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  • >Ruth Duckworth’s Organic Creations & Philosophy

    December 31st, 2008 · 2:01 pm  →  Blog

    >Everyday art appraisers examine a variety of objects from a variety of time periods and genres. From an appraiser’s unbiased point of view, it is more important to understand a particular genre and not whether or not it fits your particular taste. Although I greatly enjoy modernist pieces, I understand that not everyone is ofRead the Rest…

    >Meissen Porcelain: A Testament to Timelessness, Superior Quality

    December 22nd, 2008 · 11:01 am  →  Blog

    >With the current unpredictable economic situation it is difficult to comprehend that any market is succeeding. However, evaluating recent auction results have proven that the value of Meissen porcelain remains financially promising. An October 21, 2008, auction at Christie‚Äôs New York boasted sales at 95% for its Meissen lots; including 17 of 18 of theseRead the Rest…

    >Inuit Art: Expressing Both Contemporary & Traditional Culture

    December 2nd, 2008 · 1:41 pm  →  Blog

    >Research shows that Inuit art dates back to ca. 1700 B.C., the Early Paleo-Eskimo era, with the discovery of an ivory maskette found on Devon Island in the Inglulingmuit Inuit region northeast of the Northwest Territories. However, what can be considered contemporary Inuit art dates back to the late 1940s, and while much of comtemporaryRead the Rest…