• 13 Sep

Ask a Worthologist: Edmands & Co. Crock

Dendra Y. picked up a crock at a local auction. Only later did she look at the name stamped on it and became curious. She contacted our Ask a Worthologist service and asked for more information. Her request was forwarded on to me. Here’s her question. “I bought this crock at an auction about six […]

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  • 17 Jan

Hollywood Chiefs’ Rare Pre-Columbian Artworks Head to Auction

BOULDER COUNTY, Co. – Items from the pre-Columbian art collections of two Hollywood notables are set for auction on Feb. 1, including museum-quality pottery, carvings, masks, gold antiquities—and a piece once owned by famed pop artist Andy Warhol. The absentee, phone and Internet-only auction, to be hosted by Antiquities Saleroom, will include 110 lots with […]

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  • 18 Jul

Dining with Antiques – Ancient Roman Pottery

In the previous installments of “Dining with Antiques,” we have so far covered a variety of vintage recipes and collectible dinnerware dating from the 1800s to the 1960s. This article, however, features some of the oldest collectibles on earth, along with some of the oldest recorded recipes. It is hard to believe, but ancient Roman […]

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  • 22 Jan

Have an Ox-citing New Year

By Mark Jaffe While the economy may be dominated by talk of bulls and bears, when it comes to the Chinese New Year, which begins Jan. 26, it is the Year of the Ox. The ox is the sign of prosperity through fortitude and hard work, and people born under this sign are truthful and […]

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  • 1 May


Pottery from Mesa Verde…Utilitarian..Pueblo II time period…dated 950-1050 A.D.

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