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Hands up who knows what Horology is?
Posted August 30th, 2018 by Grant Nicholas IACF and filed under IACF News & Other Interesting Stuff
Hands up who knows what Horology is? No, it’s got nothing to do with horoscopes or any other arcane way of predicting the future; though the Greek origin for both words has the same root – Horo – meaning hour.
So, it’s got something to do with time, and the measurement thereof, that much is clear. To find out more, Grant Nicholas caught up with Brian Noble and Zanna Perry from the British Horological Institute (BHI), ahead of their visit to our Alexandra Palace Antiques Fair on Sunday 2nd September.
ATTERS ANTIQUES: We Are Forever Open...
Posted June 28th, 2018 by Atters Attree and filed under Dealer Corner
Once again Atters finds some interesting antiques at iacf Antiques Fairs and gives some advice to younger would-be antiques dealers/collectors on possible ways to acquire some interesting collections...
Dealer Profile: Ronald & Elaine Clewes – Lane End Antiques
Posted June 22nd, 2018 by Grant Nicholas IACF and filed under Dealer Corner
Ronald and Elaine Clewes are regular stallholders at the Bingley Hall Antiques Fair held at the Staffordshire Showground. Bingley Hall has recently been taken over by iacf, and Grant Nicholas spoke to Ronald about their specialist area: Moorcroft Pottery.
Bingley Hall Antiques Fair June 2018
Posted June 20th, 2018 by Grant Nicholas IACF and filed under IACF News & Other Interesting Stuff
Great quality stock, excellent facilities, happy stallholders - it was a smooth start to the new Bingley Hall Antiques & Collectors Fair for iacf.
BBC Radio 4 attend Newark International Antiques & Collectors Fair
Posted June 5th, 2018 by Grant Nicholas IACF and filed under IACF News & Other Interesting Stuff
BBC Radio 4 spend the day talking to dealers and collectors at the world-renowned Newark Antiques Fair.
A DIY Guide to Antique Restoration
Posted April 25th, 2018 and filed under IACF News & Other Interesting Stuff
There are few things more satisfying than breathing new life into a piece of antique furniture that you might have found at an Antiques Fair - and the good news is you can do it yourself at home. Westland London give us their top tips for Antique Restoration.
Newbury’s One-Day Monday Antiques & Collectors Fair starts with Sunshine & Success.
Posted March 27th, 2018 by Grant Nicholas IACF and filed under IACF News & Other Interesting Stuff
The first One-Day Monday Newbury Showground Antiques & Collectors Fair has proved to be extremely popular with both the trade and public, with many stallholders enjoying themselves enormously and reporting brisk business.
Posted March 22nd, 2018 by Atters Attree and filed under Dealer Corner
Truncheons! Satirist and Antique Collector Michael ‘Atters’ Attree casts his wry eye over the world of Antiques Fairs - collecting and dealing, giving us an insight into his singularly unconventional, whimsical and occasionally naughty view of the subject.
Please note that all views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author, and not necessarily those of the organisation and its management.
The Beauty of Antique Perfume Bottles
Posted February 16th, 2018 by Grant Nicholas IACF and filed under Dealer Corner
Vivienne King is a regular exhibitor at the Shepton Mallet Antiques and Collectors Fair held at the Bath & West Showground. Based in Somerset, she specialises in antique perfume bottles and is on the Committee of the UK Chapter of the IPBA (International Perfume Bottle Association). Grant Nicholas speaks to her about her specialist subject.
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