Issue 19 - Dec/Jan 2015

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Issue 19 - Dec/Jan 2015

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  • Winter Wonders - What goodies have been passing through Louise Ludlum’s hands at Fellows lately? 
  • Auction News - Specialist vintage sales from top-notch auction houses 
  • A Knitting Tribute - The amazing knitwear collection of renowned vintage clothing dealers Mark and Cleo Butterfield 
  • Vintage Fashion Complete - We review the new vintage book from Thames & Hudson 
  • A Chip off the Old Bloc - An apartment in East Berlin that’s become a time capsule 
  • Design without Borders - Once a year Berlin plays host to Design Börse, which brings together dealers from across Europe. By Karyn Sparks 
  • A’Dam Fine Time - Design Icons returns to Amsterdam in February – and so will Vintagexplorer. By Woo Gilchrist 
  • Lights, Camera, Curry! - Quest TV’s Drew Pritchard takes us behind the scenes of hit series Salvage Hunters 
  • Collecting Dutch Design - For Joop Schot, a collecting bug that began with a few old magazines has turned into a lifelong passion 
  • Mantiques Gift Guide - Stuck for ideas on what to buy the men in your life? Then look no further than our Gift Guide 
  • Toy Time - TV presenter and expert David Harper looks at the true value of toy collecting... whatever your age! 
  • What a Blinder! - Paul Stewart discovers how costume designer Lorna Marie Mugan achieved that 1920s look for Peaky Blinders 
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