ABOUT US

Georgia Lacey Antiques was established in Royal Tunbridge Wells five years ago by Georgia and her husband Marc, specialising in fine Swedish painted antiques and European decorative objet d'art.

Georgia hands picks every piece of furniture on her regular trips to Sweden, placing great emphasis on sourcing items of quality, exceptional form and exquisite patina.

Established as one of the UK's foremost Swedish antiques specialists, we have the pleasure of collaborating with some of the world's pre-eminent architects and interior designers, as well as supplying unique pieces to international dealers and discerning private collectors.

Our current projects include; sourcing 18th century Scandinavian antiques for the restoration of an historic private villa on Lake Como, and providing Swedish antiques & bespoke Gustavian style pieces for a magnificent ocean front residence in Antigua.

Due to the ever increasing demands for more space, we have recently moved our business to a larger showroom near Sissinghurst Castle in Kent, where we welcome private and trade visitors by appointment.

Our ethos is to provide a selection of beautiful antiques, contemporary art, mirrors and decorative objects that compliment both traditional settings and the ultra modern interiors of today.

We ship worldwide with regular shipments to the US using specialist antiques carriers, as well as weekly services to mainland Europe, and of course throughtout the UK.

GEORGIA LACEY Swedish Gustavian antique and Swedish Rococo antiques and interiors

Prior to establishing her Swedish antiques business, Georgia spent 20 years working as a freelance stylist and set designer, collaborating with some of the world's most influential magazines including Vogue and Vanity Fair.

During that time she styled photo shoots with global stars including Colin Firth, Keira Knightley, Giselle, Eva Mendes, Giselle Bundchen, Josh Hartnett & Renee Zellweger.

Her many commercial clients include Adidas, Canon, Farrow & Ball, John Lewis, Fortnum & Mason, Reebok, Graff Diamonds, House of Fraser, Nike, Marks & Spencer, Swarovski, Pepsi Max, Vodafone, Universal Studios, and Virgin Airways.

Her natural eye for detail was nurtured at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design in London, where she graduated in Fashion, Communication and Promotion.

On leaving college, Georgia spent three years at The Sunday Telegraph where she wrote her regular interiors column 'Retail Therapy'.

Georgia Lacey Antiques allows Georgia to combine her unique styling flair with her love of antiques.