Australiana 

       Researching, collecting and preserving Australia's heritage  
PO Box 2335, Bondi Junction, NSW 1355, Australia

  • Home

Australiana Society Inc.



The Australiana Society is an incorporated association of collectors, researchers, dealers and auctioneers devoted to collecting, studying and preserving Australiana: art, decorative arts, antiques, historic items, collectables, buildings and sites, and portable heritage made in, or relating to, Australia.


We publish Australiana, a quarterly all-colour magazine (40 pages, except for special bumper issues) presenting authoritative, topical, and practical articles on Australian art, design, furniture, ceramics, glass, jewellery, metalwork, coins, notes, medals, crafts, ephemera, architecture, history, historic houses, conservation, etc.


The contents and index to Australiana are available on this website. We seek contributions on Australiana subjects; click on Australiana magazine for details.


We organise talks, exhibition viewings, excursions, seminars and other events in Sydney and elsewhere. The Society is run entirely by volunteers.



*** Australiana Grant ***

The Australiana Society has a grant of up to $5,000 for institutions to assist with the acquisition of an object of Australiana. For details of the grant, go to Australiana Society Grant.



Upcoming events

05 Dec 2014 6:00 PM • Lindesay, 1 Carthona Avenue, Darling Point NSW 2027
07 Feb 2015 6:30 PM • To be advised
20 Mar 2015 3:30 PM • Launceston to Hobart, Tasmania

Subscribe to Australiana magazine
Members receive Australiana magazine, which is available only by subscription. Back issues ($20 each) are available directly from us. Household subscriptions cost $65, institutions $65. To join, please download a membership form.


     



Australiana
magazine
Vol 36 no 4, November 2014


Michel Reymond, 'Gold Rush jewellers of Melbourne and Dunedin: Wagner & Woollett, Lamborn & Wagner and Woollett and Hewitt'


Jim Bertouch, 'From the President'


Lesley Brooker, 'Miss Purnell's wildflower screen'


John Hawkins, 'A "Poket Time Keeper", John Arnold, Joseph Banks and Constantine John Phipps'


Dorothy Erickson, 'A Fine Possession: jewellery and identity, Powerhouse Museum Sydney'




 



Cover: Hogarth & Erichsen, Kangaroo and emu brooch, gold, pearls, mirror, Sydney, c1858. Stamped on reverse "HOGARTH / ERICHSEN". Private collection


Australiana contributions welcome

We encourage you to submit contributions on an aspect of Australiana for our magazine. Contributions be well illustrated and include text, pictures and captions preferably in electronic form. We do not pay for contributions. You can download our Style Guide here.


Advertising in Australiana
Please follow this link to advertising for rates and deadlines


Advertising via email to our members
Please follow this link to advertising for further information


Media, advertising or general enquiries
Email the Secretary, Michael Lech.


Buying or selling Australiana? Need a valuation?
The Australiana Society does not give valuations. Please check our list of dealers or auctioneers to find one near you who may be able to help. A fee may apply for this service. If you want a valuation for something to buy or sell on the Internet, please do not waste their time.

 

© Australiana Society Inc
Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software