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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

Woman’s Day: Should You Really Pay to Have Your Antiques Appraised?

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

Treasures: Value of Bohemian Vase Depends on Color, Activity of Subject

Treasures: Anglo-Indian Table Great Conversation Piece

Treasures: Family Heirlooms from the Glory Days of Nippon China

Treasures: Figures are not yet Antiques

Treasures: Laughlin-Patterned Dishes Interest Collectors

Treasures: Few Sewing Machines are Rare or Valuable

Treasures: Amateur Decorating on Limoges Plate is ‘Beautiful’

Treasures: Valuable 19th Century Sampler is a Family Record

Treasures: Figurehead is Likely One of Few That Have Survived From 19th Century

Treasures: Balinese Piece Likely Meant for Tourists

Treasures: 1950s Tiny Tears Doll is Collectible

Treasures: Family Record Needlepoint’s History Worth Thousands

Blackamoor Sculptures are Valuable Antiques

Sell This, Not That: How to Manage an Estate Sale

Treasure Hunts: Searching for the Most Sought After Antiques

How to Find the Value of a 1920’s Baccarat Vase

Treasures: International Prohibition of Selling Ivory May Affect Triptych’s Value

Self Storage Finders: Yard Sale Pricing for Newbies

Everything Old is New Again…

Treasures In Your Attic: Captain’s Desk’s Value is a Victim of its Era

Treasures in Your Attic: A German Nativity Set with a Back Story and Some Value

Treasures: Decal on Dinnerware has a Collector Following

Treasures in Your Attic: Familiar Theme in Weller Pieces

Treasures: Capo-di-Monte giftwares are relatively modern

Treasures: Don’t Repaint WWII-Era German Nativity Set for Best Value

Treasures: Kingfisher Flower Frog Common Among Weller Pieces

Treasures in Your Attic: A Long Pedigree for a Relatively New Piece

Treasures: Hybrid Desk is Truly One of a Kind

Amethyst Bowl is a work of Carnival Glass

Cloisonné Bowl with Dragon is Bold but Very Easily Damaged

Limited edition set of ‘Gone with the Wind’ was a personal gift

Headboard and Footboard of ‘Sleigh Bed’ May be Mismatched

Treasures: Weller Vase is Commercial Art Ware with Lovely Arts and Crafts Touches

Valuing Wedgewood Plates is Tricky

Wicker Chair’s Natural Finish Adds Value

Decorative Porcelain Figure May Fare Well in Depressed Market

Treasures: Ginger Jar’s Floral Design Makes it a Highly Desirable Piece

Fendelman Featured on SSF: 7 Tips for Cleaning Out a Home After a Loved One Dies

Treasures: Doulton vase shows superb artistry

Treasures: Two Handled Vase Came from 1880’s Germany

Treasures: Armand Marseille Doll uses Porcelain that Makes for an Unusual Surface

Treasures: Woven Silk Pictures Trace Back to mid-1900s

The Jewish Week: How Much is it Worth?

Treasures: Figural Cream Pitchers were Popular in Early 20th century

Treasures: Limoges Dinnerware Worth Less Than it Should be Compared to Modern China

Treasures: Reticulated Plate More Valuable in a Set of 8

Appraisers Association of America Presents First Belmont Award to Helaine Fendelman

Treasures: Amethyst stone is not to be confused with amethyst glass

Treasures: Stylish midcentury recliner carries an unfamiliar name

Helanine Fendelman: A Stellar Personality. San Jose Mercury News

Treasures: Oak library table is at least a century old

Helaine Fendelman and Joe Rosson: Art from Bali is wonderful to contemplate. Daily Herald

Helaine Fendelman and Joe Rosson: ‘Deer and Dog’ Glassware from the 1870’s. The Republic

Treasures-Candlestick likely a reproduction of Mottahedeh piece.

Helaine Fendelman and Joe Rossen: Did this Fork come over on the Mayflower? Times Herald Record