Garden Artefacts is the creation of Graham Child, formerly the head of Sotheby’s furniture department and the author of “World Mirrors 1650 – 1900”. Graham began dealing in antiques in 1964 and is an expert in his field. He brings this wealth of knowledge and a passion for the unusual, the decorative and the downright quirky to this, his most recent venture.
Based in Newdigate, Surrey, Graham travels thousands of miles a year sourcing beautiful, rare garden objects as well as interesting sculptural and decorative pieces and garden furniture. His collection includes an array of rare antique gardening tools and implements from trowels to garden forks and spades as well as antique wrought iron benches and chairs; old stone troughs and urns; terracotta pots and planters; chimney pots, watering cans and vintage signs.
Garden Artefacts exhibits at the Decorative Antiques & Textiles Fair in Battersea Park three times a year, in the Spring the Summer and the Autumn.