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Location: 4105 E Madison St., Suite 200, Seattle, WA 98112
Call: 206 329-6533
Email: drw@davidweatherford.com
Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00am-5:00pm

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AboutEst. 1965

David Weatherford, Inc.’s Interior Design studio is located in Madison Park. Online we have a superb collection of well over 1000 antiques, decorative and fine arts, including; English, Continental, 17th through early 20th century Asian furniture, lighting, silver, clocks, glass, porcelain and pottery, sculpture and paintings.You’ll find objects ranging from country to formal, in styles and periods from; Baroque to Neoclassical, Victorian, Revival styles and also Art Nouveau, Art Deco and Modern Art.

David Weatherford has been an antique dealer and interior designer in the Pacific Northwest for over 45 years, and while having expertise in many areas of the world of antiques, his real love and considerable knowledge is in the field of English and French antique furniture and decorative arts. If you have a question for David, always feel free to email us. You will receive a reply usually within 24 hours.

Primary Areas of Expertise

Our specialty is French & English antiques of the 18th & 19th centuries and the accessories that complement them. We also have a strong collection of 18th & 19th century Asian antiques.

  • Decorative Objects: British, Continental (European)
  • Furniture: Asian, Continental, English & Irish
  • Asian: Porcelain
  • Ceramics (excl. Asian): British Porcelain, British Pottery, European Porcelain, European Pottery
  • Clocks and Scientific Instruments: Bracket Clocks, Carriage Clocks, Longcase Clocks, Wall & Lantern Clocks
  • Glass: Art Glass & Vases, Drinking glasses, pitchers & decanters, Miscellaneous (Bowls, Sweetmeats, Dishes, etc.)
  • Lighting: Candelabra, Chandeliers, Miscellaneous Lighting, Wall Lights, Rugs
  • Tapestries & Textiles: Rugs, Carpets & Kilims, Textiles
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