Antique French Industrial Series Waterwheel and weather station by Guilmet. - Gavin Douglas Antiques
Antique French Industrial Series Waterwheel and weather station by Guilmet. at Gavin Douglas Fine Antiques Ltd. in London, specialists in antique clocks and decorative gilt bronze
Funny Demotivational Posters (32 pics)
A selection of funny demotivational posters. And there are hundreds of such pictures in our archive of demotivational posters. A selection of funny demotivational posters. And there are hun
Norwegian Antiques and Decorative Pieces – Ryder Antiques
Buy French antique decorative pieces from Ryder Antiques. Featuring French empire tray, French hand painted tole tray, antique French books at affordable price in USA and Canada.
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Pair of miniature paint-decorated lift-top chests Pennsylvania, Possibly Lebanon County, circa 1840 Pine and cherry, inlaid bone escutcheons, original painted decoration, 5 x 8 ¼ x 4 ¾ and 5 ¼ x 8 ½ x 5 inches. Each chest bears a paper label inscribed "Samuel Ruth." PROVENANCE: Steven F. Still. Est. $3,000-$5,000
ANTIQUES ROADSHOW Experts on Objects
ANTIQUES ROADSHOW one of my favourite programmes has been on British tv since 1979. My favourite expert has to be Geoffrey Munn the jewellery expert, I love the way he talks about each item, his passion and love for jewellery is so poetic, would love to meet him
Centre County, Pennsylvania painted pine dower c - Apr 25, 2014 | Pook & Pook, Inc. in PA
Centre County, Pennsylvania painted pine dower chest, dated 1814, the front with a large panel of a spread winged eag... on Apr 25, 2014
Jim Morrison inscribed book featured on Antique Roadshow. Jim gave this signed book of magic to his roommate at FSU for a Christmas gift. He kept it all these years. It was valued at $8-$10,000!!!
Bowled Over By Burl
As boys growing up in New York’s Mohawk Valley, the twins hacked, gouged scraped without much success. “Dad sawed a burl off the side of a tree we hollowed it out with a chisel hammer,” recalls Leslie, who, together with brother Leigh, filled the cavity with charcoal briquettes fired it up. To keep the coals red hot, “We fanned them with a hair dryer,” he recalls, while cradling the creation scarred by fire, rugged chain-saw marks an old bullet hole. The Keno Twins