Antique Collecting magazine – new issue OUT NOW!

November issue of Antique CollectingIn this month’s Antique Collecting magazine we focus on the ever-popular Asian art market, which remains a bouyant area of interest and investment. So whether you’re an experienced buyer or looking for some advice on how to head east and get in on the action we’ve got some great expert advice and in-depth articles.

If you’re thinking about buying Chinese furniture but don’t know your huanghuali from your zitan, expert James Cottrell shares some insider knowledge to get you started

BSelection of Chinese ceramicseautifully shaped and brightly coloured, Chinese ginger jars remain sought-after items for both collectors and interior designers alike. We reveal the top tips for kick-starting your own collection, whatever your budget

While Chinese ivory is currently in the news, author Rose Kerr celebrates the artistic value of 18th-century exports.

Buddhist artIf you’re interested in buying Chinese ceramics you need to know about everything from reign marks to firing flaws – our potted guide reveals all

Raphy Star is a celebrated collector of Buddhist art, and with part of his heavenly collection due to go under the hammer soon, we celebrate the refined aesthetic beauty of the works.

Roosevelt and JohnsonWith residents of the US about to go to the polls to decide who goes into the White House next, collectables expert Paul Fraser reveals which presidential memorabilia should get your vote. Also across the pond, our regular columnist, Nicholas Lowry of New York’s Swann Auction Galleries, raises his glass to the boom in whisky collecting.

We also have the latest industry news, our essential auction calendar, industry profiles and must-read views from columnists.

Antique Collecting magazine is available by subscription both online and through post – find out how to get your copy each month here.

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