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Treasures: Compote’s Style Not in Fashion, Still Desirable

Treasures In Your Attic: Silver-plated centerpiece is attractive find

Treasures In Your Attic: Bigger is Usually Better with Vanguard Abstract Works

Treasures In Your Attic: Decoys appear to have been repainted, decreasing value

Treasures: Heirloom Vase Likely Made in 1880s or 1890s

Treasures In Your Attic: Saxony Spinning Wheels Fairly Common

Treasures: Lionel Barrymore Prints Were Mass-Produced

Treasures: Lily-Bet Handbag was a Florida Phenomenon

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Treasures: Coralene Vase Likely from Czech Republic or Germany

Longaberger Basket Company Going Out Of Business

Napoleon’s Fetishized Dishes Are the Dark Horse of the Rockefeller Sale at Christie’s

Treasures: Piece Was Meant for a Traveling Scribe

Treasures: A Nice Example of China Carved Soapstone

Treasures: Mahogany Chair

Antiques: Painting’s Chips Slash its Value

Treasures: First Edition of Rare Book a Valuable Find

Cutlery Set is Likely Incomplete

Treasures: Fun Conversation Piece was Mass Produced, but Loved by Some Collectors

Treasures: Cherry Blossom Dish, Ladle is from Noritake

Treasures: Royal China Plates Aren’t What They Seem

Refinishing Job Stripped Larkin Desk of Original Golden Color

Treasures: German Statues Manufactured, Not Done by Specific Artist

Treasures: Paintings are Artwork of Ubina

What You Need To Know About Appraisals and Appraisers

Treasures: Charming Vase has Storied German Roots

Estate Sale Business Challenged by Cut-rate Newcomers

Treasure Hunt

Painting May be from Hunter, Unfinished

Treasures: Vase is artistic example of Japanese moriage

Treasures: Imari Bowl Might not be from Cartier, but it’s Likely Antique

Helaine Fendelman Will be Presenting at this Year’s CSC Symposium

Treasures: Painting May Be From Hunter, Unfinished

Treasures: Wonderful Chest Likely From 1880s Britain

Professional Appraiser Helaine Fendelman Identifies and Evaluates Your Collectibles and Antiques

Treasures In Your Attic: Secretary Desk is a Useful Piece

Treasures In Your Attic: Value of Felix the Cat Toy Entirely Depends on Age

Treasures: Cannon is a Model of Famous Zamzama

Treasures: Post-World War II Rocking Horses Mass Produced

Professional appraiser best bet for finding item’s true value

Treasures In Your Attic: Hall clock is from Scotland

Treasures: Gumball machine has flavorful history

Treasures: Tantalus set is mismatched but attractive

Treasures: Statue likely less than 50 years old has decorative value

Treasures: Bohemian Lamp is Delightful

Treasures: Vase was likely mass produced in 1940s

Treasures: Butterfly pieces unusual, but not unusual enough to be worth a lot

Treasures: Bronze tiger is a fierce find

Treasures In Your Attic: Animals most likely not 2,000 years old

Treasures In Your Attic: Fulper pottery is still collectible

Treasures: Art Nouveau buffet piece may be gorgeous, but not Gaillard’s

Treasures: Sideboard most likely not from Washington’s cabinet

Treasures: reversed lamp is wonderful old piece

Treasures in your Attic: Condition depletes value of Manchester reader’s vases

Treasures: Turner Sketch Lower in Value Because of Subjects

Treasures: Rendition of ‘Bronco Busters’ likely not ‘original’

Treasures: Nothing Mysterious About Pair Vases; They Turn Out to be ‘Cheapwares’

Notch market: “The Myths and Meanings of Tramp Art”

Don Quixote Lamp is Nice, but Repurposed

Empire Radio Now Interview

Treasures: Collectors Love Folk Design of Pie Safes

Treasures: Slant-Top Desks Used to be More Valuable

Treasures: Chocolate Set is the Real Deal

Treasures: Charming Artwork must be seen in Person to Determine True Value

Treasures: Seals Can Hold Many Meanings

Treasures: Parian Piece is charming, good quality

Treasures: Slag Table Lamp is Missing Parts

Handkerchief was Likely Purchased Souvenir from Lindbergh Celebration

Treasures: Value of Painting Could Change

Treasures: ‘Snow White’ Book is a Collectible Copy

Treasures: Rococo-Style Mirror is a Fine Piece

Silver Sugar Sifter a Great Find, but Needs Work

Treasures: Plate more likely Bohemian than Russian

Treasures: Indian souvenir plates are beautiful, but not antiques

Treasures: Berry Bowl is not True Cut Glass

Treasures: ‘Fainting couch’ is a True Novelty Piece

Treasures: Hand-painted Plate Beautiful Example of White Lusterless Art Glass

Treasures: Vase Set is Attractive, but Seal Mark is a Fraud

Treasures: Charming Lion Piece is a Cheap Barye Copy

Treasures: 25 Things In Your Attic That Are Worth a Lot of Money

Treasures: Attractive Wing Chair not an Antique

Treasures: Alvar Lithograph is an Attractive Original

How to Sell More, The Smart Way

CNN: The most expensive handbag ever sold, Diamond-encrusted Hermes Birkin sells for over $300K

Treasures: Teapot is Attractive But Has Modest Value

ABC News: Valuable Treasures in Your Attic

Scavenging at Dead Horse Bay

Treasures: Whimsical 19th-Century Rug is a Fine Piece

Treasures: Flower Basket Bookend is a Charming Piece

Treasures: Ribbon Doll has Roots in Chic 19th-Century Magazine

Treasures in Your Attic: Container Was Used to Conceal Jams, Condensed Milk

Treasures: Attractive China Cabinet Adds to Charms of Early English Set

Treasures: Garniture Set Likely Made in Post-WWII Italy

Treasures: Cherished Vase Likely Arrived to US During WWI

Treasures: Clothes Would Make this Boudoir Doll More Valuable

Treasures: Eight-panel Coromandel Screen is an Eye-Catcher

Treasures: Bust of Beatrice Portinari was Mass Produced

Treasures: Credenza is Beautiful, but Currently Out of Style

Treasures: Glassware Pieces Churned Out in Vast Quantities

Treasures: Rug from Iran Needs In-Person Inspection