Few and far antiques

Glimpses of the city centers of yesteryear: the antiques of Yenke Peddler

CLEVELAND, Ohio — Window shopping has always been a popular pastime, especially during the holiday season. This iconic experience offers a source of wonder. In Cincinnati, the Gidding Jenny Building had an austere presence from the outside. But while twirling in the alcove of this store, you were seduced by …

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Round Top, Texas offers small-town charm, antiques and famous pies

Round Top boutique hotel offers farmhouse with modern elements Round Top is known for its antiques, famous pies, and small-town Texas charm. For those visiting, there’s a boutique hotel with an eclectic mix of 1800s farmhouse and modern elements. ROUND SUMMIT, Texas – Looking for a day trip? Round Top, …

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Antiques Roadshow guest is devastated after learning truth about film score picked up for five cents by ‘sheer luck’

The AN ANTIQUES Roadshow guest was surprised after learning the truth about film music picked up for five cents by “sheer luck.” A recent episode of Antiques Roadshow was filmed at Wollaton Hall and saw expert Justin Croft meet a male guest who had brought along a musical score he …

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The Savvy Picker: Meaders Mercantile & Antiques

Shows like American Pickers, Antiques Tour, Star pawns, and others have people who want to get into antique and vintage treasure hunting. And why not? There are plenty of great spots in northeast Georgia laden with loot and ripe for picking. The Wise selector will introduce us to some of …

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Too Sweet Antiques & Pro Wrestling Junkie Create Wrestling Cards

For most of the years I collected wrestling cards, I focused on mainstream products, like WWF/E products released by Topps or Panini, and AEW cards created by Upper Deck. It’s only recently, like the past two years, that I’ve started collecting indie wrestling cards, such as the 2018 All In …

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Antiques Roadshow viewers stunned as Helen Mirren’s ‘sassy’ design receives impressive review

AN expert on the antiques tour left a guest speechless after discovering the true value of one of her objects. Lisa Lloyd was joined by a guest from the BBC show, during an episode filmed in Hackney. 3 Helen pictured in the portrait from years ago 3 The actress is …

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Owner of Joe Ley Antiques dies, auction scheduled for October

Sheila Ley remembers her father, Joe Ley, as “The Walt Disney of antiques.” His shop at 615 E. Market St., housed perhaps Louisville’s most eclectic and famous collection of antiques and curiosities. Now part of that collection is going up for auction this week. The longtime business owner NuLu was …

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Previews: our selection of 14 works from East Asia at the next auctions

Yongle ewer on sale Sotheby’s is currently selling the collection of Dr Wou Kiuan (1910-97) through a series of sales – including a third installment in London on November 1. A JOURNEY THROUGH CHINA’S HISTORY: The Dr Wou Kiuan collection includes this 34 cm high Ming dynasty blue and white …

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The Expert’s Guide to the Round Top Antiques Show

Rejoice, Houston antique junkies! The most wonderful time of the year is almost here. And by the most wonderful time of the year, we of course mean the Round Antiques Fair. The fall edition of the fair is taking place October 24-29 this year (simultaneous off-site festivities …

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Hollywood poster auction makes a scene with screen icons

The top lot at $12,000 was a Fly to Rio half-sheet, 22 by 28 inches, produced for the 1933 American RKO musical comedy starring Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers, Dolores Del Rio and Gene Raymond. Review by WA Demers, Photos Courtesy Premier Auction Galleries CHESTERLAND, OHIO – On October 2, Premier …

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Howard was a great but often overlooked American watchmaker

Over the years this column has covered a number of watchmakers and watchmakers, some famous and some less so. Almost everyone has heard of Rolex, and many other names are almost as familiar: Omega, Patek Philippe and Vacheron Constantin, to name a few. And not all of them are from …

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The New England Pottery Company of East Boston, Mass.

