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Homes & Antiques

Special 2021
Magazine

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.

Editor’s Letter

PIECES THAT CAUGHT MY EYE

THIS MONTH’S CONTRIBUTORS • (plus their dream chair)

HOMES & ANTIQUES

Letters • Send an email, message us on Facebook or tag us on Instagram – we’d love to hear from you

STAR LETTER

THE MONTH SPECIAL ISSUE • Antique oak coffers, a fine art sale at Tennants, Saul Hay Gallery’s fifth anniversary plus new galleries at the Imperial War Museum in London

CHINESE ALTAR TABLE SELLS FOR ALMOST £280,000

Behind the Scenes AT THE MUSEUM • Rachel Nott speaks to Eilish Clohessy-Dennis, curator of making at the Museum of Making in Derby, about her favourite object in the collection

STYLE. NOW. • Our monthly guide to DECORATIVE accessories, unique ANTIQUES and beautiful textiles that will add CHARACTER and colour to your home

LUCIE RIE BUTTONS • Philip Smith, Lyon & Turnbull

GILLOWS FURNITURE • Alexander Clement, Halls

THE FRENCH HOUSE • Stephen Hazell and Kathryn Wakefield talk to us about running their French antiques business

Form & Function • Beautiful and useful pieces to love

Cabinet of Curiosities • Our columnist considers the compulsion to collect and shares his latest obsession

Judith Miller • An early passion for history and collecting 18th-century plates led to the launch of the hugely successful antiques ‘bible’, Miller’s Antiques Handbook & Price Guide

Meanwhile in Worcester... • it was the search for a healthier drinking vessel that sparked porcelain production, says Willa Latham

BEST SEAT in the HOUSE • Meet the British craftspeople using age-old techniques to make exquisite chairs, throwing a fresh light on traditional designs

Bidding the dream • Country house sales are special occasions where the entire contents of beautiful and historic homes goes up for auction. From fine furniture to paintings and domestic wares, this is your chance to take home a little slice of an illustrious life, discovers Caroline Wheater

A GRAND HISTORY

LIVING WITH ANTIQUES • Four uniquely fascinating homes, including an antiques-filled London townhouse and a vast Tudor manor in the Dorset countryside

Light & Share • Henry Bickerton’s Victorian London home provides a timeless backdrop to his considered collection of art and antiques

Finely Crafted • For more than three decades this opulent Edwardian home on Johannesburg’s Westcliff Ridge has been the perfect setting for vintage fashion connoisseur Annabelle Desfontaine’s romantic, eclectic style

Mid-century meets Modern Rustic • Behind a traditional barn-like façade is a magnificently modernist interior that is also a warm and welcoming family home

At home in THE PAST • One of Dorset’s finest Tudor mansions, with many rooms largely unchanged, Athelhampton is also a treasure trove of family intrigue, says its owner, Giles Keating

ANTIQUES & COLLECTING • ROYAL WARRANTS explained and explored, behind the brand at WARNER HOUSE, plus STAR SALES and EXPERT ADVICE

Faric of life • Celia Rufey meets Meg Andrews, a London-based dealer in antique textiles and costume, to learn more about her treasure trove of rare and interesting pieces dating from the 18th century

Naturally Green • With more and more people turning to antiques as a way to minimise the environmental impact of furnishing their homes, Rosanna Morris talks to industry insiders...


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OverDrive Magazine

subjects

Home & Garden

Languages

English

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.

Editor’s Letter

PIECES THAT CAUGHT MY EYE

THIS MONTH’S CONTRIBUTORS • (plus their dream chair)

HOMES & ANTIQUES

Letters • Send an email, message us on Facebook or tag us on Instagram – we’d love to hear from you

STAR LETTER

THE MONTH SPECIAL ISSUE • Antique oak coffers, a fine art sale at Tennants, Saul Hay Gallery’s fifth anniversary plus new galleries at the Imperial War Museum in London

CHINESE ALTAR TABLE SELLS FOR ALMOST £280,000

Behind the Scenes AT THE MUSEUM • Rachel Nott speaks to Eilish Clohessy-Dennis, curator of making at the Museum of Making in Derby, about her favourite object in the collection

STYLE. NOW. • Our monthly guide to DECORATIVE accessories, unique ANTIQUES and beautiful textiles that will add CHARACTER and colour to your home

LUCIE RIE BUTTONS • Philip Smith, Lyon & Turnbull

GILLOWS FURNITURE • Alexander Clement, Halls

THE FRENCH HOUSE • Stephen Hazell and Kathryn Wakefield talk to us about running their French antiques business

Form & Function • Beautiful and useful pieces to love

Cabinet of Curiosities • Our columnist considers the compulsion to collect and shares his latest obsession

Judith Miller • An early passion for history and collecting 18th-century plates led to the launch of the hugely successful antiques ‘bible’, Miller’s Antiques Handbook & Price Guide

Meanwhile in Worcester... • it was the search for a healthier drinking vessel that sparked porcelain production, says Willa Latham

BEST SEAT in the HOUSE • Meet the British craftspeople using age-old techniques to make exquisite chairs, throwing a fresh light on traditional designs

Bidding the dream • Country house sales are special occasions where the entire contents of beautiful and historic homes goes up for auction. From fine furniture to paintings and domestic wares, this is your chance to take home a little slice of an illustrious life, discovers Caroline Wheater

A GRAND HISTORY

LIVING WITH ANTIQUES • Four uniquely fascinating homes, including an antiques-filled London townhouse and a vast Tudor manor in the Dorset countryside

Light & Share • Henry Bickerton’s Victorian London home provides a timeless backdrop to his considered collection of art and antiques

Finely Crafted • For more than three decades this opulent Edwardian home on Johannesburg’s Westcliff Ridge has been the perfect setting for vintage fashion connoisseur Annabelle Desfontaine’s romantic, eclectic style

Mid-century meets Modern Rustic • Behind a traditional barn-like façade is a magnificently modernist interior that is also a warm and welcoming family home

At home in THE PAST • One of Dorset’s finest Tudor mansions, with many rooms largely unchanged, Athelhampton is also a treasure trove of family intrigue, says its owner, Giles Keating

ANTIQUES & COLLECTING • ROYAL WARRANTS explained and explored, behind the brand at WARNER HOUSE, plus STAR SALES and EXPERT ADVICE

Faric of life • Celia Rufey meets Meg Andrews, a London-based dealer in antique textiles and costume, to learn more about her treasure trove of rare and interesting pieces dating from the 18th century

Naturally Green • With more and more people turning to antiques as a way to minimise the environmental impact of furnishing their homes, Rosanna Morris talks to industry insiders...


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