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ATG Media is a company with a long and proud record of anticipating the needs of the industry it serves. When it was launched in 1971, the Antiques Trade Gazette transformed the sector, bringing auctioneers and auction buyers together more efficiently than ever before.
Here are seven reasons to visit the Selling Antiques website as presented by ATG Media: 1. Sellingantiques.co.uk is the UK’s largest antiques website which gives you a huge variety of options to choose from. 2. You can enter your price range so that you’ll only see antiques on budget – all other antiques are hidden from view. 3. Each antique is assigned to one of 350 categories (yes, by a human being), which makes the website neat, tidy and well organised into relevant sections. 4. You contact the antique dealer directly by telephone or email to ask questions and make the purchase. 5. A keyword search tool that actually works! 6. All antiques for sale are presented with large clear photos alongside the buying price, so you can see exactly what you’re buying clearly and simply. 7. Rather than searching through 100’s of dealers websites, the UK’s antiques dealers upload their stock to this one central website, which saves you hours or trawling time!
ATG Media offers a wide range of services to the auction community, from the highly respected Antiques Trade Gazette newspaper, to a wide range of online services, including world-leading online bidding platforms at the-saleroom.com and i-bidder.com.
A new website, Rue Du Chateau Interiors has just launched offering a wonderful array of decorative and stylish objects dating from 1900-1970, which are all French.
Items on offer include a vast range of furniture such as: A Patisserie worktable with carrara marble top, (pictured here), priced at Â£640. An Art Deco Chest of Drawers with chrome ball handles is priced at Â£830. A set of four iconic 1st production Tolix chairs, dating from 1927, has a price of Â£950. Also a 1960s Designer’s Paris bar table and chairs is priced at Â£1,100.
The founder Dominique Chabernaud, used to live in a ChÃ¢teau in the Loire Valley, whose owner was an inspirational antiques dealer in Paris. Now, he and his family have moved from France to the market town of Arundel in West Sussex, and live close to the town’s castle, hence the name of his online boutique.
For more than 100 years Grange has produced beautiful period style French furniture and promises a unique, exclusive collection of cabinetry know-how and continual innovation for 2011.
Perfect for the spring months, Grange adds a splash of pink to its family furniture – hidden pops of colour lie within beautiful vintage style furniture, and electrifying fabrics adorn sumptuous armchairs, chaise longues, and stools.
The Vintage Scriban Chest in our picture, is just one example of the thirty-plus finishes Grange offers for its furniture.
Wood Empire has launched the new Goliath range of solid oak furniture.
The furniture has a chunky simplistic look which suits both contemporary and traditional interiors:
The Goliath Double Basket Console Table in our picture;
Famous for their work ranging from the Soho House hotels to Windsor Castle, the bespoke furniture makers Bevan & Hely-Hutchinson have changed their name to Rupert Bevan Ltd.
As part of the move, they have also launched a new website.
This showcases their extraordinary design and craft skills, with inspiring images of their furniture and decorative finishes commissioned by architects, interior designers and private clients all over the world.
Antique Furniture Designs Limited is an English manufacturer of antique style furniture with distressed antique finishes.
Incorporated from A W Murfin & Sons in 2002, the business has been involved with the antiques trade for more than 30 years.
Â In its early years the company restored original antique furniture, before moving into manufacturing fine furniture, using designs of original antique dining tables, desks and other traditional furniture that the business had overtime restored to its former glory.
Podesta specialists in handmade furniture, design and custom-make for every room of the home including kitchens, bedrooms, libraries, studies and home cinemas.
Freestanding furniture commissions are also undertaken so that Podesta can provide perfect home solutions for the discerning customer.
It was while working as a freelance furniture designer for companies such as Habitat, Tom Dixon, Smallbone and Mark Wilkinson that Matt Podesta realised his true potential.
Customers and dealers can now buy online from the Gloucester Antiques Centre and purchases will be shipped to customers directly.
The launch is a significant step forward for the company, the dealers and the customers.
The ability to transact online is something now taken for granted in many areas of business. The new website brings the Gloucester Antiques Centre bang up to date and enables customers from all over the UK and worldwide to purchase directly.
Whether youâ€™re interested in just one white piece, or an entire bedroom collection, this trend is definitely one that will get you thinking about design in a whole new â€œlight.â€
Sheerhome is ahead of the game offering a brand new range of white furniture that can breathe new life and give a strong contemporary look to interiors.
Made from quality pine the Shanghai White range gives the right look, offering a back-drop for fresh florals and colours through accessorising.
the-saleroom.com, the UKâ€™s leading live online bidding site, recorded a 120 per cent year-on-year increase in bidder numbers in 2009, revealing growing buyer confidence in purchasing art and antiques online.
In a year when recession and credit issues dominated the headlines, the-saleroom.com bucked the trend with revenues generated by the site increasing by 55 per cent year-on-year.
With a growing International presence, the-saleroom.com appears to have a winning formula.