See inside latest Antique Collecting magazine

The February issue of Antique Collecting magazine has an eclectic selection of articles to interest any devotee of antiques and art – from a look at the work of unsung equine artist Lucy Kemp-Welch, to a behind-the-scenes visit to a sale of props from the Netflix series The Crown. Subscribe now to get the magazine delivered to your door each month – plus receive a free book and jute bag – see what’s inside by scrolling down.

Horse Play: A new exhibition and book celebrates the life and work of Lucy Kemp-Welch, the equine artist once considered the best horse painter of the 20th century

Lucy Kemp-Welch painting

Dailey Worship: Considered one of the finest collectors/dealers of his generation, 200 lots from the collection of Dailey Warner are up for sale at an Essex auctioneers this month

An interior image of Dailey Warner's home

Snuff Said: Taking powdered tobacco was de rigeur in Georgian high society, the craze leading to some attractive and intricate snuffboxes which are highly sought after today

A collection of Georgian snuffboxes

Taking Flight: Author of a new book on the Worcester porcelain manufactory Flight & Barr, Charles Dawson reveals why ceramics by the unsung maker are all the rage

A ceramic plate from Flight and Barr

Crowning Glories: Fan of The Crown? Some 450 props from the hit streaming series go under the hammer this month and, with estimates starting at £60, there is something for everyone

Also inside this month’s issue:

Lots of Love: New columnist Irita Marriott shares her love of that most feminine of accoutrements – the pressed powder compact

Marc My Words: A behind-the-scenes glimpse of a day in the life of Antiques Roadshow expert Marc Allum