Published: Thu, 29 Sep 2016 11:12:36 +0000
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZSelling an antique to a dealer can be a great option for garnering quick cash. Peruse these four points for successfully selling antiques to dealers.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZUse this online guide to help you value and identify your Depression glass pieces including pink, green, cobalt blue, and amber.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZLearn how much your vintage costume jewelry is worth through this pictorial price guide.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZThis illustrated guide to Depression glass will help you identify popular patterns including American, Sweetheart, Cameo, Mayfair and others.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZRecognizing Queen Anne style furniture looking at legs, feet, and other distinguishing features.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZRecognizing Chippendale furniture looking at legs, feet, and other distinguishing features.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZLearning to value antiques and collectibles is a skill appraisers pick up over time, but with time and patience you can learn to do it yourself.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZA gallery of illustrated marks to help you identify antique and collectible pottery and porcelain.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZWondering how much your Limoges porcelain might be worth? Take a look at these pieces with selling prices to get an idea of the value.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZLearn about the history of Depression-era glass, and get tips on how to start your own Depression glass collection.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZFurniture legs can help you identify and date antique pieces. See nine different styles you need to know here.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZCapodimonte marks can be confusing until you know when each mark was used and by which factory. This helpful list of Capodimonte marks illustrates several well-known examples.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZDetermining the date of old furniture pieces can be tricky. Learn how to look at construction and components that provide useful dating clues.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZCapodimonte: a regal name with a royal past. Learn more about the porcelain treasures bearing the Capodimonte name.
2016-09-29T11:12:36Zclass="no-js" itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/Article" > itemprop="description" >Those who watch
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZMany different companies made carnival glass back in the day. Use this online guide to assist in identifying and valuing your pieces.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZWilliam and Mary furniture was popular in the late 1600s and early 1700s. Learn more about the background of this style along with the types of chairs and tables made during this era.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZWondering how much Fenton glass is worth? Use this guide to help you identify and value antique and collectible Fenton glassware.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZMany people don't realize that Limoges is a region in France rather than a company. Learn more about this popular decorative antique porcelain.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZValue, price and identify your antique and collectible glassware ranging from art glass to Depression glass with these guides.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZWondering what type of old furniture foot that is? See examples of a number of different styles of feet used on antique pieces.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZWondering exactly what Eastlake furniture looks like? This step-by-step feature will answer your questions.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZHow much do you think your antique stoneware crocks and jugs are worth? Find out about the values of a number of different styles here.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZThis useful list of links will help you research silver and silverplated wares, including maker's marks, hallmarks and values, online.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZMost people have at least one or two old magazines laying around, but are the worth anything? Learn more about what's collectible, and what's not.
2016-09-29T11:12:36Zclass="no-js" itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/Article" > itemprop="description" >In purist terms,
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZLearn about the influence of period furniture celebrity Thomas Sheraton and how to recognize the style that carries his name.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZPeruse this slide show to help you identify and value your Roseville Pottery pieces. Includes some popular patterns and some rarities.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZIdentify antique chair styles with this listing of various types that includes links to more detailed articles.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZFenton Art Glass was made for 106 years and the older pieces can be quite valuable. Learn about collecting Fenton glassware and its value here.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZNeed help pricing an antique pocket watch? Use this illustrated guide to help you value your antique pocket watches.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZNothing brightens a room quite like the beauty of cobalt blue Depression glass. Learn more about it, including reproductions, here.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZConsidering scrap value for sterling silver? This online price guide helps you value your sterling silver wares before you destroy a valuable antique.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZDepression glass in pink always has a following. Find out more about popular patterns, prices and reproductions here.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZA guide to help you identify and value your silver plated antiques.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZFrom dainty teapoy to massive trestle, this article lists a range of antique tables, with links to more info about each variety.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZLearn about American antiques, from the 17th century to the 20th century. Links go to other articles on 350 years' worth of American antiques.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZLearn about collectible Roseville pottery through this overview feature including information on reproductions and values.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZIs Bakelite a mystery you'd love to solve? Take a look at this article for information on testing, distinguishing fakes and collecting Bakelite Jewelry.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZWondering about the value of milk glass? This guide will help you identify and value select milk glass pieces made by Westmoreland, Fenton and others.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZMilk glass has a long and varied past. Learn more about old and new milk glass here.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZUse this guide to identify, price and value your Coca-Cola and Coke antiques and collectibles.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZNeed some help defining the perfect type of antique accent table for your decor? Take a look at this side show for a number of options.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZDid you know it takes a touch of gold to make cranberry red glass? Learn more about its history and recognizing quality pieces here.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZMany people wonder if old plastic items they own might be made of Bakelite. Learn more about using all your senses to test Bakelite for authenticity.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZTrying to identify an antique couch, settee, or daybed? Look at 11 options ranging from the Davenport and Chesterfield to the Méridienne and Récamier.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZWondering what style of antique upholstered chair you have on your hands? Take a look at a number of different styles for some clues.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZWondering how much your antique rug is worth? Antique rugs can be difficult to value without the help of an expert.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZUse this illustrated gallery of marks to help you identify your antique and collectible glassware.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZWondering how to get started valuing antiques and collectibles? With a few basic tips, you'll be determining values like a pro in no time.