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The Steamer Trunk has been highly sought by families of wealthy, moderate and low incomes for centuries. Turning the old barrel key and lifting the lid of one of these sturdy treasures, compels you to think of the lives of old world travelers. Whether coast to coast or overseas, life View more info ...
By Robert: RKP Antiques   A medieval term meaning "made from the tree", treen, tureen and treen ware denotes any small domestic object such as a goblet, bowl, kitchen too, and other objects around the house. The keyword is small. To qualify for the description tureen, items need to be View more info ...
Art Nouvea, French for "New Art also known as modernism. A break from classical style it was also known as a decadent art. Art Nouvea was developed in Europe and North America around 1880s and 1890s and peaked at the turn of the century. The first focuses on the 1900 View more info ...
Antique Inkwells were used from the Middle Ages until the middle of this century. Each inkwell was crafted from a wide range of materials played significant roles in history and the advancement of civilization. Early scribes dipped pens in inkwells fashioned from horn and leather called inkpots or inkhorns. The View more info ...
The Baccarat crystal company, known for it’s high quality and design, was started in 1764. Within the next century their cut crystal was among the finest made. In 1841 Francois-Eugene de Fontenay discovered that the addition of Nickel Oxide in the glass manufacturing process produced perfectly clear glass must contain View more info ...
André-Charles Boulle (1642-1732) is famous for furniture with a marquetry of tortoiseshell and brass. Although he did not invent the technique, Boulle was its greatest practitioner and gave his name to the practice: boulle work. André-Charles became a furniture maker to the King (ébeniste) before 1666, but in 1672 received View more info ...
Sevres Porcelain factories were established in 1738. kaolin, the white clay indispensable to making true porcelain- the factory only made soft-paste. After kaolin deposits were discovered in Limoges in 1768, Sèvres made both types. To compete with Meissen, the best talent was brought to work at the factory. Soon the View more info ...
GEORGIAN ERA (1790-1831) The Georgian era is the period prior to the Victorian Era that includes the early part of the nineteenth century. In this era  plants and animal themes were popular. This style enjoyed a revival around the beginning of the twentieth century.   VICTORIAN ERA (1837-1901) The term View more info ...
  Georgian Jewelry (1714-1837): Rare and of varying in quality. The period prior to the Victorian Era that includes the early part of the nineteenth century. Georgian jewelry often features leaf shapes, birds, flowers, and other nature-inspired designs. Georgian jewelry can also include stones such as garnets, rose diamonds, coral, View more info ...
Malleries Designer Handbags One of the reasons we decided to start selling AUTHENTIC designer bags and write a review on designer bags was based on the enormous amount of fake designer bags sold on the internet, and the countless innocent people that have sadly been scammed and financially hurt by View more info ...
    Tortoiseshell and Boulle By Antiques & Old World Charms   Tortoiseshell from the shells of turtles, normally the Hawkshill marine turtle found off the coast of Brazil or Indian ocean. The tortoiseshell are mottled in amber, dark brown and red. Its attractive luster have made it a much View more info ...
Antique Ivory Vanity Mirror   Antique Ivory By Antiques & Old World Charms   The translucence, hardness and subtle color shades of ivory have tested the carver's virtuosity since prehistoric times and the craft of ivory carvings has been revered ever since. Carved ivories were used for inlaid decoration as View more info ...
    Enameling / Champleve By Marlene Harris Collection   European enameling, it is believed, was begun in the 13th century. Europeans practicing this craft were unaware that this artistic presentation had been available in the East, particularly China, long before the birth of Christ.   The 16th century marks View more info ...
By Always In Style Luxury Goods A few helpful guidelines in determining if a vintage Speedy Epi is Authentic. Don't make the mistake of comparing different LV models thinking all should be the same, because they are not. Knowledge on the differences of LV models is important to make a View more info ...
 
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