Monthly Archives: February 2022

HG Beasley’s collectors’ odyssey since he was 13

Harry Geoffrey Beasley (1881-1939), heir to the North Kent Brewery in Plumstead, took an early interest in ethnography. A collecting obsession that began at the age of 13 with the acquisition of two clubs from the Solomon Islands has grown over a lifetime to number around 10,000 artifacts from around …

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Top 10 Smart Furniture Designs Worthy of IKEA

I truly believe that good furniture designs make or break a home! After all, furniture is an integral part of any home, it sets the tone and contributes to the essence of the home. You can express your tastes, preferences and personality through the furniture you choose for your living …

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Reviews | Marvel movies are the death of popular art

In 2021, every 10 of the year highest grossing movies were either sequels or adaptations of existing properties. Half of them were Marvel movies. The highest ranking obtained by an original film was the 27th place, for “House of Gucci” by Ridley Scott. Members of Hollywood’s old guard have drawn …

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Invest in a Hudson Bay blanket and wrap yourself up

If you think blankets are just things that fill your linen closet, read on. Blankets are also collectible, and neither are Canada’s famous Hudson’s Bay blankets. The history of these blankets dates back over 200 years, and a first can cost more than your entire bedroom. Nonetheless, they’re some of …

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Dictators often deploy the art of distraction when faced with issues important to citizens

When Hollywood hit “The Hunger Games” was first released in 2012, it drew extreme reactions from the Thai and Vietnamese governments. The Thai government asked theater owners not to release the film when it premiered, while the Vietnamese government banned it. Leaders in both countries feared the impact of portraying …

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Best Pokemon Gift Ideas – Games, Toys, Clothes, Accessories and More

Fun fact: Pokémon is the highest-grossing media franchise of all time. Bigger than Star Wars, Marvel and even Super Mario himself, the Pokémon franchise is by far the most successful series the world has ever seen and for good reason – have you seen how cute the little critters are? …

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When to paint antique wooden furniture – and when you absolutely shouldn’t

AT Beautiful house we all want to invest in furniture that will last for generations. And, especially with current supply chain delays, vintage and antique options are often the best way to get a piece. without wait a month for it to arrive. But once you have the item, what’s …

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Lieutenant Governor lays foundation stone for various state-of-the-art healthcare infrastructure projects in GMC, DH, CHC, and PHC across UT

Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha today laid the foundation stones for various state-of-the-art healthcare infrastructure projects in UT’s GMCs, DHs, CHCs and PHCs. In the presence of the Lieutenant Governor, a memorandum of understanding was signed between the Tata Memorial Hospital and the government. Medical College Jammu for technical expertise and …

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Entryway Furniture Ideas: 10 Ways to Use Trendy Furniture in an Entryway

Entryway furniture ideas will make your entryway a beautiful, comfortable and functional space, but it needs to be used. In addition to looking inviting, the entryway furniture ideas you’ve chosen should set the tone for the rest of your home – and should be considered with entryway ideas and porch …

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“I made an outfit out of £25 worth of clothes all from Lidl’s mid-aisle and walked away dressed in Harry Potter pajamas and old man’s slippers” – Finn Byrne

Lidl is the home of bargains and there’s a place in the store where you never know what you’re going to find. The middle aisle contains a random selection of products that you often don’t know you want until you see them. One of them is clothing. I headed to …

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Inflation pushes more people to look for food and clothes

GROVETOWN, Ga. (WJBF) – A few CSRA food and clothing cupboards report seeing more people who need a little extra help. This comes amid the ongoing pandemic and inflation driving up the cost of living. “Hey, how are you guys today?” It’s a drive-in for food that will undoubtedly get …

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Blending Art and Medicine at Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine Middletown | Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine

Leana Pande surrounded by her work in progress at TouroCOM Middletown. Leana Pande, OMS-I at Touro College of Medicine in Middletown is one of them, who chooses medicine over art as a career. But along the way, she paints and draws whenever she gets the chance and receives accolades for …

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IKEA Coffee Table Hacks for Beautiful, Budget-Friendly Furniture

Sleek IKEA coffee table hacks can really come in handy when you’ve blown the budget for the rest of the living room remodel (or that oversized TV for all those Netflix binges). As these IKEA designer hacks show, being savvy with the purse strings doesn’t mean you have to compromise …

