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The Adams Antiques Newsletter

 September 2003

This is the first of what we hope will be a quarterly newsletter to tell our clients and friends what is going on in our world of Oak Country furniture and the progress on Churche’s Mansion. 

The big news first, in June we attended the BACA awards at the Dorchester in London to be presented by Eric Knowles with the Best Specialist Dealer Award. We are very proud of this award and hope that it helps to give the public confidence when dealing with us. 

We have launched the Adams Sale on Commission Scheme to help our clients sell items of furniture that may now be surplus to their requirements. We feel that this is a very good scheme and certainly a much better option than using a sale room. Details are included with this newsletter. 

Country furniture is gaining in popularity again and certainly has beaten the economic climate. This could be due to a number of new country type houses being built and also interior designers seem to be using more country furniture. The lovely live feel of country Oak may also have something to do with it. 

Neil has been busy replacing decayed plaster on the front of the Mansion ready for the winter months ahead, other than that it is in splendid order, and more and more people are visiting us to see our stock in the super setting that the mansion gives us. 

Gift vouchers are becoming quite popular, and a nice way to give a discerning friend a really nice gift that they can add to. We can supply gift vouchers for any amount so for that special person who has everything this could be the answer. 

Fairs coming up are Harrogate from Friday 26th September to Tuesday the 30th, Olympia in November. We will be sending invites out but please call to make sure you get one.  

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