Antique Spotlight: American Clocks

Clockmaking in America is as old as the country itself. Today, American clocks have risen in popularity, and antique timepieces are collected worldwide. Read on and learn about the rich history of clockmaking in America. Porcelain Ansonia “La Vendee” Mantel Clock The history of clockmaking in America defines the ambitions, inventive genius and entrepreneurial spirit […]

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Staff Picks: June

This month, we’ve called on our sales staff to tell us what items are on their minds. Read on and discover our Staff Picks for June, including art glass, tall case clocks and opal jewelry. 55.52 CTW Cabochon Opal Necklace With Diamonds Jewelry This month, opal jewelry is a staff favorite. The above opal necklace […]

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The History of the Wrist Watch

The modern wrist watch today is a feat of impeccable engineering and creativity. It is the result of a rich and detailed history. Read on and learn about the evolution of these prized and widely collected timepieces. Patek Philippe Oversized Gondolo Wrist Watch, circa 1923 Though the concept of a wrist watch dates back to […]

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Jewelry for Summer

From vibrant citrine to cool blue turquoise, this jewelry is perfect for hot summer days. Read on and find beautiful antique and estate jewelry perfect for summer outfits. 18K Gold Coral and Diamond Ring This season, it’s all about color. Give your outfit pop of bright orange with the above coral ring. Vibrant stones like […]

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The Evolution of the Brooch

The brooch is one of the oldest and most celebrated pieces of jewelry. From the Ancient Romans to today, the brooch has grown to be an essential part of any woman’s jewelry collection. Diamond Butterfly Brooch The brooch has been a part of jewelry history for centuries. The first brooches were found in Bronze Age […]

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