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Spain has gone to great lengths to preserve her written history. The Archive of the Indies, in Seville, is one of its most important repositories. Forty thousand bundles of preserved and guarded documents- 50 million pages- reveal the history of Spain’s expansion into the Americas and 400 years of…Continue
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I started to reply to a discussion posted at IAntiqueOnline.ning.com, one of my favorite…Continue
Collecting antiques can be a super fun hobby and there are many of us who do it. Some, however, may consider the collector to be an accumulator of junk. Some collectors may consider the hobby to be that as well. So as a passionate antique collector, dealer, and decorating enthusiast, I would like to share my thoughts on this subject.…Continue
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Perhaps crossing a land bridge during the glacial period or perhaps by boats across the strait or from island to island, it is believed that the first peoples who came to the Americas were from Asia around 10,000 to 20,000 years before Columbus sailed to the Western Hemisphere. These first people, whom we now call American Indians, wandered the land hunting and fishing and, after many generations in America, developed new ways of living.…Continue
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Many types of small antiquities are of increasing interest, whether it is ancient jewelry per se or artifacts that may be incorporated with contemporary wearables. The latter has been practiced since ancient times, when heirlooms such as coins were recycled by mounting them as pendants.
In contrast to those who sell ethnographic material the antiquities market has always been much more limited and difficult to penetrate. Sadigh Gallery Ancient Art is a family business,…Continue
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Easter baskets are a tradition that most of us enjoy and those of us whose childhood is in the past, probably have a happy memory of a traditional…Continue
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I saw several old posts regarding A. Marc prints (real artist is Nicolas Markovitch), and wanted to add artist bio info that I compiled through research for anyone interested in learning more about the artist and his lithographic prints. If you use this info, please give us credit (see bottom), thank you. -Mark Strong, Meibohm Fine Arts, Inc.…
You may have seen or heard the word ephemera on PBS’s Antiques Road Show. Even if you don’t know exactly what it is, there’s a good chance you’re sitting within a few feet of it.
Most of us know it by its other name: “papers, letters, printed material (and other stuff) you threw away years ago because you can’t save every…Continue