Item of the Week - Large Antique Pine Double Wardrobe with Columns

Item of the Week - Large Antique Pine Double Wardrobe with Columns

Posted July 7th, 2016 by LoveAntiques and filed under Item of the Week

Whilst their intended functionality has barely wavered since the earliest Wardrobes were made, the same can’t be said for their style & appearance. Be it a Classic Georgian, an Intricate Victorian or a streamlined Art Deco piece, wardrobes come in an abundance of styles so there is one to suit every abode.

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The Most Valuable Video Games In The World

The Most Valuable Video Games In The World

Posted July 6th, 2016 by LoveAntiques and filed under Just For Fun, Tomorrow's Antiques

To coincide with our ‘Tomorrow’s Antiques’ campaign and following on from our recent valuations of the most valuable VHS’ on the market, we have compiled a catalogue of the most valuable antech video games in the world. Along with the lists, our expert has set out guidelines on what to look out for if you are interested in investing in video game media.

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Item of The Week - Signed Loetz Glass Vase

Item of The Week - Signed Loetz Glass Vase

Posted June 27th, 2016 by LoveAntiques and filed under Item of the Week

Bring a touch of opulence to your home with this eye catching Loetz glass vase. Dating between the late 19th & early 20th Centuries, it displays the typical iridescent colours often associated with Loetz glass.

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Incorporating Georgian Furniture in the Modern Home

Incorporating Georgian Furniture in the Modern Home

Posted June 22nd, 2016 by Lizzie Greenaway and filed under Interior Design

A large amount of our day-to-day experiences are played out in our interior spaces, our homes can largely affect how we feel, if a room is cluttered it is often harder to relax and unwind. As summer is here many of us have begun to clean away the remnants of winter and the inevitable hibernation that accompanies it and think about redecorating. With this in mind we have taken a look at how you can incorporate Georgian furniture into your modern home.

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Item of The Week - Victorian Oak Bookcase c.1880

Item of The Week - Victorian Oak Bookcase c.1880

Posted June 20th, 2016 by LoveAntiques and filed under Item of the Week

It was after the advent of the printing press that books became mass-produced and more commonplace within the home, initially they were stored in chests or cupboards, the bookcase evolved from the cupboard. Reading has been a past time for hundreds of years, the joy of enjoying a book has transcended through the centuries

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Item of The Week - Victorian Leather Armchair c.1860

Item of The Week - Victorian Leather Armchair c.1860

Posted June 13th, 2016 by LoveAntiques and filed under Item of the Week

This beautiful Victorian leather armchair is an ideal statement piece. It has been refurbished to a high standard. Rebuilt and re-stuffed then upholstered in an exquisite Italian leather hide. The Victorian armchair still features its original castors; the date of manufacture was during the 1860’s.

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Father’s Day Gift Guide

Father’s Day Gift Guide

Posted June 8th, 2016 by Lizzie Greenaway, LoveAntiques and filed under Special Occasions

Today Father’s Day is a day to honour and celebrate Dads the world over, however this tradition is still relatively new; the tradition of Father’s Day only began in 1910. Originating in the United States in Spokane, Washington, a lady by the name of Sonora Smart Dodd decided that it was not only Mothers who should have a day dedicated to them. Dodd’s father was a Civil War veteran and had raised her and five other children single-handedly after her mother had died in childbirth.

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Item of The Week - Antique Swiss Pocket Watch

Item of The Week - Antique Swiss Pocket Watch

Posted June 6th, 2016 by LoveAntiques and filed under Item of the Week

This item of the week would make an ideal Father’s Day gift and for a mere £65 it is a very reasonable present to show Dad just how much you care. An attractive mid 20th C gold plated Antique pocket watch, with an attractive leather albert strap it is simple and stylish.

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Item of the Week - Longcase 18th Century Oak Clock

Item of the Week - Longcase 18th Century Oak Clock

Posted May 31st, 2016 by LoveAntiques and filed under Item of the Week

An attractive Longcase Clock made by Bothamley of Boston, who were well known clock makers in the Lincolnshire area during the 18th C. The clock was made in 1790 and is made from oak. The longcase clock is generally in very acceptable condition, it has undertaken a number of repairs in the past but is in very good working order.

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