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#Antiques

# antiques - Thursday 20 November, 2014

The Upgrade: Doing up your home on a shoestring with 'upcycling'

TheJournal.ie spoke to an upcycling expert to pick up some tips on on how to reuse items around the home.

# antiques - Friday 3 October, 2014

From The Daily Edge Waterballoon advert perfectly disses the water charges Antiques

# antiques - Friday 20 June, 2014

Antiques dealer charged for selling Mein Kampf

The book by Adolf Hitler is banned in the Netherlands for promoting hatred and discrimination.

# antiques - Wednesday 16 April, 2014

From The Daily Edge This sign for a Clonakilty second-hand shop is brilliantly honest Auld Shite

This sign for a Clonakilty second-hand shop is brilliantly honest

Paul of Paul’s Second-Hand Furniture and Auld Shite knows what’s up.

# antiques - Thursday 6 June, 2013

Celtic Tiger furniture goes under the hammer at a "fraction" of boom time prices

Upmarket antiques shop that sold fireplaces to people including property tycoon Sean Dunne is having a clear out this weekend.

# antiques - Thursday 22 November, 2012

Turkey wants talks with France on 'stolen' antiques on display at Louvre

The Turkish culture minister says that Ottoman-era tiled being displayed in the Paris museum were taken illegally from the Piyale Pasha mosque in Istanbul.

# antiques - Sunday 22 January, 2012

What does the discerning gentleman collect? Suits You Sir This post contains images

What does the discerning gentleman collect?

Glass eyes, 45-million-year-old fossils and Winston Churchill’s half-smoked cigar among the items sold at annual curios auction.

# antiques - Tuesday 26 July, 2011

From The Daily Edge Cha-ching! Rhino cups break Antique Roadshow's 16-year record Antiques Roadshow

Cha-ching! Rhino cups break Antique Roadshow's 16-year record

Man who bought the Chinese cups in 1970 was stunned to learn how valuable they are considered today…