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Most antiques and works of art may be exported from the UK without a specific export licence. A licence is only necessary for items of possible national...
How to Care for Antiques — Furniture
A patina on the surface, built up over many years and even with old marks and damage, is part of the character and value of a piece of furniture and should be...
How to Care for Antiques – Ceramics
‘Ceramic’, from the Greek keramos meaning clay, is the generic term for all items made from clay and fired in a kiln. Depending on the type of clay, which...
How to Care for Antiques – Glass
GENERAL CONDITIONS Glass should be stored in dry, ventilated conditions as damp can cause white cloudy stains. A glass wrapped in damp newspaper can be...
How to Care for Antiques – Pictures
HANGING Pictures should be hung securely using nylon cord for preference. There are various strengths of cord so check with your dealer for the most suitable....
How to Care for Antiques – Jewellery
All jewellery should be handled with care as precious and semi-precious stones are easily chipped and diamonds can scratch other stones and metals. Always...
How to Care for Antiques – Clocks, Watches and Barometers
Clocks, watches and barometers are delicate instruments and should be treated accordingly. They can be harmed if subjected to direct sunlight, extremes of...
How to Care for Antiques – Silver and Plated Ware
Contrary to popular belief, silver does not need constant cleaning and in fact should not be cleaned more than absolutely necessary. The need to clean can be...
How to Care for Antiques – Sculpture and Statuary
Deciding where to place pieces is an important first step when thinking about conservation. Find a sheltered position but avoid places where water might drip,...
How to Care for Antiques – Rugs, Carpets and Tapestries
Most antique rugs and carpets can be used normally if they are placed where they will not get heavy wear and are kept free of dust and dirt. Always use an...
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