Teapot and sugar bowl made under the “Rieti” line at the New England Pottery Company in East Boston, Mass. These were reportedly found together years ago in an old Chicago estate. By Justin W. Thomas Chelsea Keramic Art Works is one of the first American ceramic companies to designate itself …

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Antiques Roadshow guest left in tears and ‘unable to breathe’ as she learns the life-changing truth behind the diamonds

An ANTIQUES tour guest was bought to tears after discovering her diamond brooch was worth thousands of dollars. The popular BBC show took viewers to Brodie Castle and Estate in Scotland, where they got to see a variety of unusual antiquities in the latest episode. 3 An Antiques Roadshow guest …

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East Haven’s New England Antiques and Curiosities Exhibit Returns

Entertainment // Things to do September 30, 2022 Morgue Vogue at the First ParaConn Paranormal Convention at the Ansonia Armory in Ansonia, CT. Lara Green – Kazlauskas / Hearst Media After a successful inaugural year in 2021, the Exhibit of New England Antiques and Oddities returns to East Haven for …

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Antiques Roadshow Experts Baffled As Guest ‘With More Money Than Common Sense’ REFUSES To Sell Item

Experts at ANTIQUES Roadshow have been left baffled after a guest refused to sell John Lennon’s old door number – despite its staggering valuation. The man took the plaque – which bore the number 251 – when the show traveled to Liverpool, where the Beatles formed in the 60s. 3 …

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Horses and heritage on the farm: Yenke Peddler antiques

CLEVELAND, Ohio — Traveling south to Mansfield this weekend will bring you back to a bit of historical significance. Heritage Days at Malabar Farm State Park runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Free admission to this 18th-century living history camp includes Civil War demonstrations, crafts, antiques, …

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Badges aren’t just for sheriffs

Palm Springs is a car city and the Coachella Valley is full of cars. Look at all the car auctions, dealerships, shows and even race tracks we have here. Old cars are great too, with all the accessories that come with them. Muscle cars of the 1950s and 1960s have …

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Antiques Roadshow expert Marc Allum at the Isle of Wight Arts Society talk

The new season of the IW Arts Society will be launched with the visit of Marc Allumfamous for his many appearances on the BBC Antiques Tour. He has been a BBC Antiques Roadshow miscellaneous specialist since 1998 and has appeared on numerous television and radio programmes. Marc has his own …

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Classic bottles celebrated, new discoveries discovered

The top lot of the sale was this rare historic “Tippecanoe” – “North Bend” cabin bottle, likely Mount Vernon Glass Works, Vernon, NY, circa 1840, which fetched $47,970, near the top of its estimate. Review by WA Demers, Photos Courtesy Norman C. Heckler & Company WOODSTOCK VALLEY, CONN. – Norman …

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Kovels Antiques: Original Rolls Royce Hood Ornament – Flying Lady – would fetch a pretty penny | Home & Garden

Terry and Kim Kovel King Features Syndicate Fancy a bit of luxury? This “Spirit of Ecstasy” figurine reproduces the hood ornament of Rolls-Royce cars. In 1909, car enthusiast John Douglas-Scott-Montagu commissioned sculptor Charles Sykes to create a mascot for his Rolls-Royce. Sykes made a sculpture of a woman bent at …

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Camilla filmed the “Antiques Roadshow” episode at the Eden Project

The Duchess of Cornwall (left) with BBC presenter Fiona Bruce during a visit to the Antiques tour at the Eden Project. (PENNSYLVANIA) The Duchess of Cornwall filmed an upcoming episode of Antiques tour to the Eden Project, bringing with her two objects to evaluate. Camilla has visited Cornwall’s well-known biome …

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Antiques Roadshow guest speechless on Gazza snap evaluation | Television & Radio | Showbiz and television

Antiques Roadshow is a BBC favorite and in a classic clip from Wollaton Hall, expert Raj Bisram shared his thoughts on a guest’s signed photo. Former footballers Vinnie Jones and Paul Gascoigne appear in the image which has become one of the most famous photos in football history. The guest …

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The rise and fall of basket weaving in the Pima culture

The other day, one of our regular customers who loves extravagant costumes came in and admired a newly displayed Native American war shirt. Not so long ago he would have bought it without a second thought. This time, however, he mumbled something about “cultural appropriation” and moved on. Having never …

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August Or Bust At Old Kinderhook Auction Company

