Monthly Archives: June 2012

Ken's Korner: Ancient Roman Ships Found in Deep Water

Ancient Roman ships found in deep water Two ancient Roman vessels dating to the third century have been found almost a mile deep off the coast of a small Greek island, an intriguing find because it challenges an accepted theory that ships from that time tended to hug coastal routes rather than risk the open sea. […]

Bringing Nature Into Your Home With Art, Antiques, and Design

Bringing Nature Into Your Home With Art, Antiques, and Design – The Journal of Antiques and Collectibles, June 2012 By Jane Prentiss What better time to write about nature than in the early summer? All through the silent winter and muddy spring we await opening our windows to hear the birds singing and watch the […]

Journal of Antiques and Collectibles: July 2012 Issue

This month’s issue features a look at Native American rings: their history and value as collectibles, by Paula Baxter. The cover features a vibrant selection from Baxter’s collection. These southwestern pieces are both art and souvenirs. Also in this month’s issue, the “Halloween Queen” Pamela E. Apkarian-Russell delves into the virtuous career of the late Gladys Emerson […]