2016-09-24T11:01:48ZThough often used interchangeably, settle and settee refer to two distinct types of antique seating. Learn the difference between a settle and a settee.
2016-09-24T11:01:48ZHave a piece of vintage jewelry marked CINER? Find out more about the marks of this historic costume jewelry company here.
2016-09-24T11:01:48ZTrying to determine the age of an antique or vintage brooch? Take a look at these clues for dating old brooches and pins.
2016-09-24T11:01:48ZNeed some help identifying vintage and antique necklace styles? Here's an illustrated list of popular styles to help you get started.
2016-09-24T11:01:48ZHave you ever wondered why folks would collect old clothing buttons? Find out why people love them and the surprising sums they can be worth.
2016-09-24T11:01:48ZDo you know the difference between a piano, a pianoforte, and a harpsichord? Learn about the differences of these antique musical instruments.
2016-09-24T11:01:48ZExample of mark used on Fire King Oven Ware in the 1950s. Page 7.
2016-09-24T11:01:48ZDaybeds 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.
2016-09-24T11:01:48ZWhile they sound almost alike, Régence and Regency furniture are decidedly different styles. Learn how to distinguish Régence from Regency furniture.
2016-09-24T11:01:48ZResearching the Marvella costume jewelry mark? Find out about the company this produced Marvella jewelry. Page 11.