We Buy Antiques Chicago
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This is an issue that comes to mind for many sellers not familiar with antiques and have inherited a collection or estate. We love to have informed clients and be fully transparent when it comes to the value of their items. In this business word travels fast and being dishonest when evaluating items consequently has a negative impact for everyone. Ultimately, it is a matter of great importance that we pay you fair market value so as to keep our referrals coming.
Archie's will buy your antiques and pay you cash or check for them on the spot. The items listed below aren't everything we buy. We buy almost all forms of antiques so feel free to call us if you have a unique item you want to sell. Buying Collectible Antiques, war items, and toys in Chicago. We buy antiques from all over the Chicagoland area and have been trusted since 1955.
Do you buy and sell rare antiques and other collectibles?Archie's in Chicago will buy your Estate jewelry, diamonds, gold watches, brooches, gold pocket watches, Designer jewelry...Tiffany, David Yurman, John Hardy, Lois Hill, Lagos and more, All collectibles, old toys, war items and military medals, model trains, toy trains, Lladro and more for top dollar. NO JOKE. Archie's also deals in antiques mantel clocks, tiffany lamps, depression glass, sterling silver tea and, coffee sets, and much, much more. Nothing is too large or too small; we can help you.
6. Antiques retain or increase in value. Well-cared for antiques go up in value over time. While prices rise and fall (many experts say that now is the best time to invest in antiques, by the way), antiques are a good investment over the long haul. In some ways a new piece of furniture is like a new car: the new models plummet in value the minute you drive them off the lot.
With over 30 years experience, owners Mike Witt and Jim Messineo offer many examples of period antiques by American Arts and Crafts makers such as Gustav Stickley, L & JG Stickley, Stickley Brothers, Limbert, and other quality makers. The gallery showcases period objects produced in New England, emphasizing the important role that this region played in the American Art Pottery Movement.
Mark and Jean Oberkirsch are known nationally as Arts and Crafts antiques dealers specializing in a wide range of works, from artwork, art pottery and furniture to textiles and manual arts school work. They are one of just two antiques dealers who have exhibited every year at the Grove Park Inn since the first 1988 National Arts and Crafts Conference.
Check our website often for furniture updates. We are in our 35th year selling antiques. New, fine quality, reproduction mission oak furniture is also available through Phil Taylor Antiques. The furniture is made from quartersawn white oak and is of excellent design and quality. We commission the work from experienced woodworkers. Phil applies a rich finish, creating pieces that enhance the home or office.
We have been in business since 1980, dealing in antiques and fine art. For the past 28 years or so we have included woodblock prints from the Arts & Crafts era (c. 1895-1930) in our inventory. We exhibit yearly at the National Grove Park Inn Arts & Crafts Conference & Show in Asheville, North Carolina. We have also written articles and led discussion groups on the subject of Arts and Crafts art. In addition, we exhibit at selected antiques shows and prints fairs.
Welcome to Spotted Horse Collectibles! We have been selling antiques for 25 years specializing in American furniture, pottery and accessories from 1890-1960 - everything from the Arts and Crafts period to Mid-Century Modern. We almost always have furniture by Stickley, Limbert, Roycroft, Drexel, Dunbar, and many more mid-century makers in stock. 781b155fdc