About Us

For more than 35 years, Holloways Garden Antiques has been supplying garden antiques and ornament of exceptional quality to discerning clients – domestic and corporate – across the UK and beyond. Owner Edward Holloway is one of the leading experts in antique garden ornament and vintage garden ornament in the UK, and meticulously searches auctions, farm sales and private house sales across the country to bring new and unique pieces to sale. His unrivalled knowledge is regularly called upon by the national press, from the Telegraph to Country Life, The English Garden to Gardens Illustrated.



In courtyards surrounding the Holloways family farm, deep in rural Worcestershire, we specialise in old English stonework, including farm troughs, millstones and staddle stones. You will find one-off pieces from old cider presses to ornate urns, to make a stunning garden centrepiece. Discover reclaimed gates and railings and other architectural salvage, sundials, bird baths, antique benches and vintage garden furniture. We also hold an ever-changing stock of contemporary sculpture – some from acclaimed local artists – statuary and garden art, all designed to make your garden unique. There's always something new and inspiring to see.

In addition, you will find a vast range of handmade terracotta pots and planters, hand-thrown by Italian craftsmen who have been working with us for generations.

sourcing garden antiques

If you're looking for a particular piece, and you can't see it on our website or in the courtyards, do please get in touch on 01886 884665. If you have a piece to sell, please fill in our contact form and one of the team will come back to you.

We have a long history of working with garden designers and other design professionals, so do please get in touch on 01886 884665 and we will work with you to source the pieces you require.

And, as always, if you visit our showrooms, our expert team are always on hand for help and advice.

Holloways garden antiques courtyards


Holloways Garden Antiques is part of Holloways, the renowned contemporary country living furniture retailer. Thirty-five years ago, Edward and his wife Diana converted the old hop kilns on their family farm in Suckley to create their interior design and antiques business. Where once carts brought in the hop harvest to be picked and dried in the old brick drying sheds, the historic hop yard is now home to the Holloways Garden Antiques courtyards. Brimming with antique statuary, contemporary sculpture, fascinating architectural salvage and terracotta pots and planters of every shape and size, it is a treasure trove for collectors and gardeners alike. 

The restored drying sheds and machinery house now house Holloways furniture showrooms, Gift Shop and Interior Design Studio. Here, you'll discover four floors of inspirational room sets filled with luxury living, dining and conservatory and garden room furniture and accessories. All against the backdrop of the old, red brick walls and carefully-preserved industrial features.

The old greenhouses, once a plant nursery, have been redeveloped into a two-storey, glass-fronted furniture and outdoor living showroom – a huge solar installation on the roof offsetting more than 10 tons of C02 each year, the equivalent to the planting of 500 trees. Today, this Gallery Showroom is home to our Neptune partner store, showcasing a carefully-curated selection of furniture and accessories by this great British brand, and Hair & Beauty at Holloways, our on-site salon offering nourishing treatments for body and soul. 

Glasshouse café & the home farm

Named with a nod to its horticultural past, the award-winning field-to-fork Glasshouse café, overlooking the antiques courtyards, serves deliciously seasonal dishes at brunch, lunch and for afternoon tea. And while the business has grown way beyond the old farm and hop yards, the family farm is still the beating heart of Holloways. Edward's pedigree herd of Hereford cattle provide the beef for the café, there is a productive kitchen garden, including a polytunnell filled with fruit, vegetables, heritage salad crops and herbs, arable fields, wild flower meadows and miles of walks to explore, incorporating a stunning section of the Worcestershire Way.