Monthly Archives: August 2003

Guess What? August 2003

Guess What Article for August 2003 The Journal of Antiques & Collectibles By Bob Cahn, “The Primitive Man” If it looks precision made (of bronze), is subtle in accomplishment, powerful within the scope of its compact stature, intriguing to look at and features limited spring action – let’s not over-state the obvious; we’re referring to […]

Johnson & Wales’ Culinary Museum: Greasin' Up the Griddle and Rollin' into History

Johnson & Wales’ Culinary Museum: Greasin’ Up the Griddle and Rollin’ into History – The Journal of Antiques and Collectibles – August 2003 Johnson & Wales’ Culinary Museum in Providence, RI Celebrates 130 Years of Diners Jack Nicholson got angry in one. Kevin Bacon got famous in one. Rosie the Bounty waitress got tidy in one. So […]

So You Want to Be an Antiques Dealer?

So, You Want to be an Antiques Dealer? – Business of Doing Business – The Journal of Antiques and Collectibles -August 2003 by Ed Welch The antiques trade is the easiest of all trades to enter. You do not need a license. No training or level of education is required. No major capital expense is necessary. […]