Has “Downton Abbey” bought back an item from early English tea culture?
An appraisal of an Aesthetic Movement Staffordshire plate from the late-19th-century.
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.
An appraisal of a Victor-Victrola, made by the Victor Talking Machine Company.
A pair of vintage skis with a classic Scandinavian design made in Maine.
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 is an example of the Hudson River School and was inspired by the work of the noted artist Thomas Chambers.