- Last Updated on Tuesday, 14 July 2015 15:52
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Carnival glass remains quite popular in the antiques market, although it too has experienced a decline in value over the past decade. This dish belongs to a lady in the lower Northern Neck, and her family has owned it since it was new. The dish is in excellent condition, but unfortunately is unmarked.
- Last Updated on Tuesday, 07 July 2015 13:28
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A lady in White Stone inherited this octagonal Victorian Staffordshire platter from her grandmother many years ago. It is in perfect condition with no chips, cracks or crazing.
- Last Updated on Tuesday, 23 June 2015 11:01
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The owner of this cup and saucer had one of the handles repaired shortly after purchasing them, and now questions whether to have a chip on the rim restored. The pair was an antiques shop purchase many years ago. No maker’s mark or indication of origin is visible
- Last Updated on Tuesday, 09 June 2015 14:03
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This chest is one of the oldest pieces we have covered in the 15 years of writing this column. The family who owns it acquired it at auction over 50 years ago in Washington. The hardware is original, as is the finish, although the latter shows the signs of its great age.
- Last Updated on Tuesday, 19 May 2015 11:24
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This French Provincial chest was a family piece brought to the Northern Neck by a French lady who had inherited it.
The wood is walnut, and the iron hinges and brass escutcheons are original.