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September is another packed Antique Collecting magazine – with everything from early oak and Biedermeier furniture, to duck decoys and glam rock posters. Eclectic and individual!
Has the renaissance of early oak furniture finally arrived? Antiques expert John Andrews assesses the rising fortunes of oak and its return to favour.
Scandinavian antiques dealers Jo Lee celebrates the evolution and distinctive appeal of 19th-century Biedermeier furniture and its influence on later artistic movements.
Antiques dealer May Geolot explores the japanning skills and work of 18th-century cabinetmaker Giles Grenbey and his most exulted work, the masterpiece Lazcano suite..
Following this summer’s record-breaking US sales, we discover what makes a duck decoy, carved by an unknown maker, fly to half a million at auction!
Author and architect Roger Crimlis opens up his collection of music posters from the glory days of glam rock and punk.
To mark this month’s Fine Art Asia, we travel to Hong Kong to offer an in-depth guide to the city for collectors.
Much beloved as part of the Sunday morning ritual, original artwork for newspaper strip cartoons are becoming a highly sought-after area for collecting, says memorabilia expert Paul Fraser.
We head behind the scenes to take a sparkling tour of Chiswick Auctions’ jewellery department, headed up by Sarah Duncan.
Antiques Roadshow expert Marc Allum delves into the lifestyles of the rich and famous from yesteryear as he catalogues a collection of letters written by celebrated hands.
How do you stop your priceless collection of fine silver becoming tarnished? Conservator George Monger shares his top tips.
TV regular and auctioneer Charles Hanson reveals a stunning necklace worthy of the greatest Russian jewellery designer.
Then there’s our essential round-up of upcoming sales, along with news, views and expert advice on buying and collecting.