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Starting from a hobby some 10 years ago our interest in Art Deco has grown from looking for items for the home, to trading at a number of International Antique and collectors fairs as well as specialist Art Deco fairs around England as well as shopping trips to antique fair in Europe. Collecting original antiques and unusual items from the Art Deco period has become the main focus of Artdecoclassics, of which a quality selection of  items can be found and viewed at 'Number 24'  , an excellent and unique shop based in the main shopping thoroughfare of Frinton on Sea. Essex. Here the enthusiast can view a stunning range of antiques and  including original pieces of Art Deco from the  1920's and 1930's. 

Collecting antiques is something, that has over the years become more and more popular , with a realisation that many antiques and other collectables are as affordable as 'newer items' whilst retaining and often increasing in their value over a period of time. Part of the fun and interest in collecting antiques is the fascinating history that comes with owning an item and a realisation that you will often have something unique.in this very mass produced and quickly disposable age that we live in today.

Browse a while in Number 24 and reminisce of a bygone era as well as venture further and visit the stunning number of still remaining Art Deco houses that can be seen on the cliff tops of Frinton on Sea

 

 

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