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Flights of Fancy: Love it or hate it, majolica is back on collectors’ wish lists on the eve of a major new exhibition coming to the UK
Howard’s Way: Furniture from the maker Howard & Sons has never been more popular, with fans including the Salvage Hunter and dealer, Drew Pritchard
The Right Type: Beloved by many collectors, including Tom Hanks, antique typewriters are hitting all the right notes
Class Act: The School Prints series by leading post-war British and international artists has never been more popular
Putting on the Glitz: Ever wondered what the experts see in costume jewellery? Our specialists reveal just what to look for
Ahead of the Field: On the 90th-anniversary of Jaeger Le-Coultre’s ground-breaking Reverso watch, we consider how it’s stood the test of time
Lost in Translation: Emile de Bruijn on the influence of East Asian art on 18th-century British country house interiors
Expert columns by BBC Antiques Roadshow's Lennox Cato and Marc Allum, and TV expert and auctioneer Christina Trevanion