We would like to take this opportunity to let you all know the exciting news of the recent change in ownership at The Blanchard Collective. Following on from Margaret and John Riordan's recent retirement after 10 years - Hugo Scott Russell will now take over the daily running of the business at the Froxfield site. Closely supported by Travers Nettleton of Garden Art & Barrs Yard.
The new team at the Blanchard Collective are looking forward to an exciting new chapter, working closely with the current collective of dealers while introducing new and interesting partners. We aim to provide an inspiring collection of good quality antique furniture and decorative antiques from around the world to supply trade buyers, and particularly, interior designers as well as private clients.
We very much look forward to welcoming you to the new Blanchard Collective.
The Blanchard Collective has been open for over 10 years and our dealers are looking forward to developing their businesses during 2019. The combined appeal of attractive and sensibly priced Decorative Antiques from the traditional to the downright quirky, has proved very popular.
The purpose built premises just out side Hungerford comprise 6000sq ft on two floors, where pieces can be seen in a stimulating environment, which allows business clients to appreciate and view the pieces at their own leisure.
The idea behind the business is to locate within easy reach of London and other popular areas, a collection of 18 separate dealerships specialising in English,Swedish, French, Italian and other Continental antique furniture as well as a large selection of decorative antiques. With the current trend of mixing styles within homes and commercial premises, the wide choice of pieces found at The Blanchard Collective offers endless alternatives to reflect this way of living and working today.