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38 Presidents Day 2022 Best Sellers: Furniture, Mattresses, Bedding, Kitchen & Tech

With Valentine’s Day (and the Super Bowl!) behind us and spring upon us, it’s officially time for the 2022 Presidents Day Bestsellers to give us another reason to celebrate. To honor the last three-day weekend of winter, retailers are pulling out all the stops, with some offering sitewide discounts and …

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Adams County antique dealer helps solve decades-old museum thefts

Decades-Old Museum Burglaries Solved With Help From Adams County Antique Dealer Updated: 12:29 PM EST Feb 20, 2022 Hide transcript View Transcript >> WE WATCH THE OERTER RIE. THIS IS THE REVOLVER OF THE BENGAL ARMY. 1851 NAVY MOL COLT. CURATORS AT PHILADELPHIA’S BARBA:AR MUSEUM IN SUSQUEHANNA VALLEY CELEBRATE THE …

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Photographer Art Wolfe gets up close with a crocodile in Mexico

When the first pandemic hit in 2020, the photographer Art Wolf was working on a big wildlife book coming out in the fall of 2023. He had already rescheduled a few trips but decided to do one with a friend in the state of yucatan in southern Mexico to photograph …

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Movie or game? Uncharted is a Tom in Nate’s clothes

Although they may seem self-satisfying, in some industries rewards can be extremely informative. Gordon Ramsay’s restaurant was awarded the elusive three Michelin stars in 2001…McDonald’s was not. Not all cheeseburgers are created equal, while a quarter pound Mcdonald’s with cheese can be beef, cheese and topper on a bun, this …

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These are the Australian clothing brands to have on your radar

There’s something about Australian clothing brands that makes us feel instantly cool. Maybe they’re the idyllic visions of sun, sea, sand and permanent tan, or they embody a dreamy laid-back lifestyle that feels far removed from the daily grind. Anyway, over the last five years we have seen a great …

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Fine art on feather – The New Indian Express

By Express press service KOCHI: Most artists think that when it comes to art, the sky is the limit. Lagmi Menon really believes in it. For this young artist, the surface of the medium is never a limit when it comes to making art – whether it’s a dal seed, …

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Furniture supply chain issues? (Yes) An inflatable sofa could be the solution

In October I ordered a deep and delicious sectional canape. I pictured it perfectly sitting in my studio, welcoming me to get up after a long day at work and providing enough space for house guests to get a good night’s sleep. In December I received an email saying there …

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Blog: How Much Money Do You Make?

Most conversational taboos have fallen by the wayside in modern society, but there remains one subject that is never discussed at cocktail parties, or anywhere else, for that matter: how much money you make. It is never voluntary and never requested, but it is an inexhaustible source of curiosity and …

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BBC: Antiques Road Trip takes you into the Gloucestershire countryside

Antiques Road Trip came to Gloucestershire in today’s episode, with Phil Serral cruising the county’s famous canals. Phil and co-presenter Tim Medhurst have traveled in and out of the Cotswolds, visiting Stow-on-the-Wold, Winchcombe and Cirencester among other places in search of timeless antiques. The presenters didn’t have much luck in …

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Tokyo Ghoul creator shares fan art of Olympic skater Yuzuru Hanyu

World champion figure skater Yuzuru Hanyu has become the first person to attempt a quad axel in competition at this year’s Winter Olympics. Although the Japanese athlete failed to complete the difficult jump, his ambition and determination received a lot of praise from fans, including Tokyo Ghoul’s mangaka, Sui Ishida. …

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Scanteak CEO Explains Why Her Teak Furniture Is Worth Her Price & Her Belief To Work With Local Talent – Mothership.SG

The furniture industry has become an increasingly competitive industry. Apart from physical neighborhood stores and Swedish furniture giant IKEA, Singaporeans are also spoiled for choice with e-commerce sites options. Now you can ship furniture directly from countries of origin like China to create your ideal Scandinavian or Japanese tea room …

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Antiques Roadshow guest stunned by Rolling Stones memorabilia assessment: ‘Amazing’ | Television & Radio | Showbiz and television

In a classic episode of Antiques Roadshow, BBC host Fiona Bruce took viewers to the Royal Agricultural University in Cirencester. Among the thousands of people who attended the show and were eager for their belongings to be appraised, one guest left pundit Marc Allum blown away by his memories of …