This antique Chinese Benjarong porcelain teacup and bowl blew the lid off its $50/100 estimate, selling for $17,400, the highest price at auction. Review by ZG Burnett, Photos courtesy of Old Kinderhook Auction Company VALATIE, NY – Old Kinderhook Auction Company (OKAC) held its two-day “August Or Bust 2022” sale …

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Loloma Collection Goes ‘White Glove’ at Santa Fe Art Auction

This dinner [Navajo] rare turquoise and silver Squash Blossom Lander necklace from the Connie S. Sanchez estate, California, circa 1970, fetched $23,180 and was the top lot on the two-day sale. The 14½-inch-long necklace contained approximately 90 carats of rare Lander turquoise, prized for its cobweb matrix and considered the …

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A deep dive on Doxa underwater watches

At one time or another, anyone with a taste for the ocean has probably strapped on a pair of flippers and paddled out to see what’s out there. And it turns out there’s all kinds of stuff there – so much so that some people want to go further and …

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Fixing Broken Lebanese Antiques – Taipei Times

The British Museum displays ancient ships smashed in the 2020 Beirut explosion Eight ancient glass vessels shattered in the 2020 Beirut explosion are on display at the British Museum today, guiding visitors through the painstaking international project to put them back together. The vessels, from the Roman, Byzantine and Islamic …

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Fields Stable Antiques combines treasures and treats for customers – Post Register

By Kyle Mooty LPR editor Much like the owner’s famous cheesecakes, Fields Stable Antiques continues to add to its great reputation as an assortment of treats for treasure hunters. The Lockhart business has been in business for 11 years, withstood the worst the COVID-19 pandemic had to offer, maintained its …

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Celebrity Antiques Road Trip: Natasha Raskin Sharp’s Wedding – See the Details

August 23, 2022 – 11:04 BST Emmy Griffiths Natasha Raskin Sharp is happily married to her partner – read more about their lovely nuptials here Natasha Raskin Sharp is one of our favorite presenters on Celebrity Antiques Road Trip – and always has the ultimate knowledge of the …

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Antiques & Collections: Chelsea Porcelain – AgriNews

Chelsea porcelain was made in Chelsea, England around 1750. One of the famous pieces is the ‘Goat and Bee’ milk jug designed by Nicholas Sprimont (1716-1771). He was born in Liège, in present-day Belgium, and began working in London around 1742. An auction of important antique china was held recently …

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Exploring Bennington Pottery Myths and Facts | Antiques-and-history

Authentic Bennington pottery items, from figurines to cookware, continue to be popular with Americana collectors. However, there are issues for serious collectors. Rare early 19th century figurines, such as the brown-glazed coachman’s bottle, have been reproduced over the years, as have other brown-glazed objects. HINTS: Take note at the next …

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Legendary antiques dealer and Lancaster Leisure Park boss dies aged 75

Allan Blackburn A legendary antiques expert and longtime owner of one of Lancaster’s biggest attractions has died aged 75. Allan Blackburn was the founder and owner of GB Antiques at Lancaster Leisure Park and also ran the park himself for many years. Allan was a well-known antique dealer, broadcaster and …

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Kovels Antiques: Early 20th Century Gadgets Often Had Very Specific Purposes | Home & Garden

Terry and Kim Kovel King Features Syndicate Early 20th century farms and households had many unusual devices with identities and purposes that have been lost over time. Look at this device with cogwheels and a crank that sold for $266 at Conestoga Auction Company in Pennsylvania. Is it a kitchen …

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Treasures can sometimes be dangerous: the antiquities of Yenke Peddler

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Our favorite vintage table settings can be hazardous to our health. It is important to consider any possible safety issues before using these plates and glasses. Thank goodness the internet has brought these issues to light. Fiesta Ware, made by Homer Laughlin China Co. of Newell, W.Va., …

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The historical society organizes an exhibition of collectibles and antiques

The Lewes Historical Society’s Coastal Collectibles & Antiques Show will be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday, August 20, rain or shine. Attendees will be surrounded by ancient treasures and hard-to-find collectibles from all eras. The merchants chosen to participate in the show offer a wide range of …

