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Recently I bought a new chair in antiqued leather for a small corner of the kitchen and was told the leather would improve with age. Do you know any tricks of the trade for making this happen more quickly?

Some people are keener on the idea of aged leather than on the reality of scars and scuff marks but, as long as your new chair has a robust frame, we recommend allowing dogs and children to clamber over it and not to worry if bracelets snag the leather or wine is splashed on it. Our best “trick” for ageing antiqued leather is to put the furniture in the garden on sunny days. Watch out for rain, although the odd water drop would add more character.

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