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Antiques in Bethania commented on Chicago Retro's group Tchotchkaholics United
"Absolutely - impressive Tchotchkes!!!!"
Nov 20, 2011
Antiques in Bethania commented on Chicago Retro's group Tchotchkaholics United
"Tchotchke or Tchotchkes - please see some of my earlier posts and blogs"
Nov 20, 2011
Antiques in Bethania left a comment for Jon D Scarborough
"Hi Jon and welcome aboard. You are already an asset with your advise. Now why not change the IAO avatar to one of your own so we can get to know you and that you are not a newbie! I am Bev Hamel from Antiques in Bethania, NC and the friendly avatar…"
Nov 20, 2011
Antiques in Bethania commented on Chicago Retro's group Tchotchkaholics United
"Etymology and spelling The word Tchotchke is derived from a Slavic word for "toys"…"
Nov 20, 2011
Antiques in Bethania commented on Chicago Retro's group Tchotchkaholics United
"Dianne - this and your previous post(s) are Tchotchotckes"
Nov 19, 2011
Antiques in Bethania commented on C. Dianne Zweig Editor's Desk's group The Kingdom of Kitsch
"Kitsch versus Tchotchkes - is a state of mind and both are Jewish idioms, although I am not Jewish (because my grandparents came here during the pograms - or the times of Russian and Bolshevist uprisings,  - I was taught the…"
Nov 19, 2011
Antiques in Bethania commented on C. Dianne Zweig Editor's Desk's group Let's Guess What This Is
"It looks incredibly like something my puppies leave behind."
Nov 17, 2011
Antiques in Bethania replied to faye redden's discussion old secretary desk? in the group Antique and Vintage Furniture
"Here's a link to one identical to yours that was on Ebay - which I thought was priced super low - http://www.ebay.com/itm/Larkin-Secretary-Desk-Golden-Oak-key-/200661572681#ht_500wt_1283"
Nov 17, 2011
Antiques in Bethania replied to faye redden's discussion old secretary desk? in the group Antique and Vintage Furniture
"It is called a commonly called a "secretary" Yours is oak and looks like a Larkin piece - circa early 1900's. "
Nov 17, 2011
Antiques in Bethania replied to Lillian Dunbar's discussion Picture on Cardboard with a number 1827 on back in the group Vintage Paper Advertising, Memorabilia and Ephemera
"Hi Lillian - The Youth Companion was a paper/magazine introduces in 1827 and folded in the early 1929. The 1827 is simply the year it was founded and not the date of your card. Color did not come into play until the late 1870s. The card itself is a…"
Nov 17, 2011
Antiques in Bethania commented on Dovetail Antiques's photo
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Nov 16, 2011
Antiques in Bethania commented on C. Dianne Zweig Editor's Desk's group Let's Guess What This Is
"Yes - Antoinette oolala"
Nov 14, 2011
Antiques in Bethania commented on C. Dianne Zweig Editor's Desk's group Estate, Yard, Tag Sale Connection
"Yes - a receipt - also put up signs about all items must have a recipt - you do give receipts - don't you?"
Nov 14, 2011
Antiques in Bethania commented on C. Dianne Zweig Editor's Desk's group Let's Guess What This Is
"Dempsey - you have a great mind - but I think I need to reveal this--- The object of this affection is called a Wig powdering Carrot - and was used exactly as I described. While there is a great deal written about wigs, and many nobility or wealthy…"
Nov 13, 2011
Antiques in Bethania commented on C. Dianne Zweig Editor's Desk's group Let's Guess What This Is
"My last hint and or carrot is thus  - - - for more several centuries,  being silvered or white haired was equivalent to  being in the elite class so young rich dandies - and young women had to participate in the fad which…"
Nov 13, 2011
Antiques in Bethania commented on C. Dianne Zweig Editor's Desk's group Let's Guess What This Is
"Okay - I will reluctantly give you the answer - However, you all must place your thumb and forefinger in a position to smack your head -  I truly do not know how many more carrots I can dangle in front of you guys - s0…"
Nov 13, 2011