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Antiques Road Trip’s Natasha Raskin Sharp Reveals Surprising Reason She Almost Lost BBC Role

04 August 2022 – 14:52 BST Nicky Morris Find out the surprising reason why Antiques Road Trip star Natasha Raskin Sharp almost lost the presentation gig… Journey on the road of antiquities Star Natasha Raskin Sharp quickly became a fan favorite after her first appearance on the BBC …

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Coeur D’Alene Sets Multiple Records With $16.4 Million Auction

Top lot, record price. Reaching $1,434,000, William Herbert Dunton’s ‘Treed’ not only left its $400/600,000 estimate in the dust, but shattered the artist’s previous world auction record of at $881,000 since 2008. Dubbed an “outstanding example of wildlife and sports art depicting the American West,” it’s perhaps no surprise that …

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Antiquities tour success as thousands brave heat at Powis Castle and Garden

Thousands of fans of the popular BBC TV series Antiques Roadshow braved the heat to show off their heirlooms and car boot treasures to experts at National Trust Cymru’s Powis Castle and Garden. Filming for the 45th series of the Roadshow began a few months ago and, for the first …

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Where to Buy Antiques in the Charlotte, NC Area

Shop the Brass Grasshopper in Matthews for all kinds of vintage treasures. Katie Hardister Whether you’re on a personal mission to renovate old things or want to spend the day exploring, you’re sure to make some unique finds when visiting the Charlotte area antique shops. While antique stores house a …

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Antiques Roadshow visits Hexagon Reading in 1984 and reveals Huntley and Palmer fact

The Antiques Roadshow has arrived in France, Reading, in its sixth year on television, an exclusive BBC archive has revealed. Presenter Hugh Scully described the building as “the most modern of buildings”, despite having been in operation for eight years. In his introduction to the programme, he revealed a fact …

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Toy carts first made in the 1880s – AgriNews

Toy wagons, those large enough to transport children or carry bundles of newspapers for a newsboy, were first made in the 1880s in the United States. Most were wooden painted red. Newspapers were sold to newsagents by the bundle. The boys kept them in a wagon and moved around town, …

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Antiques Roadshow fans brave the heat at Powis Castle

Fiona Bruce and Runjeet Singh at the Powis Castle and Garden for Antiques Roadshow photo: BBC Presenter Fiona Bruce and the BBC’s Sunday Night Show crew filmed three episodes of the popular show on Tuesday. Filming for the 45th series of the Roadshow began a few months ago and for …

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Success of antiques fair as thousands brave heat at Powis Castle and Garden

Thousands of fans of the popular BBC TV series Antiques Roadshow braved the heat to show off their heirlooms and car boot treasures to experts at National Trust Cymru’s Powis Castle and Garden. Shooting of 45e The Roadshow series began a few months ago and, for the first time in …

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Antiques Roadshow fans are in disbelief at guest’s jaw-dropping assessment of old razor

THOSE who tuned in to the Sunday night episode of Antiques Roadshow were stunned by a guest article. The BBC show headed to Salisbury in Wiltshire for the episode, where they filmed outside the famous Salisbury Cathedral. 3 A man had an object that belonged to Napoleon 3 The razor …

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Coastal Collectibles and Antiques Fair

Coastal Collectibles and Antiques Fair When: Saturday August 20, 2022 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.Where: Historic Campus at 110 Shipcarpenter Street, Lewes, DelawareAdmission: $5.00 per person – Children 12 and under are free Surround yourself with ancient treasures and hard-to-find collectibles from all eras. Dealers chosen to participate in …

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Goosefare’s Wells, Maine show may have been the best yet

Shoppers lined up waiting for the show to open and chatted with friends old and new. (Photo courtesy of Goosefare Promotions.) Review and photos by Rick Russack WELLS, MAINE – On June 26, Goosefare Promotions held its annual Antiques Show on the grounds of the Wells Reserve at Laudholm Farm …

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Across The Block – Antiques And The Arts WeeklyAntiques And The Arts Weekly

