The next issue of Antique Collecting will be out soon – subscribe HERE to get your copy. This month’s packed issue explores everything from the stunning walnut furniture of the 18th century, to the demand for memorabilia from the legendary Woodstock Festival, which commemorates its 50th anniversary this year.
Nuts for It – Expert May Geolot considers the age of walnut and the furniture makers responsible for some of its finest pieces
In the Detail – Suzanne Zack discovers why the sale of miniature portraits is now big business again
Matters of the Art – Work by the talented artist Tirzah Garwood, the wife of Eric Ravilious, is put in the spotlight at a new exhibition
The Right Direction – On the eve of the London Map Fair, Ivan Macquisten finds map collecting can be fascinating whichever route you take
By the Book – Ever wondered why some first editions are worth a fortune compared to others? Book dealer and expert Pom Harrington reveals all
Also this month…
- A round-up of all the latest from the world of antiques and fine art, as well as unmissable exhibitions.
- On the 50th anniversary of the iconic Woodstock Festival, collectables expert Paul Fraser considers the market for its memorabilia
- Profile – Behind the scenes with the artist and online arts lecturer Stephen Farthing
- Why I Collect – Mary Cooper has been collecting fans for over 30 years, she shows off her impressive array
Elsewhere in the magazine:
Antiques Roadshow expert Marc Allum considers the unconsidered joys of the lecture circuit
TV antiques expert and auctioneer Charles Hanson considers the staggering work of the stamp and banknote designer Leonard Fryer
Saleroom Spotlight – we lift the lid on a stunning collection of inter-war suitcases by legendary luggage designer Louis Vuitton going under the hammer in Dorset
Exclusive Book Offers – Find out how subscribers can save £££s on the latest antiques, arts and design books – ideal for your library or to give as gifts
All the latest news from the salesrooms, previews of upcoming auctions and the fairs and events you must not miss.