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    Iain Brunt, founder of www.antiques.co.uk , the UK’s leading online antique platform appears in Leaders Council podcast with Lord (David) Blunkett.

    Posted by The Leaders Council on 06/06/2020
    Iain Brunt, founder of www.antiques.co.uk , the UK’s leading online antique platform appears in Leaders Council podcast with Lord (David) Blunkett.
      The Leaders Council of Great Britain and Northern Ireland is a network of the most influential figures from across the country. It champions and celebrates the hard work and achievements of Great British leaders, while seeking to inspire the next generation. It is Chaired by Lord (David) Blunkett and is currently in the process of talking to leadership figures from across the nation in an attempt to understand this universal trait and what it means in Britain and Northern Ireland today.

    Bibury Antiques Fair to be held online during lockdown

    Posted by Loving The Cotswolds on 15/05/2020
    Bibury Antiques Fair to be held online during lockdown
     

    Antiques Trade Talks

    Posted by Antique Collecting Magazine on 24/04/2020
    Antiques Trade Talks

    Antiques platform launches Pay-As-You-Go option

    Posted by Antique Collecting Magazine on 24/04/2020
    Antiques platform launches Pay-As-You-Go option

    Todays News

    Posted by Petersfield post on 23/04/2020
    Todays News
     Todays news

    Download: petersfieldPost.pdf


    Artdecision.eu

    Posted by Kristen Knupp on 23/04/2020
    Artdecision.eu
    Art Decision.eu
    April 20th2020
     
    Online Antiques Adapt to the New Situation
     

    Art Daily news online see artdaily.cc

    Posted by Iain Brunt on 21/04/2020
    Art Daily news  online see artdaily.cc
     

    A WORK OF ART: CANARY WHARF WELCOMES MEXICAN SCULPTURES – 24.08.15

    Posted by Visual Arts Magazine on 10/06/2016
    A WORK OF ART: CANARY WHARF WELCOMES MEXICAN SCULPTURES – 24.08.15
    Work by some of Mexico’s most admired modern sculptors will be on display in London for the first time in a free exhibition of Mexican contemporary art in the lobby at One Canada Square

    Download: visualArts.pdf


    The Art Forecaster Blog

    Posted by Andrew Swait on 04/01/2016
    The Art Forecaster Blog
    IAIN BRUNT – JUNE EVENING SALES

    Iain Brunt is an Impressionist art advisor based in Geneva and London. Founder of www.antiques.co.uk and www.gonemodern.com, he has also just launched www.chatartnow.com

    What were your strongest impressions of the recent evening sales?

    Each auction has its stronger works which is the strategy of the auction houses. Every year sees new works some to the market and now some lesser known artists who were not allowed in the past are appearing which attracts new buyers looking to start collecting. Many works now have gone to such high price levels that it is impossible for new buyers to begin.

    There are many new private buyers, investment firms, and museums attracting strong bids. Classic star lots such as the Monet Irises will always cause excitement at Christies London but its new works that appear for the first time on the market that creates the strongest interest.

    Q&A

    Posted by Iain Brunt on 02/12/2015
    Q&A
     Q. I do so much online shopping - I wish it were possible to shop for antiques in the same way. Do you know of any websites that specialise in selling antiques from reputable suppliers?



    Call for trade and public signatures to petition the Government

    Posted by iain Brunt on 01/06/2009
    Call for trade and public signatures to petition the Government

    Henry Sandon, one of the best-known figures in the British antiques world, has called on the UK government to provide more support for the antiques and fine art industry.

    Download: 19-22 JUNE Ex Monthly.pdf


    Antiques.co.uk calls for the government to support the declining Antiques Industry.

    Posted by Iain Brunt on 07/05/2009
    Antiques.co.uk calls for the government to support the declining Antiques Industry.

    www.antiques.co.ukis calling for Antiques and Fine Arts dealers to speak out about the £2 billion loss suffered by the trade in 2008 and the government’s lack of support during this recession.  Iain Brunt, the site’s creator, is asking for dealers to make a stand and sign a petition urging the government to equip this often overlooked industry with the tools to restore it to its former glory.   

    Download: Antiques co uk Petition Release (2).doc


    Sandon calls on Whitehall

    Posted by Ivan Macquisten on 18/04/2009
    Sandon calls on Whitehall
     Henry Sandon

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    Decorex London September 2005 saw the launch of www.antiques.co.uk

    Posted by Iain Brunt on 01/09/2005
    Decorex London September 2005 saw the launch of www.antiques.co.uk

    Decorex London September 2005 saw the launch of www.antiques.co.uk

     

    Imagine you wanted to find an antique but you only had a few days to do it in, either because you worked too long hours, had a family. You had a project dead line to meet or you just did not know where to look, what are your options?

    Download: decorex press release.doc


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