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Keeping Time

This still-functioning French carriage clock is a fine example of a quintessential 19th-century status symbol.

Blizzard in a Sphere

Did you know that some vintage snow globes can bring hundreds of dollars?

Ocean Liner Memorabilia Can Be Worth a Boatload

This International Silver Company ice bucket is worth a surprising amount.

Taking on the Spirit

African masks inspired the Cubist and abstract art movements.

Advertising a Historic Railroad

The beginning of “red carpet” treatment.

Lasting Symbol

The still-popular Claddagh originated in Ireland back in the early 1700s.

Hammered Artwork

Because it was handmade, copper repoussé was popular during the Arts and Crafts movement.

A Classic Mint Julep Cup

Mint julep cups are passed from generation to generation.

Guide to Antiquing in New Hampshire

It’s August, which means it’s time for the 58th annual NH Antiques Week. To mark this year’s celebration of antiquing, we’ve constructed a guide for newbies with advice from experts who’ve played the game of treasure hunting for years.

Pietra Dura Artwork

This Italian stone inlay differs from mosaics because no grout is used in the seams.

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.
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