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Our blog highlights tips for spotting great antiques and how to make the best use of them.


Here we share our knowledge and expertise to help you find the antiques that suit you and bring you value.

Check back regularly for more useful tips and tricks to do with antiques and fine art.


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    Art Deco isn’t Going Anywhere

    Radio City Music Hall, the Empire State Building, the Chrysler building – arguably some of the most iconic Art Deco architectural masterpieces. They are timeless, ageless, consistently elegant. This is the power of Art Deco…
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    Antiques – A Tangible Investment

    Antiques go beyond the classification of merely a statement piece of historical and aesthetic value that will add class to a space. Antiques are also an investment. In a heavily indebted economy, with assets like…
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    Why Antiques should be a Minimalists Best Friend

    Minimalist decor may appear to be here to stay but according to design experts modern minimalist spaces tend to lack grounding. That is perhaps why antiques are on the up and up. Find out which…
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    Why you should hold onto your antiques

    Trends are constantly changing. An item deemed fashionable one day could as soon be considered outdated before you even have the chance to remove it from the packaging. It stands to reason, then, that many…
  • Bronze – a metal that warms up any space

    Bronze – a metal that warms up any space

    Bronze has been described as a metal that warms up any space. And in 2017 it’s one of the decor trends on the lips of all interior designers. The oldest tin alloy bronzes date back to…
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    Antique vs. Vintage: The differences

    What separates man from beast? As the scope of human knowledge has expanded over the years, traits we once considered as unique to our species have been identified as characteristic to others in the animal…
  • A time for hygge

    Cultural upheavels are born in times of uncertainty, like Romanticism during the French Revolution and the response to the Vietnam war was the 1960s countercultural movement. Modern day’s collective anxiety around politics in the world…
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    Amethyst – February birthstone and wine’s friend

    With it’s deep purple colour that looks like wine, who can blame the Greeks and Romans for calling it after the ancient Greek word combining ἀ a- (“not”) and méthystos (“intoxicated”). Wine goblets were often…
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    The one to watch

    Author Ian Fleming said in his book “Casino Royale” he is convinced that “a gentleman’s choice of timepiece says as much about him as does his Savile Row suit”. Classical pieces stand the test of time for…
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    What to expect from 2017 décor trends

    With 2016 firmly behind us, we take a look at what will influence your abode and décor in general this year. Take inspiration from these themes, have some fun adding and/or updating your current spaces.…