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We’ve pulled together another packed issue this month, taking in everything from travel and style, to time and classic interiors.
Much favoured by interior designers, Swedish Mora clock’s distinctive shape makes them a characterful addition to any home, so we asked expert Jo Lee to reveal everything you need to know before you buy.
Items from the Ruskin Pottery are celebrated for their distinctive glazes as Rob Higgins and Will Farmer reveal in their must-read guide.
A flagship sale of lantern clocks is set to take place soon; the perfect time, then, to ask specialist Brian Loomes all about their unique history and invaluable advice on collecting.
For far too long Norfolk’s Raynham Hall has remained out of the spotlight, now a new book lifts the lid on its stunning treasures and architectural delights as the author takes us on a guided tour.
Demand for vintage shoes is on the rise, so aficionado Tracy Martin reveals the stylish choices you need to be buying now. Also in this month’s issue, and equally fashionable, Charlotte Rogers’ collection of Hermès and Chanel handbags goes in the spotlight, along with her tips on what to look for in a classic bag.
Elsewhere, discover seven off-the-beaten-track antique markets and brocantes, visit seven quirky UK museums whose collections may inspire you, and join writer Duncan Phillips as he delves into the murky world of recent forgeries that fooled the art market. And find out why demand for vintage movie posters has skyrocketed in recent years.
Lastly, auctioneer Charles Hanson is moved by a diary kept by a young soldier during the Battle of the Somme, and Edd Thomas ponders: ‘is ‘antique’ a dirty word in a fast-changing world. Then there’s the usual round-up of results from the auction house and not-to-miss sales on the horizon, along with news, views and expert advice.