Sit back and enjoy the cool autumn afternoons with a copy of Antiques and Collectables for Pleasure & Profit by your side. You can start out by reading about the magic of Wedgwood Fairyland, illustrated with some of the most stunning pieces you’re likely to see.
And if that’s a bit airy fairy for you, turn to the pages on miniature furniture – we guarantee you’ll be amazed at some of the items we’ve managed to include in this feature.
We’ve also got a story on glorious D’Argental glass, we visit the Somme as more anniversaries clock up and we take a look at the fine art of conchology.
We tell you what’s hot and what’s not, keep you entertained with mermaid legends, give away the secrets to buying in Bruges and take a look at the evolution of one of the world’s favourite pastimes – drinking tea.
In an editorial coup, author Kevin Power presents the first published look at the Disabled Soldiers Pottery – and it’s about a lot more than pottery. There’s also a piece on the fashion genius of Balenciaga, and we explore the romantic hidden meanings behind Dearest and Regard jewellery.
There’s a report on our trip around the antique centres of Brisbane, and we highlight the rustic beauty of stoneware – poor cousin or prince charming? You be the decider. We’ve also got a brand new section on Services and Trades to help you with your restoration needs, and we take a look at the iconic designs of Sam Maloof.
Plus there's even more... Including a four-month calendar of antique fairs and events, Bargain Hunter, Snippets, Movers and Shakers and four pages of readers' letters in What's it Worth. It's a great magazine and it's packed with literally hundreds and hundreds of items to buy.
If you can't find a copy at your local outlet, email us - email@example.com - and we'll tell you where you can buy it!
If you'd like to 'try before you buy', click on this link to see some pages from our Spring 2015 issue. We're sure you'll love it!
Don't forget - the Summer 2015/16 issue of Antiques and Collectables for Pleasure & Profit is on sale in newsagents across Australia now!
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