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In 1927 when René Jules Lalique released his Bacchantes vase, he was 67 years old and riding a wave of success that had lasted an impressive four decades. His eponymous glassworks, based in Alsace, France, had received extraordinary acclaim at the 1925 International Exposition of Modern Industrial and Decorative Arts...

Tackling the field of pottery collecting in a two-page article is akin to filling a pool with a teacup. As broad a category as any, pottery generally refers to any object shaped from clay and dried (or fired) to fix the form. Humans have been creating functional (and functionally beautiful) pottery objects for over 13...

October 29, 2016

First Aired: October 29, 2016:

Both of Garth's Appraisers and owners are featured on the Season 5 opening episode.

First, Amelia Jeffers evaluates silver golf trophy beginning at 1:11 

and

Second, Jeff Jeffers evaluates two historic paintings at 9:56

Across a career spanning nearly 70 years, it is fair to say that renowned interior designer and antiques dealer Jay Suiter has seen it all. When he transferred from the Art Institute of Chicago to UCLA to study interior design in the late 1940s, America was adjusting to a new normal after the end of World War II. A bo...

Two days after being awarded a $2 million state tax credit to rehabilitate Columbus’ 113-year-old former municipal light plant, developer Brad DeHayswalked through the dimly lit complex, touting all the features that will make it one of the city’s most-remarkable office environments.

It takes some imagination.

“You’re g...

A regular misconception about the art and antiques market is that prices are always going up. In fact, economic realities like “supply and demand” affect prices of paintings, collectibles and antique furniture as much as anything else. Additionally, small differences between unique items can offer big savings to savvy...

April 29, 2016

 

At first glance, it’s a simple drawing of the old family farm.  Your grandparents sentimentally tucked it away in the attic; occasionally bringing it out to reminisce, fascinated by the details and comparing it to the way the farm looks today.  You’ve often wondered about the artist - someone who had the patience to...

 

Savvy art and antiques collectors look forward to more than just sunshine and warmer temperatures in June. Summer represents the peak of the picking season for those willing to invest the time and energy into a hopping calendar of estate sales, auctions and flea markets. With all of the hype and television shows surr...

 

Most would agree that time is a precious asset - of which there is just never enough. Just two centuries ago, our only reference for the passage of time was a lengthening shadow, the chime of a clock or (for a few) a coveted pocket watch. In the 21st Century, however, time is numbered in nanoseconds, reminders are ev...

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