At Atherton Antiques and Australiana everything old is new again. Fran and Nick at Atherton Antiques and Australiana have been selling quality antiques and collectables from their heritage art deco building in Atherton for nearly 25 years.
They invite you to come and browse through their two story shop and enjoy looking at the many historic treasures sourced locally. The shop features beautiful colonial period furniture. Many of the items made from local timbers such as Red cedar, silky oak, and Queensland maple. Fran and Nick also have a great selection of collectable English china, sterling silver, glass and jewelry. They have recently restocked the shop with some fantastic new items. Included is a beautiful circa 1900 blackbean sideboard, made buy the important Queensland cabinet maker Rosenstengel and Kleimeyer in Toowoomba.
Fran and Nick are also well known for conducting charity antique roadshows for local community groups, and also feature on the ABC Far North morning radio program with their “Antiques on the Wireless” radio talk back show. Please drop in and say hello, they would love to see you. You can find the shop at 2 Tolga Road Atherton, next door to Khans Curries.
Posted by Bronwyn under Tablelands News | Posted on 24th Mar 2016