A resident of Hillsborough, California has used antique wood for the flooring in his new build home. Although his working life centres around the world of finance and high tech, Scott Langmack has spent his (more…)
A rare antique cigarette case was recently bought at a Birmingham antiques fair, dating back to the First World War, with its contents perfectly preserved. The case was discovered by Duncan Philips, who attended the fair on the first day, purchasing the collectors item for £100.
In 1914, Princess Mary, the daughter of King George V and Queen Mary decided to send some (more…)
A vase which was transported to a local Women’s Institute fair in a carrier bag, has turned out to be a rare Chinese artefact worth around half a million pounds. The Dorset pensioner, who remains unnamed, had previously kept the vase as (more…)
Brothers from Hesperia, California have discovered what they believe are photographs of Wyatt Earp from his early childhood to his adulthood. Wyatt Earp was a law enforcer in the Wild West, famously being a survivor of the (more…)
Roger Mackey, a resident of Parkersburg in West Virginia has been collecting antique clocks for over 40 years, spending much of that time repairing and maintaining his precious collection of time pieces. Out of the 400 clocks, which he has collected over the years, about 50 of them will (more…)
Gladewater, a town in East Texas is a thriving community of antiques malls and stores. However, following the recession of the 1980’s, many stores had closed, gone out of business and boarded up. The late Beth Bishop led a group of antiques dealers in a move which would eventually see the town officially recognised as “The Antique Capital of east Texas”.
The dealers started with (more…)