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Archive: March 2011




Mar
22
2011

Changing my roll at Antiques Roadshow this season

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My roll as appraiser on Antiques Roadshow will change slightly this season. As I have done since 2006, I will visit three new cities in search of treasures. I’ve been to several great places and met many wonderful people. I’ve even seen some great clocks along the way. I have always appraised strictly clocks on the show, occasionally helping out with furniture behind the scenes. This year, as per my own request, I’ll be appraising furniture at one of the venues, which should be an exciting new Read More...


Gary being taped at Antiques Roadshow

Categories: categoryAntiques Roadshow



Mar
17
2011

Exceptional dwarf clock by Joshua Wilder of Hingham, MA

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We were thrilled to purchase an exceptional clock at the March 6th Americana sale at Skinner Auctions. The circa 1822 dwarf clock, standing about four feet high is an exact miniature of a tall case (grandfather) clock. Early 19th century dwarf clocks from the Hingham/Hanover area, on the South Shore of Massachusetts, are highly prized by collectors. We purchased the clock for $189,600. on behalf of a private collector. Although not a record for a dwarf clock, this is one of the highest prices Read More...


Joshua Wilder dwarf clock

Categories: categoryDwarf Clocks categoryHistorically Significant