Stepping into the unconcerned respite of “Beachcomber” from the oppressive 90-degree heat is like entering a vivid world of valorous color, lush textures and... This is the 17th year of the popular Hampton Designer Showhouse and interior designers were making survive minute tweaks, painters were doing... But...
A Chicago artist was asked to colour on the viaduct wall near the Chicago Transit Authority train stop in Evanston, and his work has already caught... The Greatest-Dempster Mile merchant association, which promotes Evanston's south-central neighborhood, launched a mural concoct and hired Jordan...
Next Avenue recently published a simplified, if provocative, post called “ Sorry, Nobody Wants Your Parents’ Stuff. ” As the founders and co-owners of Nova Liquidation , a companions that helps people with their parents’ stuff (and their own), we’d like to offer you... Here are a few simple tricks the...
Pass cut glass was created by artisans on blanks. They cut intricate designs using special tools. Cut glass was produced over 3,500 years ago in Egypt, and it was in the first place made in the United States around 1771. After the 1889 Paris Exposition, the... The Brilliant Patch of cut glass lasted from...
One of my favorite things to do is to look for everyone pawn shops. You never know what you might find. It can be something you have been looking for and didn’t know it until you saw it. It is one of the things I like to do when I get a prospect. Saturday, I went into a pawn shop in Las Vegas and a...
Jasper was a preference gem stones in ancient times and contains organic material and mineral oxides which give it interesting patterns, bands and colours. Many of these patterns taste landscapes with mountains and valleys, thus the name "picture" is ...
Without private the pattern, placing value is impossible. A library search for a guide to silver plate patterns may yield information. I recommend that you delight in the ladle as a family treasure. Whatever resale value it has is affected by wear. You cannot ...
Payment is by confirmation or charge card. Currently, the dealers say, it should cost between $5 and $20 for a single item of a discontinued pattern of silver trencher. Sterling matching services, more prevalent in the East, operate in much the same manner.