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Treasures: Armand Marseille Doll uses Porcelain that Makes for an Unusual Surface
Dear Helaine and Joe: I am seeking information on a baby doll. It has a porcelain head with a fully formed skull (no wig) measuring 10 inches in diameter and 3 3/4 inches from neck to skull. My doll has blue glass eyes with eyelids that open and close as the head moves. The body […]Read More
Treasures: Woven Silk Pictures Trace Back to mid-1900s
Dear Helaine and Joe: I read your column in the newspaper every weekend and I would like to know more about the two pictures I own. They were inherited from my parents, and I believe they may have inherited them as well. I am told they are silk thread pieces of art, and the best […]Read More
The Jewish Week: How Much is it Worth?
“What do you know about it?” the first person in line is asked. The others, with grimly pursed lips, nervously await their turns to have valuables appraised. “Does it have a pair?” appraiser Helaine Fendelman and her associate Sheri Mason, two well-known fine art and antique appraisers headquartered in Gramercy Park, ask. “Do you like it?” Their […]Read More
Country Living MagazineHelaine Fendelman appraises treasures from reader submissions across the US in Country Living Magazine's longstanding What is it Worth? column.
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