March 16, 2015

On Friday, April 3rd, Garth's Auctioneers & Appraisers will host their spring Eclectic auction where 900 items will be offered including: postcards, lighting, primitive furniture, Victorian, painted chairs, early chests, a Brunswick 9 foot pool table, paintings, a stickley bedroom suite, oriental rugs, stoneware, Engl...


You couldn’t make this stuff up if you wanted to.


During the 54th annual Thanksgiving Americana sale, held by Garth’s Auctioneers on November 28, 2014, at Delaware, Ohio, one of the more intriguing lots didn’t even make it into the printed catalog.


The item was a landscape painting attributed to Marcus Mote (1817-189...

Creating a beautiful environment - in which to live and entertain - should not be limited to inside your home. When inspiration blossoms beyond the four walls, expand your design aesthetic to the outdoors and give your guests (and yourself) an unexpected dose of warmth and sophistication with the addition of art and a...


In the mid-1820s, northeast Ohio was welcoming terrain for New England craftsmen. The sheer survival of the pioneer era had given way to small villages and larger urban centers, and as the population expanded, so did the demand for utilitarian kitchen containers and utensils. Kiln-fired stoneware was the preferred ch...

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