Available now,  a rare Arthur Romney Green 3 Shelf Display Unit / Bookcase, circa 1910-1920. Wonderful condition with exposed and wedged through joints in the Cotswold School tradition.

Checkout our latest additions to stock...

Robert 'Mouseman' Thompson Oak cheeseboard, circa 1970.


Robert 'Mouseman' Thompson Oak Fender, circa 1970.


Available soon.......

Robert 'Mouseman' Thompson Nest of 3 Tables.


Contact me  if you would like details before the full details are put onto the internet.

Available now, full details and images on my website. Circa 1990, in superb 'as new' condition.  Would cost £ 11,280 new from Robert Thompson's Craftsmen Ltd with a long lead time in excess of 6 months, making this  great value at £ 9,000 ono.

An extremely rare Victorian Oak Carved Wall Shelf by William Fell of Windermere is now available for sale with full details and product images on the website (see the  'wooden decorative' section of the current stock listings). Excellent provenance, originally part of his own personal possessions and later his decendents.

I'll have a 4' refectory style Coffee Table ready for sale within the next few days. It's in super condition, just requiring some minor water splashes removing and a re-wax before i photograph it and put  the full details onto the website.

My last two 3' tables have sold very quickly. If you'd like to 'get in quick'  and reserve it for viewing please contact me.

I've been asked by the magazine publishers  if I would contribute images of the two Stanley Webb Davies pieces that i currently have for sale, as they are working on an article on his life and work. I'm advised the magazine will be published on 9th August. They have promised me a pdf copy of the article when it's complete which i will post onto the  website.

Contact me if you would like to discuss these pieces, or if you have pieces of his work you would like to consider selling.


16.49  Email problem resolved.

Apologies to any customers who have been experiencing problems trying to send us e-mails directly via the link placed within the contact details  section of the website. 

Thanks to an eagle eyed customer it has been found that instead of linking to the correct  .com address it is linking to in error.

Our web designer and administrator has been advised of the error and we hope to have this rectified within the next 24 hours.

In the meantime if you wish to e-mail us please manually amend the address in your e-mail browser to  .com instead of

Thank you.



A rare and unusual Pair of 'Mouseman' Oak & Leather Kneelers.
Authenticated by R. Thompson's Craftsmen Ltd and thought most likely  to have been part of an ecclesiastical commission originally.

Full details and images in the 'Wooden Decorative' section of Current Stock. 

Full product details and images available on the website now for our latest additions to stock:


Robert 'Mouseman' Thompson Early Fruit Bowl with mouse on the side of the bowl, circa late 40's/50's.

A matching pair of Robert 'Mouseman' Thompson Ashtrays, circa late 50's.


Please contact us if you have any questions or would like to reserve items for viewing.

Available for viewing and sale now, our latest new additions to stock:

Robert 'Mouseman' Thompson 3' Refectory Coffee Table, Circa 1970's. Sold 18/6/12.

Robert 'Mouseman' Thompson Nest of 3 Tables, Circa 1965. Reserved 22/6/12.

Arthur Simpson of Kendal Oak & Leather 'Easy Stool'. Circa 1922. 


Full product details and photographs  will be posted onto the website as soon as possible. Contact us if you have any questions or would like us to reserve an item pending a viewing.
13/6/12 Product details and images now on the stock pages of the website. 



A warm welcome to the new website of David Siddall Antiques. It’s been several months in the making and is launched today, on this the 68th anniversary of the D-Day landings.

Based in Northallerton, North Yorkshire and with a showroom at the Red House Antiques Centre in York, we are rapidly establishing ourselves as North Yorkshire’s leading specialist dealer in handcrafted vintage Mouseman ® and Yorkshire Critters Oak, Arts and Crafts Furniture and Decorative Arts.

Special thanks to Mark Banks at Packhorse Design for all his time, effort and understanding in bringing the website to fruition. Mark specializes in cost effective website solutions for small businesses in the Northallerton, Richmond and Thirsk area, and I can’t recommend him highly enough. He’s also a highly talented amateur landscape photographer with work on display in the Joe Cornish Gallery and his own website. Check out his work at and

We look forward to hearing from you.

David Siddall