News

November 27, 2015

On November 28th, Black Friday was "Barn Friday" as Garth's drew hundreds of bidders and TV coverage to the Annual Thanksgiving Americana & Fine Art Auction, a family tradition for more than 55 years.

 

 

 

A glut of hand-me-downs from downsizing baby boomers has caused the value of many heirlooms to drop in the past 20 years. Below are a few examples provided by antiques expert Terry Kovel, newspaper columnist and author of the annual Kovels’ Antiques & Collectibles Price Guide.

• Royal Doulton balloon man figurine. Was...

 

Enjoy every bite off that heirloom china on Thanksgiving Day.

 

But don’t bet your retirement on the cherished dinnerware; it’s probably not worth what you think.

Evolving tastes, changing demographics and technology have conspired to reduce the value of china, crystal, furniture and other once-pricey heirlooms that hav...

Every January, in New York’s tony Upper East Side neighborhood, a seasoned group of antiques enthusiasts buck the snowbird trend in favor of the most prestigious two weeks on the American collecting scene: The Winter Antiques Show. Held in the historic and stunning Park Avenue Armory, the Winter Antiques Show is the s...

Please reload

Media Contacts

Garth's welcomes media inquiries regarding pre-auction stories,

post-auction highlights, photography,

and interviews with our specialists and principals regarding any and all aspects of the fine art, antiques and collectibles market.

 

National & Trade Media:

Kellie Seltzer

Director of Marketing

kellie@garths.com

Recent Posts

April 30, 2019

Please reload

Archive
Please reload

Search By Tags
Please reload