Results for: "Antiques" in "Bloemfontein, South Africa"

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Tielman Roos St

Tielman Roos St

Bloemfontein

9301

Free State

South Africa

-29.073034

26.267414

110 Nelson Mandela Drive

Nelson Mandela Drive

Bloemfontein

9301

Free State

South Africa

-29.09984

26.18129

10 Louw Wepener St

Louw Wepener St

Bloemfontein

9301

Free State

South Africa

-29.10012

26.16794

Henry St

G2 Loch Logan Waterfront

Henry St

Bloemfontein

9301

Free State

South Africa

-29.10867

26.20129

8 Hill St

Hill St

Bloemfontein

9300

Free State

South Africa

-29.111876

26.223274

Curie Av

7 Mega Prk Cntr

Curie Av

Bloemfontein

9301

Free State

South Africa

48 Andries Pretorius St

701 Mount Cedar

Andries Pretorius St

Bloemfontein

9301

Free State

South Africa

-29.1063

26.23541

interior decorators & designer...

1 Kruger Av

Kruger Av

Bloemfontein

9301

Free State

South Africa

-29.103107

26.273788

31 Douglas St

Douglas St

Bloemfontein

9301

Free State

South Africa

-29.1208

26.22407

8 Boerboon Ave

Boerboon Ave

Bloemfontein

8301

Free State

South Africa

-29.066006

26.20081

1 C Kwagga St

Kwagga St

Bloemfontein

9301

Free State

South Africa

-29.16162

26.1864

148 Zastron St

Lefco Bldg

Zastron St

Bloemfontein

9301

Free State

South Africa

-29.11052

26.20927

furniture dealers - secondhand

Antiques

An antique is an old item that has value because of its scarcity, originality and sometimes holds a personal connection to someone. For example, your grandmother’s diamond ring is an antique because it holds a valuable connection to you. Some types of antiques include furniture, jewellery and an item that represents history or a certain era.

Some define an antique as something worth keeping due to its unusual characteristics and colour. The paintings that represent history are still used today to tell stories and give a picture of what the old generation looked like. There are items that a person can buy to be kept for the future, but there are properties that have to be met before that item can be classified as an antique. These properties are known as RADAR which is a short form for Rarity, Authenticity, Desirability, Aesthetics and Really in good condition. It is said that if you have found accessories or furniture that have all of these characteristics then you have found a truly valuable item.

A lot of rare items are made by artists who will creatively make paintings and crafts that have scarce quality and cannot be as valid as the original. Thus, when you are looking for a priceless item it is advisable to visit museums and look around for items worth keeping. In addition, also check if those items meet the RADAR characteristics. Visit the Yellow Pages website for a comprehensive list and contact details of antique dealers in South Africa. 

Antiques

An antique is an old item that has value because of its scarcity, originality and sometimes holds a personal connection to someone. For example, your grandmother’s diamond ring is an antique because it holds a valuable connection to you. Some types of antiques include furniture, jewellery and an item that represents history or a certain era.

Some define an antique as something worth keeping due to its unusual characteristics and colour. The paintings that represent history are still used today to tell stories and give a picture of what the old generation looked like. There are items that a person can buy to be kept for the future, but there are properties that have to be met before that item can be classified as an antique. These properties are known as RADAR which is a short form for Rarity, Authenticity, Desirability, Aesthetics and Really in good condition. It is said that if you have found accessories or furniture that have all of these characteristics then you have found a truly valuable item.

A lot of rare items are made by artists who will creatively make paintings and crafts that have scarce quality and cannot be as valid as the original. Thus, when you are looking for a priceless item it is advisable to visit museums and look around for items worth keeping. In addition, also check if those items meet the RADAR characteristics. Visit the Yellow Pages website for a comprehensive list and contact details of antique dealers in South Africa. 

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