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What Makes a Vase Worth $2,000?

A 1936 Orrefors vase signed by Simon Gate.

Sugar tongs are trending

Has “Downton Abbey” bought back an item from early English tea culture?

Staffordshire Style

An appraisal of an Aesthetic Movement Staffordshire plate from the late-19th-century.

Paper Mache Furniture

Jason Hackler, manager/owner of New Hampshire Antique Co-op in Milford and partner of Jason Samuel Antiques, appraises a 19th-century side table made with paper mache.

Music 100 Years Ago

An appraisal of a Victor-Victrola, made by the Victor Talking Machine Company.

Vintage Skis Made in Maine

A pair of vintage skis with a classic Scandinavian design made in Maine.

Art Deco Wardrobe

A wardrobe design inspired by skyscrapers

The Prized Highboy

A desk with a documented provenance back to 1863 was likely once a highboy, a prized possession in 18th century homes.

A 19th-Century Landscape Painting Appraisal

A 19th-century landscape painting is an example of the Hudson River School and was inspired by the work of the noted artist Thomas Chambers.

Welcome Summer!

A perfect time of year to talk about ice cream scoops

Nostalgic Figurines

Vintage cake toppers are back in vogue.

An Early Automaton

An appraisal of a Victorian-era wind-up musical bird cage.

Appraisal of a Luigi Lucioni Etching

An etching by preeminent American etcher Luigi Lucioni is appraised.

Moser Glass Company Vases

A pair of Moser Glass Company vases are appraised at around $1,000.

Scherenschnitte Valentines

The German art of paper-cutting created some beautiful — and now valuable — valentines.
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