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I Wish I Hadn’t Sold That: Items I’m Still Kicking Myself Over (5/15/09)
ab072-pa311857Over the years, as an incurable metalware collector, I’ve discovered many interesting pieces. Since display space is at a premium … More >>


Reference Books for the Trivet & Pressing Iron Collector (3/31/09)
It’s my feeling that among the most important tools on the road to understanding and fully appreciating trivets and sad … More >>


An Internet Travel Guide for Trivet, Pressing Iron & Metalware Collectors (3/27/09)
rosack-picThe search for information and for others with mutual interests is one of the most basic desires of the collector. … More >>


Durable, Colorful Victorian Trade Cards (2/24/09)
card1Victorian Trade Cards are an interesting type of ephemera to collect, as companies in the late 1870s to early 1900s … More >>


‘Go-Withs’ Enhance Kitchenalia Collections (2/2/09)
Sad Iron: Enterprise Girl                  What’s a “Go With?” It’s any complementary piece that adds interest to a collection. One category that comes to mind … More >>


Trivet Collectors: Resolutions for 2009 (1/2/09)
A trivet wishing New Year’s blessing in 1888.Triveteers, take advantage of this New Year to renew your enthusiasm for collecting! Here are five suggestions to get you … More >>


Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas (12/24/08)
Real photo postcard, circa 1900The years may go by but the ties of Family, the celebrations of Holidays, and the joys of Collecting continue! … More >>


Horseshoe Plaque Trivets ~ Victorian Good Luck Mementos (11/26/08)
Good Luck My Boy H.P. TrivetCollecting Horseshoe Plaque Trivets is a fascinating hobby! It’s interesting to learn the history, practices and symbols of the different fraternal groups. And then there were the gift trivets … every year I find new examples: Happy Birthday, Happy New Year, Merry Christmas, Home Sweet Home … the list seems endless. Some Facts about Horseshoe Symbolism More >>


They’re Beauties … American Beauty Irons! (11/24/08)
American Beauty IronsFacts About American Beauty Irons More >>


The George Washington Trivet (11/15/08)
Close-up of the According to Kelly & Ellwood in their 1990 book Trivets & Stands, the first George Washington Trivet was designed and cast in brass for the Philadelphia Centennial Exposition of 1876. George Washington was an appropriate subject, considering that the Exposition was held to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the signing of the Dec More >>


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