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  • 12 Oct 2012
    There is a frenzy going on amongst the Denver Brass Armadillo Antique Mall venders this week....and as well there should be!   We had more great success with the Classified Listing Program within the Mall.  It brought in some really great sales and got multiple venders excited about getting their own items posted and up on the internet.   Back in May of 2012 a couple of venders came to me and asked me to post an item that they had stored in one of our back rooms.  The item was too large for them to display in their space in the Mall, but depite its size and "unique vibe", we knew that the item would make the right buyer a happy camper....if we could only find them, or better yet, help them find us!     This 1920's antique medical exam table is oak with all the fixings:  2 sets of stir-ups, the original leather, height & foot adjustments,  blood pan and 4 pass through drawers.   The item was originally listed on May 2, 2012 and reposted approximately every 60 days with no success in finding a buyer for this unique item. But just after reposting it at the end of September, a couple of gentlemen came into the Mall and asked us to pull the table out of storage.  They looked it over and happily took it home with them on Wednesday of this last week.    As if this weren't already a great enough story.....    Shortly after I was asked to post the medical exam table, the same set of venders asked if I could come out to their shop and storage unit and list some additional  items that they wanted to sell.  Due to the collectability, rarity & value of the items, I happily obliged.  Again, I continued to repost the items as they expired and just this last Tuesday, after reposting it just two days before, we received a call from an interested buyer for this beautiful quarter sawn oak Early Murphy Bed with desk and beveled mirror.     People, I have seen this happen time and time again.  I'll list an item and nothing happens, but then I'll repost it and we make a connection.  It's all a matter of finding that one person and what better way to do that than by listing your items and being persistent.        Amie Martin Social Networking Coordinator Denver Brass Armadillo Antique Mall
    45254 Posted by Denver Brass Armadillo
  • 19 Mar 2013
    Hi folks! We've got a BIG announcement on a special guest who will be coming to visit the Brass Armadillo in May! Tune in Thursday March 21 at 7:00pm MST for the Young Collectors Club on to find out!
    2231 Posted by Denver Brass Armadillo
  • 06 Sep 2012
        SOLD!!  What a good reminder to us all to do our internet listings!  This piece was listed in April and sold to an interior design firm in Beverly Hills at $1625 recently. The buyer found it on a google search & the listing was the one in the iantique classifieds.   Another recent great sale made due to internet listings is this beautiful Moses Frances Fretwork.  This piece was brought into the Denver Brass Armadillo Antique Mall back in April 2012 and immediately listed in the Classifieds.  Since then, this piece was discovered by a couple traveling across country.  They found it listed online during their travels and they changed their route to stop by the Mall!   Both of these incredible sales were made soley due to the use of the internet & Social Networking tools that we have available and I assure you that these are only some of the biggest sales made.  If your not using these tools and listing your items online, I would like to strongly advise you to do so.  Listing your items for sale online pays.   Blog Written by: Amie Martin Social Networking Coordinator Denver Brass Armadillo Antique Mall
    2086 Posted by Denver Brass Armadillo
  • 05 Jan 2012
    Happy New Year & Welcome to 2012!  The Denver Brass Armadillo Antique Mall has many exciting things instore for the new year w/in the Mall and on iAntique.   We will be continueing our Classifieds show every 2nd Saturday of each month.  Our next show will be Saturday, January 14th.  We'll be focusing on and discussing items listed in the Classifieds section right here on iAntique.  If you would like Gary & Ski to review your listing or your item for any reason, please let us know.    Along with the Classifieds show we'll also be continuing our Appraisal Day.  This was a great success last month!  Every 2nd Saturday, on the even numbered months (Feb, April, June, Aug, Oct & Dec) you'll have the chance to bring your items in to be appraised for FREE.  This will be broadcast live on iAntique following the Classifieds show.  We do ask that you bring your item into the Mall ahead of time so that more extensive research can be done prior to the broadcast.  Open space will be available for the drop-off of your item starting the Thursday prior to the show.    You can also be getting ready to start up classes again on doing your own listings & auctions here on iAntique.  These classes will be offered on the last Wednesday & first Thursday of every month.  Wednesday classes will be at 6:30 pm & Thursday classes will be at 9:30 am.  All classes will be held in the L&M Cafe.  Along w/ learning how do classified listings & auctions here on iAntique, you will also learn how to easily cross-list your items to Craigslist & the E-bay Classifieds.  We'll be offering updated info on iAntique as things continue to progress on site and also some additional tools from the Mall.    If you have any questions on any of these upcoming events, please contact the Brass Armadillo Staff at 1-877-403-1677.   Good luck to everyon in your Antique & Collecting endeavors in 2012!    
    1346 Posted by Denver Brass Armadillo
Antiques - Collectibles 605 views Sep 04, 2016
Interesting Item of the Week: Antique Curling Iron Heater

Hello! My name is Daniel. Besides recording and editing video here at the Armadillo, I also list items in the mall on iAntique and Craigslist. There's a lot of interesting stuff in the mall-- so many interesting things, in fact, that I thought I'd start posting what I found to be the most interesting item of the week before our weekly stream! I am not an all an antique authority, so please help me out by discussing these items in the comments.

So, this week's is an easy pick. I had never seen anything like this before! Take a look:…/…/Antique-Curling-Iron-Heater.html
It's an iron curling iron heater, with a gas line hook-up! A bit of googling dates this as from the 1920's. It made me wonder, would the average house have a gas line devoted to a curling iron, or was this appliance designed for hair salons? Let me know what you think.

Vendor 149, Booth 207, SKU AG2675. $29

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Tags: #Metal  #gas  #curling  #salon  #hair