Item of the Week - Antique Tan Leather Suitcases

Item of the Week - Antique Tan Leather Suitcases

Posted May 23rd, 2016 by LoveAntiques and filed under Item of the Week

This beautiful pair of tan leather suitcases are the perfect set of luggage for those seeking to travel in style, the antique Victorian suitcases come in two sizes, medium and large. The date of manufacture isn’t specified exactly, but it has been clarified that they are Victorian.

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French Garden Antiques

French Garden Antiques

Posted May 23rd, 2016 by Lizzie Greenaway and filed under Interior Design

Getting your garden summer ready need not be a daunting task; you can create a stylish space with little time and minimal effort. Alongside French garden antiques there are a number of rules to adhere to when creating a French feel in your exterior area.

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Item of the Week - Art Nouveau Necklace Pendant

Item of the Week - Art Nouveau Necklace Pendant

Posted May 19th, 2016 by LoveAntiques and filed under Item of the Week

In terms of jewellery, necklaces are thought to be the oldest piece of jewellery, originally made from rocks and shells they have evolved over time to become exquisitely decorative pieces of body art. Antique necklaces can instantly elevate an outfit or can simply be a statement in its own right, adding personality and flair to an otherwise ordinary wardrobe.

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Item of the week - Large Florentine Beaded Chandelier c.1920

Item of the week - Large Florentine Beaded Chandelier c.1920

Posted May 11th, 2016 by LoveAntiques and filed under Item of the Week

Chandeliers convey opulence and luxury and none does it better than this large Florentine beaded chandelier made in 1920. The chandelier is sure to make a statement in a room with its large gilt chandelier and abundance of octagonal buttons, French slabs and large pear drops.

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Introducing Art Deco into your Interior

Introducing Art Deco into your Interior

Posted May 4th, 2016 by Lizzie Greenaway and filed under Interior Design

The Art Deco movement emerged in France after World War I, it was a move away from the hardship endured during this time and was known as the roaring 1920’s; a time of glamour, jazz, frivolities, fashion and luxury.

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Item Of The Week - Edwardian Rosewood Desk

Item Of The Week - Edwardian Rosewood Desk

Posted April 21st, 2016 by LoveAntiques and filed under Item of the Week

This antique Edwardian rosewood desk would fit perfectly in an elegant office. It is ideal for a lady who writes as a hobby or even professionally, being both functional and attractive. The Antique Writing Desk has fantastic inlaid detailing and stringing and is in the popular Sheraton revival style.

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The most valuable VHS’ in the world

The most valuable VHS’ in the world

Posted March 21st, 2016 by LoveAntiques and filed under Just For Fun, Tomorrow's Antiques

LoveAntiques.com has commissioned a VHS expert to compile a list of the most expensive VHS’ in the world. Along with the list, our expert has offered some helpful tips to prospectus VHS investors, on what to look out for when buying a VHS as a collectible or investment.

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Valentine's Treasure Hunt Winners!

Valentine's Treasure Hunt Winners!

Posted March 17th, 2016 by LoveAntiques and filed under Just For Fun, Special Occasions

Last month, for Valentine’s Day, LoveAntiques.com created an amazingly fun treasure hunt. The treasure was hidden at a location in London, and LoveAntiques.com’s faithful customers were challenged to complete clues and race to win the £1,000 antique engagement ring. Today, we announce the winners...

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Item of the week - Small Queen Anne Style Bureau

Item of the week -  Small Queen Anne Style Bureau

Posted March 15th, 2016 by LoveAntiques and filed under Item of the Week

Before the 17th C very few of the population were literate, however after the 17th C this changed and desks and bureaus became increasingly popular as time progressed. The bureau desk began in France and the design of it significantly developed during the William and Mary period.

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