Color and shape were celebrated in last month’s best batches. The Nazmiyal Collection sold an intricate Masahir rug with impressive results, and Rachel Davis Fine Arts offered an Alexander Calder lithograph in simplified, vibrant hues. More intense was a sculpture by Bergman of a tiger fighting on the back of …

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Q&A: Simon Morsink – Antiques And The Arts WeeklyAntiques And The Arts Weekly

Simon Morsink is a Dutch art historian and icon expert. Most recently director of the Morsink Icon Gallery in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, he was named the new executive director of the Museum of Russian Icons in Clinton, Mass. He took up his new role on July 1, replacing founding director …

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ART MARKET: Indian Art Showcase becomes Bonhams’ latest cross-departmental auction

Like Sotheby’s and Christie’s, Bonhams organized a growing number of these cross-departmental sales, including The Male Form and Blazing A Trail: Modern British Women (see GTA No 2514), both of which will be repeated later this year. While it is difficult to assess the difference these themed auctions make in …

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Kovel’s Antiques: Butterprints can be hard to identify | News, Sports, Jobs

It is not easy to recognize certain pieces of wood with deeply carved patterns. Unlike today’s familiar decorative stamping tools, it was not pressed in ink and used to print onto fabric or paper; it’s a buttery feeling. Nineteenth-century farming families made their own butter, shaped it into …

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Kovels Antiques: Butter Imprints Created a Mark on Butter Made by Family Businesses | Home & Garden

Terry and Kim Kovel King Features Syndicate It is not easy to recognize this piece of wood with its deeply carved design. Unlike today’s familiar decorative stamping tools, it was not pressed in ink and used to imprint onto fabric or paper; it’s a buttery feeling. Nineteenth-century farming families made …

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Antiques Road Trip comes to Petersfield Shopping Village

POPULAR TV show traveled to a rural trading village as part of filming for a new series. Petersfield Shopping Village in Gosfield welcomed the Antiques Road Trip team to their grounds, as they prepare for the next series. The village completed its grand opening just a few months ago and …

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Appearance of an antiques expert appreciated at Hailsham Nursing Home

Charles Hanson Antiquities Expert Submitted for publication by Springup PR Antiques expert Charles Hanson, known for his appearances on TV shows such as Bargain Hunt, Flog it and Antiques Road Trip, has officially opened a new area of ​​the site at Hailsham House care home in East Sussex . On …

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What’s on the Guide: From Antiques Roadshow to Superheroes

Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons, Summon the Superheroes!, Antiques Roadshow at the Palm House, Armed Forces Day Parade, A Country Night In Nashville and more… Here is a selection of activities offered for the weekend of June 24 to June 26 and beyond. Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons …

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Antiques Road Trip: Meet Irita Marriott’s Husband and Family

June 23, 2022 – 2:34 p.m. GMT Eve Crosbie Irita Marriot has quickly become one of Antiques Road Trip’s favorite stars – find out all about her husband and children here Irita Marriott quickly became one of our favorites Journey on the road of antiquities stars, having only …

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Frontier Firearms: Cowan Sells Larry Ness Collection

The first lot in the sale was a Winchester 1st Model 1876 rifle attributed to Sitting Bull (c. 1831-1890), which doubled its high estimate to sell for $132,000. The rifle was accompanied by extensive documentation supporting the attribution. Review by WA Demers, Photos courtesy Cowan’s Auctions CINCINNATI, OHIO – On …

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Antiques Road Trip: Natasha Raskin Sharp’s relationship with her famous father – see cute photos

21 June 2022 – 15:04 BST Francesca Shillcock Antiques Road Trip presenter Natasha Raskin Sharp has become hugely popular thanks to her time on the show – but far from presenting, she has a close relationship with her famous father. Here are all the details… Natasha Raskin Sharp …

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Supply chain delays push homeowners toward antiques and thrift stores

There has always been a taste for antique furniture. Nowadays a largely acquired taste. Antiques are in vogue in part because of supply chain delays and higher prices for many custom or consumer pieces. There is also the public shift towards sustainability: environmentally conscious shoppers are opposed to disposable furniture …

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Natasha Raskin Sharp of Antiques Road Trip shares a sweet tribute to her famous father