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZUseful items such as calendars don't always strike people as collectible, but they can be. Find out what makes an old calendar valuable here.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZWondering what's collectible in the realm of Fire-King glass? Find out what to look for and what it's worth here.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZBeginning to research a Haviland Limoges china pattern? Read this overview first to take in some key points that will help.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZYou've heard that refinishing old furniture can diminish the value. So when is it okay to clean, repair and refinish an antique? Find out here.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZIs your silver item really sterling? Find out more about what qualifies as sterling silver, and how different silver-colored antiques are marked.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZCondition is the single most important factor in valuing antiques and collectibles. Find out why with this article from About.com's antiques guide.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZWondering what the Capodimonte crown and Neopolitan N mark looks like? Find out here. Page 12.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZLearning how to store photographs for future generations means more than sticking them in an album. Learn how you can preserve your families keepsake photos for posterity.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZIt's important to be able to recognize and grade antique furniture from masterpiece to mediocre.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZThis is your source for identifying Depression glass patterns, researching values, and learning more about this history of Depression-era glassware.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZWondering about the mark T&V Limoges France? Find out which company used it here. Page 49.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZDepression era furniture hasn't always been ultra popular, but it is gaining a following as more dealers stock their booths with these pieces.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZHow much is your antique and collectible pottery and porcelain worth? Take a look at a number of different online value guides here.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZDating Capodimonte Italian porcelain can be tricky. Learn what to look for in the oldest and newer pieces through this slideshow feature.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZLearn more about Hazel Atlas and their colorful Depression glass patterns here.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZThis introduction to Westmoreland Glass Company includes history, information on their milk glass wares, and marks used by the company.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZWant to collect a few pieces of antique silver or silver plate, but have to clue how to get started? Read on for smart ideas.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZExactly what is pressed glass, and is the same as molded glass? Learn more about how this glass is made, and what qualifies as pressed glass.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZHave an old telephone but don't know what the style is called? This pictorial guide can help you identify your antique wall phone.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZNeed some hints on how to buy vintage costume jewelry for yourself or as a gift? Take a look at these helpful hints.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZWondering what kind of antique dining table you have on your hands? Take a look at this feature for several unique examples.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZLearn about the historic Windsor chair, and how it was born in England but refined in the colonies.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZExample of mark used on Fire King Oven Ware in the 1950s. Page 7.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZOne of the most recognizable brands of all time, Coke and Coca-Cola have wide appeal to collectors. Learn more about these advertising collectibles here.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZHave you ever wondered what makes a collectible, well, collectible? It's actually a lot simpler than defining what classifies as antique.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZWant to learn more about antique furniture? Start with this glossary of furniture terms linking to articles with illustrations.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZWondering how much Victorian antique furniture is worth? Consult this guide to help you identify and value your antiques.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZSo you see Art Deco this and that and wonder if those pieces really exhibit the appropriate style deserving of this moniker. Learn more about how to identify Deco here.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZThe marks used by Weller vary as almost much as the styles. Learn to identify and date Weller Pottery marks with this list of mark examples.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZGlassware Maker's Marks and Signatures Gallery - Westmoreland Glass Company Mark. Page 22.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZToo shy to ask for a discount on antiques and collectibles? Don't be! With these haggling tactics, you'll be bargaining like a pro in no time.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZLearn to identify Roseville reproductions, comparing old and new pieces.
2016-09-29T11:12:36Zclass="no-js" itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/Article" > itemprop="description" >It might seem
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZSee an example of Federal Glass Company's famous shield mark. Page 5.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZWhether a brief review or intro to this company, learn more about Hall China with this list of interesting facts about the company and its wares.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZLearn about Shaker chairs beyond the ubiquitous ladder-back style through this illustrated article.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZGlassware Maker's Marks and Signatures Gallery - Fostoria Glass Company. Page 8.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZDaybeds have taken many forms over the years. Stretch out through three centuries’ worth of antique European and American daybeds, ancestors of our contemporary recliners. Learn the difference between different types of daybeds and how they developed in this illustrated article.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZThis list provides some of the best places online to research vintage costume jewelry manufactured by the Miriam Haskell company.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZThe 19th century saw wave after wave of Revival styles, as furniture makers systematically pillaged the past for ideas. This article contains descriptions of several Revival styles beloved by the Victorians.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZWant to start an antique collection, but don't have lots of cash to spare? Here are five ideas for collecting antiques on a budget!
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZIs that white glassware Westmoreland's Paneled Grape milk glass? See an example and learn more about it here.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZAll the information you need on valuing and prices for antiques and collectibles in one convenient location.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZShopping for antique furniture can be confusing. Learn how to identify highboys, wardrobes, sideboards, chifforobes, chiffoniers and more.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZYou wouldn't ruin an antique or collectible intentionally, right? Learn how to avoid hurtful situations when it comes to antiques.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZGlassware Maker's Marks and Signatures Gallery - Fenton Glass Company. Page 6.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZAll types of aluminum collectibles are desirable now from hammered to anodized, and even jewelry. Learn more about these affordable collectibles.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZStarting with Bisque The word bisque is derived from porcelain being left in the âbiscuitâ stage of manufacture.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZThe Internet can be a useful tool in antique research, but sometimes you have to think outside normal parameters to get the most from your quest for information. Let these helpful hints guide you as you learn from resources the Web has to offer.
2016-09-29T11:12:36ZCrown Potteries Co. Made in U.S.A. Mark. Page 14.