I offer only genuine antiques which are as accurately described and dated as my 35 plus years of experience allows. I aim always to provide reliable and detailed descriptions, with research about each item presented where possible.
As well as dealing in antiques I have many years of experience in a wide range of other ceramics fields, including research, archaeology, collecting and even making studio art pottery. My aim is to continually further my own knowledge whilst sharing with others.
My many years of experience in both domestic and international markets ensure that you will receive the highest standards of service. All pots, glass and books are securely and professionally packed for your full peace of mind.
Paul Bohanna Antiques specialises in quality antique earthenwares and stonewares.
I will be opening an antique British bottles and glass section soon.
A specialist books section dedicated entirely to ceramics and glass. With over 750 titles to be made available.
I hope that you will find something of interest on this site. I will be adding more items on a regular basis as the new site develops.
The new improved site is still in the process of being updated. Some areas of the site are not yet active but will be brought online in due course. I apologise for any inconvenience and hope you will visit again soon.
Paul Bohanna Antiques is based in England. I am happy to ship to most countries overseas. If your country is not specified in the shopping cart then please contact me directly and I will do my best to accommodate your requirements.
If you have any questions or specific ceramic / pottery / glass related interests, or you have feedback about the website, or even just to say hello, then I would welcome you getting in contact.
Paul Bohanna Antiques specialises in antique British earthenwares and stonewares. I offer a diverse range of antique ceramics and specialist books about pottery & porcelain, which are now available directly from the newly refurbished website. I also plan to open a new section for antique glass and bottles soon.
“Shape clay into a vessel;
It is the space within that makes it useful.”
(Lao Tzu, Tao Te Ching)
“...it depends on how you define useful…surely beauty is also useful”