Vested interests: putting a contemporary twist on antiques

Navigating the world of antiques can be a daunting business which is where Victoria and Emily Ceraudo of interiors website Ceraudo come in. As the duo launch their latest interiors collection on their platform, Victoria talks savvy shopping and personal style

8th November, 2020
Emily Ceraudo, left, and sister Victoria, founders of Ceraudo which offers a mix of antique and contemporary furniture

While everyone can appreciate antiques, not everyone appreciates the process of buying them, Victoria Ceraudo is explaining. “It can be such a nightmare working out how to get the item home, bartering with the person selling it, ensuring they’re trustworthy and that you’re paying the right price. It can be a really murky world and I think people avoid it because they’re a bit intimidated,” she says.


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