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Asian & Continental Arts and Country Americana Auction

After the January 29 and 30 sale held by Garth’s Auctions in Delaware, Ohio, in which the material offered ran the gamut from Asian and Continental arts to country Americana, Garth’s president, Amelia Jeffers, noted that people didn’t bid if they had no interest in the goods. That makes sense. The same has been heard from other auction houses, and yet, that’s the deal. People have become more particular, whether at Garth’s or elsewhere. It’s a market running hot or cold. If buyers want something, they tend to be all in. There are fewer bidders these days lurking at the fringes, grabbing something just because of a low price rather than for the chest-aching desire to own something. Nowhere in

Curating a Lifestyle: Destination, Antiques!

For anyone seeking one more reason to collect unique and beautiful antiques, art and jewelry, Scott Diament and his production team for the Palm Beach Show annually deliver the holy grail of treasure hunting. Across the five days of Presidents’ Day weekend, top collectors and antiques enthusiasts will once again escape their winter doldrums to the elite resort town, browsing choice offerings from more than 160 renowned international exhibitors. Converting the Palm Beach County Convention Center to an art and design mecca, Diament’s team relies on trusted, repeat exhibitors to bring their best merchandise and elegant displays. From the dramatic selections in London-based Peter Finer’s invento

Ohio Finds! Fascinating Objects from our Past: Troy Sunshade Co. furniture

In 1887, two Troy businessmen began the production of an innovative and patented sunshade for carriages and aptly named their new enterprise the Troy Sunshade Co. The business saw tremendous success as demand for its sunshades grew with the popularity of wheeled transportation of all types. With the advent of the automobile, the company shifted gears to meet the demands of evolving markets, but it retained its name. Additional goods such as hubcaps and windshields complemented the sunshades and sun visors, and the addition of these new product lines opened up opportunities for government contracts during times of war. Company leaders continued to look for emerging markets and opportunities,

eBay features Garth's in Winter Advertising

Online auction website, eBay, produced a single-page advertisement for inclusion in New York Magazine (December 14, 2014). The promotion highlights the live auction capabilities that streamline the bidding blocks of its top six Premier auction partners including Garth's. All of Garth's sales are available for live online bidding in real-time through eBay’s live auction portal, expanding the reach of Garth's sales to eBay’s 145 million active buyers around the globe. #Garths #ebay #NewYorkMagazine #advertising

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