New issue of Antique Collecting magazine

The March 2023 issue of Antique Collecting magazine is out soon, packed with expert articles exploring everything from the life and career of celebrated ceramicist Dame Lucie Rie, to our enduring love for artworks featuring dogs. Scroll down to find out more.

Hound for Hound: Behind the scenes of a new exhibition exploring how artists have portrayed dogs down the centuriesCoins from the East of India Company form the collection of Robert Puddester are expected to make £2m in London this month. Antique Collecting lifts the lid

The Brothers Whim: 150 years since the inauguration of the famous Martin Brother pottery in 1875, a new exhibition and sale puts the brothers and their works firmly back in the spotlight

Femme Fatales: As the market wakes up to women artists of the avant-garde working in 19th-century Paris, we explore the lives of three leading exponents

National Treasure: The incrediblec collection of  long-standing Antiques Roadshow favourite and ceramics expert Henry Sandon is offered for sale in Gloucestershire

We Love Lucie: The 20th-century pioneering potter Lucie Rie is put in the limelight alongside a guide to collecting her work

Triple Jumps: Memorabilia expert Paul Fraser urges us all to take a look at three collecting categories set to transform the markets this year

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