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Antique Halloween Decorations
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The black cat and bird on a fence post Halloween window decoration, above, sold on eBay last month for $1,608. It received 24 competitive bids. The witch holding a broom chocolate mold, bottom photo, also sold on eBay last month for $257. The item had 10 bidders.
Knowing the value of antique Halloween decorations may encourage some readers to be on the lookout for such things when shop-
ping for collectibles. If you should come across a stack of authentic old postcards and decorations bearing seemingly worthless Halloween themes, remember, many of these items can be worth hundreds of dollars or more. Among the desirable most examples of old H a l l o w e e n decorations are those that were made in Germany from 1919 to 1935, for export to the United States. Early German paper mache and pumpkins Red Devil Jack-OLanterns are very valuable. A heavily embossed antique
window decoration of a black cat and a bird on a fence sold on ebay last month for $1,608. Early Halloween decorations made by the Beistle Company of Pennsylvania, and the Dennison Mfg. Co. of Massachusetts, are also in high demand. Each company is still in business. Prices can be expensive for this collecting niche, yet, from postcards to candy containers, antique Halloween collectibles in decent condition generally sells for $20 or less. If you can find an early Halloween decoration for a few dollars at a garage sale, buy it. You can then give it away to your collector friend, sell it on eBay, make a profit, or just add it to your collection.
The Family Fight - Planning to Avoid It "The Family FightPlanning to Avoid It, A No Nonsense Guide To Wills & Estates," by Barry Fish and Les Kotzer, has much to offer anyone who may be seeking direction and advice on how to write a will. Kotzer says, "money, family, and death make a combustible combination." When dealing with the aftermath of a death in the family, not having a will can divide a family over heated squabbles of who gets what from an estate? "Mom said I could have this," and similar
refrains that lay claims to the most expensive and most cherished heirlooms of an estate are often tossed back and forth when family members fight over "grandma's stuff," "mom's jewelry," or "dad's 1965 Mustang." It can get ugly. Fish and Kotzer's Visit: www.familyfight.com for book provides plenty more information. of examples of family members scheming and fussing among themselves over an estate. Most importantly, the book offers an assortment of strategies one can use to ensure their last wishes and instructions are safeguarded.
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Rio Grande Street
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600 South GAS
Little America Grand Hotel
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600 South ONE WAY Rodeway Inn
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Matheson Courthouse GAS
300 East 300 South
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The Gateway Rio Grande Depot
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Spring Moble Ballpark
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Popular Salt Lake City Antiques & Collectibles Shopping Destinations 1. Country Home Antiques 8. Kaiser's BBQ & General Store 9. Beehive Collectors Gallery 2. Eborn Rare Books 10. Home Again 3. All About Coins 4. Utah Book & Magazine 11. The Green Ant 5. Urban Vintage Antiques 12. Ken Sanders Rare Books 6. City Creek Antiques 13. Hoofiedogs 7. S.E.L.L. Antiques
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Architectural Salvage Projects
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Architectural salvage refers to antique materials removed from old buildings and homes that are facing demolition. With the interest in recycled products, many fine old pieces of hardware, tin ceiling panels, decorative wood elements, and ceramic tile can be found at salvage yards and junk stores. Salvaged materials can enhance many types of interior decoration: • A country style decorating scheme is enhanced with the use of salvaged objects for a rustic appeal. • Minimalist styles, with their clean lines and neutral colors benefit from the addition of unique architectural salvaged pieces. The current trend, influenced by an environmental theme, is underscored by the use of recycled items. • An eclectic, Old World, or Bohemian look just screams for a piece of framed tin ceiling panel, antique woodwork, or old fixtures. You do not have to be an artist to produce an interesting wall hanging, sculpture, or decorative accessory made with salvaged objects. There are many projects that you can put together yourself using the tools you have on hand and a little creativity.
