Classic Watches of Warwick calls itself one of England's largest purveyors of pre-owned watches. It is housed in one of Warwick's oldest structures and takes pride in its offerings, which include both modern and antique watches, as well as jewelry of many types.
Present Days
on Swan Street offers presents of course, but from a range of around 9000 items! It's been around for 35 years, and still offers just the right gift for the one who has (or wants) everything.

Kevin Parrish is a Warwickian John Lennon look-alike and artist who paints and photographs for your viewing pleasure. Check out his works on display at the Warwick Tourist Information Centre.

The Art Kitchen and Gallery offers a unique combination of food and art. Sit and eat while you contemplate the artwork that surrounds you, or tour the gallery and buy an original to bring home. The historic Smith Street Quarter is a craft market venue featuring gifts shops, beauty retreats, glassware, jewelry, art, cafes and restaurants, and a whole lot more. .

If you're a timepiece collector, you'll want to check out the museum-like Summerson's, which sells antique clocks and barometers (they also repair and restore them). Who knows, you may come home with an 1890 french mantle clock to add to your collection. Make room now.

Warwick still has a range of antique shops- although several have closed in recent years-,ranging in quality from just above bric a brac to top quality Georgian Furniture.

There are two large multi dealer unit antique centres one at Vintage Antiques, 36 Market Place the other at 22 High Street, specialist dealers include Military, Coins, Postcards, Ceramics, Kitchen ware, Comics, Antiquities, Toys, Glass, Silver and Clocks. There is a smaller multi dealer shop at 40 Brook Street

Quinney's of Warwick, 9 Church Street, housed in a rambling town house, has good quality furniture especially Regency and Georgian. Very knowledgeable owner and they also do restorations

John Cornwall in West Street, specialised in Eastern European Folk Art, especially furniture, naive paintings and linen bed spreads. A few doors further down is the largest Warwick Antique shop Morley's at 62 West Street, who sell quality furniture and some tribal art, quite expensive mainly catering for the trade but also open to the public.

For more information go to www.enjoywarwick.co.uk