Where to find the best antiques for your interior design

Where to find the best antiques for your interior design

Posted August 14th, 2015 by LoveAntiques and filed under Antique Fairs, Interior Design

If you are interested in creating your own traditional interior full of antiques then it’s important that you know where to find the best items.

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Jewellery Through The Ages 1714 - 1935

Jewellery Through The Ages 1714 - 1935

Posted August 7th, 2015 by LoveAntiques and filed under LoveAntiques University

When you stop to take a look at how jewellery has changed through the ages, we see a number of standout periods, those being the Georgian, Victoria, Edwardian and Art Deco eras. It was the years between 1714 and 1935 which saw the main trends emerge, primarily due to the fact that jewellery became more…

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Who and what to watch out for at Newark Antiques Fair

Who and what to watch out for at Newark Antiques Fair

Posted July 23rd, 2015 by LoveAntiques and filed under Antique Fairs

A highlight of the International Antiques & Collectors Fair calendar is an event which takes place six times a year in Newark. And with the latest instalment of this pivotal event taking place in August, it’s time to see what you need to look out for while attending. Who will be at the fair?…

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Our guide and history of Newark

Our guide and history of Newark

Posted July 6th, 2015 by LoveAntiques and filed under Antique Fairs, LoveAntiques University

At Love Antiques, we are eager to help individuals buy and sell antiques and get the interiors they dream of. Newark Antiques Fair is one of the most famous antiques events, taking place at an enormous 84-acre site with as many as 2,500 stands attracting visitors from around the world. To help get you…

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What to bring to an antiques fair

What to bring to an antiques fair

Posted July 3rd, 2015 by LoveAntiques and filed under Antique Fairs, LoveAntiques University

Antique fairs are pivotal events for buyers and sellers interested in antique and vintage items. Just two years ago, this pivotal global market had accumulated £39.7 billion in total sales and was up 8% year-on-year – highlighting the growing popularity it shares throughout the world. As a result, there are numerous antique fairs found…

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Silver Hallmarks Explained

Silver Hallmarks Explained

Posted July 2nd, 2015 by LoveAntiques and filed under LoveAntiques University

LoveAntiques.com has designed an infographic to make understanding the heritage of antique silver items easier, and to explain silver hallmarks to the general public. Understanding what the tiny symbols engraved on your family heirlooms or your best jewellery can be confusing for most people. With LoveAntiques.com new infographic the general public can finally understand…

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Classic Cocktails

Classic Cocktails

Posted June 30th, 2015 by LoveAntiques and filed under Just For Fun

We trawled 40 of London’s finest cocktail bars to report on the very latest news and views from the world of the mixologist. Yes, it’s been tough work, but someone has to do it.

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The Classic Cocktail in London Bars in 2015

The Classic Cocktail in London Bars in 2015

Posted June 15th, 2015 by LoveAntiques and filed under Just For Fun

It is often said that fashion comes full circle with the delights and trends of past decades returning for another bout in the spotlight. This applies to cultural habits as much as it does to clothing – and the resurgence of classic cocktails is the perfect example. Read our Classic Cocktails whitepaper now or…

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God save our Royal bling, long live our Royal bling

God save our Royal bling, long live our Royal bling

Posted May 28th, 2015 by LoveAntiques and filed under Just For Fun

A rummage through the jewellery boxes of Britain’s Royal Family… ^This figure is more than Tesco and Marks & Spencer combined… It’s believed that the jewels alone are worth around £5 billion. The Cullinan Diamond, which was presented to Edward VII in 1907, is the largest ever mined. The King entrusted the splitting of the 10cm-long…

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