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Auction Report: Brrrring in Syracuse (1/27/09)
Five-shilling noteWhat felt like subzero temperatures did not deter avid antiques buyers from attending the Salt City Antique show in Syracuse, … More >>


At Peek at Sunnyborrke Antiques’ Brimfield Wares (1/23/09)
By Tom Carrier WorthPoint Worthologist WorthPoint is getting to be a regular fixture at Brimfield, the thrice-yearly outdoor antique fair along Route … More >>


Getting a ‘Handel’ on a Valuable Lamp & Shade (12/26/08)
Handel ShadeEvery now and again we are asked about items that, at first glance, would be considered to be yard sale … More >>


Vintage RCA “ON AIR light (8/12/08)
I recently acquired two vintage RCA MI-11717 “ON AIR” warning lights in original condition from a 1950′s TV studio that was demolished. I fell in love with radio back in the 1970′s, and have enjoyed a career in broadcasting and communications. I love these great old art deco “on air” lights, and I’m curious to know more about them and what they’re worth. More >>


Consolidated Lamp and Glass Company: The Early Years (1893 to 1910) (7/23/08)
This is the first of a series of articles on the Consolidated Lamp and Glass Company. Over the next few weeks I will cover the Art Deco period and art glass giftware line. History More >>


Antique cast iron wall mounting candle or latern holder (7/22/08)
This is a 19th century item that I bought from an estate sale. I have gone online to see if anything resembles this candle/latern holder. Some items I have seen resemble and are in the $800.00-1,000 range. My candle/latern holder swivels. More >>


Bronze figural lamp (3/9/08)
Bronze lampIts 3 feet tall and weighs about 35 to 50 pounds, made of brass, and on the bottom base it says MARIN, but cant find out anything about the lamp. I am trying to find out how much its worth, if anybody has info please email me at mdm13262@yahoo.com More >>


19th century glass lamps (2/12/08)
Blown glass top with a pressed bottom lamp sealed with a cork, c. 1820sTo keep light in a home during the 1800′s required the use of oil lamps, for the most part. The glass lamps were functional, put out enough candlepower to light a small room, and served as night lights for the kids. More >>


Aladdin Lamps by Model (1/4/08)
An Aladdin  LampThe Aladdin Mantel Lamp Co. was established by Victor S. Johnson in 1908. He enjoyed reading about the Arabian Nights series of books while young. As an adult he introduced a particular kind of indoor lamp that produced a rather soft white light and named the lamp Aladdin. 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 >>


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