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Antiques Of The Week | 24th Feb 2022 (Antique Clocks Special)

German Ting-tang Bracket/ Mantel Clock Fantastic German mahogany bracket / mantel clock having a striking ‘ting-tang’ mechanism by noted makers LFS. The 4.5″dial has a silvered chapter ring and matted brass centre surrounded by beautiful cast spandrels. The clock sticks on the hr and half hr but does have an additional dial to silence the chime when needed. The brass handle, finials, feet and fish scale sound frets decorate the warm mahogany case beautifully. Like all antiques there are the odd age-related marks but that does not devalue from the outstanding quality of this clock. Lorenz Furtwanger & Son or

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5000 Antiques For Sale

Antiques To Buy is soon as reach over 5000 antiques for sale. Antiques To Buy launched in March 2021 and has been a great success. Antiques To Buy has helped our dealers advertise and sell there products online through our fresh and modern website. Since launching Antiques To Buy our dealers have sold many antiques online. Our website targets antiques dealers all over the UK as well as the world. Antiques To Buy offers outstanding customer service to its dealers and customers looking to buy online. If you’re a dealer looking to sell antiques online, antiques to buy is for

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Antiques Of The Week | 13th November (Antique Swords Special)

Japanese Samurais short sword The wakizashi has a blade between 30 and 60 cm (12 and 24 in) in length.[1] Wakizashi close to the length of a katana are called o-wakizashi and wakizashi closer to tanto length are called ko-wakizashi.[1] Wakizashi are not necessarily just a smaller version of the katana; they could be forged differently and have a different cross section This one is total length of 68 cm width across 6 cm depth 7 cm as mid 18th century the sword has been used so has some blemishes Mameluke French Napoleonic Officers sword Early 19th century a sword

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Edwardian Set Of 6 Chairs SAI2367
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Antiques Of The Week | 3rd August 2021

Attractive Matching Pair Of 19th Century Oil Paintings Floral Still Life Study A matching pair of 19th Century Victorian Oil on Card Still Life Paintings depicting floral arrangements. Mounted within their original decorative copper coloured gilt and glazed frames. Attributes: Oil on Card No visible signature Circa: 1890-1900 Condition: Both paintings are offered in an overall excellent original condition commensurate with age. The frames have small areas of moulding missing and the underneath of each glass panel could do with a clean. Edwardian Set Of 6 Chairs SAI2367 A magnificent set of 6 Edwardian dining chairs with padded backrests and

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Antiques Of The Week| 27th July 2021

Edwardian Bergere High Chair SAI2339 A magnificent, mahogany and caned child’s Bergere high chair. The rounded Bergere chair has a footrest and an in-eating tray having a rail that slides through and locks in place to keep a child seated, raised on turned front legs and saber back legs united by a turned cross stretcher. The solid mahogany table that the chair sits upon is raised on legs that match the chair beautifully. The child’s chair and table are easy to take apart and put back together and are both held together by an original bolt.Great little piece with gorgeous

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Pair 19c Pastel & Gouache Portrait Paintings Of Man & Wife
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Antiques Of The Week| 5th July 2021 | Fine Art Special

Montague Dawson Signed Lithograph Of The Mayflower 1/300 Proof Blind Stamped After Original Watercolour Marine Painting MONTAGUE DAWSON b.1890-1973–Signed Coloured Lithograph Titled “The Gallant Mayflower”, bearing blind stamp lower left.1/300 produced in 1963 as a closed edition.–ABOUT THE MAYFLOWER.The Mayflower was an English ship that famously transported the first English Puritans, known today as the Pilgrims, from Plymouth, England to the New World in 1620.There were 102 passengers, and the crew is estimated to have been about 30, but the exact number is unknown.–This voyage has become an iconic story in some of the earliest annals of American history, with

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Maple & Co - Stunning Edwardian Marquetry Rosewood Library Writing Table Desk
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Antiques Of The Week | 16th June 2021

Maple & Co – Stunning Edwardian Marquetry Rosewood Library Writing Table Desk This is a stunning quality original signed/stamped ‘Maple & Co’ Edwardian Rosewood Marquetry Library Desk which is embellished in beautiful and elegant Satinwood Marquetry Inlay, together with 7 working drawers, 2 stationary compartments, and the original gilt embossed tooled leather writing skiver. Raised upon 8 slender & tapering square inlaid legs, and terminating in 8 elegant solid brass casters (note: 1 caster wheel is missing). The piece is in an overall exceptional original condition throughout, showing very little signs of use. Note: The only minute cosmetic imperfection is

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4200 Antiques For Sale

Antiques To Buy has been live since March 2021. In less than 4 months we now have over 50 active sellers using our platform and over 4000 antiques for sale. Antiques To Buy has been a great success to buy and sell antiques in the UK. Every seller on our platform sells to the UK and all listings are in British pound sterling. We have an increase in our web traffic every single month and keeps growing stronger. We advertise all our members antiques for sale by news letters, facebook and instagram. Not to mention too that you can find

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Why do people collect antiques?

Antique objects fall into the category of art and many collectors of art do so because they identify with the work, the artist and probably more importantly, the look of the piece. Some people also collect as an investment for the future whilst for others, it’s the challenge of finding something special to their eyes that really appeals to them.  The beauty of collecting antique objects is the incredible variety we have to choose from. We see things that make us go ”Wow! That’s beautiful!” and we want to own it. We appreciate the workmanship that has gone into the

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Antiques Of The Week | 20th May 2021 | Jewellery Special

Our latest Antiques of the week is our jewellery special. Below is our randomly selected 5 antique jewellery items for sale. Antiques To Buy has a huge range of antique jewellery including rings, bracelets, necklaces, watches and pendants. Our Jewellery for sale online is growing every month. To view our full list for sale click here.  Silver, Enamel & Marcasite Butterfly Brooch Striking Silver, Enamel and Marcasite butterfly brooch for sale dating from around the 1930’s-50’s. This enamel brooch has such a lovely combination of colours and is even more unusual with the added marcasite stones. It has a good

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