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Homes & Antiques

Jan 01 2022
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 favourite Christmas traditions)

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 JANUARY • Antique wing chairs, a Tudor exhibition in Bath, LARTA returns to London, plus the highlights to expect at Sworders’ quarterly Design sale

CATCH THEM while you can...

Behind the Scenes AT THE MUSEUM • Rachel Nott speaks to Joanna Hashagen, curator of fashion and textiles at The Bowes Museum in County Durham – the North East’s museum of art, fashion and design – about her favourite pieces in the collection

ELISABETH FRINK HORSE GALLOPS TO AUCTION WITH A £60,000–£80,000 ESTIMATE

FAMOUS POOHSTICKS BRIDGE SELLS AT AUCTION TO LOCAL BUYER

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

ANIMAL PAINTINGS BY JOHN FREDERICK HERRING SNR • Patricia Durdikova, Cheffins Auctioneers

Bookshelf • Our selection of gorgeous coffee-table reads to treat yourself, your guests, or a fellow follower of delectable decor

HOUSE OF HUMMINGBIRD • Laura Wiltshire and Georgia Fanshawe bring glamour and sparkle to the everyday with their finds for their Bath-based business. Georgia tells us more…

ARTS & CRAFTS JEWELLERY • Lindsay Beardmore, Fellows Auctioneers

Glow Time • The flicker of candlelight looks so much better in a charming holder

The road to Staffordshire • East India Company imports came to a halt in the late 18th century, and it’s here that Staffordshire found its feet as a major centre of porcelain production, says Willa Latham

Cabinet of Curiosities • Our columnist considers the compulsion to collect and shares tips on navigating the auction world

LAST-MINUTE GIFTS for Antiques LOVERS • Need a gift in a hurry? These brilliant ideas all involve using preloved items and a little bit of ingenuity to make them extra-special

THAT’S A WRAP • Stylish, sustainable paper and tags to make those gifts look extra tempting…

Seasonal STYLING • Simple decorations made from foliage and vintage ornaments will see you through Christmas and into the new year, says Louise Weiergang Ipsen

TABLE SETTINGS

WREATHS

BAUBLES

LIVING WITH ANTIQUES • Four charming houses, from a Leicestershire cottage furnished with handcrafted pieces, to a stylish Victorian home decorated with rustic flair

Christmas IN BLOOM • A converted barn in the French countryside is the ideal family home: bright, open, and tastefully decorated, it comes into its own at Christmas

A labour of love • For Claire McFadyen and her husband Jamie, it took lots of hard work and creativity for their dream home to have a happy ending

HOME to stay • Creative entrepreneurs Jo and Peter Flavell have used their unique talents to transform a Grade II-listed cottage into a warm and welcoming home

CASTLE ON THE HILL • A collaboration between Country Life’s founder, and architect Edwin Lutyens, turned a ruined castle on the Northumbrian coast into a remarkable holiday home

ANTIQUES & COLLECTING • Collecting SAMPLERS, VINTAGE SPIRITS and WRISTWATCHES, advice from the EXPERTS, plus furnishing a SNUG for under...


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OverDrive Magazine

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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 favourite Christmas traditions)

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 JANUARY • Antique wing chairs, a Tudor exhibition in Bath, LARTA returns to London, plus the highlights to expect at Sworders’ quarterly Design sale

CATCH THEM while you can...

Behind the Scenes AT THE MUSEUM • Rachel Nott speaks to Joanna Hashagen, curator of fashion and textiles at The Bowes Museum in County Durham – the North East’s museum of art, fashion and design – about her favourite pieces in the collection

ELISABETH FRINK HORSE GALLOPS TO AUCTION WITH A £60,000–£80,000 ESTIMATE

FAMOUS POOHSTICKS BRIDGE SELLS AT AUCTION TO LOCAL BUYER

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

ANIMAL PAINTINGS BY JOHN FREDERICK HERRING SNR • Patricia Durdikova, Cheffins Auctioneers

Bookshelf • Our selection of gorgeous coffee-table reads to treat yourself, your guests, or a fellow follower of delectable decor

HOUSE OF HUMMINGBIRD • Laura Wiltshire and Georgia Fanshawe bring glamour and sparkle to the everyday with their finds for their Bath-based business. Georgia tells us more…

ARTS & CRAFTS JEWELLERY • Lindsay Beardmore, Fellows Auctioneers

Glow Time • The flicker of candlelight looks so much better in a charming holder

The road to Staffordshire • East India Company imports came to a halt in the late 18th century, and it’s here that Staffordshire found its feet as a major centre of porcelain production, says Willa Latham

Cabinet of Curiosities • Our columnist considers the compulsion to collect and shares tips on navigating the auction world

LAST-MINUTE GIFTS for Antiques LOVERS • Need a gift in a hurry? These brilliant ideas all involve using preloved items and a little bit of ingenuity to make them extra-special

THAT’S A WRAP • Stylish, sustainable paper and tags to make those gifts look extra tempting…

Seasonal STYLING • Simple decorations made from foliage and vintage ornaments will see you through Christmas and into the new year, says Louise Weiergang Ipsen

TABLE SETTINGS

WREATHS

BAUBLES

LIVING WITH ANTIQUES • Four charming houses, from a Leicestershire cottage furnished with handcrafted pieces, to a stylish Victorian home decorated with rustic flair

Christmas IN BLOOM • A converted barn in the French countryside is the ideal family home: bright, open, and tastefully decorated, it comes into its own at Christmas

A labour of love • For Claire McFadyen and her husband Jamie, it took lots of hard work and creativity for their dream home to have a happy ending

HOME to stay • Creative entrepreneurs Jo and Peter Flavell have used their unique talents to transform a Grade II-listed cottage into a warm and welcoming home

CASTLE ON THE HILL • A collaboration between Country Life’s founder, and architect Edwin Lutyens, turned a ruined castle on the Northumbrian coast into a remarkable holiday home

ANTIQUES & COLLECTING • Collecting SAMPLERS, VINTAGE SPIRITS and WRISTWATCHES, advice from the EXPERTS, plus furnishing a SNUG for under...


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