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antiquer

[ an-tee-ker ]
/ ænˈti kər /
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noun
a person who takes a special interest in antiques; a collector of antiquities; antiquary.
a person who simulates antique furniture by using processes that give an appearance of age, wear, etc., to recently manufactured pieces.
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