Here at Farley we house over 50,000 unique pieces of original antique furniture, props and accessories that are all available to hire to the film and television industry, weddings and events and visual merchandisers, amongst others. A visit to our showrooms is an experience in itself. On arrival you’ll be greeted by the team and offered a seat and a pot of tea in our reception area where you can discuss your requirements with us before being taken on a guided tour. If you’re pushed for time, our experienced and knowledgeable sales team can show you to the exact piece you’re after saving you the leg work of finding your way through our extensive collection.
The company is separated in to four departments each with their own specialism. Farley is the parent company, and is also the largest division of the company, and is made up of furniture, lighting and objet d’art collected since 1962. Our other departments, Spiller, Lewis and Kaye and Props Galore, have their own dedicated sales teams who know the stock inside out making the selection process as easy as possible.
As well as our unrivalled customer service, our extensive collection is what sets us apart from our competitors. Over 80% of the pieces in our collection are original antiques from Neolithic to Art Deco periods, but we also have some reproduction pieces and some custom made designs to fill the gaps. The depth of our collection means there are always items in stock for every budget, even at the busiest times of year. We have in house workshops who work tirelessly to maintain the quality of the collection meaning pieces can be used in detail shots or as hero props.
Our pieces have featured in countless films and television shows over the years, from Hollywood blockbusters to cult classics but we also supply many other areas of the media industry as well as private individuals. You can see many of our pieces in films and television shows such as Gladiator, Anna Karenina, every James Bond film, Game of Thrones and Downton Abbey amongst others. Happy Prop Spotting!
For more of an insight, watch the trailer of our documentary below.