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A Flock of Canada Geese: A Look at Classiness in Winter Clothing

When temperatures drop, students pull out their winter coats, often unaware of the importance of their brand. by Hannah Shariff | 48 minutes ago This article is featured in the special Winter Carnival 2022 issue. In Dartmouth, winter means preparation. Freezing temperatures and the infamous ‘snowless day’ policy can make …

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The black furniture designers and ceramists you should know about now

At this year’s Design Miami, one exhibit in particular took center stage, that of multi-hyphenated designer Samuel Ross. Represented by Superior Gallery Friedman Benda, he showed three distinct, but thematically overlapping series that represented three centuries of the black experience. It was a remarkable achievement for any designer (especially one …

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Designs of the Heart for Valentine’s Day: Yenke Peddler Antiques

CLEVELAND, Ohio — This weekend offers several extra days to celebrate Valentine’s Day! Observed on February 14 since 496, this holiday honors a Roman high priest who served all with love and devotion. I wish you all a heart-filled day! In the early 1900s, postcards were a great way to …

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The Petworth Park Antiques and Fine Art Fair is back

The Petworth Park Antiques and Fine Arts Fair is set to return to Petworth House this year. SUS-221002-140925001 From Friday May 13 to Sunday May 15, the Petworth Park Antiques and Fine Arts Fair will return to the grounds of Petworth House. Some 60 exhibitors will join us from across …

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Natalie Elliott of Impact on the Art of Events and Their Value in the Partnership Economy | The digital voice | Open mic

Natalie Elliott joined impact.com as Event Marketing Manager in January, with a focus on engaging prospects and customers through paid and owned event channels. She speaks to The Digital Voice about the value events can add to the partnership economy conversation and the prospects for a mainstream return to in-person …

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Antiques Roadshow expert ‘amazed’ by brooch with royal connection | Television & Radio | Showbiz and television

In a classic episode of the BBC favourite, jewelery specialist Geoffrey Munn exclaimed he ‘can’t believe’ what he saw when he explained the value of the special brooch, which was brought by a guest who had given it as a gift to her husband. . The Antiques Roadshow moment saw …

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Antiques Roadshow guest stunned as expert reveals hidden message in brooch donated by hubby

A GUEST on Antiques Roadshow was stunned when an expert revealed a hidden message in a brooch given to her by her husband. Jewelery specialist Geoffrey Munn was also shocked to discover the stunning piece had an odd connection to royalty. 3 The guest was stunned to discover the value …

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Padma Shri at 92, she has devoted her life to food and clothing

PRabhaben Shah of Daman was 12 when Mahatma Gandhi launched the Quit India movement in 1942 during a session of Congress in Bombay (now Mumbai). Associated with the Swaraj Ashram in Bardoli from an early age, Prabhaben took a vow to contribute to the freedom struggle and slept on a …

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14 Valentine’s Day nail art ideas to try or bring to your next nail appointment

Nail it this Valentine’s Day with nail art you’ll love. 9 February 2022, 00:00 • 11 minute read Share on FacebookShare on TwitterEmail this article Discover our GMA Valentine’s Day Guide with DIY ideas, gift choices for your Valentine or Galentine, romantic dinner recipes and more. Whether you’re looking to …

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Global Surgical Personnel Clothing Market Assessment 2022-2027 Size, Share and Top Key Industry Players – The Grundy Register

The Global Surgical Staff Apparel Market report by Insights Report Consultant is a thoroughly scrutinized gathering of market improvement and development factors that advance the development path with respect to item information, the methodologies and overall industry portion of the major organizations in that specific market. We follow an iterative …

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Antiques Roadshow in Hampshire: Portchester Castle in Fareham at the center of the BBC show

A famous Hampshire landmark will take center stage in this weekend’s edition of the popular TV series Antiques Roadshow. Portchester Castle, located in Fareham, will be the setting for the next episode of the BBC One show which airs on Sunday February 13. Filming at Fareham took place in the …

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The Rise and Fall of California Pottery

While California is rightly famous for many things, there are a few areas where its heyday has come and gone. One of them is making art pottery. At one time, there were literally hundreds of manufacturers, many of which were clustered in and around Los Angeles. Today, there are barely …