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• Tin ceiling panels are easily cut with tin snips and can be bent into new shapes. Fold tin around a frame for a distinctive piece of wall art. Make a box for a plant or pens. Tin ceiling tiles can make a quaint roof for a rustic bird house. • Old wooden spindles - mount a bird house or feeder on old wood spindles. Use one as a lamp base or towel rack. • Salvaged ceramic tile make a beautiful back splash for a kitchen or bathroom sink. Lovely old tiles look great in a mosaic piece or mixed with modern tiles for a distinctive look. • Antique metal hardware can be used in sculpture, 3D collages, or mounted on old wood as coat hooks. Replace drawer pulls with old, salvaged drawer pulls to turn a plain dresser into a charming piece of furniture. • An antique sink can be used as a sink or set outside as a bird bath or whimsical plant container. Once you get the hang of using architectural salvage, new ideas just keep popping up - enhancing your creative spirit and having a bit of fun with environmentally sustainable practices.
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Butch Cassidy's Gun Sells At Auction This image provided by RMK Auctions shows a Colt .45 SAA revolver that belonged to Robert LeRoy Parker, better known as Butch Cassidy, the legendary bank thief, train robber, and leader of the Wild Bunch Gang. RMK Auctions said the gun sold at auction to an anonymous online bidder for $175,000 Sept. 30. Cassidy surrendered the revolver to Utah authorities in 1899, in an attempt to gain amnesty and leave his life of crime.
Cat's Cradle's Halloween Collectibles
The Estate Sale 4590 Harrison Blvd. Ogden UT 84403
(801) 940-4075 • www.estate-sale-antiques.com We have 6,000 sq. ft. of shopping space. Open Monday through Saturday, 11-6 pm.
Cat's Cradle Antiques in Provo, sells some of the most unique antiques in Utah. In addition to the Victorian dolls, vintage jewelry and the many rare and hard-to-find treasures available there, the store offers one of the best selection of antique German Halloween memorabilia. Find time to visit. For more information, call (801) 374-1832.
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According to Tony Hyman, most people don't know they are sitting on a pile of money. Hyman, a nationally renowned expert on antiques and collectibles, tells people to look around their homes for items collectors and dealers want to buy. But the secret he says is knowing who to sell to once you know which items might be worth something. To help people out, Hyman sells the book he penned, Trash or Treasure, for $29.95 plus $4.50, for shipping and handling. The book contains the "inside scoop on the hidden treasures that may be hiding in people's homes," ALL OUR along with names CLOTHING! and phone numbers of those folks who are buying everything up. Hyman says nothing has a dollar OUR value until you sell your treasure. "To FURNITURE get the most money SELECTION! you have to know www.labelleconsignment.com who to sell to."
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American television icon Fred G. Sanford, the crafty and manipulative junk man and antique dealer from South-Central Los Angeles, on the 1970s television show Sanford and Son, made buying and selling junk cool with a big laugh. Fred, played by funny man and long time stand-up comedian Redd Foxx, and his son Lamont, played by Demond Wilson, Highest Cash Paid!
entertained America from 1972 to 1977, with situation comedy based on a junk business where they bought junk and sold antiques. Fred, an over-thehill junk dealer, was happy with his little business and the marginal income it provided him. Lamont, on the other hand, was looking to better himself by getting out of the junk business and trying something more challenging and hopefully, more lucrative. Fred, whose wife, Elizabeth, had died some years before,
would do anything to keep his son from deserting him and the business. Every time Lamont threatened to leave, Fred would fake a heart attack and start moaning, "I'm coming, Elizabeth, I'm coming." Fred had a steady girlfriend in nurse Donna Harris, whom he was always promising to marry, and he was constantly at odds with Aunt Esther, his late wife's sister. Sanford and Son was based on the successful British TV comedy, Steptoe and Son.
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Pennsylvania Dutch Hope Chests The dower chest, better known as a hope chest or blanket chest today, is referred to by the Pennsylvania Dutch as Ausschteier Kischt. This piece of furniture is the most cherished and most representative of the Germanic immigrants who came to live in Pennsylvania during the late 17th, 18th and 19th centuries. Young girls between the ages of eight to ten were given hope chests inscribed with their names and usually the date of presentation. This storage chest was filled with household items that the girl made, was given or purchased in
anticipation of her future marriage. On her wedding day, this completely filled hope chest was proudly placed in the “Wedding Wagon” to be taken to her new home. Items would have included blankets, bed linens, baby clothes, quilts and some family heirlooms. The design styles,
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dimensions and construction types differ among these hope chests which shows that the craftsmen did not copy each other's work. The foot design changes from dower chest to dower chest with a large variety of bracket feet, rounded ball feet or no feet at all. Some hope chests had two or three drawers along the bottom, while others had none. Many blanket chests had inlay designs or special painted designs.
