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  • Our Wiltshire Showroom & Warehouse

    A 13,000 sq foot Aladdin's cave of oriental antique furniture, collectibles & architecture from across Asia.

    We regularly have stock arriving from India & China and not all pieces are online, but all of our pieces are available to see in our warehouse & showroom located just outside Pewsey, Wiltshire.

    Our Showroom & Warehouse are Open Monday to Saturday - No Appointment Required

    Our Wiltshire showroom & warehouse offers 13,000 sq foot of Asian antiques and reclaimed wood furniture. We hold an eclectic mix from a range of Asian cultures including India, China, Tibet, Nepal, Mongolia, Japan, Korea & Burma as well as various tribal pieces from Nagaland, New Guinea & Africa. Our selection of rugs and carpets are hand sourced in the Middle East. 

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    How to Find Us

    Indigo Antiques

    Dairy Barn

    Manningford Bruce

    SN9 6FJ

    Tel: 01672 564722

    Our showroom & warehouse is located on the A345 between the villages of Pewsey & Upavon, just opposite the turning to Manningford Bruce. See map for Google Maps directions. (When using satnav's. Don't use postcode. Navigate to "Indigo Antiques")

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    Opening Hours

    Monday - Friday: 9:00am - 5:00pm

    Saturday: 10:00am - 4:00pm

    Sundays & Bank Holidays: Closed

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    A photograph of our Oriental antiques showroom in Wiltshire.
    A photograph of our Oriental antiques showroom in Wiltshire showcasing Indian antiques and Burmese Buddhas.
    A photograph of our Oriental antiques showroom in Wiltshire showcasing Chinese antiques & Chinese antique furniture.

    Railway Station Collection Service

    We are about 1 hour from London Paddington Station. Our nearest station is Pewsey less than 10 minutes away. We can collect you from the station by prior arrangement.

    For customers wishing to visit us by train, we offer a free collection service from Pewsey station. 

    This can be booked through either phone or email below. 

    Tel: 01672 564722

    We offer a collection service from Pewsey train station for a fast train to London Paddington


      From the M4 (Approx 2 hours from London): 
      Turn off the M4 at junction 15 towards Marlborough
      At Marlborough take the A345 in the direction of Pewsey
      Stay on the A345 2 miles beyond Pewsey
      Our warehouse is on the left hand side next to a bus stop & opposite the Manningford Bruce turning
      (If you reach the roundabout with the Woodbridge Inn, you've gone too far.) 
      Take the M3 heading West:
      After Basingstoke take the A303 Westbound
      At the Countess Services roundabout take the A345 North passing through Upavon
      At the Woodbridge Inn roundabout turn right staying on the A345, following the signs to Pewsey.
      After approximately 1 mile, we are a long red brick building on the right hand side

    About Us

    We've been at Dairy Barn since 2001, but did you know we were one of the first people to export antiques from India back in the early 1970's? Owners Marion & Richard Lightbown have come a long way since their beginnings in Camden Lock Market, growing to create a true destination store for anyone with a love of Asia and the Orient. Read the full story below.

    We personally source every piece and restore most pieces in our workshops on site which means we guarantee authenticity on all antiques we sell. 

    Richard & Marion Lightbown's Oriental Antiques Stall at Camden Lock Market, London | Indigo Antiques

    It's a challenge to illustrate the sheer variety available and size of our showrooms, but a good start is a video. See a sneak peak of the Indigo showroom before you arrive with this atmospheric video filmed earlier this year.

    Indigo Antiques, Dairy Barn on the A345

    Dairy Farm's History

    Our iconic showroom & warehouse has as much history as the beautiful antiques it holds. Under George Odlum's ownership in the 1st half of the 20th century, it was once the most productive dairy farm in the world responsible for the breeding of the nationally and internationally acclaimed ‘Manningford herd' pedigree of Friesian cattle. In the late 1920's the farm held 217 animals in contrast to the country average of 22 cows per dairy farmer. 

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