to the Queen. They are highly collectable and much sought after pieces that have been obtainable - until just recently - only in Europe.

At Oglethorpe II, adjacent to our main galleries, we offer quality vintage furniture and accessories. The many rare finds and selections reflect the artistry and craftsmanship of a previous era. Some are quite unique, like our Indian Elephant Saddle - an eye-catching spot for reading or enjoying a quick nap.

Many of our items are exquisite examples of the Chippendale, Sheraton, and Adam styles. As well as a fine collection of Louis XV and XVI furniture, we offer Continental and American Empire and Federal pieces.

At Oglethorpe Antiques and Interiors, interior design is a true art form. Our decorating philosophy embraces not only antiques, but a pleasing mix of custom made and other fine quality new furniture lines. With a combined 54 years of residential and upscale commercial experience, Oglethorpe Antiques and Interiors, has created sumptuous yet comfortable interiors in Europe and throughout the United States.

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