We are able to offer a home delivery service for you if you are thinking of buying from us.
For local deliveries we have our own fully insured delivery van. We would be pleased to deliver around Wiltshire and surrounding areas.
Contact us today for more details.
If you live outside of the area or need delivery further afield, we have an arrangement with Red Dart Couriers who are based in Gloucester, and fully recommend them to offer a friendly, reliable and safe delivery service for your new items. See their website for more information. http://www.reddartcouriers.co.uk
Meet the team
Pillars Antiques runs like a well-oiled machine thanks to a great family team. Here they all are...!
Keith and Becky Clifford
We have been trading as Pillars Antiques for 32 years. In 1986 we opened our shop in Church Street in Calne next to the fish and chip shop. The house as it was then was called The Pillars hence the name Pillars Antiques.
Over the next four years the business grew and in 1990 we moved to Lyneham where there was space to have all of our stock on the one site. Since then the business has expanded into garden ware and that is now an important part of Pillars Antiques.
We work well together and both enjoy different aspects of the business. I enjoy the office and hope to keep the website fairly up together while Keith loves to chat with customers when he is allowed out of his workshop, where he repairs and refinishes items ready for resale. We both enjoy visiting auction rooms and scouring the countryside searching for new stock to replenish the showroom.
We hope to continue trading here for many years to come.
Billy is our guard dog, keeping watch 24/7 along with the CCTV cameras! He's a German Shepherd.
Billy is like a ghost as he can watch us but we don't see him.
He is a sensitive soul and has good days and bad days. On a good day he says hello and has cuddles. On a bad day he scowls and frowns and will try to nip my Dad on his behind when they are in the garden together.
Billy much prefers women to men and we usually accompany a man if he needs access to our garden.
Kinch is our lovely black Labrador. He keeps us all entertained on the cold winter days.
We have only had Kinch for a year and he is eleven now. He loves his walks and we have to keep him on a lead or he disappears over the hills and far far away.
We think he was crossed with Tigger as he has springs on his feet. Oh, and his tongue is two feet long so be warned he loves kisses!
This is Stanley, a Jack Russell. He's the brains behind the outfit!
Stanley is now in his senior years. He is grumpy and growly and his breath can strip paint! He has never liked young children.
I have had him since he was a tiny puppy and even though he now pongs he is mine and I love him as much as he loves me. There is nothing better than having him sit on my knee at night in front of the woodburning stove.
He can often be found in the office laying across my knee while I am sorting out the accounts.
Sadly Stanley passed away before Christmas and he is very much missed.