I have been working in the antique business since 1992. At the age of 25 I decided to quit my business studies and turn my hobby into my profession. I have never regretted this step.
In 1999, I moved out of the small showroom at Schillerplatz in Bamberg and opened my shop at Geyerwörthplatz 2, directly at the world-famous Old Town Hall, in the middle of the Bamberg Antiques Mile, where I still operate today.
My main interests are the furniture of the 18th and early 19th century. Thus you can find with me mainly exquisite pieces from the Baroque, Louis Seize, Empire and Biedermeier period. My assortment extends from inexpensive entry-level pieces up to high-quality collector's furniture. I attach great importance to authenticity. In order to be able to document these to the customer, every piece of furniture restored by us is beforehand photographed and documented in the unrestored condition. A part of our selection can be found on this homepage under Offers.
Of course you can also find high-quality paintings and art objects with me. I prefer paintings of the late 19th and early 20th century. In the area of sculpture my personal interest is on high-quality Gothic sculpture, of which I offer selected pieces.
By the way, it is very important to me to make the acquisition of antiques possible even for young people by offering a range of reasonably priced furniture. In Bamberg this is forced upon me by the many students, who are interested in beautiful old furniture, but are often tightly budgeted. These pieces, which mostly originate from the eras of Art Deco, Wilhelminian style and Art Nouveau, but also from the late Biedermeier period, I market via my stock sale in order to be able to calculate as narrowly as possible.
I am proud to be able to compete with the Swedish furniture store in this area. I am even prouder, however, that the Swedish store in question cannot compete with the furniture from my warehouse sale in terms of quality, value and construction friendliness.