Monthly Archives: January 2022

Finally, a good use for NFTs: Preserving Street Art

Last June, six artists—Jet Martinez, Wolfe Pack, Vogue, Joshua Mays, Bud Snow and Ruff Draft—entered the fifth floor of Oakland’s most iconic building: the Tribune Tower. Once inside, they painted and installed murals over 10,000 square feet of empty walls. The pieces ranged in style and subject matter from Wolfe …

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BBC Antiques Roadshow’s Fiona Bruce floored by medallion with royal connection inside

BBC Antiques Roadshow host Fiona Bruce was surprised by a locket with a secret royal connection inside. Fans saw Fiona stunned to be presented with a locket containing the HAIR of Charles I. “Not a lock, not a lock, but a small fragment of Charles I’s lock of hair,” explained …

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MASAMI CLOTHES BY JULIE PUDDICK – The Gisborne Herald

Published on January 30, 2022 at 00:50 Gisborne fashion designer Julie Puddick has gone from designing in a cafe to a need for bigger and bigger spaces, as her Japanese-inspired designs are taken up by fashion houses in the nation’s capital. She spoke to Aaliyah Rogan about her passion for …

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Give second-hand furniture a home and help save the planet

The old adage, “They don’t make them like they used to” really applies to furniture. Scandi flat-pack Ikea maestros should be rewarded for their services to economic life, but there may come a time for the finer things in life instead. From ’70s globe humidors to ’80s leather La-Z-Boys, vintage …

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Haverty Furniture: A Great Play on Furniture Space (NYSE: HVT)

J. Michael Jones/iStock Editorial via Getty Images Furniture is a necessary part of the modern home, office, or pretty much any other real estate. And a company dedicated to providing such furniture is Haverty furniture companies (HVT), a small company founded in 1885 in Atlanta, Georgia. Since then, the business …

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Bringing love: Love’s Furniture and Carpet sets up in Lyon | Business

LYONS — Larry Hartwell didn’t have to look far to find exactly the right lift chairs he and his wife needed. The local resident, curious to know what was in the old Rite Aid building, wandered into the new Love’s Furniture and Carpet store on Forgham Street this week. Hartwell …

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ART VINYL ANNOUNCES WINNERS OF BEST RECORD COVER WORK OF 2021

The artwork was chosen from a diverse and striking list of 50 nominations for the best vinyl record covers of 2021, chosen by a panel of illustrious artists, designers and music industry experts. The 50 nominations form an incredible art installation in the window of the Hari, London from January …

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Antiques Road Trip: Meet Irita Marriott’s Family Here

28 January 2022 – 15:26 GMT Eve Crosbie Irita Marriot has quickly become one of Antiques Road Trip’s favorite stars – find out all about her husband and children here Irita Marriott quickly became one of our favorites Journey on the road of antiquities stars, having only joined …

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Clothing brands are taking over the metaverse with Avatar Fashion

Back in the days of the year 2000 and the early days of the internet, there was a magical chat server called “The Palace”. Here, computer programmer Jim Bumgardner created a virtual space where young internet users could chat anonymously while using a personalized avatar to represent their online presence. …

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The BBC Antiquities Road Trip will showcase some of the North East’s most famous landmarks

Historic landmarks in the North East are set to feature on the Antiques Road Trip TV show for two days. The BBC show, which should not be confused with Antiques Roadshow, sees two antiques experts go head-to-head with a budget of £200 to buy antiques and collectibles which are then …

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Pharell Williams x Tiffany & Co. sunglasses accused of copying antiques

Designer Nigo recently presented his debut collection for French fashion house Kenzo and the runway looks weren’t the only ones making headlines. Among those watching from the front row was singer and songwriter Pharell Williams who was spotted in a pair of Tiffany & Co sunglasses. The singer hinted at …

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Art Attack: Where to Find New Art in Denver This Weekend

This weekend’s list of new gallery shows is short and sweet, with an eye on local co-ops and artists. But if you happen to kill those birds with one stone (three new shows are at the same location in Lakewood), that just means you have more time to catch up …

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Josh Duggar’s parking lot was littered with clothes and trash before his arrest, new photos show

Josh Duggar’s trial ended with a guilty verdict, hitting the media with major Duggar news. In April 2021, Josh was arrested on suspicion of downloading and receiving child sexual abuse material onto his computer in his parking lot, Wholesale Motorcars. Additionally, Homeland Security invaded the parking lot in 2019. Now, …

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Neue Auctions’ Winter Antiques & Art Online Auction on Saturday February 19 features over 300 carefully selected lots

Rare Magic Realism oil painting by British artist Mark Lancelot Symons (1887-1935), titled Moving Day, circa 1929-1930, depicting his daughter in her empty room. Fans of Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881-1973) will be treated to an aquatint of The Moving Sands (1964) by the artist, published in 1966, by a painter …

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Toddler bought nearly $2,000 worth of furniture on mom’s phone – SheKnows

Toddlers love to play with their parents’ smartphones and tablets, so it’s no surprise that teenage screen time has nearly doubled during the COVID-19 pandemic. As someone who works from home while watching two children, ages 4 and 2, when they are quarantined at school, I can say with certainty …

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Amy Schneider and the art of keeping a “jeopardy!” Secret of the winning streak

