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  • ETCHED GLASS MIRROR WITH FRAME 28" X 35'

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    THIS IS A BEAUTIFUL LARGE MIRROR FOR YOUR HOME ...<br /> DEALER IS 224, KANSAS AVENUE, AND BOOTH 164.<br /> <br /> FWN

    March 24, 2017 1:53 PM CDT
  • JAPANESE 14 PIECE FLORAL TEA SET WITH GOLD GILT TRIM

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    THIS IS VERY NICE JAPANESE ART FLORAL PATTERN FOR A TEA SET 14 PIECES...<br /> DEALER IS 906, ST LOUIS STREET, AND CASE 366.<br /> <br /> FWN

    March 24, 2017 1:40 PM CDT
  • Coke classic bottle of coke

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    THIS IS COKE PRODUCT IN BOTTLE...<br /> DEALER IS 926, DENVER STREET, AND CASE 209.<br /> <br /> FWN

    March 24, 2017 1:23 PM CDT
  • 3 GREAT HARD BOUND BOOKS

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    1. THE SECRET GARDEN BY FRANCES H. BURNETT...$19.00<br /> 2. TREASURE ISLAND BY ROBERT L. STEVENSON...$12.00<br /> 3. ANNE OF GREEN GABLES BY L.M. MONTGOMERY...$8.00<br /> <br /> DEALER IS 787, FLORIDA AVENUE, AND BOOTH 12.<br /> <br /> FWN

