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Monthly Archives : April 2018

  • Ring the Bell for Tea!

    Apr 30 2018

    Tea is a commodity that has become an elaborate part of British history. The custom for taking tea became a national obsession in England by the 18th century. The origins of this libation in Britain are to be found in the foundations laid by the East India Company in Asia, which eventually led to the formation of the British Empire....

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  • What Is Considered Antique?

    Apr 24 2018

    In today’s culture, the trend of vintage and antique has taken the world by storm. However, this increase in popularity has lead to many replicas being made to look replicate the ‘antique’ or ‘vintage’ look. Some of the imitations are done to the highest quality; yet, these items are simply not authentic and cannot be considered an antique. In our...

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  • The History Of The Antique Drum Table

    Apr 20 2018

    The table is the second most common form of antique furniture there is; its adaptability, functional use and appearance have established it as a firm favourite amongst collectors, while its purpose has ensured it has lasted the test of time. From bedside tables for your night light to kitchen tables where you share meals with friends and family and entrance...

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  • Kensington Palace its Antiques and the Fascination it Holds

    Apr 11 2018

    London was the central hub for royalty throughout history and it continues to be today. It is a fantastic place to learn and see into the different lifestyles that were lead through various periods of time. Patrick Sandberg Antiques is situated nearby to one of the best examples of a royal stately home that is also open for public viewing....

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