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* Pewter as you've never seen it before
* Bright Mdina glass
* Swell Sixties style
* The fabrics of the Edinburgh Weavers
* Four fabulous real homes
The March issue of Homes & Antiques is packed with real homes, vintage buys and expert advice, plus the latest news from the Antiques Roadshow.
We show you how to achieve the Sixties look by mixing high street pieces with vintage accessories.
Katherine Sorrell traces the fascinating history of pewter - and looks at how to collect this most unassuming of alloys.
We meet the chic vintiquers out hunting for antiques at Powderham Castle Antiques & Fine Art Fair in Devon.
Four fabulous homes
This month's four real homes include stylist Lucy Berridge's London flat and a 19th-century former silk mill.
One man's treasure
Whether it's irons, advertising signs, cameras or postboxes, Keith Sherrell is a collector of collections.
Collector and Antiques Roadshow expert Mark Hill shares his passion for the vibrant colours of Mdina glass.
Antiques of the future
In her workshop, an old Victorian shoe factory in London's East End, Jessica Light is keeping alive the traditional craft of passementerie.
The March issue also features vintiquing in Havana, how to date ceramic cow creamers, the extraordinary legacy of the Edinburgh Weavers, your questions answered by the Antiques Roadshow experts and lots more!
Warm, inspiring and informative, Homes & Antiques is the must-read glossy for people who love great design and beautiful objects from every era.