Antique Furniture : How to Restore Original Beauty to Wood Furniture & Antiques
Before restoring a piece of antique furniture, determine what type of wood is being worked upon. Restore original beauty to wood furniture and antiques with ...
Price Guide for Antiques, Art, and Collectibles
WorthPoint - A community dedicated to antiques, collectibles, memorabilia, and the valuation of rare items. Research and get appraisals for your antiques, collectibles, memorabilia, art, and more. What’s it Worth?
5 Tips for Buying Antique and Estate Jewelry
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Does anyone know what this sort of drinks table is called?
www.youtube.com/watch?v=H5qVFDBHYpw The table featured prominently in the foreground, with the ability to raise the decanters out of...
Why Estate Jewelry Is Sparkling
No longer considered Grandma’s leftovers, vintage and antique baubles are in high demand.
10 Things You Didn't Know Were Collectible
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21 Antique Dealers Share Their Most Stellar Career Advice
This Small Business Saturday, steal antique dealer business tips from 21 of the most established dealers in the industry.
How to Distress Furniture: Your Step by Step Guide
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What Makes Something an Antique?
Every time you watch Antiques Roadshow, you probably wonder: Just how do we know what items are antiques?The rule of thumb used by most antique dealers is that anything about 100 years or older is an antique. Items that are old, but not quite that old, are called vintage. In 1930, the U.S. government put a tax law into effect stating that an item was to be considered antique if made before 1830, about the time the Era of Mass Production began. According to this law, antiques are "works of art (except