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Homes & Antiques

Mar 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.

Home & Antiques

Editor’s Letter

PIECES THAT CAUGHT MY EYE

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

STAR LETTER

THE MONTH MARCH • Antique flower bricks, exciting events inspired by the Lindisfarne Gospels, a modern art sale, plus exhibitions including Hogarth at Tate Britain

RARE QUEEN OF NAPLES SPINET HITS A HIGH NOTE AT AUCTION

Behind the Scenes AT THE MUSEUM • Helen Hillyard speaks to Poppy Benner about her role as curator at Dulwich Picture Gallery and reveals her favourite piece 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

VINTAGE ERCOL FURNITURE

LOUISE SPENCER DECORATIVE ANTIQUES • Louise Spencer runs her antiques business from The Old Flight House in Oxfordshire and on Instagram…

SILVER CARD CASES • Alexis Butcher, Lawrences

Faux Bamboo • Carved pieces, old and new

Cabinet of Curiosities

PATIA DAVIS • Patia Davis’s functional, high-fired porcelain and slip-decorated earthenware pieces are layered with calm tones, and have a movement that reflects the natural world

Will Farmer • Will Farmer, Antiques Roadshow ceramics specialist and director of Fieldings Auctioneers Ltd, discusses his early collections, the women who inspired him, and an exciting film cameo

The Rise of The Potteries • Improved transport links and advances in mechanisation saw a localised cottage industry join the global marketplace, says Willa Latham

LIVING WITH ANTIQUES • Four homes bursting with creative touches, from a converted Georgian coach house in London to an idyllic country cottage near Cape Town

PROFUSION of pattern • Lynn Walford demonstrates how pattern in all its many styles and forms – from wallpaper to intricate embroidery and tapestry – can bring a unique look to a 16th-century home

STABLE MADE • A sensitive renovation has transformed a dilapidated Georgian coach house into a quirky family home, full of fascinating architectural details and period charm

Conservation PIECE • Design editor Emilio Pimentel-Reid has artfully combined the very best of old and new in his beautifully restored Regency apartment in Bath

Finders Keepers • When interior designer Charlotte Collins found a charming cottage to renovate and ‘flip’, she couldn’t have predicted she’d fall in love and make it her own

ANTIQUES & COLLECTING • Celebrating the ANTIQUES ROADSHOW, collecting PENCILS and KOKESHI DOLLS, plus AUCTION highlights

National Treasure • As the 44th series of the Antiques Roadshow returns to our screens, Homes & Antiques goes behind the scenes to find out how the programme has altered in recent years and why it still holds a special place in our affections

MOMENTS IN TIME • Experts recall their most memorable Roadshow items

Star Sales • A George II reading chair, silver-plated tea service and portrait miniature of a young girl are among Caroline Wheater’s auction highlights

GUESS THE HAMMER PRICE! • How well do you know the market? Try your hand at gauging the sale prices of these lots. (Answers on p129)

Horsehair fabric • Used for centuries for its durability and texture, horsehair cloth is a versatile material that, thanks to modern advances, still holds great appeal...


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Home & Garden

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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.

Home & Antiques

Editor’s Letter

PIECES THAT CAUGHT MY EYE

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

STAR LETTER

THE MONTH MARCH • Antique flower bricks, exciting events inspired by the Lindisfarne Gospels, a modern art sale, plus exhibitions including Hogarth at Tate Britain

RARE QUEEN OF NAPLES SPINET HITS A HIGH NOTE AT AUCTION

Behind the Scenes AT THE MUSEUM • Helen Hillyard speaks to Poppy Benner about her role as curator at Dulwich Picture Gallery and reveals her favourite piece 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

VINTAGE ERCOL FURNITURE

LOUISE SPENCER DECORATIVE ANTIQUES • Louise Spencer runs her antiques business from The Old Flight House in Oxfordshire and on Instagram…

SILVER CARD CASES • Alexis Butcher, Lawrences

Faux Bamboo • Carved pieces, old and new

Cabinet of Curiosities

PATIA DAVIS • Patia Davis’s functional, high-fired porcelain and slip-decorated earthenware pieces are layered with calm tones, and have a movement that reflects the natural world

Will Farmer • Will Farmer, Antiques Roadshow ceramics specialist and director of Fieldings Auctioneers Ltd, discusses his early collections, the women who inspired him, and an exciting film cameo

The Rise of The Potteries • Improved transport links and advances in mechanisation saw a localised cottage industry join the global marketplace, says Willa Latham

LIVING WITH ANTIQUES • Four homes bursting with creative touches, from a converted Georgian coach house in London to an idyllic country cottage near Cape Town

PROFUSION of pattern • Lynn Walford demonstrates how pattern in all its many styles and forms – from wallpaper to intricate embroidery and tapestry – can bring a unique look to a 16th-century home

STABLE MADE • A sensitive renovation has transformed a dilapidated Georgian coach house into a quirky family home, full of fascinating architectural details and period charm

Conservation PIECE • Design editor Emilio Pimentel-Reid has artfully combined the very best of old and new in his beautifully restored Regency apartment in Bath

Finders Keepers • When interior designer Charlotte Collins found a charming cottage to renovate and ‘flip’, she couldn’t have predicted she’d fall in love and make it her own

ANTIQUES & COLLECTING • Celebrating the ANTIQUES ROADSHOW, collecting PENCILS and KOKESHI DOLLS, plus AUCTION highlights

National Treasure • As the 44th series of the Antiques Roadshow returns to our screens, Homes & Antiques goes behind the scenes to find out how the programme has altered in recent years and why it still holds a special place in our affections

MOMENTS IN TIME • Experts recall their most memorable Roadshow items

Star Sales • A George II reading chair, silver-plated tea service and portrait miniature of a young girl are among Caroline Wheater’s auction highlights

GUESS THE HAMMER PRICE! • How well do you know the market? Try your hand at gauging the sale prices of these lots. (Answers on p129)

Horsehair fabric • Used for centuries for its durability and texture, horsehair cloth is a versatile material that, thanks to modern advances, still holds great appeal...


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