“They don’t call them second-hand, they call them antiques.” This newly updated website provides tips to help you identify fine art, fine art prints, antique jewelry, silver, and pottery. It also gives sources for additional information and places to sell antiq
News-Antique.com - Aug 12,2014 - “They don’t call them second-hand, they call them antiques.” The title of this article is also the caption from Harper’s Magazine dated April, 1903. It is also the theme of a completely updated website from Specialty Appraisals. Every page has a theme with a background image suited to the page theme. What’s even better is the “Appraise-it-Yourself” page which gives solid tips for identifying prints, silver, pottery, and jewelry. If you visit the “Where to Sell” page you will find sources to value your antique and vintage items. It is updated on a regular basis to provide sellers with great sources to sell on-line.
The internet can be a great source misinformation, but the accuracy of these tips have strong assurance by the background of the website owner, Diana Sanders Cinamon. In addition to being a personal property appraiser for seventeen years, Ms. Cinamon has written three books. She has also taught classes in general antiques, antique jewelry and silver for the entire span of her career.
The rich informative content is enhanced with suggestions where to sell your antique and vintage items on-line at the “Where to Sell” page. Visit http://specialtyappraisals.com for a visually rich and informative experience.