When it comes to downsizing most people envision having to make difficult decisions about what to keep. But what if those belongings could help transition to a new chapter in your life?
Memorabilia and artifacts from the Revolutionary War era provide tangible connections to the past.
Creating lifelong memories can seem like a dream yet for a number of our clients they have been able to do just that.
People sell their art for many different reasons. They no longer like the piece(s), they don’t fit into their new home or their aesthetic has changed.
Diamonds are always valuable in the resale market, but you should keep some things in mind if you want to try to sell diamonds that you have.
Purchasing something on a whim or with great deliberation can make us feel happy and content, at least for a short time. But that happiness may soon dissipate, and in its place, you may experience “buyer’s remorse.”
When you've made big or small decisions, remorse can creep in and undermine your satisfaction with your action. For instance, in our business, some sellers will regret that they sold an antique almost immediately after the sale has been completed.
Before you fill your leisure time with sun and surf, let’s not forget about yard sales and tag sales.
After more than 40 years in business, we can still be surprised at how and where we find antiques and other items of value.
It’s not surprising that the real estate market in New York and Long Island is very hot. Correspondingly, the antiques market is also hot…