Out with the old, in with the new
- Shopping vessel. // Cabinet Maker;7/29/2005, Issue 5449, p35
Reports on the sale of furniture from a retired New Zealand navy warship F69. Fate of the vessel; Entire ship for sale.
- MIDTOWN'S UPSCALE ADDITION. // Architectural Digest;Sep2000, Vol. 57 Issue 9, p46
Reports on the relocation of antiques shop Philip Colleck to a town house in midtown Manhattan, New York City. Description of the shop; Selection of 18th and 19th century English furniture; Reason for buying the town house.
- ANTIQUE HIDEAWAY. // Architectural Digest;Sep2000, Vol. 57 Issue 9, p54
Presents information on Cache, an antiques showroom in Los Angeles, California. Reproduction of European furniture in the shop; Owner of Cache; Selection of the showroom.
- PARIS FLEA MARKET: LE MARCHÃ‰ AUX PUCES. Spada, Charles // Veranda;May/Jun2006, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p156
The article presents information on the antiques market in France. MarchÃ© aux Puces, located near the old city walls of Paris, is the most famous antiques center in the world. The Puces occupies a very large area, with twelve markets of antiques, consisting of 2,500 shops. A vast quantity of...
- Habitat for History. // Architectural Digest;Jan2005, Vol. 62 Issue 1, p117
Reports that a 1930's chair by Francis Jourdain is one featured chairs at Lili Marleen Antiques shop in New York City. Suggestion that it is a valuable source of 1930's and 1940's furnishings and massive-scale pieces by Charles Dudouyt.
- Mother Lode of Silver: Christ Child. Groer, Annie // Washingtonian Magazine;Aug2008, Vol. 43 Issue 11, p68
The article features the U.S.-based home furnishings store and retailer Christ Child Opportunity Shop. It sells new and antique furniture, china and glassware, sterling and silver-plate artifacts from Washington's cavedwellers and other kitchenware. Details about prices and other brand name...
- Browned off. // Cabinet Maker;5/19/2006, Issue 5488, p51
The article focuses on problems faced by Scottish antique dealers in selling their stock. Younger consumers are opting for minimalist-style furniture so "Brown furniture" meaning wood dating back as far as the late-18th century, has fallen to half its value.
- Corrections. // Maine Antique Digest;Dec2014, Vol. 42 Issue 12, p4-A
Corrections to the articles on Wiscasset, Maine dealer Dennis Raleigh and "When the Flock Landed in Hyannis," in the November 2014 issue are presented.
- Lovely Setting, Improved Results at Second Old York Antiques Show. Safran, Rose // Maine Antique Digest;Dec2009, Vol. 37 Issue 12, p1
The article focuses on the Museums of Old York antique show in York, Maine on September 11-13, 2009. It notes that several dealers commented on how the new venue facilitate attractive displays. It adds that 18 dealers took part in the event which featured American furniture, nautical antiques,...