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Homes & Antiques

Homes & Antiques

March 2020

Homes & Antiques is the magazine for people who love great design and beautiful objects from every era, providing a unique mix of the very best of the old with the very best of the new. That's why, as well as being the official magazine of the BBC's Antiques Roadshow, every issue delivers an inspirational blend of heritage and lifestyle.

Land:
United Kingdom
Sprache:
English
Verlag:
Immediate Media Company London Limited
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the possession obsession

The trouble with working for a magazine as beautiful and fascinating as this one, is that the list of antiques I dream of owning grows at a wildly unsustainable rate. Take this month’s photoshoot, ‘ Divine by Design’ (p44) for example. Glorious pieces of ecclesiastical salvage, made by master craftspeople in days gone by, charmingly styled for the modern home. I’d never before considered using a lectern as a plant holder, or dressing my hallway table with a bust of the holy mother, but now I find myself trawling online auctions for affordable examples late into the night! This month’s houses are, frankly, no better for my antiques envy. From a Victorian cottage filled with vintage furniture (p56), to a seaside home packed with a mix of art, folk pieces and…

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my five favourite antiques in this issue…

CLOCK WATCHING I adore the rich yellow gold that ormolu has, and the surface of this Louis XIV mantel clock practically glows. MAKING A CAMEO When the hammer fell for this exquisite cameo-glass vase, a new world record was made. GILTY PLEASURE Since we covered giltwood mirrors last issue, I’ve developed something of an obsession. ‘S’ IS FOR SOLD! I’m not surprised that this Eric Raviliousdesigned Wedgwood mug soared over its £120-£180 estimate… CLASSIC CHOICE A good old-fashioned ladder back dining chair like this will last for centuries and its style will never wane.…

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this month’s contributors

Sarah Ellison Spoke to Sophie Hannam in ‘Masters of the Eclectic’ Sarah is the founder of London-based interior design practice Frank & Faber. She has a penchant for mixing styles and eras to create colourful and individual spaces. ‘I 100 per cent aspire to be a constant de-clutterer, but I always have that little voice telling me I might need it one day, so I keep things for approximately six months to a year longer than I need to!’ Ali Heath Wrote about Tom Cox’s home in ‘The Art of Curation’ Ali is a freelance writer and stylist whose work has appeared in many leading magazines and newspaper supplements, from H&A to House & Garden . ‘I would like to say that I am a constant de-clutterer, but the reality is I am somewhat of…

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homes & antiques

Editorial Editor Mel Sherwood Senior Production Editor Rachel Nott Acting Senior Houses Editor Charlotte Packer Senior Staff Writer Sophie Hannam Editorial and Picture Assistant Katy Layton Antiques Writer Caroline Wheater Design Art Director Christianne Raymer Deputy Art Editor Kirsty Lyons Advertising Group Advertising Manager Laura Jones Advertising Manager Heather Golden Business Development Manager Sophie North Brand Sales Executives James Beckett, Aileen Booth, Phil Wallington Classified Sales Executive Jack Casey Design Supervisor Cee Pike Marketing & Production Subscriptions Director Jacky Perales-Morris Direct Marketing Executive Emma Hunter Director of Licensing and Syndication Tim Hudson Syndication Manager Richard Bentley Production Director Sarah Powell Junior Production Coordinator Georgia Tolley PR Manager Toby Hicks Publishing Managing Director Marie Davies Promotions and Partnerships Manager Rosa Sherwood Publishing Assistant Lara Von Weber Group Managing Director Andy Marshall CEO Tom Bureau…

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letters

Makeover magic Having read Jay Blades’ article in the February 2020 issue, I feel he’s a kinsman when he talks about using leftover pieces of fabric and being inspired by them. I have been known to make patchwork cushions, blinds and tablecloths – all sorts of useful textile items. One of my latest projects may be of interest to Jay – a patchwork chair. I searched for many months to find a suitable candidate – it had to be the right age, shape and be interesting, and most of all, cheap. At last I found something for £3 at a car boot sale. The fabrics all came from my stash, which currently fills two wardrobes, and no piece is longer than about a metre. All the pieces are good quality and, to my…

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breathing new life

When my granny passed away in 1960, one of the few possessions my mother inherited was her old teapot. When she followed 20 years ago, I packed all her china into cardboard boxes. However, I gave the teapot pride of place on my sideboard. On my last visit to the house, I found another cardboard box. On opening it, I saw a familiar pattern on lots of broken china – it was the lid of the teapot, smashed into many pieces.›I glued them back together and, amazingly, it was complete, albeit with one or two chips. Some years later, I cleared out my garage and found the teapot stand! I’d had no idea it existed, and no memory of packing it. So the teapot is now complete and looks even…