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    Antiques Magazine Archive, October 2021

    Beware of auction valautions and take more than one opinion

    Beware of auction valautions and take more than one opinion

    These Sphinx Patio Ornaments Were Offered for $700 at an English Auction House. Turns Out They’re Ancient—and Sold for $265,000

    18/10/2021
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    Deborah Swallow

    Deborah Swallow

    A MISSION TO OPEN UP AND RENOVATE. Deborah Swallow has been Märit Rausing Director of The Courtauld Institute of Art and its Gallerysince 2004. A British educator, museum curator and academic, she previously worked at the University of Cambridge and the Victoria and Albert Museum.

    25/10/2021
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    It's a woman’s world: what sold on Frieze's VIP day

    It's a woman’s world: what sold on Frieze's VIP day

    Work by women, much of it featuring women's bodies, has been attracting the attention of buyers at the London fair

    15/10/2021
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    John Day comes home.

    John Day comes home.

    Currenty on show at Malden Library Boston USA

    Gallery Hours: John Day - A Glimpse of Color

    Saturday, 2 October⋅9:00 – 10:30pm

    Internationally Acclaimed Artist John Day’s Work Comes Hometo Malden

    02/10/2021
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    Keep your goods moving in or out of the EU

    Keep your goods moving in or out of the EU

    If you move goods between Great Britain (GB) and countries in the European Union (EU), you might be affected when full customs controls come into effect on 1‌‌ ‌January‌‌‌ ‌2022.

    25/10/2021
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    Martin Bethenod

    Martin Bethenod

    A VERY ECLECTIC PERSON IN THE WORLD OF ART. Martin Bethenodwas the Deputy Chief Executive Officer of the Bourse de Commerce – Pinault Collection until October 1st, 2021. Director of Palazzo GrassiPunta della Dogana f

    12/10/2021
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    Serpentines, storage and celebration

    Serpentines, storage and celebration

     

    Oh the Georgians. They crop up again and again, not only when searching for antiques or discussing history, but today there is something of a revival of interest in all things Georgian. On top of that, the more we discuss the Georgians (and the Georges themselves), the more we notice the legacy they left behind in the form of antiques and buildings. Georgian buildings are constantly being saved and restored – if we could only furnish them with the furniture of the period!

    05/10/2021
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    Small is beautiful

    Small is beautiful

     

    Can you get big returns from small items? Well yes, if you buy carefully. Just because it seems small and relatively worthless doesn’t mean it is. And the great way of buying small is that you can still find something valuable without it taking up half your house.

    04/10/2021
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    Testimonial

    Testimonial

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    02/10/2021
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    THE FOURTH MUSKETEER

    THE FOURTH MUSKETEER

    Even the most faithful reader of the Boston Globewould scarcely remember a story I wrote which appeared in the paper in the autumn of 1984 .  It described my getting together with two of my classmates at our 35thMalden High School Reunion--a visit during which we toured some of our favorite sites around the city while the Globephotographer snapped our photo in front of each of them.  

    01/10/2021
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    Xmas Gift ideas on www.antiques.co.uk

    Xmas Gift ideas on www.antiques.co.uk

    I have a terrible time buying Christmas gifts for my parents, but NOT this year!
    I found some gems via antiques.co.uk, perfect for my racehorse breeder family.
    Kelli Ellis Ronati Head of Europe

    02/10/2021
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