Georgian Jewelry: Impacted by an Ever-Changing Time in History


The Georgian period, from 1714 to 1837, is an intriguing and interesting part of our history. It would best be explained as a critical time of change and rapid growth… Read More


2016 Spring Jewelry Trend – Statement Earrings

This spring season, the runways and red carpets are heating up with the newest fashion trend, statement earrings and shoulder dusters. Out are the days of minimal and delicate pieces…. Read More


The Jewelry History Series Has Big Plans for a Third Year

U.S. Antique Shows’ commitment to supporting ongoing education in the antiques community is prevalent at the multiple special events they host throughout the year, such as booth talks, Appraisal Day… Read More


The Lure of Fancy Colored Diamonds

When you think of a diamond, what is the first thing that comes to mind? Love? Marriage? Engagement? Lifelong commitment? In today’s society, diamonds are recognized as the traditional symbol… Read More


The Appraiser’s Diary: Don’t Tell Your Parents to Stop Collecting

By Rachel Hoffman, Antiques Young Gun, Doll Specialist, and Certified Appraiser As an appraiser, I look at a lot of collections. I many times must explain that this collection, or single… Read More


The Appraiser’s Diary: Why Do We Collect?

By Rachel Hoffman, Antiques Young Gun, Doll Specialist, and Certified Appraiser When you think of the word “antique” – is it daunting? I know it was for me when I started… Read More


Andrew Skipper: Young, Passionate and Design Focused

At just 29 years old, Andrew Skipper’s career experience and knowledge rivals those twice his age. Interior designer, antique dealer, blogger, freelance writer, and TV host are the list of… Read More


View on Vintage Designs from Three Fashion Experts

If the statement is true that history does repeat itself, then fashion, in all senses of the word, would be a guilty party. We know today that fashion designers throughout… Read More


7 Things You Should Know About Bulgari

Jewelry has always been an important part of our culture. Even from the times when humans first started using clothes and tools about 100,000 years ago, jewelry was produced from… Read More


Fine Dining With Antiques

By  Assistant Editor of Antiques & The Arts Weekly, Andrea Valluzzo Antiques collectors know better to put anything on their calendars the third week of January except one thing…for that is… Read More

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