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Antiques and collecting have been my life-long avocation. After leaving the corporate world I opened an antique shop in historic Bethania, North Carolina and have been in business since 1997. I am also a writer and published author.
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I was born an antique junkie and collector of Tchotchkes. I amassed massive quantities during my lifetime and when I left the corporate world for good - I knew what I had to do - marry Prince Charming, live in a castle, raise Yorkie Puppies, train kids, and become hopelessly lost in history while writing about why i antique on line and in my Brick and Mortar shop in a National Landmark toen - so I can become rich and famous one day.
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At 2:18pm on October 30, 2011, Jan Petroff said…

Thanks for the welcome. It's OK to get me to change up that avatar, need to do some work on the My Page ++ more.

 

Getting done with a 5 day babysiting marathon and hope to have some days off!

 

Going to your pages now.

Jan

At 9:36am on October 30, 2011, Leanne Lewis said…
Good morning! I am just a searcher and collector, Being an imported Brit - American antiques are a new learning curve for me. Loved your pics. Where is Bethania?
At 11:25am on September 17, 2011, Rene said…
Simply "adorable" Yorkies! Look at those babies! Aww...
At 11:21am on September 17, 2011, Rene said…

Hi Bev,

Thank you for your sweet welcome! So happy that you posted. I'm in the process of adding more to my profile. I'll be doing that today. Seems to be a great bunch of people on here!

I'm looking forward to being a part of this great community!

At 2:06pm on September 12, 2011, Stan Abrams said…
  The only thing I can think of is that the train was a large original photo someplace, and the man from a later era stood next to the picture and had himself photographed beside the train.  That is Benny Goodman and Judy Garland was rehearsing for a concert at Robin Hood Dell in Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, in August 1943.
At 9:08pm on August 16, 2011, Barbara E. Mauzy said…
Hi, Bev~ If your Yorkies are really trained you are a better woman than I am. After 16 years our Fresca was good at leaving puddles any time she was mad at us. We were away too long, puddle. We ignored her, puddle. You get it. Anyway, you will live through the teen years and there is a huge light at the end! Our baby is 29 and she is a delight. Thank goodness we decided not to kill her, although it had been tempting. OK, vampire fan, did you ever watch Dark Shadows? I think I'm a "tad" older than you, but it was my favorite after school pasttime for a while. How wonderful that you've followed your dream and are a fulltime antiquer. I found your book, too. Kudos!!! You are one accomplished lady! Nice to meet you, too! Barbara
At 6:34pm on August 11, 2011, Barbara E. Mauzy said…
Hi, Yorkie lover!!! We had one for sixteen years! Anyway, welcome to Peanut Butter Glasses and Swanky Swigs. I see you are published, but as I can't find your name I have no idea who you are and what you've done. Let us all know! Barbara
At 4:14pm on August 10, 2011, Diane Terenzio said…
Ah yes the Kane County Flea Market. I have fond memories-unfortunately it ain't what it used to be! And the area around it, especially downtown St. Charles is no more for antique fanatics such as you and I. Its now all sorts of boutique-y shops. My husband and I took a road trip there two week-ends ago and boy were we disappointed. Same goes for Long Grove. All the great stores I used to inhabit are gone! Have to go farther afield now but that's okay,too. Once my husband takes his early retirement in Jan. we'll be taking more road trips. May even get down your way.
At 4:43pm on August 9, 2011, Jodys Dusty Attic said…
cute  pup thanks for the friend invite. I found the logo on the net, shark week 3yrs ago. Just love the idea of a shark you can pet. He he.
At 4:28pm on August 9, 2011, Esther Lane said…
Hi - How are you? North Carolina huh??? I love it there! I am originally from Western MD-Cumberland to be exact. I now live in McHeny IL. I use to work alot in the Carolina's mostly around Ashton.  I have put my love for the anitques, auctions, ect on the back burner for years. I am ready to get more involved with it all now. I want to go to auctioneer school this winter and want to learn to do estate sales, ect. My first love would be to have my own store, but the rent for a store here is very high, so that may have to wait a little longer.
 
 
 

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