Tag Archives: Time

Publisher's Corner: August 2017

Journal Of Antiques - Publishers Corner: August2017

Woven Through Time By Maxine Carter-Lome Last year I had the opportunity to visit the Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library in Delaware and get a behind-the-scenes tour of floors not open to the public. The scale and detail of this premier museum of American decorative arts is awe-inspiring, and the ultimate homage to a collector […]

Antiques Peek: March 2016

Antiques Peek: March 2016

Carriage Clocks by Jessica Kosinski Human beings have been interested in time for centuries, but keeping track of how time passes has changed a lot throughout different cultures and time periods. One of the most notable advancements was the invention of the carriage clock. In order to understand why some carriage clocks are still highly […]

The Best of Ed Welch – Your Time and Your Money

The Best of Ed Welch - Your Time and Your Money

The Best of Ed Welch – Your Time and Your Money The Business of Doing Business in Antiques By Ed Welch The antiques trade is time and money intensive. No professional dealer can make a living wage in the antiques trade unless he or she is willing to work 10 to 12 hours a day […]