inApril 17, 2009 - 4:20pm
A Collection of Sugars and Creamers from Various Makers...
inApril 17, 2009 - 12:33pm
Diamond is the birthstone for April, and Ruby Lane presents you with the opportunity to buy diamonds which have been cut in many different shapes, and in different styles.
inApril 16, 2009 - 4:16pm
QUESTION: I have an old aluminum one-cup measuring cup that says, “SWANS DOWN CAKE FLOUR MAKES BETTER CAKES” on its side. When was this premium issued? – BJ, Andalusia, IL, E-mail Question
inApril 16, 2009 - 4:07pm
I decided to write about the designer credited as the inventor of ready-to-wear for women, Claire McCardell. My interest was piqued when I discovered through various information on the internet that Ms. McCardell was a native of Frederick, Maryland, the town where my mother grew up and where my grandmother, uncles and aunt still reside today.
inApril 16, 2009 - 3:33pm
inApril 15, 2009 - 12:11pm
You've heard it time and time again...a picture says a thousand words. Yet time and time again I see costume jewelry listings online with only two or three pictures and sometimes even those are blurry. Sadly, online buyers fall prey to fraudsters or to sellers who are lax in their descriptions. As a buyer, I need several clear photos to properly examine the jewelry that's not in my hands. If these are not provided I move on. I'm certain most of us have made a disappointing purchase online. I hope I can help you avoid some of those bad buys in the future.
inApril 14, 2009 - 4:13pm
The finest handcrafted jewelry often begins with the highest quality components. This quality however generally comes at a higher cost and that can create a real challenge for jewelry designers trying to provide attractively priced jewelry in these tough economic times. To help our artisan jewelers face this challenge, Ruby Lane has teamed up with Artbeads.com which is offering a special discount to Ruby Lane shop owners.
Harry Rinker: When did you realize you were a serious collector and collecting was more than a passing fancy?
inApril 14, 2009 - 2:07pm
I have the bassinet in which my parents brought me home from the hospital, the crib in which I slept, and highchair in which I sat. I grew up in a culture and family that believes in the two concepts—“it is too good to throw out” and hand-me-downs, a version of recycling.
inApril 14, 2009 - 2:00pm
I have the good fortune of not only being a grandmother ten times over, but a great-grandmother three times with another on the way. Recently, my first great-granddaughter, Bryanna, asked if she and her mother could have a sleepover at my house, as her father was going to be gone for the weekend. Of course, I was delighted and suggested they come for dinner and I would fix their favorite foods.
inApril 14, 2009 - 1:50pm
You have heard and shared this thought. I believe that it is basically true. My problem was that I didn’t seem to know anyone when I started this business. But I have found that taking the time to reach out, befriend, show concern for and help others can make you part of that “in” crowd.