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    Antiques.co.uk - August Newsletter

     

    Antiques.co.uk
    Welcome to the Antiques.co.uk newsletter

    Top 10 Most Viewed Items on Antiques.co.uk this month

    Picture Frame Circular Islamic brass planter Picture Frame #8809 Mid-Victorian Mahogany Ballot Box William IV Tea Caddy
    Bagatelle Board QUALITY PAIR OF CONTINENTAL PORCELAIN FIGURINES  CIRCA 1860-80   19 INCHES HIGH Chinese Enamel snuff Bottle - Item 316 Tunbridge Ware Book Ends FINE BONE CHINA FLORREL VASE BY SUTHERLAND DECORATED WITH FLOWERS & HAND FINISHED IN GOLD

    Great news for the Internet

    In the July 28th edition of the Antiques Trade Gazette, LAPADA stated that its members now enjoy one fifth of their sales through online advertising. The internet is now becoming a trusted medium for buyers and sellers of works of art and antiques on line throughout the world. Click here to read more...

    TroikaBeware of the fakes

    Feature on fake and fakers of....TROIKA POTTERY...
    Click here to read more...
    Thanks to Dave leach

    August CompetitionOur new monthly quiz!

    For the chance to win one year's free subscription to Antiques.co.uk (worth £250), just tell us where you think the statue in this photograph is situated.
    Here's a hint: It's not in Paris or New York.
    The winner will be drawn from the correct answers on September 1st 2012.

    Please email your answers to mail@antiques.co.uk

    Step-by-step sightseeing: How to see London's streets on foot


    With its hidden squares, historical sights and twisting alleys, London remains one of the best cities in the world for walking. Metro checks out some of the best places in the capital to explore on foot.
    Click here to read more...

    www.2012sculpture.co.uk

    "Sculptures are not just for the super-rich. Sculpture is the ultimate trophy art, with scope for greater impact than work in two dimensions. According to auctioneers, prices are up because of a surge in new buyers looking for top-end contemporary pieces to decorate their properties and hopefully turn a profit. The super-rich who visit for the Olympics will have a chance to view works". Mark Bridge, The Times

    The www.2012sculpture.co.uk trail has just placed the piece 'Y' by Tom Maley next to the American teams training grounds at The Ragged School Museum London E3. All the works can be seen around London

    Judy Boyt, Paul Day, Philip Jackson, Hamish Mackie, Tom Maley, Joseph Paxton, Enzo Plazzotta, Walter Raes & Ana Tzarev

    AN ALTERNATIVE TRAIL AND EXHIBITION OF OUTDOOR SCULPTURE IN LONDON
    Walk the trail Browse the artists
    Judy Boyt, Paul Day, Philip Jackson, Hamish Mackie, Tom Maley, Joseph Paxton, Enzo Plazzotta, Walter Raes & Ana Tzarev.

    Most Recently Uploaded Items on Antiques.co.uk

    Housekeepers Cupboard FLOWER STILL LIFE OIL PAINTING BY SOUGHT AFTER ARTIST THOMAS WEBSTER BEAUTIFULLY PRESENTED IN AN EXPENSIVE ANTIQUE GILT FRAME & MEASURING 48 X 59 INCHES OVERALL William IV Occasional Table sn2607 Victorian Brass and Cast Iron Stick Stand architectural mirrors, pair
    #9053 Victorian Figured Walnut Four Drawer Jewellery Cabinet Staffordshire Dogs A Good Pair Of  C19th Gilt Picture Frames. Pair bronze's Good Chinese late Ming Kraak klapmuts bowl with bird on rock, Wanli c1610

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

    Iain BruntTrudi WildBridget GrahamRichard Wild
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