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I grew up in Smithtown New York, which is out on Long Island. In 1976, when the rest of the country was celebrating it’s Bi-centennial, our town was already 10 years past the Tri-centennial mark. In typical New York fashion, the entire town was whooping it up for a three day bash that rendered the volunteer fire department passed out in various stages of undress and most of the citizens passed out along with them. But that is a story for another day. I use it here to illustrate the…Continue
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This blog is nothing more then a couple little helpful tips I've given to members who needed a little help to get them going. We were all new at some point, so hopefully this helps someone out! :-D
The first 3 pictures are how to post a new discussion to a group. The most commonly asked about group for needing help to post pictures? Whadja Find! (Come on Glass Hounds we need to step up the interest of glass! LOL)
There is a link to Whadja Find at the bottom of the page.…
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The roaring 20's. A time of Jazz music, flappers and Art Deco. A time when there began to be a breaking away from tradition in favor of modernity. The automobile, moving picture shows, and radio began to take prominent places in society and people began to favor practicality over frills and fuss. Prohibition was in full swing giving rise to the speakeasies of that era. …
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For those who like to read about the business operation of others, as well as interesting topics that pertain to the antique & collectible business, you are invited to read my blog. At the top of the main page of my blog, you will see topic tabs where you can click and go to a related topic. The home page of my blog is devoted to my Vintage Touch ONLINE business with various promotional tools that I have used and useful information. I…Continue
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The answer is an unequivocal..NOPE they do not. I have tried. No workie. Is there a rehab for junkers? I doubt it, if there were we would be lifting up every plate and checking out its' underside. We would be sneaking into closets, fumbling for quilts, linens and vintage anything.
If we were put on work detail,…Continue
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I would like to introduce my new webhttp://emilartworld.comside
SPOTLIGHT MEMBER RAF SANTANA
I've been a dealer for a number of years now, exhibiting at regional and International Fine Art and Antique fairs. I don’t have a gallery or shop as I sell via my private client list, but I do have an online presence with my site www.palladiumfineart.com.
In recent years, along with many other dealers, I’ve noticed a huge drop in business. With…
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SPOTLIGHT ON MEMBER ZEE MINK -FULLER
Introducing Zee ( Zazzy Zee, Divine Dumpster Diva and of course Purposeful Repurposer).
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Did you ever find an old cast away doll at a garage sale, flea market or estate sale and think, "umm I feel like that sometimes",? I have and of course, I buy the little orphan and bring her to my playhouse. I have fun fixing her hair, finding new clothes for her freshly washed body and making a new friend.
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