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Ruby Lane is celebrating its 15 year anniversary and interviewing some long time shop owners from the site. Debra Helton of Ogee's Antiques talks about how she started in the antiques and collectibles business, how to be successful selling online, and explains how they ended up with such an extensive inventory of vintage advertising items. http://www.rubylane.com
A discussion of all things vintage. I buy and sell vintage things, and I love to talk about them and share my expertise on the subject. Call in and share your finds, and your thoughts and expertise. This is meant to be a light hearted show, not to be taken too seriously!
Diamonds... Are you friends?
New Show on "Creating Possibilities"
In the last months I have been adding a new area to my life: precious jewelry.. precious jewelry in gold with diamonds, other stones... Adding a new business to my business. And I have had the fortune to see and experience how these things change and contribute to people, both energetically & even physically. Wonder what contribution you are willing to receive?
What if this show can contribute to opening up more Possibilities in Your Life, In Your Business, In every area of your Life?
What if we can create so much awareness that we don't buy into limitations as real? And we would be willing to acknowledge our awareness and choose from what we know? And be willing to be the magic we know is possible?
Welcome to open up to more space... space of possibilties:-)
Creating Possibilities with Lisen
A Global Creation In Consciousness
Join Hosts Matt Maziarek and Dennis Estlock of CPR as they discuss not only the paranormal but subjects including everyday life issues! Join Live! Tune in tonight when Dennis and I talk to Michael and Lisa Carroll about some interesting topics like Geocaching, Marfans, Collecting, Antiques, and Travel!!!
Ruby Lane celebrates its 15 year anniversary with interviews with some of our long time shop owners. Pia's Antiques opened their online shop with Ruby Lane in 1999. She discusses how her interest in antiques began, the changes in buying habits of consumers over the years, and the importance of high quality photos when selling online.
Antiques, Old Cars, and Foods made from scrtach, County Fairs, Ringland Brothers and Barnus Baily Circus, and Drivers License. There are so many changes this United States of America has made in what seems like a few short years. President, senator, and Govnors. Stores, Malls,and Shopping Srips. Television, Drive In Theaters, Movie and Theaters. Call and share what changes you have notice.
Our guest on Metalsmith Benchtalk on Thursday, November 6th, 2014 at 3:00 pm PDT/ 6:00 EDT is Karen Lorene, gallery owner, author and jewelry appraiser.
Please join us for this live interview and participate by creating a free user account at Blogtalkradio and logging into the chatroom with questions or comments. We also monitor the Whaley Studio's Facebook Page for your imput.
Karen Lorene, in retail for 40 years, is a member of the International Society of Appraisers and a Senior Member of the National Association of Jewelry Appraisers. For six years she appraised on Antiques Roadshow. She has a double degree from the University of Washington in fine arts and education. She specializes in appraising studio jewelry, jewelry art and Victorian jewelry.
For those interested in beginning a retail business or have a business and need a different point of view, Karen Lorene, owner of Facere Jewelry Art Gallery, has written a history of the business: Building a Business, Building a Life available through the gallery or Amazon.
More information on the publications produced by Facere Jewelry Art Gallery relating to the world of jewelry - both antique and modern jewelry art - is available at Lorene Publications.
About Facèré Jewelry Art Gallery:
Facèré Jewelry Art Gallery shows the work of 48 jewelry artists: northwest, national and international, as well as antique and vintage jewelry. Facèré is located in the City Centre building at 1420 Fifth Avenue between Pike and Union in the heart of downtown Seattle.
Paranormal Talk Radio
Opened on January 1, 1827 The Genesee County Poor Farm, was created paupers, habitual drunkards, lunatics, the blind, lame or otherwise handicapped, orphans, widows, vagrants, and even a murderer or two. In the 1950s it became the Old County Home & Infirmary. n the 1990s was transformed into a set of shops and later an antiques mall. When the property owners, vendors and shoppers began to notice strange occurrences, Rolling Hills' spooky reputation was born. Sharon and Jerry Coyle have owned the estate since 2009 and has opened for ghost/historical tours. We will feature investigators who have been at the location and will share their real life experiences with us.
Take a sip of the Kool-Aid! What's your flavor?
Discussions on Paranormal Phenomena: Ghost/Spirits, Psychics/Mediums, Hauntings, Demonic Possession, Ufology, Alien Abduction, Time Travel, NDE's, Bigfoot/Sasquatch, Conspiracies & All Things Unexplained.
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Listen LIVE or talk to our Hosts & Guests: 1-646-929-2384
Paranormal Kool Aid Radio is brought to you by Belinda Clarke-Ache, April Abercrombie, Cara Davidson, Dawn Gomez, Victor Cruz, Scott Gruenwald, and Chris Medina. OHHH YEAHHH!!!!! YYEAHHHH!!!!
Join us this Monday for the History and Hierarchy of Angels!
John J. Higgins is an attorney and former statewide prosecutor who has had a multi-faceted career and life. He has worked on farms, performed firearm repairs, and refinished and sold antiques, all before he finished high school. In between pursuing his college studies, he supervised industrial finishing operations and assisted in developing a powder coating system. After college, he worked fulltime and attended law school at night. He also filmed rock stars and celebrities for public service announcements and produced and emceed a play that performed before audiences that totaled over 170,000. In his career as an attorney, he researched and wrote policy papers for governmental committees, drafted legislation, and revised statutes. In his role as a statewide prosecutor he was involved in some of the highest profile cases in his state, from prosecuting multiple and complex crime rings to homicides, including those committed by a serial killer. Among other things he does in his private life, he can scuba dive and pilot an airplane. An avid student of history and spiritual development, he lives in New Jersey in an old Victorian train station he converted into his residence.
He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org, www.john-j-higgins.com
"Antiques are special. They make a unique, decorative accessory for the home. Many of our boxes & accessories are functional and can be used for their original purpose. They generally hold their value & have history, so are a good investment. They are a talking point and make a unique & luxury gift that can't be bought on the high street," Mark Goodger
Hampton Antiques was born in November 1998, created by partners Mark and Sara Goodger following Mark’s redundancy from a well-respected antique restorer & dealer. Mark has worked in the antiques trade since 1988. He is a qualified Cabinet Maker & French Polisher but found his passion & strength in antiques and restoration, and boxes in particular. His loves are antiques, his family, music, keeping fit, and football (he supports Manchester United, but please don’t hold that against him!). He is a fountain of knowledge when it comes to antique boxes which comes from years of experience of buying and working on them. Call 818-572-8037 to talk with Mark LIVE from England at his world renowned Hampton Antiques! Buy, sell & trade with us! Mr. Fixit, too!