15 June 2022 – 13:48 BST Francesca Shillcock BBC presenter and radio host Natasha Raskin Sharp took to social media to share her pride in her dad’s recent project… Journey on the road of antiquities star and broadcaster Natasha Raskin Sharp is a proud daughter and often takes …

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Spring Estates sale at Clarke Gallery sees strength in fine art

A woodcut and serigraph by Roy Lichtenstein (American, 1923-1997), “Imperfect Print for BAM”, 1987, is signed and dated lower right. Number 67 of an edition of 75 is from a collection in White Plains, NY. Sold for $30,000, it entered the collection of a West Coast bidder. Review by WA …

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Antiques Roadshow expert horrified by ‘cold and heartless’ content of letter from WWII guest

An expert from ANTIQUES Roadshow was horrified by the “cold and heartless” content of the letter from a WWII guest. BBC One antiquities specialist Mark Smith was stunned after a woman brought in a piece of shell from the German warship Bismark. 4 Roadshow Antiques expert Mark Smith called a …

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Antiques Roadshow guest is in shock when she learns the truth about the clothing collection picked up for £20

An ANTIQUES Roadshow guest gasped after learning the truth about a clothing collection she bought for £20. In an episode of the BBC show, expert Judith Miller met a woman who brought her Biba fashion collection. 3 An Antiques Roadshow guest was shocked to learn the truth about her clothing …

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Derbyshire’s historic antique center where Chinese collectors buy 1,000 items at a time

With the impact of Covid and now the cost of living crisis, businesses across the country have been forced to adapt in order to survive. One such business is the 25 year old Antiques Center on the corner of Ilkeston Road in Heanor and it is still very much alive …

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BBC Antiques Roadshow guest in tears over truth behind dad’s collection

A BBC Antiques Roadshow guest broke down in tears upon learning the truth about his late grandfather’s rugby collection. Expert Wayne Colquhoun analyzed the collection. He estimated the value at around £1,200. “So it would be a shame to come to Dyffryn and not have rugby memories,” Wayne said. He …

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Kovels On Antiques & Collectibles June 2022 Newsletter Now Available

Kovels On Antiques & Collectibles Newsletter June 2022 Kovels’ June 2022 newsletter features superhero toys, soda signs, Native American baskets, Federal furniture and Pewabic pottery, all with photos and prices. CLEVELAND, OHIO, USA, June 7, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Superhero toys sold for outrageous prices at a New Jersey auction and …

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Antiques Roadshow guest left speechless when assessing royal signing | Television & Radio | Showbiz and television

On a recent episode of the BBC’s Antiques Roadshow, Fiona Bruce took viewers and guests to Helmingham Hall in Suffolk, a Tudor mansion. Guests came out in force with their one-of-a-kind items, including Donald Trump’s vanity set, a rare World War I medal and a working fairground model. However, it …

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Louvre investigation: Prosecutors seize five Egyptian antiquities from the Metropolitan Museum of Art

As part of an international trafficking investigation involving the former director of the Louvre Museum in Paris, five Egyptian antiquities were seized from the Metropolitan Museum of Art by prosecutors in New York. According to the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office, the artifacts date back approximately between 250 and 450 BC. …

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Vintage is the new black: antiques offer more stylish options

Thanks to the growing number of eco-conscious shoppers, people are now hesitant to throw away their old furniture, choosing instead to try to reuse and recycle. Moreover, these days, antique furniture has also gained popularity. And as always, pop culture plays a role. Period-specific shows like “Bridgerton,” “Downton Abbey” and …

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Kovels Antiques: The Furniture Designer Had Many Interests and Occupations | Home & Garden

Terry and Kim Kovel King Features Syndicate In the 1980s, a friend’s mother decided to redecorate with unknown modern style furniture. She bought a small wooden table painted red and designed by Jeff Lederman, an artist from Ohio. The table had won a design award in an Illinois state competition. …

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Take a closer look at the quote from poet Rainer Maria Rilke | Antiques Tour

