"Hi MThoy, Sorry that I didn't see this sooner. Interesting piece but I think that the perspective is quite off. In fact I can't tell really where what is where. What kind of paper is it on? Not too sure if I'd be interested in it…"
"Good Morning from Maine,
Your pattern is Melrose, dated 1910. The info is from nWarman's Sterling Silver Flatware (ISBN 0873496086) and verified at replacements.com. The pictures in that particular book leave something to be desired so I…"
"Hi Jerry; I love all types of antiques,picked up an old oak newel post on Sat. I know it's not a huge deal except I don't fine many antiques here in Anderson. The portraits I have pictured are Dresden and Limoges and most were found on…"
"Kentucky Needed !!
I always look for several things in the Kentucky area of my business.
1. Coin silver by Kentucky makers. Teaspoons, tablespoons and hollowware, esp. julep cups. I really don't need any Kinsey right now unless its a cup or…"
"Hey Wally, If you get to make it to Brimfield it would be great to maybe somehow post up some small videos. IE: interviews with collectors, dealers taking about the markets, showing the rush at the opening of the gates and the like. Being in…"
"Craig is right on the money. 1920's - 1930's commonly called Depression Era furniture. Designers looked back to much earlier dys for inspiration for designs like this one. Still it is all wood and though not quite antique typically are…"
I've had a brick and motar for soon to be 17 years. I carry a line of general mdse with a strong emphasis on books and KY decorative arts. I also am completing my designation of ASA in the ASA (American Society of Appraisers)
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