The latest issue of Antique Collecting magazine is out soon. This month, Charles Hanson praises the work of the Derbyshire painter George Turner, Christina Trevanion puts black forest ware in the spotlight, and Marc Allum proves he knows his stuff when he takes on re-upholstering a chair. Keep scrolling down to find out what else is inside.
SUBSCRIBE HERE to get the magazine delivered to your door each month*Raising the Curtain: Jennie Fisher considers the affordability of prints by the modernist Walter SickertOff the Cuff: Forget your pandemic pyjamas, sartorial elegance is back, with antique cufflinks leading the wayUnder Pressure: On the eve of the 70th-anniversary of the Rolex Deep Sea Special, we celebrate the groundbreaking timepieceIt Shouldn’t Happen to an Auctioneer: Eight well-known faces share their tales of triumph and disaster from the rostrumPassport to Pimlico: What makes a legendary dealer? Antique Collecting quizzes one such London trader prior to the sale of his stock and possessionsPaper Weights: Aside from the legendary wallpaper giant William Morris, a number of leading iconic designers flocked to the genreAuctioneer and TV regular Christina Trevanion puts black forest ware in the spotlightAn Auctioneer’s Lot: Charles Hanson praises the Derbyshire landscape artist George TurnerMarc Allum of the Antiques Roadshow proves he knows his stuff when he takes on re-upholstering a chair
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