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How to Clean a Hip Flask

As with most things, it is always a good idea to give your hip flask a clean. You might have used it recently, or it might have been stored, unused for a while. Either way, it might seem like a bit of a daunting task. It is, after all, something you intend to drink out of after you’ve given it a nice spruce up. Moreover, the opening of a silver flask can be quite tiny, making it very difficult to do a thorough job. As intimidating as it might seem, cleaning out your silver hip flask is…

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Added by AC Silver Antiques on October 21, 2019 at 5:46am — No Comments

How to Clean Antique Silver

There’s nothing better than obtaining an impressive piece of antique silver, and being able to proudly display it to the world. However, it is important that it gets the care it needs to stay looking silver, shiny and in presentation condition. Keep on reading for our top tips on how to clean antique silver!

Firstly, try and avoid overcleaning the piece. With antique silver, less is more! Regular, ‘gentle’ dusting is much better than infrequent, over-zealous cleaning. This will save…

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Added by AC Silver Antiques on August 13, 2019 at 9:30am — No Comments

Antiques In Phoenix Valley Of The Sun Antique Dealer Association Annual Appraisal Fair

The Valley of the Sun Antique Dealer Association 15th Annual Appraisal Fair 2018. The event will be hosted by the Antique Plaza Antique Mall in Downtown Mesa AZ.

VSADA membership is open to Antique Dealers and Shop Owners throughout the Greater Phoenix Arizona Area.  Our Members are located across the valley selling Antiques in Phoenix.

For More Information about our Appraisal Fair…

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Added by Michelle's Antiques on February 21, 2018 at 12:00pm — No Comments

ANTIQUE WALL DECOR: HOW TO SPRUCE UP YOUR WALLS WITH ANTIQUES

Custom graphic that says: "Antique wall decor: bringing your walls to life"

Is that empty wall staring you down every time you walk in the room? Well read on, my friend! Here is some inspiration to transform that blank space using a unique collection of antiques.

ANTIQUE BREAD BOARDS

antique cutting boards

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Added by Annie Robinson on January 23, 2018 at 6:50pm — No Comments

Inspiring and educating: Antique Trader still serving antiques and vintage trade

Antique Trader has been serving the collecting community for 60 years. It's been my pleasure to be working with Antique Trader for the last 10 ... first as an online editor, working on antiquetrader.com, and for the last few years as the print editor.…

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Added by Karen Knapstein on October 18, 2017 at 11:00am — No Comments

Bringing The Beauty Of Fall Into Your Home

BRINGING THE BEAUTY OF FALL INTO YOUR HOME

Ski Country Antiques & Home Fall Decor Tips

The nights are getting longer, the leaves have changed color and despite that day of snow last week, the weather has been absolutely beautiful. Fall is our favorite season because the colors are so rich and antiques look especially regal in the fall glow. Maggie, the Ski Country…

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Added by Annie Robinson on October 16, 2017 at 4:30pm — No Comments

Industrial Era Antique Decor Ideas

Industrial style decor guide

The Industrial Era began in 1760, spurred by the creation of three history-changing inventions: steam power, cotton & textile looms, and iron making tools. This time period inspires images of brushed metal, task lamps & sleek, productivity-focused designs. You can almost hear the lingering whistle of trains, the whirl of looms and the clanging of metal as the world entered into a new realm of possibility.

When the commercial spaces of factories were later…

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Added by Annie Robinson on October 2, 2017 at 3:30pm — No Comments

ANTIQUE SHOPS IN DOWNTOWN MESA AZ

Antique Shopping In Downtown Mesa AZ

There are now more options available for  Antique Collectors and Decorators along Main Street in Downtown Mesa.  Antiques Shops, we now have 7 great stores in addition to New Coffee Shops, Bakeries, Restaurants, Record Shop and Boutiques and…

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Added by Michelle's Antiques on April 21, 2017 at 11:20am — No Comments

Always buying, Consigning and Trading Antique and Vintage items!

Buying, Consigning and Trading Vintage and Antique: Furniture, Jewelry, Militaria, Nauritcal, Signage and Advertising, Gold/Silver and Coins, Primitives, American and German Cameras, Carved Woodworking, Retro, vintage and antique collectibles, Musical Instruments, Phones, Old Photos and more.

