We're thrilled to announce that The Warehouse Antiques & Collectables recently played host to the prestigious Antiques Road Trip crew from BBC1. Raj Bisram and Irita Marriott Serha, along with their talented camera crew, graced our premises earlier this year, and the episode is now available for viewing on the BBC iPlayer here.

When it comes to antique books, those starting out as book collectors may be surprised to find that for books to be considered antique, they need to be at least 100 years old. And older.

This is due to the change in the way books are published. In the 19th century, many copies were being produced compared to centuries before when the process was much more labour intensive.

A Vintage Limited Edition That Will Take Your Breath Away!

As you step into our Antique Centre, you'll be transported to a world of timeless treasures and rare finds. But there's one particular piece that commands attention and awe - the vintage limited edition Supreme Dalek model. This imposing figure is a life-size replica of the iconic Doctor Who villain and is an officially licensed product made from the original BBC moulds, by The Planet Earth. Every detail has been expertly crafted to perfection, capturing the true essence of the Supreme Dalek.

International Children's Book Day is celebrated on April 2 every year, marking the birthday of Hans Christian Andersen, the Danish author of beloved children's stories such as "The Little Mermaid" and "The Ugly Duckling.". It's a day to celebrate the joy and wonder of children's literature and the importance of books in the lives of children.

Looking for a way to make your Easter celebration with loved ones more exciting and memorable? Look no further than The Warehouse Norfolk! Our venue provides a wide range of delightful activities suitable for all ages and interests.

Food enthusiasts can satisfy their cravings with a delectable meal at The Warehouse Taproom Bar & Restaurant. Our skilled chefs prepare an extensive menu for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and Sunday roast, catering to all palates. The welcoming ambience, friendly staff, and ample seating make The Warehouse Restaurant an ideal spot to enjoy quality time with family and friends over a delicious meal.

Wedgwood was founded in 1759 by Josiah Wedgwood (1730-1795).

Josiah Wedgwood

Born in Staffordshire, Josiah was one of 12 children. It might surprise you to know that despite being one of the most famous potters in history, he was unable to use a potter’s wheel. Thanks to a bout of childhood smallpox he was left with a permanently weakened knee.

BBC Bargain Hunt Returns To The Warehouse Antiques & Collectables, Setchey, Nr. King’s Lynn, Norfolk

The Warehouse Antiques & Collectables, Setchey opened its doors once again and welcomed back BBC Bargain Hunt film crew, guests and celebrities.

The Bargain Hunt Team enjoyed the last visit in 2019 and 2021, so much that they asked The Clark Family whether they could return and this time they filmed another 2 episodes for BBC1 making it now 8 episodes!

The Captains Chair comes from an age when the standard of your furniture reflected your status within society. Since then its popularity has progressed into many variations that can be found in many residencies such as traditional homes and upscale libraries. Historians believe this style of seating was a specially commissioned back in the 1800’s by Lord Stanhope, The 4th Earl of Chesterfield (hence its name). A Captain’s Chair was traditionally used in ships as a compact seat for the captain to sit when he wasn’t on duty.

This month’s find, a very rare barn find . . .

The Triumph Tigress step through scooter also sold as the BSA Sunbeam. First launched in 1958 the 250cc Scooter had a very swift top speed of 60mph for its time. This loveable Collectable was designed for excellent performance and handling for the average motorcycle enthusiast. With a very reasonable petrol consumption of 200 miles per gallon, a must with today’s crazy fuel prices.

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