Monthly Archives: May 2004

Guess What? May 2004

Guess What Article for May 2004 The Journal of Antiques & Collectibles By Bob Cahn, “The Primitive Man” Very rarely do we show you something with a “you get what you see” attitude, but this is one of those infrequent occasions. It does nothing on its own, yet the intriguing design structure provided a valuable […]

Grueby: the View From 100 Years

Grueby: the View From 100 Years – The Journal of Antiques and Collectibles – May 2004 By Steve Fales [quote style=”boxed”]”To me there is more true art in a brick made and burnt by one man than there is in the best piece of molded pottery ever made” – William J. Walley[/quote] The World’s Columbian Exposition […]

Researching an Unfamiliar Object

Researching an Unfamiliar Object – Business of Doing Business – The Journal of Antiques and Collectibles – May 2004 By Ed Welch Antique dealers and collectors are sometimes tempted to buy items with unknown identities. They could be rare or previously undocumented examples of something the dealer is already interested in. Identifying a rare example can […]