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About Us


Selected items only on this website

We have a high and fast turnover of stock in the shop. Only selected items, perhaps the more interesting, expensive or special items will appear here online. Please remember that visiting the shop will not only give you a better choice, it will also give you time to see, feel and decide. If you see something you like on this website, get in touch via the contact page and secure it.

The Berry and Son shop at Seven Dials, Brighton



We operate a 5 day week at the shop.

Closed Sunday and Monday.


All items are available for local delivery. We operate early morning and late afternoon delivery rounds daily and can be flexible to fit in with your schedule, often we arrive before you set off for work. The delivery service is usually free of charge in the immediate local area  although small charges are made on occasions depending on the item and if we need to venture a little further out. Contact us for details.



We are always on the lookout for fresh stock. If you have items of furniture that you no longer need or are looking to sell, we are on hand to view and collect on a daily basis. Often it is easier to send a few pictures first, so we can get an idea of what you have. Contact details are available on the contact page of this website.

Pictures can be emailed or texted OR If it’s easier for you, we can just make an appointment to call at your property to view.

We also offer a full clearance service and are able to remove ALL unwanted items although this may incur a charge. Contact us for details.

Richard and Chris Berry c.1960's

Richard and Chris Berry c.1960’s


Having moved from London in 1959, Connie Berry began trading in antiques and collectables at her shop in Clarence Street (now Churchill Square) Brighton. Shortly after that she moved on to another shop in Guildford Road and eventually ended up in our current premises at the Seven Dials in the mid 1960’s.

Originally it was just the quaint ‘Blue Shop’ (Prestonville Road) that was acquired, this was run for a number of years by husband and wife Richard (RW) and Connie along with son Chris.

In 1970 the family took over 120 Dyke Road and R.W BERRY AND SON was born. Richard and Chris branched out into house clearance and general furniture trading.

This set the foundation for the future, providing exceptional service for the local area and beyond.

Chris Berry has been ever present since those early days and currently works in partnership with son Tom Berry.
Both Chris and Tom can be found at the shop daily, ready to offer the same exceptional service that has become synonymous with Berry and Son.

We keep a good selection of second hand and antique furniture in stock with items changing on a daily basis. We also sell new mirrors and can take orders for your specific requirements.
As well as furniture we also provide second hand beds and white goods.