The painted designs on some of these hope chests are very elaborate which has enabled historians to be able to categorize them by region and to recognize specific craftsmen. These dower chest designs included the use of inlaid leaf and flower motifs,
unicorns, hearts, birds, hex designs to ward off evil spirits, flower designs mainly of roses or tulips, the name of the girl receiving the hope chest and the date that the hope chest was presented. The two common elements of these hope Continue on page 15
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Weekends Visit the Redwood Swap Meet, 3688 South Redwood, West Valley City, (801) 972-2124. Weekends Motor-Vu Swap Meet, Sat. & Sun. 8-1pm, www. motorvu. com. Dealer info. (801) 394-1768. Find us at 5368 South 1050 West, Riverdale. Weekends Fantastic Indoor Swap Meet, 1717 S. Decatur Blvd., Las Vegas, NV. Ongoing Military exhibits, Fort Douglas Military Museum, 31 Potter Street, SLC, (801) 581-1251.
October 19, 20, 21 "The Original Salt Lake City Antiques Show," Southtowne Expo Center, 9575 S. State Street, Sandy, UT, (303) 595-0812. Explore old photographs, books, and maps at the Rio Grande Depot Research Ctr., 300 S. Rio Grande Street, 801-533-3500, SLC.
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Sophie Soprano, Lee Bennion and Kathleen Peterson Three Spring City Artists Exhibition David Ericson Gallery 418 South 200 West • Salt Lake City Reception: November 16, 6:30 PM • 801.533.8245
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Antiques • Art • Books • Dining • Collecting Page 10 October 21, 22 "49th Annual Utah Numismatic Society Coin Show," SLCC Miller Conference Center, 9750 S. 300 W., Sandy, UT. Chase Museum of Utah Folk Art is located inside Liberty Park, 900 S. 500 E., Fine exhibits of Utah Folk Art, SLC, (801) 533-5760.
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Ongoing Exhibit Wendover Air Field, 345 S. AirportApron, Wendover, UT, (435) 665-2308. October 22-26 "Family History Library Retreat 2012," Salt Lake Plaza Hotel, 122 W. South Temple, SLC. October 26, 27, 28 "Denver Coin Expo," National Western Complex Expo Hall, 4655 Humboldt St. .(I-70 & Brighton Blvd) Denver, CO, (719) 275-0585. October 26, 27, 28 "World Wide Annual Antique Show & Sale," Denver Merchandise Mart," Expo Building, Denver, CO, (303) 292-6278.
October 31 - Nov. 4 "18th Annual Heber City Cowboy Poetry Gathering and Buckaroo Fair," Heber City, UT, (435) 654-3666. PBS History Detectives: New episodes airs on Tuesdays at 10:00 p.m. Check your local PBS listings.
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November 3 "THE SAN FRANCISCO FALL ANTIQUES SHOW," Benefiting Enterprise for High School Students Fort Mason Ctr., Festival Pavilion Marina Boulevard at Buchanan St., San Francisco, CA, (415) 989-9019. Springville Museum of Art, 126 E. 400 S., Springville, UT, (801) 489-2727. Ongoing Classes, workshops, concerts and rituals for pagans and the curious, Crone's Hollow, 2470 S. Main, SLC. Coming Soon February 1st, 2nd, 2013, "Utah Stamp Show," - New Location: Son's of the Utah Pioneer Building, 3301 East 2920 South, Salt Lake City. Ogden Art Stroll 1st Friday of each month. Begin at the Union Station or Eccles Art Center, and continue on to the various galleries on 25th Street. Park City Last Fridays Arts Stroll: Tickets and map of participating art galleries are available at the Kimball Art Center, 638 Park Ave. Google Earth Project Visit the world’s greatest museums Online via Google’s Art Project. www. googleartproject. com. Shopping Made Easier Make a day of shopping for treasures on historic 25th Street in Ogden, or downtown Salt Lake City via Utah’s Front Runner service. Call (888) RIDEUTAH. Featured Artist Darlene Hamblin is the featured artist for the month of October, Gallery 25, 268 Historic 25th Street, Ogden.
