6/June/2017 Issue: #0054

  • Introduction
  • Work of the Month
  • Buddhism and Buddhist Art
  • Victorian Watercolours
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26/February/2017 Issue: #0052

  • Introduction
  • Work of the Month
  • The Faberge Eggs
  • The Lost Third Imperial Egg
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21/December/2016 Issue: #0051

  • Introduction
  • Work of the Month
  • Alphonse de Tombay
  • Newly Discoverd Leonardo da Vinci Drawing Worth 16 Million
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14/November/2016 Issue: #0051

  • Introduction
  • Work of the Month
  • Five of the greatest libraries of the World
  • Nude: Art from the Tate Collection
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11/October/2016 Issue: #0050

  • Introduction
  • Work of the Month
  • The Magnificence of Stained Glass
  • Inside the Archives: Tiffany Lamp Prices
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5/September/2016 Issue: #0049

  • Introduction
  • Work of the Month
  • Metal Casting Most Commonly Used Techniques
  • More than 200 Degas on Display at the National Gallery of Victoria
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5/July/2016 Issue: #0048

  • Introduction
  • Work of the Month
  • Ecclesiastical Heraldry
  • Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera from the Jacues and Natasha Gelamn Collection
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4/June/2016 Issue: #0047

  • Introduction
  • Work of the Month
  • A Glimpse into the History of Painted furniture
  • The mystery of Tutankhamen’s dagger
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24/March/2016 Issue: #0046

  • Introduction
  • Work of the Month
  • Mathieu Befort Jeune (1813-1880)
  • Armoire Attributed to Andre-Charles Boulle and Where the Centre Figures on the Doors Originated
  • An Image of a Cabinet Befort Jeune Has Executed Based on a Design by Boulle
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17/February/2016 Issue: #0045

  • Introduction
  • Work of the Month
  • Asian Lacquer Techniques
  • Family Find £6.3 Million Japanese Antique at Home
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12/December/2014 Issue: #0044

  • Introduction
  • Work of the Month
  • Meissen, The First Europen Hard-Paste Porcelain
  • Rare Meissen goes home
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9/November/2015 Issue: #0043

  • Introduction
  • Work of the Month
  • Composite-The Frame Maker’s Best Friend
  • Did Mona Lisa’s bones finally have been found?
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12/October/2015 Issue: #0042

  • Introduction
  • Work of the Month
  • Brief Early History and Properties of Brass
  • The Greats-Upcoming exhibition from selected masterpieces of the National Galleries of Scotland at the Art Gallery of NSW
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13/September/2015 Issue: #0041

  • Introduction
  • Work of the Month
  • The most Important Makers of Late Victorian Mirrors
  • Florida Treasure Hunters Find $4.5m in Gold Coins
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31/May/2015 Issue: #0040

  • Introduction
  • Work of the Month
  • Water Gilding – The Queen of  Finishes
  • Innovation and Tradition
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6/May/2015 Issue: #0039

  • Introduction
  • Work of the Month
  • The Great Synagogue: A History of Sydney’s Big Shule
  • Mad through the darkness Australian artists and the Great War- at the Art Gallery of New South Wales
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8/April/2015 Issue: #0038

  • Introduction
  • Work of the Month
  • Pewter-The Most Useful Tin Alloy
  • “Archaeological Sensation”
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4/March/2015 Issue: #0037

  • Introduction
  • Work of the Month
  • History of the British Hallmarking System
  • The Adelaide Festival of Arts
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8/February/2015 Issue: #0036

  • Introduction
  • Work of the Month
  • History of the Dishwasher
  • Sotheby’s Impressionist and Modern Sale
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14/December/2014 Issue: #0035

  • Introduction
  • The Art Nouveau Sculpture
  • Pewter-The Most Useful Tin Alloy
  • Iconic Fashion Exhibition from The Musee des Arts Decoratifs, Paris
  • The Most Expensive Photo Ever Sold
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6/November/2014 Issue: #0033

  • Introduction
  • Work of the Month
  • Historic buildings in Australia
  • Spirited: Australia’s Horse Story – an exhibition at the National Museum in Canberra
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8/September/2014 Issue: #0033

  • Introduction
  • Work of the Month
  • Marble The Most Amazing Natural Stone
  • Above 1 Million for a Jeffrey Smart Painting
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3/August/2014 Issue: #0032

  • Introduction
  • Work of the Month
  • The Techniques of Enamel
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6/July/2014 Issue: #0031

  • Introduction
  • Work of the Month
  • The Story of Celluloid- The First Manmade Plastic
  • Fantastic prices reached at Shapiro’s June 16th Auction
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4/June/2014 Issue: #0030

  • Introduction
  • Work of the Month
  • The Interesting History of the Mirror
  • Max Dupain Exhibition in the art gallery of NSW
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4/May/2014 Issue: #0029

