About Us
H&C Story

Welcome to Harold and Charles where we sell interesting and wonderful decorative items for your home and office. We have been collecting and selling items for many years to customers ranging from collectors, interior designers to prop companies and to places as far as Australia and the USA. Over the years we have sold a wide range of things from ships searchlights to mountain cable cars. We don’t just sell antique or vintage items but also modern pieces that all have one thing in common and that is we choose them because they are great pieces and of great quality.

Artist Spotlight

Matt Brown Makes
Originally from Cambridge, I graduated from Brighton College of Art & Design in ’92 with a BA(Hons) in Illustration. In my final year I specialised in three-dimensional illustration and animation, leading to a career in special effects, commercial model-making and even bespoke carpentry.I've been exhibiting my work for over 20 years and, throughout my career, have always championed the use of reclaimed and found materials - trawling though shed clearances, car boot sales, beaches and antique shops to find the perfect component for each sculpture.
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WWII Era American Thunderbolt Aircraft Model

What are Customers Saying

Purchased an antique fairground car for display and everything was as advertised, wasn't expecting a pizza and coffee when I came to collect it, great service!
Mike
UK Collector
Great piece, not only unusual but beautifuly restored! Packed and shipped well, now sitting here in sunny Australia.
Simon
Interior Designer
Model of Dutch Admiralty yacht
Model of Dutch Admiralty yacht
Model of Dutch Admiralty yacht
Model of Dutch Admiralty yacht
Model of Dutch Admiralty yacht
Model of Dutch Admiralty yacht
Model of Dutch Admiralty yacht
Model of Dutch Admiralty yacht
Model of Dutch Admiralty yacht
Model of Dutch Admiralty yacht
Model of Dutch Admiralty yacht
Model of Dutch Admiralty yacht

Model of Dutch Admiralty yacht

£750.00
Stunning handmade model of Dutch Admiralty yacht. This model was entered into the 1935 "Model engineer" exhibition. It comes with a family letter explaining more of its history and that of the model maker as was well as a framed picture and competition entry stamp.

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