    March 24, 2017 1:11 PM CDT
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  • 22 Mar 2017
    I thought I would do a Bargains in the Mall show similar to the ones I do every few months, but when I started looking I found 4 or 5 pieces that I thought were so outstanding that I decided to profile just these pieces instead of the usual 10-12 items I find.  Spend a little more time with each of these in the time we have for the program. So, what did I find that's so special? Well, you'll just have to tune in to get the details, but here are some clues: ever hear of the Kookaburra pattern?, what about a bird dog planter?, what about an architect named Paul Letarouilly?, ever try to compare Van Briggle with Grueby or Teco head to head? If any of this sound intriguing to you, tune in this coming Sunday evening, March 26, 2017 for the show. We're on at the usual time: 5PM PDT, 6PM MDT, 7PM CDT, 8PM EDT. Gary
    14 Posted by Gary & Carol Stover
  • I thought I would do a Bargains in the Mall show similar to the ones I do every few months, but when I started looking I found 4 or 5 pieces that I thought were so outstanding that I decided to profile just these pieces instead of the usual 10-12 items I find.  Spend a little more time with each of these in the time we have for the program. So, what did I find that's so special? Well, you'll just have to tune in to get the details, but here are some clues: ever hear of the Kookaburra pattern?, what about a bird dog planter?, what about an architect named Paul Letarouilly?, ever try to compare Van Briggle with Grueby or Teco head to head? If any of this sound intriguing to you, tune in this coming Sunday evening, March 26, 2017 for the show. We're on at the usual time: 5PM PDT, 6PM MDT, 7PM CDT, 8PM EDT. Gary
    Mar 22, 2017 14
  • 15 Mar 2017
    In this week's show we'll look at how & where antiques & art are sold and how what's done today differs substantially from the way antiques & art were sold 40, 30, 20, 10 years ago. And it's not only the internet that caused these changes. Auction houses have proliferated and expanded their offerings, new selling venues that often use brick & mortar + online have appeared and taken a large chunk of the market, shows have declined dramatically in importance, ... Also I think that different regions of the country have developed differently. Please join us this coming Sunday evening, March 19, 2017 at the usual time: 5PM PDT, 6PM MDT, 7PM CDT, 8PM EDT for this week's program. Gary
    48 Posted by Gary & Carol Stover
  • In this week's show we'll look at how & where antiques & art are sold and how what's done today differs substantially from the way antiques & art were sold 40, 30, 20, 10 years ago. And it's not only the internet that caused these changes. Auction houses have proliferated and expanded their offerings, new selling venues that often use brick & mortar + online have appeared and taken a large chunk of the market, shows have declined dramatically in importance, ... Also I think that different regions of the country have developed differently. Please join us this coming Sunday evening, March 19, 2017 at the usual time: 5PM PDT, 6PM MDT, 7PM CDT, 8PM EDT for this week's program. Gary
    Mar 15, 2017 48
  • 09 Mar 2017
    Spanish bullfighting memorabilia is one of the most popular collecting categories, but unfortunately almost all the material you see in antique stores & online is flawed in some way--it's either a reproduction or a fake or damaged, etc. We'll talk about that in this week's show, but we'll also profile 2 absolutely legitimate pieces, while we discuss the famous bullfighters of the 20th century and what to look for when searching for the real thing. Running with the bulls in Pamplona is still as popular as ever, and the bullfighting season opens during La Semana Santa in Sevilla in a few weeks. I've got a great story about a Basque bullfighter who turned artist who was a friend of Ernses Hemingway and of Antonio Ordonez. Antonio and his rival and brother-in-law, Dominguin, were the antagonists in Hemingway's "The Dangerous Summer" of 1959. Please join us this coming Sunday evening for this week's program: 5PM PDT, 6PM MDT, 7PM CDT, 8PM EDT. (For those members outside the U.S. Daylight Savings Time starts Sunday)
    51 Posted by Gary & Carol Stover
  • Spanish bullfighting memorabilia is one of the most popular collecting categories, but unfortunately almost all the material you see in antique stores & online is flawed in some way--it's either a reproduction or a fake or damaged, etc. We'll talk about that in this week's show, but we'll also profile 2 absolutely legitimate pieces, while we discuss the famous bullfighters of the 20th century and what to look for when searching for the real thing. Running with the bulls in Pamplona is still as popular as ever, and the bullfighting season opens during La Semana Santa in Sevilla in a few weeks. I've got a great story about a Basque bullfighter who turned artist who was a friend of Ernses Hemingway and of Antonio Ordonez. Antonio and his rival and brother-in-law, Dominguin, were the antagonists in Hemingway's "The Dangerous Summer" of 1959. Please join us this coming Sunday evening for this week's program: 5PM PDT, 6PM MDT, 7PM CDT, 8PM EDT. (For those members outside the U.S. Daylight Savings Time starts Sunday)
    Mar 09, 2017 51
  • 06 Mar 2017
