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RINKER ON COLLECTIBLES: Persian Pottery, a Mambo Drumming Panda Toy, and a Pastel Painting
  • May 10 2019
  • 10 May 2019

RINKER ON COLLECTIBLES: Persian Pottery, a Mambo Drumming Panda Toy, and a Pastel Painting

QUESTION:  My wife and I inherited a number of pieces from her parents that had previously belonged to her mother’s rather eccentric great aunt.  The […]

From the Worthologists' Files: A Bronze Bust
  • Sep 27 2018
  • 27 Sep 2018

From the Worthologists’ Files: A Bronze Bust

One of the advantages of being an appraiser is the sheer volume of incredible things one comes across on a weekly basis. Not all are […]

  • Mar 29 2018
  • 29 Mar 2018

5 Tips for Collecting Travel Posters

From my 2009 Baltic travel diary: ” Helsinki: I had moose for lunch today. Not mousse, but moose. It did not taste like chicken.” “Copenhagen: […]

  • Feb 22 2018
  • 22 Feb 2018

5 Tips to Avoid Giclee Fine Art Print Deceptions

Making fine art prints using the giclee (inkjet printing from a digital file) process was developed about thirty years ago, and the art world has […]

  • Feb 8 2018
  • 8 Feb 2018

From the Worthologists’ Files: Cold Cast Bronze Figurine

One of the advantages of being an appraiser is the sheer volume of incredible things one comes across on a weekly basis. Not all are […]

  • Jan 10 2018
  • 10 Jan 2018

Father Time Collectibles

From the Worthpoint family to yours – here’s to a very happy and healthy 2018!  May the New Year bring you much health, happiness, and […]

  • Sep 5 2017
  • 5 Sep 2017

Auction Talk with Wayne: September 2017 Auction Highlights

Welcome back… Labor Day is behind us, and auction houses are bringing out their “big guns” to kick off the fall season. If this month’s […]

  • May 26 2017
  • 26 May 2017

Mark of the Week: Gibson Glass Company

We are all fortunate to have an incredible resource for identifying marks right at our fingertips. WorthPoint’s MAPS (Marks, Autographs, Patterns and Symbols) database has […]

  • Jan 12 2017
  • 12 Jan 2017

Reversing the Effects of Time: What to do with Damaged Art and Antiques

If you have an old oil painting, maybe one that has been in your family for years, that has become discolored and the paint is […]

  • Dec 13 2016
  • 13 Dec 2016

All Kinds of Smoke Can Be Hazardous to Art and Antiques

Smoke is, in essence, energy that does not burn completely during a fire. Combustion occurs, giving off heat, light, carbon dioxide, and water vapor. Smoke […]