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Chamberlain Antiques is actively buying Japanese antiques and works of art. We are particularly interested in Satsuma pottery, fine cloisonné, porcelains, bronze and mixed metal work, as well as samurai swords from the Meiji period and earlier. Owner Joshua Chamberlain is a recognized expert in the difficult field of Asian antiques and has consulted for numerous firms and auction houses. If you have Japanese antiques that you are looking to sell or looking to get an item appraised, please do not hesitate to contact us.

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We have been in the ancient Chinese art trading and consultancy industry for over twenty years. We are well versed in all the different types of Chinese antiques, including porcelain, jade, cloisonne, buddhas, paintings, lacquer, and more.

We are actively seeking high quality Chinese antiques. Whether you are cleaning out an estate or just moving and downsizing or you are a collector looking for help in finding out the current value of your collection, we are happy to help. Email us and we'll get back to you ASAP.

We are interested in Chinese antiques of all kinds, including porcelain, jade, paintings, calligraphy, cloisonne, bronze, buddhas, furniture, lacquer ware, woods and other material works of art. We are also interested in high quality Japanese and South Asian antiques and art work.

The Antiques Depot is actively buying quality antique and used furniture, china, glassware, clocks, lighting, artwork, carpets, military items, collectables, nautical items, bronzes, art glass, garden accessories, and outdoor furniture. We will travel to your location and give you itemized prices for the items that you are interested in selling. There is no charge for this service.

For the past 34 years I have been actively buying and selling American country antiques. I am presently exhibiting at shows through out New England and exhibit in Thos Barlett Antiques) in Chichester NH.I hope you wil find something interesting in my offerings here -- I am happy to send more pictures and answer any questions you might have. You may return items for a full refund within 3 days of receiving them less the cost of shipping and insurance. I accept personal checks, money orders and paypal.

Our Store is open Monday through Saturday, from 10:15 am to 5:15 pm. We are actively buying every week. If you are traveling from a distance a call ahead is advisable. Our items are predominately American, but we also have some English and Irish accessories.

You can ascertain the current range of prices for items exchanged at sales and auctions by consulting the price guides available in bookstores or public libraries. Also, dealers actively engaged in buying and selling antiques, professional appraisers attached to sales galleries, and official appraisers of local probate courts usually can give prevailing price values. Information on providers of these services can be found in collectors' magazines, in the yellow pages of telephone directories, or in other sources available from the reference librarian in your area library. While the organizations named below do not provide appraisals, each publishes a directory of its member appraisers and offers a computerized referral service:

Daniel and Karen Olson have been dealing in early American antiques since the early 1970s. We maintain a full inventory, and actively buy, collect, and sell. Our shop is adjacent to our historic house, our inventory is always priced and accessible. Originally we sold mainly to the trade, but now sell equally to collectors, dealers, and buyers. We have been regular participants in a number of regional 18th and 19th c. American furniture and decorative arts shows since 1982. See our show page for current year venues. Photos on our site are representative of our usual inventory; despite changes in the market, we continue to always have fresh material available. We would welcome your visit next time you are in our area! Please call to let us know you are coming.

Another rare animal sighting was a cobalt stoneware cat in the booth of Christopher and Bernadette Evans Antiques, Waynesboro, Va. The pair grew up in the antiques business, and Chris shared that they have been at York for 14 or 15 years. Appearing almost glasslike from afar, the seated cat was made of molded stoneware with hard incised details and covered with a dark cobalt glaze. It was likely created in the first quarter of the Twentieth Century in Zanesville, Ohio. The cat had some restoration to its ears, but the overall effect made this easy to overlook; it was priced $1,850.

The York Fairgrounds and Convention Center is at 334 Carlisle Avenue. The next York Antiques Show and Sale will be on Friday and Saturday, September 22-23. For information,

David Sterner Antiques is a high end general line antiques business with a penchant for sculpture, figurative objects, ceramics and glass.Based out of Philadelphia, PA we actively buy and sell principally on the East Coast of the US.

For years, the state of Georgia and our surrounding area has been among the most active antique markets in the world. Lots of rich, regional history and a long tradition of local craftsmanship come together to draw droves of antiques buyers to our showrooms year-round.

Whether you are interested in buying furniture, jewelry, coins, decorative, antiques or collectible items, the Mary and Peter hope to offer a one-of-a-kind antiquing and shopping experience. The Beamans are also actively interested in buying gold, silver, coins and other precious metals.

I listed some of the new items on my website and will list more every week. Click Philip Chasen Antiques to take a look. I will make every effort to actively list new items as often as time permits. I always strive to offer the finest objects for sale on my website and at every show. There are many items for sale, sold items with prices and free lessons about glass and lamps. And remember to keep reading my blog.

Over the decades we've bought, sold and brokered the full spectrum of objects in this market on a daily basis. We can advise and guide you on what is in high demand with strong values and most importantly navigate the market for you when selling or buying.

We are Chinese-Asian Art Dealers-Appraisers and specialize in appraising, buying, selling and auctioning all forms of Chinese and Asian porcelain, paintings, bronzes, jades, Chinese robes, carved bamboo and scholar's objects.

Chinese-Asian Art Dealers-Appraisers. we are interested in buying Fine Antique Chinese Famille Rose porcelain of the Qing dynasty including Mandarin, Cantonese, figural and landscape decorated pairs, sets and singles.

We are long established, Licenced Professional Antique Dealers, Antique Buyers and Buyers of Whole Estates. We have some 35+ years experience with downsizing and Deceased Estates and residual effects. We are actively buying now in Toowoomba, Lockyer Valley, Darling Downs, Ipswich, Brisbane, Greater Brisbane, Sunshine Coast, Gold Coast and surrounds.

We are always in the market to buy rare and exquisite sculpture and paintings. Our focuses include the Animaliers (and generally most animal sculpture, though predominantly French, executed circa 1860 through 1940), the Romantics and the Art Deco period. But we are also interested in fine works of art from other periods and movements throughout the 19th and 20th centuries. We also carry a diverse collection of European and American paintings circa 1850 through 1940, but our emphasis remains on 19th century landscapes, the Animal painters and the Barbizon School. If you are looking to sell to us, please have an asking price prepared and all provenance documents, authentication paperwork and/or prior gallery invoices. Send an email to with a single initial image of your item, asking price and any information you have about it. We will reach out with confirmation as soon as the email is received and will reach out for further information after reviewing the item. Generally we will look to either video conference the item or will request specific images before settling on a price.

Written by Dr. Clare McAndrew, founder of Arts Economics, and based on a survey of more than 2,700 collectors in 11 key global markets, conducted in collaboration with UBS, the new report examines the willingness of collectors to travel and attend events post-COVID, as well as their changing sentiment towards buying locally versus internationally. The report also profiles the composition of their collections in terms of gender, artist status, and other key variables; and examines the international trade in art across borders. A Survey of Global Collecting in 2022 continues the research conducted over the past seven years by Art Economics and UBS and is the largest of the surveys conducted to date. 041b061a72

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