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Leadership Profile: Aminy Audi, CEO, Stickley Furniture

MANILUS, NY – The story of Aminy Audi, president and CEO of the famed L.&J.G. Stickley Furniture Co., is definitely worth telling. Audi bought Stickley, 25 struggling employees, with her late husband Alfred in 1974. At the time, Stickley had annual sales that barely exceeded $200,000 and was rapidly losing …

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Altoona Professor Showcases 3D Art in Exhibit | News, Sports, Jobs

One of Gram’s necklaces with replica pendants and photos of some 365 gram selfies. After Rebecca Strzelec inherited her grandmother’s costume jewelry, she broached the idea of ​​creating a touching tribute to sentimental treasures through her professional specialty – 3D wearable art. Penn State Altoona visual arts professor, whose work …

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Gazelle furniture springs from mid-century modern – AgriNews

Artist Dan Johnson (1918-1979) designed furniture for many companies with a mid-century modern look. He worked in Rome and California and designed a number of modern furniture lines, particularly chairs and tables, for Danish and American companies. Johnson often used thin, weathered metal, iron, or aluminum for the arms, legs, …

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The unexpected joys of clothing

Guy Combes Rebecca Wadey thinks it’s not about the clothes themselves. It’s about the memories we make with him, the stories we choose to tell through him. Ensemble’s Director of Partnerships, Rebecca Wadey, has over 20 years of fashion and beauty experience, having worked with companies such as Kate Sylvester, …

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How to Use Samsung’s Frame TV for NFTs and Digital Art

Samsung’s Frame TV is not new. In fact, there have been several revised models over the years. And yet, in 2021, the TV for aesthetic purposes has acquired an obvious use: displaying non-fungible tokens. NFTs have become very common in 2021 with companies like Adidas, McDonald’s, Budweiser and others joining …

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Mack backs Bengals in latest Gallery sports promotion

HOUSTON — If the Cincinnati Bengals win the Super Bowl on Feb. 13, Gallery Furniture customers could win big, too. The Houston-based Top 100 retailer’s latest sports promotion hinges on a Bengals win over the Los Angeles Rams. If they win, consumers who purchased a Tempur-Pedic, Stearns & Foster or …

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Backdrop and the art of collaboration Curveball

In a market oversaturated with capsule collections, special editions, and surprise drops, it takes a lot for a jaded publisher to do a double take when releasing a new product. But that’s precisely what happened last year when paint brand D2C Backdrop announced the release of a collaboration with, of …

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Furniture group vigorously opposes new ‘unenforceable’ tipping rule

WASHINGTON DC- The American Home Furnishings Alliance has responded to a standard for clothing storage furniture that was published today, February 3, in the Federal Register. The proposed mandatory safety standard will now be subject to a 75-day comment period on the 1,100-page document, bringing it closer to adoption by …

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Kitchen antiques at home? They could be worth bread!

It was 105 years ago this week when your morning toast might have missed. With the American wheat we relied on being disrupted during World War I, this staple was in danger of running out. Rationing was therefore introduced on February 1, 1917. I love my bread and I know …

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Shop the Kaavia James Union-Wade Janie and Jack Clothing Line Now

Our team is dedicated to finding and telling you more about the products and deals we love. If you also like them and decide to purchase through the links below, we may receive a commission. Pricing and availability are subject to change. Proving that black excellence is possible at any …

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Outdoor Sports and the Art of Mentoring – Kiowa County Signal

By Steve Gilland Nature and nature columnist Ah, the exuberance of youth! A few years ago I trapped coyotes for a few weeks before deer gun season in early December with the poorest results since I was a novice trapper. Meanwhile, a young boy I mentored the year before kept …

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Shropshire retail furniture maker celebrates 20 years of success

A specialist manufacturer based in Shropshire is celebrating an exciting milestone in 2022 – its 20th year in business! Luke Elmer (production manager); Andy Hall (Procurement Manager); Steve Gough (Director of Project Management); Stuart Pendry (Production Manager) Front: Neil Enefer (General Manager); Mark Upton (production manager); Louise Cadd (financial director) …

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10 of the best places to find them

Are you looking for that specific vintage armchair that fits perfectly in your living room or just want a relaxing time to see what antiques you can find? Well, you’re in luck… At Secret London we love a good market, and we’re lucky to have so many in our capital. …

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