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Antiques Make a Comeback In Interior Design

The interior design market is undergoing some dramatic changes this year. 2018 will see a resurgence of appreciating the charm of antiques in modern interior design. The price of antiques soared in the mid 1990’s amid the trend of minimalism. Mass produced furniture has dominated the design ma...

Late Availability for Peterborough Festival of Antiques

Both the hardstanding on the front and at the rear and the allocated grass pitches are now fully booked  

Easter Antiques Fair 2018

The Peterborough Festival of Antiques is recognized internationally as one of the most celebrated antiques fairs. It is held twice annually in Peterborough, England and has been recurring since 1999. The next one this year will be over the Easter weekend on the 30th & 31st of March at the East ...

Vintage Jewellery Prices have Risen 80% in the Last Decade

Vintage or antique jewellery can add a unique and dazzling aspect to your wardrobe and has the ability to transport you to a previous era. One of the more exciting parts of acquiring these pieces is the stories behind them. However, many people are unaware of how to identify valuable pieces, what er...

Beginners Guide to British Antique Clocks

The history of British clockmaking spans back over 500 years to the mid-1400s when German clockmaker Nicholas Kratzer lived in England for about 30 years. While not a true British clockmaker, Kratzer did spend a great deal of time in the British Isles and even had the ear of King Henry VIII. The kin...

BBC Antiques Roadshow Locations & Dates 2018

Antiques Roadshow is back in 2018 to share with you the best of the best in antiques from around the UK. This year’s Antiques Roadshow series commemorates the end of the Great War with a special programme dedicated to the tremendous losses and powerful victories of World War One. There will al...

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