Traducción de antique en Español:

antique

antigüedad, n.

Pronunciación /ænˈtik/ /anˈtiːk/

Ver definición en Español de antigüedad

nombre

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    antigüedad femenino
    antique shop tienda de antigüedades
    • A wide selection of quality antiques and collectables for sale.
    • His hobbies include collecting antiques, hats and matches, opera, golf and of course, his horses.
    • It's huge, vast, echoing, filled with pieces of Bali, antiques, art pieces, a huge chair collection.
    • For example, consider the dark corner of an antiques store where stacks of pictures gather dust.
    • There are gilt-framed paintings, oriental antiques, a sofa in trademark red with cream piping.
    • The home was well maintained and was furnished with many antiques and wall hangings from around the world.
    • With something to suit everybody from furniture, antiques, plants, tools and other gifts, a visit is a must.
    • According to Delaney, the pieces are antiques of the future as the furniture is recognised for its high design.
    • The Summer Fair is the largest fully vetted fine art and antiques fair in the UK, comprising over 330 dealers.
    • Sixty or so art and antiques dealers will occupy the ground floor, some twenty jewellers the lower level.
    • The Treasury offers antiques, collectibles and a small inventory of contemporary items.
    • The show turns people's antiques and collectables into cash at a house sale and then auction.
    • He was interested in shooting, car restoration, collecting antiques, and assorted entrepreneurial schemes.
    • Carefully-chosen classic antiques and quality paintings should yield solid returns over time.
    • In the 18th century the indicator was called a bottle ticket; today collectors of wine antiques call it a wine label.
    • He also had a collection of Pennsylvania mining antiques and framed mining certificates.
    • Around this time, he met an antiques dealer named Lucille Teasel.
    • Some people invest in antiques, art, property, wine or other assets.
    • My parents' love for antiques and fine art was made evident in every corner of the house.
    • The antiques dealer found the letters in a box of books and miscellaneous items, which was to be thrown out.

adjetivo

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    (lace/jewelry) antiguo
    (furniture) antiguo
    (furniture) de época
    37? why, you're positively antique! ¿37? ¡eres un vejestorio! coloquial
    • Get your antique treasures valued as part of Hextable Heritage Centre's annual heritage day.
    • Very old pieces with their original finish should usually not be repainted or refinished as you may remove the indications of their authenticity and antique value.
    • Her technique has a photographic quality that mimics antique silver gelatin prints.
    • Maybe all that early web-site material will have historic and antique value.
    • There is something beautifully reassuring about the presence of an antique grandfather clock in a home; it makes a statement about permanence and comfort that's hard to beat.
    • I used to stomp out of my room in protest in the evenings after he placed an antique clock from Turkey outside my room.
    • In fact Proust's life is as delicate, and as easily thrown out of balance as an antique clock.
    • What I like is the collection of antique clocks on display in the inner part of the ground floor.
    • In the corner of his elegant, third-floor City of London sanctum, just behind his antique desk, there is a grandfather clock marking time.
    • A Georgian silver cutlery set, an antique carriage clock, a pendulum clock, rings, a pocket watch, cash and a purse were among items taken.
    • Intruders used a fireside peat basket to carry antique silverware, porcelain and clocks to a waiting van.
    • Police found the antique gun in a grandfather clock at Holy Rood vicarage in Swinton.
    • As he sat on the edge of the large double bed that Emma had slept on last night and looked through an obviously antique jewellery box he found himself suddenly fascinated by the value of the items it held.
    • A wide range of distinctive antique items - from jewellery, porcelain and paintings to clocks and a selection of furniture - will be on sale.
    • But the fact that the building is fully furnished with some of Scotland's finest antique pieces adds to the value which the Executive should have to pay.
    • The table used for massage brought from Kerala has antique as well as medicinal value since they were made of trees with medicinal value.
    • Officers found an antique, double-barrelled Derringer hidden in a walnut grandfather clock in his bedroom.
    • But their happy day turned to misery when they got home at 11.15 pm to find more than 30 items of jewellery, including antique pearls and brooches, taken.
    • In the most hurtful insult, the antique bureau bought by his late wife was taken, along with the personal letters it contained, and his daughter's wedding dress and presents were snatched, too.
    • At various points in my life I have amassed and then jettisoned quantities of antique egg beaters, old buttons and - here's the embarrassing one - pictures of unicorns.