Archive of: Antiques

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An Early “Looking Glass” April 2013

An Early “Looking Glass”

An antique mirror valued at about $900.

Seeing in Stereo March 2013

Seeing in Stereo

Stereographoscopes: A popular pastime before movies and TV came along.

A Must for Women of the 1800s February 2013

A Must for Women of the 1800s

"Godey's Lady's Book," founded in 1830 by Louis Godey and published in Philadelphia until 1898, was a monthly magazine that catered towards women.

An Ancient Unguentarium January 2013

An Ancient Unguentarium

The glass-making method inspired Louis Comfort Tiffany.

Poetry and Parrish December 2012

Poetry and Parrish

NH's renowned artist illustrates "Wynken, Blynken and Nod" and other children's poems

Eastern Influences: 19th Century Staffordshire Platter November 2012

Eastern Influences: 19th Century Staffordshire Platter

In the mid-19th century "Oriental" artwork was a popular pattern for ceramics.

Early Elegance: Georgian Hot Water Jug October 2012

Early Elegance: Georgian Hot Water Jug

A sterling way to heat water for a cup of tea.

Smith's Archeological Journeys September 2012

Smith's Archeological Journeys

This Roman arch is just one of Joseph Lindon Smith's renderings of historical places.

Pleasing Pictures August 2012

Pleasing Pictures

Becoming a single parent changed the artist's focus

The Work of Paul St. Gaudens July 2012

The Work of Paul St. Gaudens

Augustus Saint-Gaudens was inspired by an extremely talented uncle.

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