See inside latest issue of Antique Collecting magazine

The latest issue of Antique Collecting magazine is out soon – inside we explore the market for antique Charles II furniture, take a look inside a stylish country house sale, discover the English watch brand making a comeback, and dive into the Dark Ages with the boom in macabre collecting  – keep scrolling to find out more about what’s inside.

The Dark Ages: From mummified cats to witches’ mirrors, snapping up of objects of the macabre has never been more popular. Antique Collecting goes over to the dark side


West Meets East: Discover why the West Sussex village of Ditchlng was so important to two of the 20th-century’s most important ceramicists


Mourning Time: How jewellery has been used to mark death throughout the centuries from monarchs to loved ones

The Time has Come: Why an out-of-favour English watch brand, which went out of production in the 1970s, is back in vogue

Sweet Carolean: On the dawn of a new reign, Edward Rycroft looks back on the furniture of the King’s predecessor Charles II

Denis the Menace: Discover the work of an unsung hero of 20th-century art, Denis Wirth-Miller, whose work goes on show this month


An Auctioneer’s Lot: Charles Hanson reveals some interesting items that belonged to Queen Victoria


Saleroom Spotlight: A collection of Moorcroft miniatures goes under the hammer in Berkshire this month at a sale of 100 years of design ranging from art deco to Modernism – Richard Ginger finds out more

A collection of Moorcroft miniatures

PLUS – All the latest news from the top auction houses, events and the market