Please call or text 774-237-7433 or email hacquick@ gmail.com

Added by Peter vanEsselstyn on April 20, 2017 at 3:02pm — 2 Comments

The best antiques in Maine

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Added by Travis on April 17, 2017 at 3:29pm — No Comments

Richard Begay. Creating Native American Navajo Jewelry Treasures.

Richard Begay Navajo Sterling Silver Turquoise Watch.

Native American 1960's Vintage Ladies Southwest Watch Tips.

Signed RB…

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Added by Jewelry Quest on March 14, 2017 at 10:33am — No Comments

My Non Vintage Activities as a Recycle / Repurposing Artisan ...

Two things that make me really happy are fossicking and making. When not out looking for vintage wares for my online shop I love to make things using old or discarded materials. Current favorites are buttons cut…

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Added by Suzi Coward on February 12, 2017 at 7:48pm — No Comments

Space Memorabilia collectables of the 50’s

Just thought I would share this info with everybody. eH

During  the 50’s – 60’s there was a space race to the moon.

Major companies saw this as a good opportunity to commemorate and cash in on the hype. Many major companies started to produce lines of furniture, toys, light fixture, comic book, still & mechanical rocket ship banks, movies, coins, dolls, even some Countries put out postage stamps and the list goes on. Some items you can still buy new today, so nostalgia…

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Added by dave wettlaufer on December 27, 2016 at 12:22pm — No Comments

History Of Navajo Native American Jewelry

A Brief History Of Navajo Native American Jewelry…

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Added by Jewelry Quest on October 18, 2016 at 8:00pm — 2 Comments

GROUPS up to Moderate!

These GROUPS are available to become the moderator. I am at a point where I have taken on too many other responsibilities and can't take care of them and will not be able to moderate anymore. It's been a good experience. I was here at the very beginning of this site and have enjoyed learning and sharing. If interested, please contact : C. Dianne Zweig



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Added by Ellene Meece on September 2, 2016 at 5:25pm — No Comments

eBay Classifieds online is closing

at the end of September so they are not accepting new ads. I was directed to Close5 which is a cell phone app which I can't use. Boo on eBay!

Added by Lillian Dunbar on August 31, 2016 at 1:28pm — No Comments

Antique Carved Japanese Netsukes

Netsuke originated in 17th century Japan as a means for men who wore robes known as kimono, which lacked pockets, to hold their belongings. Containers called "sagemono"—pouches, woven baskets, or beautifully crafted boxes called "inro"—were attached to the robes' sashes with cords and fasteners known as netsuke.…

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Added by Michelle's Antiques on August 21, 2016 at 5:22pm — 1 Comment

Rail Road Date Nails

                                                          Haunted railway dated nails

At an automotive swap meet where everybody brings {supposedly} automotive related items for sale but, on occasion, you can find some unusual finds.

On this occasion I met a vendor with a wooden box filled with, well, I don’t know what they were. The vendor spotted me looking at these odd nails and came over and said,” do you know what they are?” Nope. He told me the story of when Great Western…

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Added by dave wettlaufer on August 4, 2016 at 9:05am — 2 Comments

Antique Article

The reasons why antiques stay alive.



BY: RAMIRO VALDEZ



Based on my personal knowledge, experience and opinion.





Antiquities are, items that have survive, the test of time. They were made by someone or something who gave them life. A life to inspire, entertain, decorate, to be used, to be read, to record and define something or someone in life. Not all were made with a value in mind, but history gave it a place and a time. All the persons who bought them,… Continue

Added by Ramiro m. Valdez on July 23, 2016 at 9:06pm — 2 Comments

My Childrens' Toy Musk Ox was Sold to Another Thrift Store Client

I yesterday went to a thrift store that I used to visit several years ago. The store was very busy with clients on a Sunday and I spent a long time looking thru lots of collectibles.  The only things I found were a very clean used childrens' Musk Ox toy that had a baby Ox on top and a Yamaha Baroque Alto recorder.  The Musk Ox was large and I asked the cashier to hold it for me.  I later walked to the cashier and went to pay for both when I sadly found out that they'd sold my Musk Ox to…

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Added by Mark D Swartz on July 18, 2016 at 8:36am — No Comments

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