A Christmas Gift Guide, for the man who has everything
With Christmas just around the corner, and many people still looking for gift inspiration for the men in their lives, LoveAntiques.com has put together a selection of the finest, unique and special antique Christmas presents available, this year.
The Corgi James Bond’s Aston Martin DB5 (c.1965) - £595.00
This scarce and wonderful model of a Corgi No. 261 ‘James Bond’s Aston Martin DB5’ makes an extra special and unique gift for any Bond fans in the family, or avid movie memorabilia collectors you may want to surprise. This version was made by Corgi in England in 1965 and is complete with the secret instructions, sticker and a spare Baddie as is correct.
A Pair of 18KT Gold Onyx & Diamond Cufflinks - £595.00
This astonishingly beautiful pair of cufflinks would complement the finest of shirts and formal wear. The perfect gift for the man who has everything, these Gold Onyx and Diamond cufflinks are of superior quality and are fully hallmarked. The quality and class of these cufflinks are emphasised by the glisten of the diamonds.
Georgian Brass Bound Mahogany Writing Case (c.1810) - £330.00
Offered for sale is this fine quality figured 19thC Georgian Antique Mahogany writing case. It has a gilt tooled red leather and is original throughout. The perfect Christmas present for any writer.
A ‘One of a Kind’ Oak Framed 1930’s Vintage British Table Football / Foosball Table - £900.00
An extraordinary item, which dates back as far as the 1930s. Play table football or foosball in style with this amazing vintage table. This table still has its original solid wood detachable, bolt on legs and original shillings’ coin slot.
Bakerloo Line Enamel Sign- £120.00
This delightful 1920s Bakerloo Line Sign is a lovely Christmas present for any Londoners. A classic iconic sign, which would look lovely in ones living room.
Edwardian Croquet Set - £295.00
This fantastic antique Edwardian boxed Jacques Croquet Set is a delightful present for Christmas. From the Edwardian period, which dates between 1901 – 1914, you could be playing Croquet in style this Christmas.
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