Issue 18 - Oct/Nov 2014

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Issue 18 - Oct/Nov 2014

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  • Darkling Days - Hauntingly beautiful vintage treasures that will bewitch you! 
  • Auction News - News of forthcoming specialist vintage sales from three top auction houses 
  • BibaMania - Now’s your chance to get your hands on a piece of fashion history at Kerry Taylor’s early October auction
  • Fashion for Feathers - Sophisticated, feminine, luxurious – feathers are a symbol of elegance but also of lost innocence and dark romanticism. By Karyn Sparks
  • Here We Go A-Ghent! - DesignMarkt in Belgium returns for its second outing of 2014, and is a haven for lovers of classic European design. By Woo Gilchrist
  • Classic & Klassiker - Vintagexploring can take us far afield – and we’re delighted to have discovered Germany’s biggest design fair in time for its annual shindig
  • If These Walls Could Talk... Photographer Tarquin Blake’s forays into derelict Irish mansions combine an Indiana Jones sense of adventure with an Alice in Wonderland sensibility 
  • Automatic for the People - From the Atomic Age’s Robby the Robot to 18th-century elegance, vintage automata encompass the magical, mysterious – and the utterly charming 
  • Fairground Attraction - Childhood was one never-ending fairground ride for Drew Pritchard of TV’s Salvage Hunters 
  • Pinball Wizard - Jez Speed turns a broken old Bally pinball machine into a highly stylish lounge table
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