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For most of our history, the dining room did not exist. Most of the space in homes had to be multifunctional and most homes...

In the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries death came early for many due to disease, childbirth and harsh living conditions. One way people coped with...

Q: I have a painting which I found when I was cleaning out a relatives house. It appears to be signed by the artist...

Q. I am considering buying a chair from a neighbor. It is being advertised as an “Eames” chair. How do I know that is...

Q. I have a very large mirror from my last home in Utah. When we moved to Barrington, we found our current home doesn't...

Q. I have this old music box that belonged to my grandmother. The cabinet is 16” long and the cylinder is 12” long. It...

Museums survive on the generosity of donors who give their money, their time and sometimes their personal property. They are very appreciative of their...

Sailor’s valentines are often thought to have been made by sailors who had idle time on whaling ships in the 1800’s. However, most originated...

Q. My husband received this plate recently from his 102 year-old aunt. The plate originally belonged to his great-grandmother. We estimate the plate to...

Q. I have some plates with 2 inches of 22 K gold around the border. Three dealers have told me the plates in themselves are...