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The Business of Antiques

Toma Clark Haines
Business

I'm Toma Clark Haines, host of The Business of Antiques podcast. I'm on a mission to make antiques sexy, modern and fun... and PROFITABLE!

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Latest Episodes

Visit our sponsor, The British Shop!The British Shop transports fine art, furniture and antiques by air, land and sea around the world. David Hockney once said “Art has to move you” and The British Shop offers a service which moves ART AND ANTIQUES w... more

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Visit our new sponsor, The British Shop!The British Shop transports fine art, furniture and antiques by air, land and sea around the world. David Hockney once said “Art has to move you” and The British Shop offers a service which moves ART AND ANTIQU... more

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14 days ago

Visit our new sponsor, The British Shop!The British Shop transports fine art, furniture and antiques by air, land and sea around the world. David Hockney once said “Art has to move you” and The British Shop offers a service which moves ART AND ANTIQU... more

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a month ago

Reviews

4.8 out of 5 stars from 41 ratings
  • TOMA has her finger on the pulse!

    Toma is truly an expert in her field which encompasses home, design, and luxury living at its finest. I’ve followed her for years and still learn something new every podcast she publishes.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Olga Granda
    United States2 months ago
  • A worthwhile listen

    Insightful, engaging, and entertaining!

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    gep2590
    United Kingdom10 months ago
  • Pure Gold

    Toma it’s so generous with her knowledge in these episodes and information she gives is not only inspiring but highly practical and actionable.Even as someone who has owned an antique shop for 12 years I am finding so many precious gems in these podcasts. Thank you, Toma - keep them coming!

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    angelasom
    United Statesa year ago
  • A Must Listen!

    Love this podcast! I just opened my own Antiques business and was searching for information to help me when I came across The Antiques Diva. I can’t wait to hear each episode and apply it to my growing business. Thanks Toma Clark!

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Zibba's Fine Furniture
    United States2 years ago
  • A real pro

    Thanks for this, Toma. You’re sharp.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    CharlieHustle16
    United States2 years ago

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