BBC filming at The Antiques Warehouse with Kate Bliss
The BBC have been filming at The Antiques Warehouse yet again! BBC Antiques Road Trip came to film an episode of the show with Kate Bliss presenting. They arrived in a vintage sports Volvo P1800.
We are looking forward to the programme, which will be aired in September 2017. I wonder who the celebrity will be!?
The Antiques Warehouse
HOD at The Antiques Warehouse Sunday 11th September
Pete chair caning HOD 2015
On Sunday 11th September 2016 from 12pm we will be presenting a demonstration of traditional crafts including: Chair Caning, Picture Frame Gilding and Traditional Upholstery (by our resident Master Upholsterer).
Mini Antiques Roadshow
Gordon Patrick examining Fabergé cigarette case
We are also hosting a Mini Antiques Roadshow on Sunday 11th September 2016 from 1pm – Bring along your antique treasures to be valued by antiques specialist Gordon Patrick Member of the National Association of Valuers and Auctioneers.
Fabergé gem studded silver cigarette case
A small contribution of £2 per item will be collected and donated to the Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice.
The Antiques Warehouse supports Farnham’s Heritage Open Days (HOD) and the Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice.
Saturday 10th & Sunday 11th
Chris Pakula (The Pianist) will be playing tunes from the 1920s and 1930s (afternoon).
Coffee and Cakes will be served.
Farnham’s Heritage Open Days run from Friday 9th September 2016 to Sunday 11th September 2016 (we are doing the Sunday).
More HOD2016 information: Farnham HOD2016
Listen to Chris playing every weekend afternoon at the Antiques Warehouse
Christopher Pakula Music Video Posted by Chris on Thursday, 20 August 2015
The 21st century oriental cat is actually being quite naughty – The 18C oriental porcelain bowl and Victorian oil lamp are being enchanting!
Stunning detail on this inlaid coffer
…With Kiki Dee and Toyah Willcox
Tim Wonnacott and Hilary Burroughs
The Antiques Warehouse was the featured venue for a star-studded edition of Bargain Hunt Famous Finds for BBC2 on Wednesday 1st April 2009. Kiki Dee and Toyah Willcox, both singing stars whose work has spanned decades, each teamed up with a friend to take part in filming the programme, along with presenter Tim Wonnacott, and a large film crew, on what turned out to be a day of appalling weather. It had snowed heavily the day before, and frozen overnight, so the BBC team had to weather treacherous road conditions. Nevertheless, the intrepid team were all present for an early start to a long day of filming, in which several interesting and quirky items were purchased, and discussed, on camera.
That was the last post of our old website and the first test post of our new, underdevelopment website.