We’ll pay top dollar for unwanted GOLD! Pawn Broker Exchange 158 S. State Street, SLC
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10. Cat’s Cradle Antiques/Provo 11. Finer Consigner Store/Pleasant Grove 12. The Estate Sale/Ogden 13. Hidden Treasures Antiques/Logan 14. Sophie’s Black Sheep Gallery/Spring City 15. Edelweiss Gallery/Midway 16. Legacy Estate Sales/Midway 17. Bannock County Museum/Pocatello 18. River Bend Appraisals/Ogden
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For Collecting Enthusiasts in the Mountain West Check us out! Hoofiedog's Collectibles and Good Deals, 1594 S. State Street, SLC, 801-467-3325. Let our advertisers know you saw their ad in the WAC! Mom’s Stuff is an all-natural hand and foot salve for anyone who's hands and feet need relief: Web site: www.momsstuffsalve.com
Please Help Us! We're seeking historic photos of early Spring City, UT. If you have any photos of buildings or homes that are now gone or family photos taken in Spring City, call Kaye Watson at 435-462-2211. See our new arrivals from Pennsylvania, thousands of antiques and collectibles, Abby’s Antiques, 180 31st Street, Ogden.
My Finer Consigner Store is accepting quality items, 801-701-0603, Pleasant Grove. We sell fine antique furniture at half the price of large city antique stores. Come see for yourself at Olden Daze Antiques, 506 S. Main, Brigham City.
Seeking Utah law enforcement memorabilia, call Mike Ross, 801-799-3000, SLC.
Professional certified personal property appraisals. Specializing in antique appraisals and estate sales. Let me work for you! Call for appointment, June Est at River Bend Appraisals, Ogden, 801.540.6903. Email: RiverBendAppraisals@live. com
Come have fun at the Motor-Vu Swap Meet every weekend, 5368 S. 1050 W., Riverdale, 801-394-1768. Auntie Bling Bling's is American Fork’s most popular consignment shop 35 S. 100 E., 801-756-7046.
Coin, token and antique bottle appraisals, call Bob Campbell, 801-467-8636, SLC.
We offer house blessings, call for more information, The Cosmic Spiral, 920 E. 900 S., 801-509-1043, SLC.
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ART FOR SALE Edelweiss
Gallery is selling paintings by early Utah artist Florence W a r e . Available: paintings by Steven Lee Adams, Doyle Shaw, Carol Shaw, Daniel Murri, Milton Wassmer, and Sherry Omans. See at 65 E. Main, (435) 654-1335. Tuesday-Friday 12-5, Saturday 11-3, Midway.
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Antique Pillows • Armoires • Tins Utensils Samplers • Pond Yachts Original Art • Dressers • Mirrors Painted Chests • Tables • Buffets Dressers • Trunks • Majolica Blue & White Dinnerware • Boxes Kitchenware • Staffordshire Candlesticks and a warehouse full of additional pieces! Open Tuesday - Saturday, 1:00-5:30 or by appointment.
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Elvis, Beatles, B. Young, T. Jefferson & more at B. Ashworth, 55 N. University Mall, 801-368-6001, Provo.
Buy & Sell Used & New Books, Christensen’s Department Store, 56 W. Main Street, American Fork, 801-809-2350.
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Eborn Rare Books, 254 S. Main Street, SLC. See us for new, used, rare, outof-print, buy, sell, consign-ment, all subjects. Find us inside the Provo Town Square, Suite 120, 55 N. University, Brent Ashworth’s Books, Provo. Ken Sanders Books, Always Buying Quality Books, 268 S. 200 E., 801-521-3819, SLC. Need To Know? We have hundreds of reference books, Civil War, Indian, Western & military history, S.E.L.L. Antiques, 1488 S. State, SLC. Antique Price Guides, over 100 subjects at Abby’s Antique Mall, 180 31st St., Ogden. Rare Books at Utah Books & Magazine, large selection of science fiction, 327 S. Main, 359-4391, SLC.
