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Antiques dealers fight to reverse UK’s new ban on ivory trade
Antiques dealers are attempting to overturn the UK’s new ban on trading in ivory in a legal case being seen as a critical battle for African elephants.
Intelligence forces confiscate antiques
Intelligence forces in Khuzestan Province on Thursday confiscated a consignment of antiques, consisting 908 pieces.
Iran's ‘The Rose Empire’ antiques back home
A vast collection of Qajar-era (1785-1925) objects on display at ‘The Rose Empire: Masterpieces of 19th-Century Persian Art’ returned to its original home National Museum of Iran and Golestan Palace.
Nearly 200 Iranian antiques to go on display in the Netherlands
Nearly 200 Iranian antique items will be featured in an exhibition titled 'Iran, Cradle of Civilization' at Drents Museum in the Netherlands, said the director general of the National Museum of Iran.
UK, Netherlands next stops for Iranian antiques
British Museum and Netherlands History Museum will host an exhibition of Iran's artifacts in June and late September respectively, said Iran's Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization's (ICHHTO) director for museum affairs.
Iranian antiques to go on display in Germany
425 pieces of Iranian antiques have been sent to Germany to be displayed as part of a ‘Water and Desert’ Exhibition on 13 April 2017, deputy head of Iran Cultural Heritage Organization said Wed.
Iranian antiques back home from US
The United States has returned 73 pieces of ancient artifacts belonging to the Sassanid era (224 to 651 CE) to Iran following several rounds of talks between the two sides, announced Iran's Foreign Ministry spokesman.
Khurvin antiques show draws over 1,400 visitors
More than 1,400 people have visited the National Museum of Iran in the past 19 days to view the ancient artifacts belonging to Khurvin in Alborz province.
National museum to display antiques received from Belgium
Vice President Masoud Soltanifar said Iranian antiques received from Belgium will be transferred to the National Museum of Iran.

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