A recent Huffington Post article explored the concept of ‘lagom’, and how antique furniture is the perfect fit for this lifestyle.
‘Lagom’, a Swedish word (more…)
National Trust properties are not all grand mansions stuffed with antique marquetry furniture ; some, such as Stoneywell Cottage, which the Trust purchased in January, are relatively modest – but are at least as important.
Stoneywell, in Leicestershire, is an unsurpassed example of an Arts and Crafts house. Designed, built and part-furnished by the famous designer-architect (more…)
The Wallace Collection in London boasts a spectacular variety of antique marquetry furniture, including a huge (more…)
The pride of inheriting a valuable piece of antique furniture is sadly lacking in society today; many a Victorian oak partners desk in Lancashire has (more…)
Fiona Bruce and the Antiques Roadshow team were at Stowe House on Sunday 6th January, with a particularly good selection of (more…)
As people in Cumbria know, antique marquetry furniture is rarely seen on Antiques Roadshow, but on 25th November an (more…)
An outstanding collection of antique dining chairs, Open Bookcases and other 18th century antiques amassed by (more…)
Good quality antique marquetry furniture in Lancashire is always worth paying extra for, and at Christie’s in London, one determined bidder paid (more…)
The best of the antique marquetry furniture had already been sold, but there was still plenty to tempt people to (more…)
An exquisite piece of antique marquetry furniture from the days of the British Raj was one of the highlights at a sale in (more…)