During the 2021 ANTIQUES ROADSHOW visit to Colonial Williamsburg, a guest named Penny brought a circa 1965 “Power Up” serigraph of Sister Mary Corita Kent. Kent was a prolific artist who created nearly 800 different serigraphs, an art printing technique that uses screen printing, stencils, and different colored inks to …

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Antiques Road Trip Latest Addition Honors Roo Irvine | Television & Radio | Showbiz and television

Antiques Road Trip experts Philip Serrell, Roo Irvine, Izzie Balmer and Raj Bisram are about to welcome a new face to their team. Mark Hill has joined the lineup of the BBC show and is ready to engage in some friendly competition with his cast members. On his first trip, …

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Antiques Roadshow guest floored by value of ‘shabby’ Harry Potter books

An Antiques Roadshow guest was left speechless after two old Harry Potter books were valued at up to £5,000. The BBC show traveled to Scotland on Sunday evening, during which presenter Fiona Bruce toured Edinburgh’s Botanic Gardens as guests brought in antiques and heirlooms. A guest, Helen, brought two books …

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Immaculate interiors at the antiques exhibition, a glimpse into the luxurious house of Mohanlal

Malayalam actor Mohanlal is one of the most popular actors in the Indian film industry. With a career spanning over four decades, Mohanlal is also one of the richest actors in the Malayalam film industry. the Drishyam The actor is one of the most successful actors and enjoys a very …

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Antiques: the tank truck is the precious cargo

Breadcrumb Links Life Houses Esso truck. Photo by Fourni Reviews and recommendations are unbiased and products are independently selected. Postmedia may earn an affiliate commission on purchases made through links on this page. Content of the article Q This truck was given to me in the 1950s when I was …

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Antiques Roadshow guest refuses to sell Titanic survivor’s letter despite huge valuation

ANTIQUES Roadshow fans were stunned after two guests brought an incredible moment of history to the BBC show. Fiona Bruce hosted the episode, which was held at Porchester Castle in Hampshire, and we were introduced to two siblings with a very treasured letter. 2 Children of Titanic survivor Sidney Daniels …

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Wellness: Antiques Roadshow’s Ronnie Archer-Morgan: Growing up in a home saved my life

While teaming up with Action for Children, Ronnie Archer-Morgan tells Abi Jackson how his love for art and antiques dates back to his childhood. Antiques Roadshow fans will already know Ronnie Archer-Morgan’s fascination with works of art and treasures from the past, unveiling their stories and what they represent. “The …

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The Antiques Roadshow episode filmed at Portchester Castle in Hampshire will air on the BBC this weekend

One of Hampshire’s most famous landmarks will host one of the longest-running shows in the UK this weekend. The Antiques Roadshow will be presented from Portchester Castle after filming in the area in 2021. The castle, in the borough of Fareham, has been a popular location for BBC One filming. …

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Antiques Roadshow’s Ronnie Archer-Morgan: Growing up in care saved my life

Antiques Roadshow fans will already know Ronnie Archer-Morgan’s fascination with works of art and treasures from the past, unveiling their stories and what they represent. “The world is such a funny place, we cycle a lot of negativity in so many ways. And I think through art I see the …

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Q&A: Erica Lome, PhD – Antiques And The Arts WeeklyAntiques And The Arts Weekly

After a lengthy search for an assistant curator, Historic New England appointed Dr. Erica Lome to the position last March. Lomé hasn’t stopped working since graduating from the Bard Graduate Center in 2015, then moving on to the University of Delaware and earning her doctorate in 2020. She represents a …

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Mettlach marks tell the story of a pottery – AgriNews

Mettlach, Germany is a town known for making beer mugs in the Villeroy and Boch factories since around 1842. They made all types of pottery. It all started in 1809 when Pierre-Joseph Boch set up a business in the remains of a cathedral built in 786 AD. To avoid destroying …

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Brimfield Outdoor Antiques Market to open at full capacity on May 10

BRIMFIELD – With its first full-fledged opening in May since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, the Brimfield Outdoor Antiques Market is certainly back in a big way. “If people haven’t experienced Brimfield, they really should get out,” said Kate Corriveau, co-owner of Brimfield Auction Acres. “It’s listed in ‘The …

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Antiques Road Trip: Natasha Raskin Sharp shares a new photo of her famous father

