Monthly Archives: April 2021

Tips to Value Gold Plated and Silver Plated Antiques


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Marks to Know for Antique Silver-plate and Gold-plate If you have been trying to sell antique jewelry, you probably have come across terms such as gold-plate and silver-plate. These terms also will be used for other antiques, especially silver-plate as it is quite common. It is important that you know a few things about gold […]

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Henry Moore Bronze Sculpture? Important Things To Know


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Born in 1898 in Castleford, Yorkshire, Henry Spencer Moore grew up to be an English sculptor and artist, and happened to be the most influential and famous sculptor of his generation. His father wanted to avoid having his children work in the mines and so he did everything he could to ensure his children were […]

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The Work of Charles M. Russell


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Understanding the art by Charles Russell Charles M. Russell, one of the most famous artists in the American West, created paintings and bronze works of art which are familiar pieces to millions of people and very prized by collectors. Overall, Russell created more than 2,000 paintings of cowboys, Indians and landscapes that are specific to the […]

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Henri Matisse Cut Out Sculptures


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How Matisse Developed His Cut Out Sculptures Henri Matisse was born in 1869 and was a French draughtsman, printmaker and sculptor known for his use of color, but he was most widely known as a painter. Matisse was born in Le Cateau-Cambresis in the Nord department of northern France. He was the oldest son of […]

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How to Identify Collectible Enamel


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Historical Background of Enamel Collectibles First used on small pieces of jewelry, enamel is not paint but a thin coat of glass. Once applied to a metal and heated to high temperatures, will melt and become fused to the metal. This is similar to how ceramic glazes adhere to pottery. Pure gold, silver and copper […]

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