BREWERIANA Large beer bottle and can opener collection for sale, low price, Hidden Treasures, 435-755-6022, Logan.
COCA-COLA Coca Cola collectibles at Val’s Country Collectibles, 435-734-1116, #45 So. Main, Willard.
Antiques & Collectibles Furniture • Glassware • Pottery • Art • Collectibles Western Items • Depression Glass • Tables Buying One Item Or An Entire Estate!
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LaBelle Consignment, 8699 S. Highland Dr., new arrivals daily, 801-942-2090, SLC. We're accepting quality home decor, Home Consignment, 6088 S. Highland Dr., 801-9988912, SLC. Come see Auntie Bling Bling for the best consignment deals, 801-756-7046.
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October 16, 2012
CUSHMAN SCOOTERS Wanted: Old Cushmans and part, 801-205-9204, WVC.
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Page 14 We buy antique, one item or entire estates, The Estate Sale, 801-940-4075, Ogden.
FASHIONS Buy vintage fashions at The Queen's Attic, inside Auntie Bling-Bling's Consignment Store, 801-756-7046, 35 S. 100 E., American Fork. Check out Unhinged for vintage styled fashions, home decor & more, 1121 E. 2100 S., 801-467-6588, SLC.
FURNITURE Furniture must be 100 years old before it is considered an antique. City Creek Antiques specializes in fine antique furniture, 169 E. 300 S., 801-328-4004, SLC. Now Open For Business: We sell quality home decor, antiques, art and garden accents. La Belle Consignment, 8699 S. Highland Drive, 801.942.2090, SLC. FREE STAND with purchase of any in-stock machine!
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You’ll love our low prices! Home Again Consignment. 2 locations: 2100 S. 1019 E., SLC, 7490 S. 700 W., Midvale. Quality home & garden decor at Right At Home Designs, Inc., 1745 Bonanza Drive, 435-658-2111, Park City. The Country Home Antiques specializes in authentic country pieces in pine & fruitwood from the 18th and 19th century, 1058 E. 900 S., 801-538-0122.
GIFTS Unique inspirational gifts for all occassions at The Cosmic Spiral, 920 E. 900 S., 801-509-1043, SLC.
GORD ART Original gord art by Michael Wages. Email: michaelawages@yahoo. com, Moab.
Vintage Miriam Haskell, cameos, beaded purses, estate jewelry, City Creek Antiques, 801-328-4004. Cash for vintage jewelry, AAA Jewelers, 601 S. State, 901-359-2035, SLC. Fine costume jewelry for sale, Auntie Bling-Bling’s, Consignment Store, 35 S. 100 E., 801-756-7046, American Fork.
LOANS We loan cash on most anything of value. We want to buy old guns. J & N Pawn, 3380 S. Redwood Rd., 972-6691, WVC.
MILITARIA Want To Buy old rusty guns, antique arms. Steve, 554-5120, SLC.
New Inventory - Largest selection of Civil War & Indian Wars Era rifles, pistols, S.E.L.L. Antiques, SLC.
Wanted to Buy: Native art, jewelry, rugs, pottery, beadwork, blankets, kachina. Call 801-979-2685, SLC.
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PORCELAIN 1820s L. Marti Pink Mantel Clock, $950, City Creek Antiques, 169 E. 300 S., SLC. 1900s Brown jug from Black Hawk Liquor House, Dumayne & Millarich, Prop’s, Black Hawk, UTAH email@example.com, Hyrum, UT.
POTTERY We sell Greenware Crocks, Wood-fired Tumblers & Oval Baking Dishes. Horseshoe Mountain Pottery, 278 S. Main, 435-462-2708, Spring City. For more information, call
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PSYCHIC READINGS Tarot Reading, Palmistry, Tea Leaf Reading and more. Find the answers to life's questions at Crone's Hollow, 2470 S Main, SLC.
