22 Apr 2021


March 24, 2014 - Filed under: Antiques Advice — Harriet

The Medford Historical Society and Museum will be hosting two talks in the coming weeks that will cover clocks and antiques, both providing some of the background and history of items that attendees may have in (more…)

January 25, 2014 - Filed under: Antiques Advice — Harriet

Around 20 guests and residents of the Sunrise of Mobberley residential home for seniors spent an afternoon at a talk about objects from the past, followed by an (more…)

January 18, 2014 - Filed under: Antiques Advice — Harriet

Valuable and rare antiques recently had to be rescued from Kelmscott Manor, located in the Cotswolds, to avoid being damaged by flooding. The Grade I listed building is next to the River Thames and has flooded in (more…)

November 23, 2013 - Filed under: Antiques Advice — Richard

An item that appeared on a 2010 episode of Antiques Roadshow may have increased in value by more than (more…)

October 14, 2013 - Filed under: Antiques Advice — Harriet

The US-based Middlesex County Historical Society will soon welcome an expert of antique furniture. Peter Gedrys will present (more…)

September 12, 2013 - Filed under: Antiques Advice — David

Celebrity antiques appraiser Dr Lori will be appearing in South Jersey to host one of her many appraisals on 21st September.

South Jersey’s Fall Home Renovation Show is to be held at The Enterprise Centre, with a limited number of free appraisals. People will recognize Dr Lori from Discovery Channel’s Auction Kings, a reality TV show.

The antiques expert is also well-known for her comedic approach to antiques appraisals. Her straight talking approach is unique, combining humour and information. Although Dr Lori is known for her entertaining appraisals, she also gives people tips on how get the highest price for their items, how to negotiate their way through an auction, and how to discover bargains.

Dr Lori started her interest in antiques when she was a young girl, visiting yard sales and flea markets looking for antiques. Her discoveries would often end up in her father’s garage. Dr Lori’s parents encouraged her appreciation of old objects, having lived through World War II. Her decision to specialise in appraisals was inspired by a 75 year old woman who needed money to pay her electricity bill. The woman sold a George Washington document to get the $50 she needed, but the historic item was actually worth $50,000 (£31,000).

With a desire to help others to avoid making that mistake, Dr Lori now appraises around 20,000 items every year. Reputable dealers in the UK have extensive knowledge of antiques, with some in Preston specialising in furniture like antique bookcases.

September 10, 2013 - Filed under: Antiques Advice — Richard

According to one antiques expert, almost half of all antiques bought at live auctions, bidding sites online and antiques fairs could be (more…)

August 23, 2013 - Filed under: Antiques Advice — Harriet

antique cabinets can be extremely valuable and to retain that value, they should be cared for correctly. Incorrect storage or use of the wrong type of cleaning product can (more…)

May 28, 2013 - Filed under: Antiques Advice — Harriet

Brookdale Senior Living in Tennessee held an ‘Antiques in your Attic’ event recently, as an alternative entertainment for residents of the facility.

The appraisers were staff from (more…)

May 27, 2013 - Filed under: Antiques Advice — Richard

The Assistance League of Salem was the beneficiary of an antiques appraisal event held at the Salem Armory recently.

Gary Germer, an antiques appraiser, was (more…)

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