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    Antiques.co.uk - September Newsletter


    Welcome to the Antiques.co.uk newsletter

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

    Picture Frame QUALITY PAIR OF CONTINENTAL PORCELAIN FIGURINES  CIRCA 1860-80   19 INCHES HIGH Picture Frame Circular Islamic brass planter #8809 Mid-Victorian Mahogany Ballot Box
    William IV Tea Caddy FINE BONE CHINA FLORREL VASE BY SUTHERLAND DECORATED WITH FLOWERS & HAND FINISHED IN GOLD  Chinese Enamel snuff Bottle - Item 316 XL French Nouveau Ormolu Chandelier Light Architectural Bronze Horse Jockey Signed Bonheur Derby French

    Chinese boom brings in outside expertise

    The continuing strength of the Chinese market – both the seemingly endless supply of Chinese ceramics and works of art and the demand for them – has meant provincial auctioneers have had to become increasingly knowledgeable about what is on their doorstep. Click here to read more...

    Beware of the fakes

    Mark Goodger, part of the www.antiques.co.uk vetting team, tells us how to spot antique boxes of a dubious authenticity - a subject he is passionate about. Click here to read more...

    LibertyAugust quiz winner

    Thank you for all your answers to August's quiz, the correct answer was: Liberty is in Colmar, Alsace, France. The winner of August's £250 free year's membership goes to Edward Clifton-Brown of Aon Risk Solutions. Congratulations!

    September QuizSeptember Quiz

    For your chance to win one year's free subscription to Antiques.co.uk (worth £250), just tell us who is this famous 19th century French Sculptor?

    The winner will be drawn from the correct answers in October. All answers to be received by September 15th 2012.

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

    Killer Stuff and Tons of Money: An Insider's Look at the World of Flea Markets, Antiques and Collecting

    Killer Stuff and Tons of MoneyThanks to Gail Macleod from Antiques News we were recommended Maureen Stanton's new book - a great read.

    It's a behind-the-scenes look at the rich and sometimes hilarious subculture of antiques, collecting, and flea markets - replete with arcane traditions and high drama. Award-winning writer Maureen shadows an antiques dealer from flea markets to high-end antiques shows as he plies his esoteric knowledge to find hidden gems. Along the way, she takes us on the set of Antiques Roadshow, explores eBay's effect on the trade, and for a chapter on fakes and frauds, she interviews a master restorer who passes his doctored furniture through top auction houses.

    We have 10 signed copies to give away this month to all new account holders, why not reach out to 1,000's of new viewers on www.antiques.co.uk and register to sell your items now http://www.antiques.co.uk/registration.cfm


    Tom Maley joins the www.2012sculpture.co.uk trail at the Ragged Museum in London with his 'Y' sculpture - overlooking the American Olympic training ground

    Housed in what was once London's biggest Ragged School, this popular, family-friendly museum welcomes people of all ages to taste a slice of Victorian life. Located beside the Regent's Canal the museum offers, through role-play, hands-on exhibits and talks, an authentic and memorable experience of the East End's paupers a century ago http://www.raggedschoolmuseum.org.uk/nextgen/


    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 Pair bronze's Good Chinese late Ming Kraak klapmuts bowl with bird on rock, Wanli c1610 Antique Mahogany vitrine glass china display cabinet

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

    Iain BruntTrudi WildBridget GrahamRichard Wild
    If you would like to advertise in this newsletter please contact Iain Brunt on mail@antiques.co.uk