  • Introduction
  • Work of the Month
  • The Amazing Rosewood
  • Interesting Facts About Antique Mirrors
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3/April/2014 Issue: #0028

  • Introduction
  • Work of the Month
  • The Art Noveaua- a bit of history
  • World’s most expensive book
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5/March/2014 Issue: #0027

  • Introduction
  • Work of the Month
  • Should Australia’s History Be Rewritten?
  • Upcoming Exhibition
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4/February/2014 Issue: #0026

  • Introduction
  • Work of the Month
  • Ebenistes before Andre- Charles Boulle
  • Upcoming Exhibition
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2/January/2014 Issue: #0025

  • Introduction
  • Work of the Month
  • Who was Robert Prenzel
  • Women woodcarvers in Australia
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25/December/2013 Issue: #0024

We would like to wish all our customers, colleagues and subscribers peaceful  and merry Christmas and a prosperous and exciting New Year!

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4/November/2013 Issue: #0023

  • Introduction
  • Work of the Month
  • What is a Ruyi Sceptre
  • Judy Cassab Exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery, Canberra
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3/September/2013 Issue: #0022

  • Introduction
  • Work of the Month
  • The Origins Veneer
  • Veneer Types
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5/July/2013 Issue: #0021

  • Introduction
  • Work of the Month
  • The Origins of Grotto-Style Furniture
  • Upcoming exhibitions
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3/June/2013 Issue: #0020

  • Introduction
  • Work of the Month
  • Equal Balance Scales
  • How to clean your brass items around the house
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1/May/2013 Issue: #0019

  • Introduction
  • Work of the Month
  • History of European Woodcarving
  • Grinling Gibbons,Master Woodcarver
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4/April/2013 Issue: #0018

  • Introduction
  • Work of the Month
  • The Simplest Copper Cleaner
  • The Amazing Papier Mache
  • Special Offer
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4/March/2013 Issue: #0017

  • Introduction
  • Work of the Month
  • The Biedermeier Style
  • The Revitalized Art Deco Dresser
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30/January/2013 Issue: #0016

  • Introduction
  • Work of the Month
  • The history of the davenport desk
  • How to look after your French polished furniture
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25/December/2012 Issue: #0015

  • Merry Christmas to all our clients
  • Work of the Month
  • Alexander the Great
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1/November/2012 Issue: #0014

  • Introduction
  • Work of the Month
  • What is the vernis Martin technique?
  • Alexander The Great:2000 years of treasures
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1/October/2012 Issue: #0013

  • Introduction
  • Work of the Month
  • The composite and its history
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1/September/2012 Issue: #0012

  • Introduction
  • Work of the Month
  • Different gilding techniques, Part II
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1/August/2012 Issue: #0011

  • Introduction
  • Work of the Month
  • The Dark and Stormy Hiatory of English Tortoise Shell Tea Caddies
  • The versatile Tortoiseshell
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1/July/2012 Issue: #0010

  • Introduction
  • Work of the Month
  • The importance of the pigment ochre
  • History of the convex mirror
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1/June/2012 Issue: #0009

  • Introduction
  • Work of the Month
  • What is a fresco?
  • The technique of Michelangelo
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30/April/2012 Issue: #0008

  • Introduction
  • Work of the Month
  • The benefit of waxing and how to do it
  • High price at Christie’s auction
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30/March/2012 Issue: #0007

  • Introduction
  • Work of the Month
  • The technique of French polishing
  • The incredible shellac
  • History of the shellac
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28/February/2012 Issue: #0006

  • Introduction
  • Work of the Month
  • Different gilding techniques part 1
  • How to care for your gilt artwork?
  • Electroplating in 250BC?
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18/January/2012 Issue: #0005

  • Welcome back all our clients and our new subscribers
  • Work of the Month
  • What is the difference between alabaster and marble?
  • How to care for your Alabaster statue and artwork?
  • Interesting video: the fantastic spider-silk garment in the Victoria & Albert Museum, London
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18/December/2011 Issue: #0004

  • Merry Christmas to all our clients
  • Work of the Month
  • How to care for your Boulle furniture
  • What is mercury gilding?
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14/November/2011 Issue: #0003

  • Call us now with your last minute restoration or repair needs
  • Work of the Month
  • Upcoming event
  • Special round table for sale
  • How to clean your crystals
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12/October/2011 Issue: #0002

  • Thank you all
  • Work of the Month
  • How to clean your marble tops
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06/September/2011 Issue: #0001

  • Introduction
  • Work of the Month
  • How to clean your silver items
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“Inhof Restoration were an absolute delight to work with. With their help my beautiful Gilt Victorian Console Table which was left to me by my parents is back to it’s original beauty. Thanks Attila and Cecilia”

ROSS KIRWAN, BROVIO