Staff Picks: July

The Staff Picks for this month include Tiffany silver, antique cut glass, music boxes and more! Read on and find out what our dedicated staff is loving this month. American Brilliant Cut Glass Period Parlor Lamp by Bergen, circa 1895-1915 This month, the above cut glass parlor lamp is a Staff Pick from Kathy.  “It […]

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German Antiques

The antiques of Germany has been admired and cherished for generations.  Read on and learn about antiques unique to Germany. The music box industry of the late 19th century was largely based out of central Europe. Germany became an important center for music box production. Popular German music box manufacturers included Polyphon and Symphonion. The […]

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Spotlight: Edwardian Jewelry

Though a short period of time in history, the Edwardian era was a time of progression and fast evolution of English and American society. New technological discoveries of this era allowed the jewelry industry to exponentially grow. Read on and learn about the jewelry of this era, and why it is so widely coveted by […]

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Antiques in the Home: Dining

Whether you’re entertaining a small group of friends or having a lavish dinner party, creating a memorable dining room is essential. These antiques bring unique history and character to any dining setup. Reed & Barton Spanish Baroque Sterling Silver Flatware Furniture The first step to creating a stunning dining area is choosing the right furniture. […]

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Animal Antiques

Throughout history, artisans of all cultures have incorporated animals into their work. From birds and bees to dogs and lions, these animal antiques have enchanted collectors for years. American Hand Painted Wooden Carousel Horse Attributed Stein and Goldstein Painting and Sculpture The first art pieces created by humankind incorporated animals. Nowadays, it is easy to […]

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