antiquer

an·tiqu·er

 (ăn-tē′kər)
n.
1. One who treats or finishes new furniture so as to make it appear old or antique.
2. One who is interested in or collects antiques.

antiquer

(ænˈtiːkə)
n
1. a person who alters the appearance of objects to give an antique quality
2. a collector of antiques
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I wanted to get Peter to the Central Massachusetts Antique Show because, as a new event, we want to draw both the avid antiquer and the casual visitor looking for an enlightening way to spend the holiday,'' said show promoter David White, owner of Navigator Publishing of Milford.
With PS400 in their pockets and paired with expert antiquers, two celebs set off behind the wheel of a classic car to search Britain for undiscovered antiques.
And with sport pilot privileges available for anyone avoiding medical certificate hassles, what was once old-style tailwheel flying, reserved for antiquers and cheapskates, is now an option when the need for speed has passed.
paragraph] Providing an online marketplace for artists, crafters and antiquers to sell their wares, the site has been compared to a handmade eBay, a place where you can both commission a portrait and find a one-of-a-kind outfit to wear for the sitting.
The inn is used frequently for guests of families in the area, for visiting antiquers, and for people visiting Conner Prairie, particularly those attending the Hearthside Suppers on weekends, says Muller.
For novice antiquers, Platt suggests coming after the opening rush.
His commentary, along with that of each team's consulting expert and the auctioneer, provides helpful tips and valuable information for antiquers.
And then there are the buyers, the wandering browsers and the dapper, Starbucks-wielding antiquers.
Other popular ideas included Senator, Elder, Golden Agers, Antiquers and Pensioners.
Truman Little White House; lighthouse lovers can climb the 96 steps to the top of the Lighthouse Museum for a spectacular vista; and antiquers will be impressed with the collection at the Curry Mansion, home of Florida's first millionaire.