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Larkin and Hubbard: From Soap to Antiques and Collectibles (8/11/08)
Ever since three nine- and ten-year-old chums and I (unbeknown to our parents, of course) ventured to walk the four or five miles through terra-incognita streets to Boston‘s Museum of Fine Arts, guided only by a Gulf Oil Co. street map, I was smitten by the antiquities, travel and collectibles “bug,” seeking the unusual. More >>


Antiques & Collectibles: July Auctions (7/7/08)
There are a couple of hot, hot auctions slated for July with a noteworthy selection of items for sale. Don’t let the summer doldrums keep you from what’s really important—collecting. More >>


An Eye for Designing with Antiques and Collectibles (7/3/08)
Editor’s Note: Are your antiques and collectibles trapped in seclusion or piled up in the corner like junk mail? If you need help displaying your collection, send us your questions, and let our Worthologist, Christopher Kent, help resolve the problem. Scale, Balance and Placement of Your Antiques and Collectibles More >>


Graduation: IKEA, Antiques & Hand-me-downs (5/27/08)
May is the month for college graduations and thousands of young people will be setting up households of their own across the country. If you are a student, you may not realize it, but it can be cheaper in the long run to buy quality antiques than it is to by less expensive furniture. Why? More >>


Antique Furniture Part II – Arts And Crafts Furniture and Modern Design Furniture (5/15/08)
Eames ChairYesterday, I shared about European and Early American chairs, but if I was starting to take an interest in furniture today, it would be in the Arts and Crafts Furniture and the Modern Design pieces. This is where the trend is, and that is where we want to be. More >>


I need to pay off my student loans… (2/26/08)
If you are interested in buying my karpen or cherrywood desk contact me at manyhats_9@hotmail.com Yhank you- More >>


Early Americana, Hand-Painted Furniture and Fabulous Fantasies (2/26/08)
Early Americana Hand Painted ScreenI recently visited one of my favorite New England towns, Salem, Massachusetts, and stumbled upon this fabulous, early American, hand-painted, dressing screen. It is a decorative item now on display at “Sophia’s Gifts of Artistry & Elegance,” www.sophiasofsalem.com. I spoke with the shop proprietor, Marie Cardillo, and we both learned something new. More >>


The Collectible Oil and Kerosene Lamp Reference Library (1/4/08)
Reference Guide to Collecting Oil and Kerosene LampsIn the collectible world of oil, kerosene, and electrical lamps there is an abundant of detailed books explaining the history, type, color, manufacturer, values and other specific details needed to verify any lamp. We highlight only a select few here, but there are so many others to consider when starting your own lamp collection. More >>


Imported Fake Antique Furniture (12/5/07)
Even arts and CraftsThis weekend I went to a flea market that had an “antique store liquidation sale” in an adjacent building. The building contained numerous rows of furniture. I would guess between 70-100 pieces total. The event was advertised on television and radio as an antique tag sale however; all the pieces were pricey reproductions. More >>


Silver, Regional Paintings and Weathervanes Top 2007 Antique Predictions (1/6/07)
With 2007 barely underway, it’s time to make my annual predictions for the antique and collectibles market. The short version … More >>


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