The December 14 Art, Antiques and Jewelry Auction includes a large selection of silver and decorative arts, including a gorgeous Martele silver bowl and examples of Reed and Barton's popular "Diamond Pattern" flatware and hollowware.
This weekends Art, Antiques and Jewelry sale includes multiple works by outstanding contemporary American Fine Artists Donald Eric Hatfield and Chris Thomas, as well as an exquisite example of one of Indiana/Illinois painter John Cowan Templeton's sought-after Indiana Dunes landscapes.
The December 14 Art, Antiques and Jewelry sale offers a huge selection of fine, estate and costume jewelry. You can find stylish holiday gift options for that special person in your life, including many items representing the top jewelry trends predicted by fashion insiders for 2014.
Whether you are looking for an opportunity to sell while the market is hot, searching for sound investments or in the market for the goods that will help keep you and your loved ones on the cool side of life, we have the auction event for you.
A Hoosier favorite, the Romweber Company in Batesville, Indiana first manufactured Viking Oak in the 1930s. Production continued through the 1980s. Inspired by Scandinavian folk art, the inviting design of this sturdy, classic line is as at home in a lodge retreat as it is in a well-loved family room.
The other day, we took a look around us and we said to ourselvesÃ¢â‚¬â€Look at all of this fabulous merchandise! And then we thought, wouldnÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t it be nice if we could make it as easy as possible for folks to get what they wanted for Christmas this year; things that are real and genuine, gifts as personal as your own thumbprint?
Chances are when you come visit us at Antique Helper the first person to greet you is the always cheerful Joni. Joni not only makes everyone smile, but is our voice behind all of our social media efforts. And I haven't even mentioned she plays a mean ukelele and takes the lead on all the cool and unique musical instruments that come through our door. Here is a little more on what makes Miss Joni tick...