Homes & Antiques – March 2020

Homes & Antiques – March 2020This month, discover how ecclesiastical salvage can make glorious centrepieces in your home, from wooden chapel chairs to stonework panels, via statues and vestments. We also explore four homes that are filled with lovingly treasured antiques and collectables, from a seaside retreat that doubles up as an artists’ gallery, to a delightful pied à terre in Barnes. We also have reams of brilliant expert advice to help you buy original prints, collect Newlyn copper, discover mochaware, choose antique dining chairs, and create a stylish and practical bathroom that sits well in a period home. Plus our resident antiques guru, Janet Gleeson, is on hand to solve your curio conundrums!

Homes
From a Victorian cottage filled with vintage furniture to a seaside home packed with a mix of art, folk pieces and heirlooms, to an urban home full of quirky antiques and bespoke furniture.

Divine by Design
Discover how salvaged items from deconstructed churches can look striking in your home.

Material Matters – Copper
Attractive, malleable and versatile, it’s little wonder that this warm metal has been a practical and decorative staple in our lives and homes since prehistoric times.

Meet the Makers
Juliet and Franki, design duo and founders of Bristol Weaving Mill, work together to weave sustainable textiles using traditional methods.

Design Icon
Once vessels found only in pubs and taverns, mochaware ceramics have risen through the ranks to be a lively and lucrative collecting field. Hailing from Stoke on Trent, but collected all over Britain, the unsung heroes of the ceramics world are still popular with modern-day buyers.

Travel

48 hours in Paris, for a sophisticated weekend filled with art, antiquities, showstopping architecture and delicious food, the French capital has it all.

Fairs & Auctions
A round-up of the very best antique fairs and auctions happening around the UK in March

All this and much much more!!

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