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In this month's Antique Collecting magazine:
Funky Gibbons: On the 300th anniversary of the death of the famous woodcarver Grinling Gibbons, his life and work is celebrated in a year of events.
Waves of Change: An exhibition on the naïve Cornish artist Alfred Wallis examines the retiring genius’s effect on modern British art.
All the Raj: Indian-inspired, Tutti Frutti jewellery by Cartier is one of the French house’s signature pieces. Mark Littler reports on the style.
Dialled Up: Four of the most sought-after watches of all time – the Patek Philippe ref. 2499 – go under the hammer next month. What makes them so special?
The Only Way Is Essex: Victorian reversed intaglio jewellery – aka “Essex crystal” – is as quirky as it is collectable, writes Liz Bailey.
Plastic Fantastic: With maximalism all the rage vibrant furniture from the ‘80s Memphis group is back in vogue as a new exhibition reveals.
Highland Fling: The decision to declutter the attics of Dunrobin Castle has brought all sorts of treasures to light. Mary Miers reports on an upcoming sale.
Regular columnists Christina Trevanion, Lennox Cato and Marc Allum.