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2016 - Archive

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Item of The Week - Hollow Stemmed Antique Champagne Glasses C.1885.
With Christmas Day just around the corner, you're probably going through the mandatory check list; the presents are bought (and wrapped if you’re super-efficient!), you’ve invited your guests, the turkey is ordered and the cupboards are stocked with festive food and drinks. So what about setting the scene? ... See more
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Item of The Week - Rare Black Forest Trumpeter Clock c.1880
If you research quotes on ‘time’ you will find an abundance of inspirational, thought-provoking quotes from a multitude of people such as, "The only reason for time is so that everything doesn't happen at once." - Albert Einstein, and “We are times subjects and time bids be gone” – William Shakespeare. And then there’s the age old saying, “Time waits for no man”, yes it’s true, our lives revolve around time.... See more
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Item of The Week - Art Deco 18ct White Gold 1ct Diamond & Emerald Ring
Every lady needs a bit of bling in their life, and with the Festive Season fast approaching, no doubt she will want to stand out from the crowd whether it be at the Office Party, a posh meal out with friends or at a family Dinner Party. This Superb Art Deco 18ct White Gold, 1ct Diamond & Emerald Ring is the perfect accompaniment to complete the look. ... See more
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The Most Expensive Vinyl Records In The World
Have you ever wondered what the most expensive vinyl records in the world are? In case you are curious, we’ve compiled a list of the twenty most valuable records and how much they are worth. We partnered with an expert to bring you this list as well as a set of guidelines for prospective vinyl investors. ... See more
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Item of the Week - A Victorian Mahogany Extending Wind Out Table
So who have you got coming for Christmas dinner this year? Mum, Dad, Aunties, Uncles, Cousins, Grandma & Grandad? So you’re going to need a big table then! Look no further! This weeks’ Item of the week is this Antique Victorian Mahogany Extending Wind Out Table. With not one, not two, but three extending leaves therefore offering fantastic versatility.... See more
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Item of the Week - Arts & Craft Oak Dressing Table c.1890
With Christmas around the corner, almost every weekend between now and the 25th December is likely to be booked up with shopping trips, gatherings with friends and family, and most importantly Christmas parties, so this weeks’ Item of the Week is a must to help ensure that you step out in style this festive season.... See more
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Item of the Week - Quality Mahogany Antique Edwardian Cake Stand
With the incredibly popular television cookery series ‘The Great British Bake Off’ drawing to a close this week, it seemed only fitting that we choose a cake stand for this weeks’ ‘Item of the Week’. This cake stand has so much to offer. It would certainly be the perfect place to display your tasty treats on, and lots of them, with 5 Inlaid tiers to use there is an abundance of space.... See more
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Item of the Week - Large Pair of Brass & Black Lacquer Corinthain Column Lamps
There is something quite captivating about the transition from Summer to Autumn, when we notice the nights drawing in and the temperature dropping. As we wave goodbye to the long summer nights we welcome the cosy evenings and the comforts of home, so for this weeks 'Item of The Week' we've chosen these sumptuous Brass & Black Lacquer Corinthain Column Lamps, which are certain to bring serenity and tranquility to your home.... See more
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Item of the Week - A Good Welsh Victorian Pitch Pine Variable Church Bench
The beauty of Antiques is that they come in all sorts of shapes, sizes and condition. When buying an antique, you are buying a piece of history, it is then up to you what you do with it; do you keep it in its original condition and admire its historical form, or do you restore it to its former glory and prolong its life span for another hundred years or so? ... See more
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Item of the Week - 19th Century Mahogany Cylinder Bureau Bookcase
Antique Bureaus were regarded as an imperative piece of furniture in the years before modern technology, as one of the only means of communication was to write a letter. In order to be able to do this, you needed a sturdy & reliable writing surface on which to draft one.... See more