Item of The Week - Pair of Recumbent Bronze Lions c.1930

Item of The Week - Pair of Recumbent Bronze Lions c.1930

Posted August 10th, 2018 by LoveAntiques and filed under Item of the Week

Today is World Lion Day and so, to help pay tribute to one of the most magestic animals to have walked the planet, we thought it was only right to select this fabulous Pair of Recumbent Bronze Lions for our 'Item of The Week'

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Item of The Week - Antique Arts & Crafts Oak Bookcase

Item of The Week - Antique Arts & Crafts Oak Bookcase

Posted July 27th, 2018 by LoveAntiques and filed under Item of the Week

This week we are excited to bring you this Antique Arts & Crafts Oak Bookcase as our Item of The Week. Offering superb functionality whilst being an exceptionally attractive piece of furniture due to several design features, this Bookcase is a must have for your home.

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Item of The Week - William IV Rosewood Davenport Desk

Item of The Week - William IV Rosewood Davenport Desk

Posted July 20th, 2018 by LoveAntiques and filed under Item of the Week

If like us, you are fascinated by the evolution of furniture then you’ll love what we have chosen for this weeks Item of the week. This week we have chosen a Davenport Desk, supposedly named after Captain Davenport who was the first person believed to have commissioned this type of desk.

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Item of The Week - World Cup First Day Cover - signed by Sir Geoff Hurst

Item of The Week - World Cup First Day Cover - signed by Sir Geoff Hurst

Posted July 13th, 2018 by LoveAntiques and filed under Item of the Week

Even if you aren’t the most avid Football Supporter, it seems the world has gone football mad with the World Cup being hosted this year, and as it draws to a close, it seems only fitting to have this ‘World Cup First Day Cover - signed by Sir Geoff Hurst (the only scorer of a hat trick in a World Cup Final) as our 'Item of The Week.'

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Item of The Week - Antique Silver Nurses Buckle

Item of The Week - Antique Silver Nurses Buckle

Posted July 5th, 2018 by LoveAntiques and filed under Item of the Week

It seems only fitting that with the United Kingdom’s National Health Service (The NHS) celebrating its 70th Birthday this week, we bring you this Antique Edwardian Scottish Thistle Sterling Silver Nurses Buckle, as our ‘Item of The Week.’

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The Most Valuable Football Memorabilia

The Most Valuable Football Memorabilia

Posted July 4th, 2018 and filed under Just For Fun

With the Football World Cup in full swing, we have partnered with sports expert, Chris Williams to compile a list of the most valuable football memorabilia that exists, along with the prices items currently command on the market and a set of guidelines for prospective sporting and football memorabilia collectors.

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Item of The Week - Victorian Inlaid Canterbury Whatnot

Item of The Week - Victorian Inlaid Canterbury Whatnot

Posted June 22nd, 2018 by LoveAntiques and filed under Item of the Week

Here we have a Victorian Inlaid Canterbury Whatnot. ‘What is a Whatnot?’ you might ask. Well let us explain; a whatnot is simply a type of shelving unit that became very popular back in the early 19th Century for displaying a person’s ornaments, vases, ceramics & ‘whatnot’, hence the name. But this piece is slightly different to your standard sort of Whatnot and this is why we have chosen it as this weeks ‘Item of The Week.’

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Item of The Week - Carl Thieme Set of 6 Dresden Reticulated Dessert Plates

Item of The Week - Carl Thieme Set of 6 Dresden Reticulated Dessert Plates

Posted June 22nd, 2018 by LoveAntiques and filed under Item of the Week

It’s likely that at some point in your life you have collected something, whether it be dolls or trains as a child, or ornaments or magazines as an adult; we’re all guilty of having some sort of collection. But it goes without saying that one of the most popular things to collect is porcelain/china, perhaps as it comes in such a tremendous array of colours, styles & designs & make for eye-catching displays.

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Antique Carriage Clocks

Antique Carriage Clocks

Posted June 1st, 2018

Do you have an interest in Carriage Clocks? Perhaps you are looking to start a collection to grace your home with but need to know a little bit more about the different types available. If so, then this blog post by Clock Specialist, Paul Kembery of Kembery Antique Clocks Ltd may be of some interest to you....

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