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