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Burglars spent 15 years following antique dealers around the UK to steal £300000 worth of jewellery from their homes - WalesOnline


WalesOnline

Burglars spent 15 years following antique dealers around the UK to steal £300000 worth of jewellery from their homes
WalesOnline
Two men spent 15 years following antique dealers to their homes to steal more than £300,000 of prized jewellery collections. Alan Skavydis, 56, and Paul Stephenson, 58, would watch traders at historic houses and hotels across the country to see what ...


An Antique Flea Market Is Coming to Marylebone In June - Evening Standard


Evening Standard

An Antique Flea Market Is Coming to Marylebone In June
Evening Standard
The antique extravaganza is a collaboration between the 80 antique and art dealers based on Church Street and some of the best design-obsessed dealers in the capital and across the UK. Located just a short walk from Edgware Road station, the one-day ...


Jailed gun pair modified and sold antique weapons - BBC News


Jailed gun pair modified and sold antique weapons
BBC News
Two men who modified antique guns to fire hollow point bullets have each been jailed for 14 years. Anthony McIntyre and Shaun Michael May admitted modifying and distributing the guns which had been altered to fire "dum dum" bullets. One of the guns had ...

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Ivory trade: UK set to crack down with new laws to protect elephants - CBBC Newsround


CBBC Newsround

Ivory trade: UK set to crack down with new laws to protect elephants
CBBC Newsround
The new law being introduced to Parliament today will relate to the sale of all ivory - no matter how old it is, even if it is considered to be an antique (which is currently allowed to be sold). Banning the sale of all ivory like this makes the rules ...

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Thief snatches antique First World War watch from Beamish Museum - ChronicleLive


ChronicleLive

Thief snatches antique First World War watch from Beamish Museum
ChronicleLive
An antique World War One watch awarded to a Willington man has been stolen from a County Durham museum. The Waltham gold pocket watch was awarded to Thomas Garnham, of Sunnybrow, for rifle shooting in 1913, and was taken from a war ...
Willington soldier's watch stolen from Beamish Museum exhibitionThe Northern Echo

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Gun crime: How do weapons appear on England's streets? - BBC News


Gun crime: How do weapons appear on England's streets?
BBC News
Over the bank holiday weekend, a spate of shootings across England hit the headlines. They add to a picture of rising gun crime, after more than a decade of big decreases. Although gun-related offences have risen for the past four years, there were ...


Inside Fearne Cotton's lush London pad, complete with quirky art, antique mirrors and velvet furniture - The Sun


The Sun

Inside Fearne Cotton's lush London pad, complete with quirky art, antique mirrors and velvet furniture
The Sun
FEARNE Cotton has revealed she's a “very content homebody” and, after having a sneak peek around her lush London pad, it's clear why. The Celebrity Juice presenter and radio DJ, 36, lives in Richmond in a period property that dates back to around 1850 ...


Auction News: Rare antique piano discovered in Cotswolds - Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard


Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard

Auction News: Rare antique piano discovered in Cotswolds
Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard
Rare antique piano discovered in Cotswolds could be one of only 20 in the world. AN EXTREMELY rare piano rescued from a flooded house in the Cotswolds might be only the 20th surviving example of its kind in the world. The piano was among a haul of ...


London dig unearths Roman bones, jewels and single flake of gold - The Guardian


The Guardian

London dig unearths Roman bones, jewels and single flake of gold
The Guardian
The experts sieved the clay, which had gradually filled the coffin, to retrieve every fragment of evidence about the burial. They found a single flake of gold, possibly from an earring, and a jasper cameo, which was already an antique when the woman ...

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Photo Dispatch: Death of the American motorcycle - and the search for next generation of riders - Telegraph.co.uk


Telegraph.co.uk

Photo Dispatch: Death of the American motorcycle - and the search for next generation of riders
Telegraph.co.uk
Until 1991, West Bottoms' stockyards and cattle markets, was the centre of the cattle trade in the mid-west. The area, plagued by flooding, fell into disuse. Now mostly empty, warehouses have been converted into antique shops and mechanics' workshops.

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