RESTORATION Abby’s Antiques has large selection of vintage hardware, great prices, 180 31st St, Ogden. Majestic Floors & Design specializes in sink vanities, carpet, tile, stone & hardwood floors, 6083 S. Highland Dr., 801-2720808, SLC.
SLOT MACHINES Collectible Coin Slot Machines, Video Poker Machines, Repairs & Parts. 2 Locations: Midvale, Draper, Recreational Slots, call 801-450-9181. Visit: www.rslots.com.
SPORTS New & vintage sports memorabilia, Christensen’s Department Store, 56 W. Main, American Fork, 801885-5962.
TOKENS & COINS We are dealers of rare coins, currency and tokens, and we sell metal detectors, too. Call All About Coins, 801-467-8636.
VINTAGE VINYL ReSpin Records buys and sells vintage records, turntables, 801-679-2532, Taylorsville.
WANTED TO BUY I'll take your retro furniture off your hands. Call Ron at the Green Ant, 595-1818, SLC. WANTED: $700 for Lagoon Jimi Hendrix Concert Poster. 385-439-9702, SLC. Always buying vintage home and garden decor, one item or an entire estate. Call Josh at Urban Vintage Antiques, 801-674-5437, SLC. Wanted to buy old furniture, guns, top prices paid! Olden Daze Antiques, (435) 7200967, Brigham City.
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Family Heirlooms and What to Do With Them
By Amy Gray
As we opened one box after another of old photos, children’s art work, family heirlooms and other artifacts of lives lived, a client got frustrated with me as I suggested she consider purging some of these items, which had been taking up a lot of space for many years. She exclaimed, “Aren’t you sentimental at all?” My answer was yes; I had a hard time toss-
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ing out my children’s artwork but other than that, not really. I told her the story of the famous 50th birthday diamond ring which goes like this: It’s been a tradition in my family for the mother to give the daughter a diamond cocktail ring upon the daughter’s 50th birthday. This was a gosh-awful looking thing, garish, pretty much unwearable and certainly not my taste. When I was the recipient of this sentimental treasure, I asked my mother if she had ever worn it. Her answer? Perhaps twice in the years it had sat in her jewelry box “But don’t under any circumstances get rid of it,” I was warned. “It belonged to my
great-grandmother and it’s precious.” Because I’m not the sentimental type (except as noted above) I promptly took the ring to a jeweler to see if I could sell it. “This ring is a precious family heirloom,” I told him, “It’s probably worth thousands.” The jeweler looked at the ring closely through his eye piece and then announced, “Actually, it’s pretty much worthless. The diamonds are European cut which is not fashionable now and they’re all broken besides.” The fact that diamonds could break was news to me; I was under Buying the that Pocketimpression Watches Wrist, Watches diamonds were the Unusual Pieces hardest stones on earth. Chronographs (801) 255-6570 What was also news to Leave a message. me, was myanswered. precious All calls will be
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ring was really a piece of junk that had been cherished for no other reason than it was old. I took the ring to a second jeweler who said exactly the same thing as the ﬁrst jeweler, but he offered to take it off my hands for $200. I promptly accepted his offer, bought another ring that I actually liked and now have a new family heirloom to pass onto my daughter. She may even
Pennsylvania Dutch Chests Continued from page 8
chests are the top closing lid and the dark wood staining or paint. Dark coloring was necessary for the design elements to stand out, especially for the inlaid motifs. Beautiful hardwoods of walnut, oak and eastern pine were mainly used in the construction of these finely crafted blanket chests during this early time period. These early American hope chests were not made with cedar on the inside. Cedar linings and bottoms are modern additions craftsmen now use to line their Estate Liquidations & Moving Sales
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blanket chests. This is a favorite feature among buyers since cedar eliminates insect pests and releases a wonderful aroma every time the lid is opened. This fresh smell can be rejuvenated by simply roughing the cedar with small grit sandpaper. Even though society in many regions has discontinued the tradition of parents giving dower chests to their young daughters, many beautifully constructed hope chests are still lovingly given as wedding presents, or as a special gift.
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