A warm welcome to our new subscribers and as always, thank you all for taking the time to read our fortnightly newsletter.
Huge thanks as always for your support in these trying times! Covid is
on the rise here in the UK with more restrictions being applied up and
down the country. Halloween & Bonfire fast approaching so
please take care & stay safe. xxx
Mark has been very busy buying up collections, we have listed a few goodies online for you to see and snap up if so desired!
With no exhibitions and unable to see or inspect and handle our pieces
we understand your frustrations. More and more of us having to come to
terms with purchasing goods online. Please feel free to call or email
any further questions you may have regarding any of our items, we are
only too happy to hear from you.
For your peace of mind! All our items
come with authentication certificate with image, as well as our latest
catalogue, care instructions and separate invoice for insurance
purposes. On top of this, our items come with a 14-day no-quibble
money-back guarantee and are all fully insured for when shipping.
LAYAWAY PAYMENT OPTION
Many have now taken advantage of our LAYAWAY payment process; making
what would normally be outreach purchases more affordable. For more
details, please contact us here email@example.com
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originated with the Celtic Festival of Samhain when people would light
bonfires and wear costumes to ward off ghosts. The Celts celebrated
their New Year on November 1st and they believed that on the evening of
October 31st the boundary between worlds of the living and the dead
became blurred and the ghosts of the dead would try to return to the
world of the living.
Later in the 8th century, Pope Gregory III made November 1st a time to
honour all saints, which incorporated some of the Samhain traditions.
The evening of the 31st became known as All Hallows Eve, which evolved
over time to Halloween.
Around the 1800s there was a move to turn Halloween into a holiday more
about community and fun and make it an event for both children and
No more fairs.
As the uncertainty surrounding Covid 19
continues and the new rules the UK government have put in place there
will sadly be no more antique fairs this year and we predict not until
June. But fear not!
We will still have lots of wonderful new items being added to the website so don't forget to check in regularly.
are listening to your feedback and appreciate some items are a little
out of reach, so we are now accepting layaway payment methods.
Contact us for more details about the item you'd like to purchase. firstname.lastname@example.org +44 (0) 1604 863979
Coromandel Writing Box
Silver Plate Leather Hip Flask
Pair of Urns
Lalique Spirit of Ecstacy
Dragon Table Lighter
Papier Mache Box
Sterling Silver Tea Caddy
Rosewood Jewellery Box
Papier Mache Urns
Art Deco Claret Jug
Looking for something specific? Don't forget to use the search bar on our homepage!
Mark helping with another project was asked by Ronati for an online
video produced by them for them and us to use where ever we want. Mark's
first to say he has a face for Radio and hates cameras, so if you want
to cringe with Mark please take a peek.
This video comes with an isolation hairstyle warning! ..
A warning about fakes!
More and more of us are shopping online during these times, which has
unfortunately seen a surge in rogues out there keen to prise you of your
hard-earned money. Please be careful when buying antiques online, fakers have been extremely busy and making lots of money!
So many flaws hidden by clever photography, added inlays, period caddies re-veneered and turned into what appear to be rare unusual designs - these unscrupulous fraudsters giving us dealers a bad name!
So please, do your homework thoroughly on the person/dealer and the item you are looking to buy.
I am happy to give my opinion and will not charge you for my time
especially if you're a customer of ours. I do this for many of my
collectors, after all, I am as keen as you to help build the best
collection money can buy.
WE ARE OPEN AGAIN!
Following government guidelines our showroom is
now open, this is as always by appointment only. All government
guidelines have been taken to make sure your visit is safe. However, our
online services are still the best way of purchasing.
Certain postal restrictions in place due to the coronavirus. Prior
to purchasing, if you are uncertain of any postal restrictions where
you live please get in contact and we will look into it for you.
brochure can be viewed by clicking on the image below. A complimentary
copy will be sent with all purchases. Please contact us if anything is
Website & Online Payments
now only accept payments for items online! So if you see something you
like please go ahead and purchase the item before it gets snapped up!!
This can be done by clicking on the "Add to Cart" button on the item you would like to purchase.
Then click on the shopping cart icon at the
top of the page and click on "proceed to checkout" button on the
can also be made by bank transfer, paypal, or we can invoice you
through our website give us a call on +44 (0) 1604 863979 if you have
any other questions relating to payment. Please bear in mind that the
facility to deliver an item to an address other than that of the
registered card-holder is only available for existing customers.
SEARCH & SOURCE SERVICE
Send us an email with as much information as possible and we'll get
straight on the case for you. We may even have that coveted piece in our
'special reserve'! Click the link to get in touch:email@example.com
And finally.... thank you for taking the time to read our newsletter.
Please forward it on to friends & colleagues who may be interested.