Speaking of Antiquing – August 2016
Wedgwood is more than the collector’s passion it has been for over 250 years, and its creator is more than a mere potter. It is […]
Speaking of Antiquing – July 2016
If you were to travel in the 18th century, you would most likely go by sea, for months at a time. You would pack your belongings in a very large […]
Speaking of Antiquing – May 2016
In the early 1970’s in the Black Hills of South Dakota, with baby in our backpack, we would tramp through the woods in search of old forgotten cabins and homesteads. […]
Speaking of Antiquing – April 2016
Ah, April…typically the most beautiful month of the year. With the sun having warmed- up the air, windows fly open and stay open all day and into the night. We […]
Speaking of Antiquing – March 2016
There’s always been a need to illuminate the darkness, to bring illumination into one’s dwelling. Fast-forward through time, past oil and wick, past whale oil, past Edison’s invention of the […]
Speaking of Antiquing – February 2016
You can picture yourself sitting on that sandy lakeshore while the elegant white swans swim freely on the deep blue water, the majestic snowy mountains […]
Speaking of Antiquing – Dec 2015/Jan 2016
Every so often when my children were growing up, I would declare a HANDMADE ONLY Christmas.
The gifts to each other had to be made by hand by them.
I made […]
Speaking of Antiquing – November 2015
One thing that I find extremely attractive in a home is a well-stocked book shelf. I hope not to be rude when I saunter over and read the spines of […]
Speaking of Antiquing – October 2015
Everyday at the shop, someone calls about or brings in a set of fine China or crystal to sell. It seems as if complete sets of gorgeous […]
Speaking of Antiquing – September 2015
These three words are heard as often as they are misspelled and misunderstood!
knick·knack: a small worthless object, especially a household ornament.
cu·ri·o: a rare, unusual, or intriguing object.
tchotch·ke: a small object […]