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Archive - 2016

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Incase You Missed It: The Five Most Exquisite Booths at the Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show
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Collectibles…Compliments of the Chef
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Cufflinks: Antiques for Gentlemen
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Antiques Investing is in the Bag
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Antiques collecting gets personal
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ANTIQUES: Beginner’s Class on Glass

Incase You Missed It: The Five Most Exquisite Booths at the Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show

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Incase You Missed It:  The Five Most Exquisite Booths at the Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show   Richard Green London, United Kingdom Palm Beach Show, Booth 700/801                 What You Missed: As guests poured in through the main entrance of the Palm Beach Jewelry, Art &[…]

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Collectibles…Compliments of the Chef

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Many years ago, I had a friend who was known for throwing lavish dinner parties. He was a chef in Chicago and his table (routinely seating as many as 15) would be laden with food almost too pretty to eat. But what always stuck out to me was his beautiful array of table linens –[…]

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Cufflinks: Antiques for Gentlemen

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It is a sad point of societal evolution that men’s clothing, particularly formalwear, has, in modern times, become almost a uniform. Black tuxedo, white shirtfront, collar, cuffs and cravat…ok, “tie,” but cravat better fit my alliteration. The point is, for the more expressive dressing gentleman, we are afforded so few opportunities to assert individual taste[…]

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Antiques Investing is in the Bag

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Part of being a savvy collector is not only understanding the current market value of fully-vetted antiques and art pieces, but also being mindful of what may be the “treasure of tomorrow.” This can be tricky and, honestly, sometimes a little counterintuitive. For example, anything new that is billed as a “collectible” should be carefully[…]

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Antiques collecting gets personal

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Many, many years ago (the early 90’s) in a land far away from Palm Beach (Breaux Bridge, LA), I was wandering around a wonderful antiques shop and came across a completely charming little oil portrait on canvas measuring (including the frame) barely 12 ½ x 10 ½ inches. It was utterly elegant in its simplicity;[…]

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ANTIQUES: Beginner’s Class on Glass

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Antique glassware is such a labyrinthine world all its own that I could practically do an entire blog on just that. Marks and makers and patterns and periods can all seem to run together when talking about antiques that, at a distance, all looks essentially the same. For our purposes, I’m going to talk about[…]

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