28 April 2022 – 15:34 BST Francesca Shillcock Antiques Road Trip star Natasha Raskin Sharp has shared a sweet tribute to her famous father, Philip Raskin. See the post here… Journey on the road of antiquities and Bargain hunting star Natasha Raskin Sharp shared a new photo of …

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The BBC Antiques Roadshow guest who broke down in tears is a famous sports star

BBC Antiques Roadshow viewers watched in disbelief as a guest on the show burst into tears. Former tennis pro Elizabeth James was on the show on Sunday night. Pundit Hilary Kay asked Elizabeth about her days at Wimbledon and other major championships. The couple were discussing the history of tennis …

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Poignant postcard of a girl from Oberaltstadt, 1942 | Antiques Tour

When visiting ANTIQUES ROADSHOW in June 2021 at Grounds For Sculpture in New Jersey, a guest named Bruce brought a collection of personal items that belonged to his late mother Manya, born to Jewish parents in Poland in 1926, since his time confined in a German Concentration Camp during World …

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Antiques Roadshow fans are stunned as the beloved heirloom shares an incredible connection to a hit TV show

ANTIQUES Roadshow fans were stunned tonight as a beloved heirloom shared a “fascinating” link to a hit TV show. Viewers admitted they never realized Grey’s Anatomy was a textbook long before the ABC medical drama used the name. 5 Roadshow antiques expert Fuchsia Voremberg reviewed a first edition of Grey’s …

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Heartbreak as Antiques Roadshow rare Fabergé box halved after discovery

Jewelry historian John calmly spoke to the public about valuing the ‘rather ordinary’ box, before enthusiastically revealing that it was in fact a Fabergé cigarette case and worth thousands of books. Video loading Video unavailable The video will start automatically soon8Cancel play now Antiques Roadshow: an expert examines a Fabergé …

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“A scam antiques dealer took £13,000 of my late mother’s belongings and sold them on eBay”

A fraudster posing as an expert antiques dealer has made off with more than a hundred belongings from a deceased mother which he then whipped onto eBay. Con man Peter Taylor was jailed on March 31 for defrauding pensioners of assets worth thousands of pounds, Helen Ford, the grieving daughter …

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From the Heart of English Pottery: Yenke Peddler Antiques

CLEVELAND, Ohio — Holy Week and Passover are celebrated this week. May God bless each of you as spring renews our faithful feelings! As we prepare our festive tables, one of the oldest names in porcelain comes to mind. English Derbyware spans over a century of production. The first years …

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Go antique hunting in Burgundy and Provence on the exclusive Good Housekeeping cruise

Photo credit: © Marco Bottigelli – Getty Images From the fragrant purple lavender fields of Provence to the rolling vineyards of Burgundy, France’s unspoilt countryside makes it an idyllic destination that draws tourists from all over the world. VISIT BURGUNDY AND PROVENCE WITH GH Burgundy is famous for its wine …

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Antiques Roadshow guest speechless on review of 1920s mountaineer’s kit “Are you kidding!” | Television & Radio | Showbiz and television

On the latest episode of Antiques Roadshow, the family of famed mountaineer Theodore Howard Somervell were stunned when expert Fuchsia Voremberg valued their expedition tools at £70,000. He participated in the 1922 and 1924 expeditions to Mount Everest and left a legacy for his family, including his grandson and great-grandson. …

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Kovels Antiques: Tiffany desk sets are now known more for their craftsmanship than their functionality | Home & Garden

Terry and Kim Kovel King Features Syndicate Tiffany Studios is synonymous with luxury and decorative items like jewelry, useful pieces of precious metals and elaborate stained glass. The company also made practical items, such as its line of commercial desk accessories made from around 1890 to the 1930s. Desk sets …

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The Antiquities Detective Answers Readers’ Questions, April 2, 2022 | Information about antiquities and teaching history

Origins of the wooden bowl: This wooden bowl has been in our family for over 100 years, according to my late mother. She remembered my grandmother who made bread dough there. She used it to make salads. I think it’s maple. It measures 14 inches in diameter and about 5 …

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