    Frank Lloyd Wright was one of the most important American architects and while he is credited with creating the Prairie School style of design, he also developed the American Craftsman style. His love of “organic architecture” took on new meaning as he combined exterior architecture with the interior design. His foresight of living with organic design was ahead of his time. Recently I had the opportunity to visit Frank Lloyd Wright’s winter “camp” as he referred to it.  Located in Scottsdale, AZ, Mr. Wright named it “Taliesin West”.  Taliesin West is quite an expansive group of connected buildings that served not only as his residence and studio during the winters, but also included is a large area for an apprentice architectural school. Taliesin West has a wonderful display of furniture and decorative arts personally designed by Mr. Wright. To quote Wright, “Taliesin West is a look over the rim of the world”. The view is spectacular. Don’t miss visiting Taliesin West if you ever have the opportunity. While in the area, hop on over and visit the two Phoenix area Brass Armadillo stores.  You are likely to find craftsman and prairie-style furniture as well as decorative items. For more in-depth about this famous architect, take a look at the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation at http://franklloydwright.org                              
    59 Posted by Betty Jean Shearin
  • Frank Lloyd Wright was one of the most important American architects and while he is credited with creating the Prairie School style of design, he also developed the American Craftsman style. His love of “organic architecture” took on new meaning as he combined exterior architecture with the interior design. His foresight of living with organic design was ahead of his time. Recently I had the opportunity to visit Frank Lloyd Wright’s winter “camp” as he referred to it.  Located in Scottsdale, AZ, Mr. Wright named it “Taliesin West”.  Taliesin West is quite an expansive group of connected buildings that served not only as his residence and studio during the winters, but also included is a large area for an apprentice architectural school. Taliesin West has a wonderful display of furniture and decorative arts personally designed by Mr. Wright. To quote Wright, “Taliesin West is a look over the rim of the world”. The view is spectacular. Don’t miss visiting Taliesin West if you ever have the opportunity. While in the area, hop on over and visit the two Phoenix area Brass Armadillo stores.  You are likely to find craftsman and prairie-style furniture as well as decorative items. For more in-depth about this famous architect, take a look at the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation at http://franklloydwright.org                              
    Mar 06, 2017 59
  • 01 Mar 2017
    In this week's show I'll be profiling antiques & collectibles for sale in the Mall in showcases in categories I don't normally discuss in these shows. There's such a great variety in many categories that I really don't collect or deal in myself, that unless I have a guest who's knowledgeable about these things, I never mention them. So this week's show is not so much an in depth discussion of particular pieces, but more an overview of all that is available for sale at the Brass Armadillo Antique Mall in Denver in the more than 600 showcases there. Fossils, gem stones, Native American jewelry, the list is almost endless. Please join us this coming Sunday evening at the usual time: 5PM PST, 6PM MST, 7PM CST, 8PM EST for our overview of what's hot in the collecibles market in Colorado (and maybe in your area too!). Gary
    78 Posted by Gary & Carol Stover
  • In this week's show I'll be profiling antiques & collectibles for sale in the Mall in showcases in categories I don't normally discuss in these shows. There's such a great variety in many categories that I really don't collect or deal in myself, that unless I have a guest who's knowledgeable about these things, I never mention them. So this week's show is not so much an in depth discussion of particular pieces, but more an overview of all that is available for sale at the Brass Armadillo Antique Mall in Denver in the more than 600 showcases there. Fossils, gem stones, Native American jewelry, the list is almost endless. Please join us this coming Sunday evening at the usual time: 5PM PST, 6PM MST, 7PM CST, 8PM EST for our overview of what's hot in the collecibles market in Colorado (and maybe in your area too!). Gary
    Mar 01, 2017 78
  • 26 Feb 2017
    National Reading Month March is National Reading Month and with winter still hanging on, it’s the perfect time to curl up with a great book. It’s also a wonderful time to share your love of reading with your children.   At The Brass Armadillo, we frequently hear parents talking to their children about the books they read as children and many times they purchase those books to share with them. Remember the Nancy Drew Mystery series, the early Golden Books, Black Beauty? The Brass Armadillo has such a great variety of books to choose from historical to literature, Americana, vintage cookbooks and on and on. For all you collectors, remember that over time the number of copies of any book diminishes! Don’t forget about vintage magazines. The photographs and graphics in vintage books and magazines are reason enough to spur on collectors. They bring back memories of another time. There is a very informative article on the “Care, Handling and Storage of Books” by The Library of Congress (https://www.loc.gov/).      
    86 Posted by Betty Jean Shearin
  • National Reading Month March is National Reading Month and with winter still hanging on, it’s the perfect time to curl up with a great book. It’s also a wonderful time to share your love of reading with your children.   At The Brass Armadillo, we frequently hear parents talking to their children about the books they read as children and many times they purchase those books to share with them. Remember the Nancy Drew Mystery series, the early Golden Books, Black Beauty? The Brass Armadillo has such a great variety of books to choose from historical to literature, Americana, vintage cookbooks and on and on. For all you collectors, remember that over time the number of copies of any book diminishes! Don’t forget about vintage magazines. The photographs and graphics in vintage books and magazines are reason enough to spur on collectors. They bring back memories of another time. There is a very informative article on the “Care, Handling and Storage of Books” by The Library of Congress (https://www.loc.gov/).      
    Feb 26, 2017 86