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    Antiques.co.uk - April Newsletter

     

    Welcome to the Antiques.co.uk newsletter

    We've been busy this month at Antiques.co.uk. Recently Iain Brunt appeared on South African television discussing the service, and he's just had time to dash back in time to launch our new valuation service. In conjunction with Patrick Van der Vorst of Value My Stuff/Dragon's Den fame, the valuation service is independent, reliable and saves you the time you'd otherwise spend travelling to your local auction house for valuations. Why not try it out today?
    Are you sitting on a goldmine? Why not value your stuff now! Save time, value it online!

    Royal Memorabilia Special Memorabilia

    Royal Memorabilia

    With the royal event looming there's no better time than to search on Antiques.co.uk for all of your royal memorabilia. Can't find what you're looking for? Just save your search and we'll automatically email all of our sellers to let them know what you're looking for. If they have a matching item, we'll also automatically email you again when they upload their pieces.

    Sellers - now's the time to get your catalogues updated and ready for royal inspection!

    Ashby & James Antiques

    Kensington Palace Fire Grate

    From the collection of her Royal Highness the Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon, a nickel alloy and cast iron fire grate from the first half of the 20th century in the George III style.


    Accompanied by a certificate of provenance from 'Christie's', signed by the CEO and Viscount Linley.(49 words)

    £22,500

    Height 28 inches Width 31 inches Depth 16 inches

    www.ashbyjames.co.uk

    Contact us, telephone:
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    Kensington Palace Fire Grate

    Polo Antiques

    Limited edition photography by Mike Robers

    Polo the sport of Kings and Princess please see our new royal collection at www.poloantiques.com

    A limited edition photograph by Mike Roberts
    English 20th century
    Prince Charles Guards Polo Club 1968 numbers 1-25

    Height(cm): 30
    Width(cm): 28

    Price: £250

    Polo Antiques

    Bargain Item of the Month

    Eastern style meets Western low prices with this fabulous pair of ebonised oriental 19th-Century marble-top serving tables. At £1,450 plus delivery for the pair, they represent a rare treat for this price point.

    Height(cm): 89
    Width(cm): 98
    Depth(cm): 54
    Price: £1,450

    FINE CELL WORK

    EXHIBITION AND SALE: SATURDAY 7th MAY

    STANFORD HALL, LUTTERWORTH, LEICESTERSHIRE, LE17 6DH

    Fine Cell Work www.finecellwork.co.uk is a uniquely creative charity that trains and pays men and women in prison to create professional tapestry and quilting in their cells. This is a key building block for their rehabilitation, giving them the hope and financial means to stop re-offending. The prisoner's work had been commissioned by English Heritage and the V&A Museum and the charity was recently chosen as a Times Christmas charity.

    There will be an exhibition and sale of the prisoner's exquisite work - cushions, quilts, bags and gifts, at Stanford Hall, Lutterworth on Saturday 7th May, 10.30am-4pm.

    At 12 noon there will be a talk "A Stitch in Time: the story of Fine Cell Work and embroidery in prison" by Yvonne Stone, one of the charity's volunteer teachers at HMP Gartree.

    Refreshments will be available throughout the day.

    Directions: M1 junction 18, 6 miles; M1 junction 19 (from/to N. only), 2 miles; M6 exit/access at A14 (N) junction, 2 miles; A14, 2 miles. Follow Historic House sign.

    Fine Cell Work

    We look forward to seeing you soon on www.antiques.co.uk

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