Lockside Antiques


Lockside Antiques, run by Evelyn Booth, specialises in selling interesting items with a narrowboating theme. These include antique ribbon and lace plates and original Measham pottery as well as interesting brass items, oil lamps, cabin lace by the metre and rag rug kits. These are all popular with boaters who want to decorate the traditional back cabins of their narrowboats with authentic pieces but they are equally sought after by people who want to start a collection or decorate their homes.


As well as selling boating antiques, Evelyn has appeared as an expert on Flog it! when it visited the IWA Festival at Beale Park in 2003 and has appeared in The Waterboatman series in 2010, discussing boating antiques. In 2016, she was interviewed on Hope FM about boating antiques. She has also had articles on ribbon plates and Measham pottery published in Waterways World and Narrowboat.

We can post most items from our North Worcestershire location to any UK address at cost plus a small amount for packing. If you have any queries about any of the items on this website, please do not hesitate to ring on 01562 850458.




Courier ‘Hermes’ has done us proud so far and we’ll do our best to fulfil your orders.

Larger items are being collected and sent by this courier and smaller items that will go into a Jiffy bag are being sent by Royal Mail.

So, if you see anything on the following pages that you would like to buy, please give me a call .

Evelyn Booth                                                                                                                      27th April 2021

Recently added items

Decorative Small Water Can

This little water can is just 7 inches tall, certainly not for use as a water supply, but nevertheless has all the features of a full size can.

For more details, please see the Painted Ware page.

This website was updated on 27th April 2021

A Measham Cottage Pot

Quite the nicest little teapot I  have found recently being shiningly glazed, no damage and with a mass of decorative sprigs.

For more details, please see the Measham ware page.