Veteran connoisseurs John Bly Antiques reopen branch in Tring after 20 years

Antiques Roadshow star John Bly and his son James have reopened a branch of their internationally-renowned vintage business in Tring - for the first time in 20 years.

The Blys, fifth-generation antique experts, acquired a small showman once occupied by their great grandfather John, on the site of old Tring Brewery in 24 High Street.

James Bly with mayor Roxanne Ransley

James Bly with mayor Roxanne Ransley

To celebrate their return to Tring, John and James threw an open house party where they were joined by guests including town mayor Roxanne Ransley.

James Bly, speaking the Gazette, said: "This new showroom has the atmosphere of an old-fashioned shop with genuine antiques for sale from £20 to £120,000, so something for everyone at any time of the year."

The pair also run a richly stocked emporium of 18th- and 19th-century pieces on King’s Road in Chelsea, attracting everyone from Kylie Minogue to Rod Stewart with its offering of Georgian bookcases and mahogany armchairs

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