What goes around comes around

Given the vagaries of fashion, one is likely to find proud property owners either chucking out Grandma’s antiques or scouring the salerooms for furniture to replace that thrown away out by an earlier generation.

6th October, 2007

Given the vagaries of fashion, one is likely to find proud property owners either chucking out Grandma’s antiques or scouring the salerooms for furniture to replace that thrown away out by an earlier generation.

The moral is: hang onto your pieces, as their turn will come round again.

There will always be a demand for superb cabinetmaking, prized for its aesthetic appeal and its worth as a blue chip investment. Moving downwards in...

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