Good, Better, Best 2016 - Antiques with Gary Stover
Posted February 12, 2016 | 0 favorites
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Albert Sacks is probably the most famous American antiques dealer ever, and he wrote the Bible on American antique furniture entitled, "Good, Better, and Best." He employed a methodology of comparing pieces describling what makes one piece better than a comp, and what makes the best you can get in any category. I did a show a little over a year ago in which I compared 3 tilt-top tables using his approach. In this week's show I selected about 10 pieces currently for sale in the Brass Armadillo Antique Mall in Denver to apply this technique to. I looked at stoneware crocks, early American painted furniture, a Western American landscape, 2 great signs, a beautiful walnut dresser, a Louis XVI marble top commode, a William & Mary chest, a turn of the century banquet lamp,and several other pieces.
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  • Beverly Stoughton
    Beverly Stoughton I am so grateful for your willingness to share your knowledge with us!
    March 1, 2016