Determining If A Japanese Woodblock Print Is Authentic

25 July 2018
 Categories: , Blog

Asian artists have been renowned for their unique ability to capture beauty through a variety of mediums. One of the more collectible types of Japanese art is the woodblock print. An artist would painstakingly carve an image into a block of wood. Once the image was complete, the artist would apply color to the block, then transfer the image to a piece of paper. The process worked much like stamping works today. Read More 

3 Things That You Shouldn’t Do When Cleaning Your Reclaimed Wood Art

26 July 2017
 Categories: , Blog

Whether you prefer a traditional style or something more modern, you might find that reclaimed wood art pieces fit your decor beautifully. This is a popular type of wall decoration for a reason, and you might have one or more pieces hanging on your walls. If so, you're probably going to want to clean them every now and then so that they look nice...and so that you aren't embarrassed about the dust and cobwebs when your friends are admiring them. Read More 

Basic Questions Concerning Caring For Antique Jewelry

18 April 2017
 Categories: , Blog

Buying antique jewelry can be an excellent way of giving yourself unique accessories that can help to compliment your appearance. However, antique jewelry can be particularly susceptible to some types of damage. In order for you to protect your antique jewelry items from these issues, you will need to be aware of the answers to some commonly asked antique jewelry care questions. How Does Heat Impact Antique Jewelry? People will often be aware of the dangers that moisture and strong impacts can cause to jewelry. Read More 

When You Want To Increase Your Art Collection: Finding Art That You Love

12 April 2017
 Categories: , Blog

If you are an individual who collects art as part of your investment strategy, it's important to diversify your collection. Understanding the difference between the primary art market and the secondary art market is your first step. When you buy art from the primary market, you are buying art that is being purchased for the first time. In the secondary market, you are purchasing a piece that may have been sold over and over. Read More