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Victoria Home & Antiques 2019

In a frantic and hurried world, Victoria offers a respite from the chaos of everyday life. The pages are dedicated to living beautifully when entertaining, cooking, and decorating and even in artistic pursuits - and now you can enjoy every single page on your tablet! With a distinct personality all its own, Victoria personifies feminity, passion, and an enterprising spirit. Each issue features decorating and entertaining ideas, recipes, travel stories, essays from inspiring women, and much more.

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United States
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English
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Hoffman Media
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victoria special issues

EDITORIAL EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Phyllis Hoffman DePiano EDITOR Jordan Marxer MANAGING EDITOR Melissa Lester ASSOCIATE EDITOR Karen Callaway ASSISTANT EDITOR Leslie Bennett SENIOR COPY EDITOR Rhonda Lee Lother EDITORIAL ASSISTANT Kassidy Abernathy GROUP CREATIVE DIRECTOR Deanna Rippy Gardner ART DIRECTOR Karissa Brown STYLIST Melissa Sturdivant Smith CREATIVE DIRECTOR/PHOTOGRAPHY Mac Jamieson SENIOR PHOTOGRAPHER John O’Hagan PHOTOGRAPHERS Jim Bathie, William Dickey, Nicole Du Bois, Stephanie Welbourne Steele TEST KITCHEN DIRECTOR Irene Yeh ASSISTANT TEST KITCHEN DIRECTOR Melissa Gray FOOD STYLISTS/RECIPE DEVELOPERS Laura Crandall, Ashley Jones, Kathleen Kanen, Tricia Manzanero, Vanessa Rocchio, Jade Sinacori, Elizabeth Stringer ASSISTANT FOOD STYLIST/RECIPE DEVELOPER Anita Simpson Spain SENIOR DIGITAL IMAGING SPECIALIST Delisa McDaniel DIGITAL IMAGING SPECIALIST Clark Densmore DIGITAL MEDIA MARKETING DIRECTOR Tricia Wagner Williams MARKETING COORDINATOR Vicky Lewis ONLINE EDITOR Janece Maze DIGITAL DESIGNER Stephanie Lambert ADMINISTRATIVE HUMAN RESOURCES DIRECTOR Judy Brown Lazenby IT DIRECTOR Matthew Scott Holt DEALER PROGRAM MANAGER Janice Ritter ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT/EDITORIAL Alex Kolar INTEGRATED MARKETING SOLUTIONS ACCOUNT DIRECTORS Hagan Media/Katie Hagan [AL, FL, TN] Kathy…

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dear friends

I first became aware of antique furnishings when I found a book in the college library that featured chairs, sofas, and wooden case goods that were surprisingly similar to the furniture in my grandparents’ home. I had never given a second thought to the bed, dresser, and chest of drawers in the room where I slept at Grandmother Norton’s home. But there they were, pictured in a respected volume, so they must have worth. Of course, I now know that the real value of these antiques was in their meaning to my relatives. When I began to furnish my first home, I acquired the typical things that were affordable to young people. However, I did splurge on an old, long, narrow table referred to by the salesman as a library table,…

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pieces of the past

The legendary markets and fairs of France are veritable meccas for antiques hunters, who patiently sift through the seemingly endless mélange of wares in search of hidden treasure. Some of the most coveted items are salvaged architectural fragments—tangible emblems of the country’s long and fascinating narrative. There are many ways to incorporate these ageless gems into home décor. Hand-carved wooden panels can be found in a range of sizes, making them perfect accents to hang over a mantel, fill a blank wall, serve as a headboard, or to create a decorative apron for the front of a desk. Smaller remnants add aesthetic elements to frames and mingle with other curios in bookcases. “IF YOU WANT TO UNDERSTAND TODAY, YOU HAVE TO SEARCH YESTERDAY.”—Pearl S. Buck Pedestals are also favored relics utilized in interior…

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new life for old sterling

In the 1920s, there were few things so fashionable and glamorous as a sterling cigarette case. Next to elbow-length gloves or an incredibly long strand of pearls, a beautiful silver case was a sure sign of an alluring woman. Cases differed slightly from one piece to the next—some were flat and square, while others were oblong and rounded to fit the gentle curve of a lady’s hand. Several were made of papier-mâché or wood, but the most treasured were those crafted of sterling silver. “The ornate sterling cases were expertly decorated,” says Karyn Shaudis, proprietor of Nightingale Antiques in Bakersfield, California. They were as highly regarded as fine jewelry, and surfaces were often embellished with engraved monograms, hand-chased patterns, inset semiprecious stones, and mother-of-pearl accents. “They were often quite elaborate,” says Karyn. Some…

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enduring ironstone

English white ironstone has been tickling the fancy of Americans with its decidedly plain appeal since it was first imported and fervently acquired in the nineteenth century. Now a chic antique, the gleaming all-white earthenware has a goes-with-anything simplicity and a fits-in-anywhere charm that elicits as much pleasure among modern-day collectors as when it graced the tables of colonists, pioneers, and Victorians centuries ago. Introduced by Staffordshire potters as a durable, affordable substitute for porcelain, the earliest incarnations of the dense, heavy stoneware were colorfully decorated. But when unadorned white ironstone garnered instant favor in America for everyday use, its popularity inspired a heyday of mass production from 1840 to 1870. Ever since the era in which English white ironstone made its way across the ocean, the sturdy stuff has remained an…

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cameos: an ancient tradition comes of age in the twenty-first century

In a world of mass-produced jewelry, a lovingly handcrafted cameo is a true luxury. The shelves of Amedeo Scognamiglio’s intimate Manhattan boutique are lined with elegant cameos, from timeless pearl-embellished pieces carved with flowers to fashionably appointed belts. These lovely creations reflect the remarkable tradition inherited by Amedeo, an energetic, bright-eyed young Italian man. He is a member of the sixth generation working in the family business, founded in 1857 in Torre del Greco, a small town on the Bay of Naples that is still the heart of the industry. A close-knit group of artisans painstakingly craft the Scognamiglio family cameos from seashells imported from Africa and the Caribbean. A client seeking a deeply personal memento submits photographs of a family member or pet, which Amedeo uses as a model to carve…