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Resource Directory for Pennsylvania
Frank Lloyd Wright’s buildings are unmistakable. He designed private residences, buildings of worship, office buildings, schools and ateliers, urban civic architecture, and even a major art museum.
As the star appraiser on History’s The Curse of Oak Island, I spend a lot of time identifying buried treasure found on a small, secluded island off Nova Scotia.
Nutcrackers span the globe among various cultures. According to reports, an Italian bronze nutcracker dating back to the 4th century B.C. is among the earliest one known. England’s King Henry VIII gave Anne Boleyn a nutcracker as a gift.
Wine lovers seek to understand and enjoy all things grape. And for antique and vintage wine and barware collectors, collecting the right glass for their favorite wine is equally important.
John Ringling was a world-class collector with the means to collect some of the finest art and antiques.
The Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations was the formal name of the very first World’s Fair. It was held at the Crystal Palace in London, England, in 1851.
When embarking on a new phase of life, like marriage, completing a degree, or moving to a new home, many people chronicle the experience with the purchase of an object.
At more than 150 events every year entitled Dr. Lori’s Antiques Appraisal Comedy Show, I appraise audience members’ heirlooms and antiques.
Grandma passed away, leaving behind a house filled with art, antiques, and collectibles.
My parents both suffered from Alzheimer’s disease and required specialized care. I am not a specialist in Alzheimer’s care, nor am I trained to give medical advice.
Integrating antiques, vintage items, and family heirlooms into a home’s interior design aesthetic sparks memories and brings dazzle to a room.
Along with the Roman goddess of marriage, Juno, Valentine’s Day honors the Christian martyr St. Valentine.
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