inOctober 31, 2013 - 11:08am
I have sold several wooden purses that had been done using the art of decoupage. I have also sold a book written all about decoupage. This really got me to thinking about how popular this art form was in the past and the present , so I did some research about this beautiful art form.
inOctober 30, 2013 - 4:41pm
How do you know if a seller has clear title to an object?
Antiques and collectibles buyers automatically assume every individual selling an object has clear title. It makes no difference if the buyer is a collector, dealer, or auctioneer. No one considers that the object may be stolen, the title in dispute among heirs, or the object has a financial lien placed upon it.
inOctober 29, 2013 - 10:36am
If you’ve not yet visited Polyvore, you are in for a treat! It’s kind of like Pinterest, and kind of like Fab . . . it’s a shopping site, but one where you take the items offered for sale and assemble them into unique “sets” of outfits, accessories, or home décor.
inOctober 29, 2013 - 7:20am
1.) Halloween Black Cat Lantern, $350, click here. 2.) Halloween Party Popper with a Foil Decoration Not Used, $28, click here. 3.) Halloween Rare Witch Composition Candy Container, $365, click here. 4.) Lg Embossed Die-Cut Halloween Decoration Winking Owl, $45, click here. 5.) Halloween Noise Maker Owl & Jack O Lantern, $28, click here. 6.) 19th Century French Black Marble Clock & Garniture Set, $895, click here. 7.) Small Jack O' Lantern with Hat Halloween decoration – German 1920s, $40, click here.
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inOctober 28, 2013 - 10:44am
To most Antique and Collectible dealers – Auctions can be a great place to go spend a day and arrive home with a car load or truck load of merchandise, but, and there is always a big but.. did you get a deal or did you overpay for the item? If you have overpaid, chances are you may not recoup your loss or for that matter even be able to sell the item for what you paid.
inOctober 25, 2013 - 4:24pm
Cindy Brown of Cinsababe's on Ruby Lane
inOctober 24, 2013 - 11:14am
I was catching up with some of my Linkedin groups and came across the incredible and inspirational story of Connor McCrory an eight year old child prodigy more affectionately known as 'The Youngest Picker'.
inOctober 23, 2013 - 3:28pm
In the past, you have written about the concept of the multi-faceted collectible value. Would you explain the concept in more detail?
Collectibles have multi-faceted value. When auctioneers, dealers, collectors and others look at
inOctober 23, 2013 - 12:04pm
1.) Antique Solid Silver .800 Figural Pheasant Decanter, $875, click here. 2.) Amazing French Iron Chandelier, $14,000, click here. 3.) 1847 Rogers ETERNALLY YOURS Silverware Set Vintage 1941 Silver Plate Flatware Dinner Service, $156, click here. 4.) Imperial Cape Cod Stem in Ritz Blue Cobalt, $30, click here. 5.) Wedgwood Brown Turkey with Floral Rim Dinner Plate, $75, click here.
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inOctober 22, 2013 - 10:26am
Ruby Lane Red Tag Sales are spread out throughout the year. Participation by shop owners is optional. I look forward to the sales as they drive business, bring new shoppers to my store, and grow the wish list. Items I have listed often sell after the sale at regular price. Ruby Lane usually chooses mid September, the first Saturday in December, and near or after Mother’s Day for a sale. We also had one in January.