With such a vast collection of beautiful antiques, it’s no surprise that magazines and media love to use our warehouse as a location for high end fashion photo shoots and films. See some of the recent features that have been shot at our showrooms.
Stepping into a Jack Spade store, you might wonder who the fabulous, well-traveled gent was who lived there. The clothing store pulls off a deft, eclectic, lived-in look: classic midcentury armchairs, salvaged-wood tables, a quirky collection of salt figurines amid the clothing. Read the full story here.
Learn how to restore an antique chair from one of the industry masters, Christopher Anigacz. With a bit of hard work, lots of patience and the right tools you could turn a junker into a pre-loved masterpiece.
Whether you’re hunting for an heirloom or looking for a bargain, try one of these treasure troves
The worlds of interiors and fashion come together to revel in the extravagant materials and intricate ornamentation of baroque. These stunning images show off some of our prized collection of antiques, and epitomize the luxury and elegance that can be created with period pieces of furniture and decor.
WHEN the ballroom at Claridge’s hotel, one of London’s oldest Art Deco buildings, was in need of refurbishment not long ago, the powers that be called on Guy Oliver. Mr. Oliver, 42, is the managing director of the interior design firm Oliver Laws and an authority on the period. He did the interiors of Bryanston...
Anyone looking to change up their interior décor these days would do well to look back before going forward. Paging through a recent issue of Interior Design magazine, other than the high-tech stuff and brushed chrome kitchens, there are some photos and ads that look like those from an issue of fifty or sixty...
In his scholarly (and lengthy) video “Authenticating Antique Furniture,” John Bivins presents us with the concept that studying older furniture and verifying its antiquity is, in essence, “above-ground archaeology.” He then borrows some extremely useful terminology from that field and provides us with the...
There are few things us Brits love more than sniffing out a bargain. But what if you could combine this love of treasure hunting with our other national passion – the weekend away?
Sooner or later, most of us who hang out with antiques get the urge to do a little repair—nothing major—just a little fix here or a touch up there. It seems so terribly easy; why pay someone to have it done? But one thing usually leads to another and, before we know it we are in […]