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Heritage Antiques Announces Charlotte's Newest French & English Antiques Dealer -By

Summary: Heritage Antiques is pleased to announce the opening of Charlottes most distinctive antique store in the beautiful Myers Park neighborhood of Charlotte. Heritage Antiques offers fine 18th and 19th century antique furniture, paintings, mirrors, lighting, garden antiques and decorative accessories from France, England and other countries.

Artfact Launches Free Fine Art Database -By

Summary: Artfact, the largest and most complete database of antiques and fine art auction sales results in the world, announces the introduction of Artfact Fine Art. This complimentary service offers access to summary auction records on almost 50,000 American and European artists with realized prices, original auction estimates, dimensions, brief descriptions, and any available images for the complete range of paintings, sculpture, works on paper, prints and photography.

Artfact now open for international registrations -By

Summary:, the largest and most complete database of antiques and art auction sales results in the world, now accepts international registrations and subscriptions.

The Most Frequently Purchased Antiques and Collectibles of 2004 

Summary: What kind of antiques and collectibles were online customer buying in 2004? We've got the numbers from over 800 Web sites. Announces Dramatic New Services and Improvements -By

Summary:, a comprehensive online database of fine art and antique auction records, announces a wide array of new services offering unparalleled access to auction sales information. Artfact offers past and future antique and fine art auction records from hundreds of auction houses, and will be a vital resource for dealers, appraisers, auctioneers, museums, insurance companies and collectors.

Boston's new leader in antiques launches extensive website! ! -By

Summary: A great selection of unique furnishings, rare finds, home decor and accessories awaits you. Antiques Etc is more than your typical antique store. A real "blue collar shop" - keeping both selection and cost in mind. If you haven't been in lately... then you haven't been in at!

30% Increase in Holiday Purchases of Antiques & Collectibles -By

Summary: Online Holiday sales of antiques and collectibles up 30% over last year.

MAD magazine #1 sells for $25,000 online -By

Summary: today released a list of unusual and rare antiques and collectibles that their merchants sold online in 2003. One of these items included a $25,000 copy of MAD magazine.

Chinese Works of Art Gallery with a unique collection of rare chinese antiques opens on the upper eastside of Manhattan.  

Summary: Peter Li and Rafael Martinez, a private collector of Chinese works of art for 19 years open a gallery on York Avenue in New York City. The items for sale are impressive in style and uniqueness.

Collector's Auction of Teapots, Sterling Silver, Jewelry, Pottery, Antiques -By

Summary: Bob & Sallie Connelly will auction teapots, pottery and china, glassware, furniture, sterling silver, dolls, jewelry, watches and antiques in Binghamton on Friday, July 23, 2004.

Authentic Antique Asian Weapons come to America -By

Summary: Kung-Fu Master Michael Parrella and Mr. Gerry Demarco launch their website, offering rare and antique weapons from China and Japan. Until now, it was almost impossible to purchase these wonderful antiques from the strict shipping regulations in China. Due to an expanding market and a great interest from Westerners, several of Chinas most reputable antique dealers have agreed to release to the public these treasured historic pieces.

New items added to More Neat Stuff - Antiques and Collectibles -By

Summary: New items added to our antiques and collectibles shop.


Summary: With headlines of war and economic strain, many people are turning to the comfort of rural America, if only for a brief slice of the rural pie. Serena Thompson and Teri Edwards, two stay-at-home moms in Washington State, have found a way to create an event connecting city dwellers with farm country. The Farm Chicks Antiques Show and Marketplace held twice yearly in Fairfield draws attendees from all over the country. The show features antiques, collectibles, farm goods, live folksy music and good food. Thompson and Edwards say its the setting that draws the crowds.

Norway Comes to San Francisco during Norway Day Festival - Featuring Norwegian Sensation Sissel -By

Summary: Norway Comes to San Francisco during Norway Day Festival, May 8-9, 2004 at Crissy Field in San Francisco. The two-day festival will feature Norwegian spirits, food, music, fashion, art, and over 50 vendors. This years festival concludes with a concert featuring Sissel, Norway's singing sensation.

"Forgotten Faces" Becomes the First Book to Present and Preserve Lost American History and Precious Immigrant Art Vanishing from our Country's Heritage and in Danger of Being Lost Forever. -By

Summary: Ron Horne's new book, "Forgotten Faces A Window Into Our Immigrant Past" reveals for the first time, rare photographs from the turn of the 20th century still perfectly preserved despite being outdoors for almost a century. Overlooked by historians and artists alike, enameled photo-ceramic memorial portraits mounted on tombstones present a stunningly beautiful and uniquely engaging art form rich in American immigrant history. Yet this valued treasure of our nation's legacy is disappearing due to neglect and vandalism before it can be researched, documented and preserved.

Show Attendees to Learn the Latest Lifestyle Trends in Home Design -By

Summary: Home improvement lovers will have the opportunity to attend informative seminars on such topics as log homes, home organization, home improvement loans, and trends in kitchen design and remodeling during the Central Virginia Home and Better Living Show from January 23-25, 2004. They will also be able to visit exhibits of custom cabinetry for the kitchen and bath, mahogany furniture and antiques, childrens playsets, patio rooms, and hundreds of other products for better living.

Artfact Offers Free Online Art Research Tools -By

Summary: Artfact offers a wealth of free information, including artists bios and definitions for fine art and design styles and movements. With complimentary registration, visitors can access a database of summary auction records, and free unlimited searches of upcoming auctions.

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