Item of The Week - Half Mile Ray Searchlight Floor Lamp
Posted October 20th, 2017 by LoveAntiques and filed under Item of the Week
When it comes to Interior design everyone has their own personal likes and dislikes, and when looking to revamp your home, following trends and giving your home a full overhaul isn’t always a necessity to achieve that refreshed feel. Sometimes, accessorising is all you need to instantaneously transform your home, and this weeks ‘Item of The Week’ will do just that.
Posted October 16th, 2017 by LoveAntiques
We love a good mystery here at LoveAntiques.com, but we’re hoping you can help us with this one! After purchasing an antique chest of drawers at a boot sale in Somerset earlier this year, our founder discovered a letter and diamond ring hidden in a locked drawer....
Item of The Week - Georgian Sideboard c.1800
Posted October 13th, 2017 by LoveAntiques and filed under Item of the Week
Storage, storage, storage; you can never have enough Storage (well we certainly can’t!) If you’re anything like us, we are always on the lookout for more space to keep our bits and bobs, but sometimes big cupboard, with lots of doors and drawers can be a little overpowering for your living space, so how a stylish sideboard to blend in with your décor?
Item of The Week - Royal Doulton Porcelain Figurine - Pamela
Posted October 6th, 2017 by LoveAntiques and filed under Item of the Week
Although Royal Doulton didn’t become ‘Royal’ until 1901, the Doulton brand was founded way back in 1815 on the Banks of the River Thames. Since then, their pottery & ceramics gained vast popularity and are now one of the most desirable and highly collectible products of the ceramic market. And Doulton popularity doesn’t appear to be diminishing anytime soon, with a tremendous number of beautiful pieces still being created today.
The History of Tea Sets
Posted October 4th, 2017 by AC Silver and filed under Just For Fun
Throughout the centuries the customs and traditions surrounding the consumption of tea have varied. With this variation we can see the development of what we now know as the tea set. From the very origins of tea, which we can trace back to the Ancient Han Dynasty (206-220BC), the practice of drinking tea has come a long way.
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