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A Community For People Who Buy, Sell or Collect Antiques, Collectibles and Art
Well here I am, a brand new member of "iantiqueonline.com", and happy to say so! There is a wealth of valuable information on this site, and I intend to learn all that I can. In the days to follow I plan to not only take photos of some of my items, but to post them. I'm so looking forward to sharing my experiences with you all.
Please keep in mind, I'm a beginner compaired to most. I just started selling in a booth, and I am just now beginning to create a website "Vintage…Continue
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Tips For Successful Thrifting By The Elegant Thrifter
Based on The Find: The Housing Works Book of Decorating With Thrift Shop Treasures, Flea Market Objects and Vintage Details, here are a few tips for a successful thrift shopping trip:
• Define your shopping budget. Spending more than you have takes all the joy out…
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Best Source For Vintage Furniture Chicago Apartment Therapy
Buying vintage furniture is a great way to go - it's a greener choice, the quality of older pieces is often superior, the retro style will definitely make your space more unique than when furnished with only new items and the prices can (sometimes!) be more reasonable. With all of that in mind, we decided it was high time to round up ten favorite spots to for vintage in Chicago.
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Cha Cha Chalkboards
Here is the link to a really fun blog about chalkboards:…Continue
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A Rainbow Of Fiesta Color By Susan Emerson Mellish
CHARLESTON, W.Va. – Walk into the Theatre Gallery of the Culture Center of the West Virginia Division of Culture and History, and one’s senses are immediately overwhelmed with color. And why not? Arching over an 18 by 16ft wall is an impressive rainbow of Fiestaware; a wonderful display marking the 75th anniversary of this highly collectible dinnerware.
A product of West Virginia’s own Homer Laughlin China Co.,…Continue
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Here is the link to my most recent Squiddo lens.
It is about weddings , don't miss it, I just know you will agree , time for someone you know somewhere to get married, because after you read this , you will want to go to a wedding…Continue
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IF ANYONE HAS INFORMATION ABOUT OTHER ART BY ANTIMO BENEDUCE I WOULD BE VERY INTERESTED TO HEAR…
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We would like to inform you about our online special sales, taking place at www.sadighgallery.com.
To celebrate Easter or Passover, we have an extensive collection of ancient religious artifacts available, and on sale! Celebrate with gifts from the Holy Land like American or European bibles, crosses, crucifixion nails, icons, idols, menorahs, prayer plaques, jewelry, and statues.…Continue
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May I suggest in these tough economic times, that you consider the investment opportunity of furnishing and decorating your homes with the addition of antiques and collectibles? Antiques and collectibles are not always pricey and out of range for the buyer. In fact, you will not only find many bargains but better quality, and the best part of all is, what…Continue
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IN THAT LONG AGO TIME WHEN THINGS WERE SAVED,
WHEN ROADS WERE GRAVELED AND BARRELS WERE STAVED,
WHEN WORN-OUT CLOTHING WAS USED AS RAGS,
AND THERE WERE NO PLASTIC WRAP OR BAGS,
AND THE WELL…
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COTTAGE HEIRLOOM IS NOW OPEN!
SLOWLY GETTING THE PAGES FILLED BUT WOULD LOVE TO HAVE YOU STOP BY, TAKE A PEEK!
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Please note that if you are thinking about buying fabric from here or any online site ask for a sample of it first. There is a way of telling what your fabric is, without going into too much details here, using the burn test at this link.
Please note a further test for silk is very simple if you just can't decide whether it is silk or another type of fabric, place a small swatch in…Continue
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One of the most interesting and collectable artifacts from ancient Egypt is the ushabti, the magical statue found in tombs. Magic played an important role in the daily life of the ancient Egyptians. Part of their magic was the belief that amulets and statues would protect them from perils, both real and…
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Luristan bronzes have been prized for their unique designs and fine craftsmanship since antiquity. Geographically, Luristan is the central province in Iran’s western frontier, the area where production of richly decorated bronzes flourished from about 1200 to 800 B.C.
The formidable terrain of the region, sweeping plains, and high…
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