On the evening of November 17, 2021, Amy Schneider was just another Peril! contestant performing a sacred ritual for those who make it through the Olympics trivia: hosting a watch party with a small group of friends while her episode airs — and her small-screen debut. In a Bay Area …

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Amazon says first clothing store will be a fashion and tech revelation – RetailWire

January 21, 2022 Amazon.com has to become the largest clothing retailer in the United States without any stores. Now he plans to open his first clothing store this year under the Amazon Style banner. The 30,000-square-foot store featuring men’s and women’s apparel, footwear and accessories will open in Glendale, Calif., …

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Company logos hold clues to product history – AgriNews

Company logos are a quick message to customers that identify a product on a store shelf or in a television advertisement explaining quality or improvements. Very few have been changed, but many have been updated for a more modern look. Clothing, hairstyles, and changes in lettering style made Morton’s Salt …

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Brands reach sales records at Atlanta’s 2022 Winter Market

Select gift and home decor brands and agencies in the Atlanta Market reported record sales at the close of the Winter 2022 edition, Jan. 11-18, at AmericasMart Atlanta. “Buyers were serious in Atlanta this week – they were ready to stock up with confidence that Atlanta Market would provide the …

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Amazon’s first clothing store lets you call clothes into the fitting room

Amazon Style is a new type of physical store from the online shopping giant that will focus on clothing, shoes and other fashion accessories, the company announced today. It is set to open at The Americana at Brand mall in Los Angeles later this year, where it will be Amazon’s …

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High import duties hamper the export of furniture

High import duties on raw materials hamper the price competitiveness of Bangladesh’s furniture industry, a major barrier to accessing international markets. Although manufacturers have been exporting furniture for a decade, the annual turnover has yet to exceed $100 million, a scenario worth considering since the government is already trying to …

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Global Surgical Personnel Clothing Market Assessment 2022-2027 – Instant Interview

Global Surgical Staff Apparel Market report by Absolute Markets Insights is a thoroughly scrutinized compendium of market improvement and development factors that advance the development path with respect to item information, methodologies and the overall industry portion of the major organizations in that specific market. We follow an iterative review …

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L.A. student working alone at high-end L.A. furniture store stabbed to death by suspected homeless man

A 24-year-old student was stabbed to death by a random man while working at a furniture store in Los Angeles. Brianna Kupfer was found after another customer entered the high-end furniture store Croft House and discovered the body around 1:50 p.m. last Thursday, the Los Angeles Police Department said. Watch …

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Make your home a (stylish) home

Sponsored Content. Us Weekly receives compensation for this item and for purchases made when you click on a link and buy something below. Our home is our happy place. It is our refuge – our escape from the stresses of the outside world. It’s where we sleep and dream, where …

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Antiques Roadshow guest gapes as she learns secret message hidden on necklace

A guest on the ANTIQUES tour was left speechless after learning the secret message hidden on a necklace – and its enormous value. In a classic episode of the BBC show, expert Geoffrey Munn met a lady who had brought in a pristine Fabergé necklace. 3 An Antiques Roadshow guest …

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Realistic Fantastic 4 Art Cast John Krasinski As MCU Reed Richards

All-new, super-realistic fan art imagines what John Krasinski would look like as Reed Richards/Mr. Fantastic in the MCU’s Fantastic Four reboot. John Krasinski becomes Reed Richards/Mr. Fantastic in super-realistic The Fantastic Four fan art. Ever since news broke that Fox’s library of Marvel characters was returning to Marvel Studios, fans …

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Antiques expert urges treasure seekers to seek out old game consoles that can sell for thousands

New TV antiques expert Angus Ashworth has urged treasure seekers to look for old games consoles in the attic rather than family china. Auctioneer Angus, 37, said early gaming computers, including Nintendos, can sell for £1,000 and ZX Spectrums up to £500 among middle-aged buyers with money money to resell. …

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How the Zubaz Pants Became an Iconic Mainstay in Pro Wrestling Apparel

An early 1990s wrestler needed exactly four garments to wear when not in tights ready to walk through the curtain; a fanny pack, a Gold’s Gym tank top, a Ribera Steakhouse jacket, and most sacred of all, brightly colored Zubaz pants. Whenever people post pictures of “old school cool” in …

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Badcock partners with Daytona International Speedway

MULBERRY, Fla. — Top 100 retailers Badcock Home Furniture & more are sending some of their customers to the Great American Race. The Mulberry, Fla.-based retailer, which has locations throughout the Southeast, has partnered with Daytona International Speedway and is offering 12 trips to the sold-out Daytona 500, including a …

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BBC1’s Antiques Road Trip stops at Hugh Miller’s Birthplace Cottage and Museum in Cromarty in the latest show

Dr Alix Powers with the BBC’s David Harper. THE small screen beckons for a historic gem on the Black Isle today (Friday) when Hugh Miller’s Birthplace Cottage and Museum airs on the BBC. The Cromarty-based museum, which is run by the National Trust for Scotland, will feature in the latest …

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An Appropriate Swan Song: The Antiquities of Yenke Peddler

CLEVELAND, Ohio – We honor the Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. with our National Day Monday. Preaching was second nature to Dr. King, echoing the promise and hope for a better future. Take note of his famous “I have a dream” speech, as well as his final speech, “I’ve been …

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artnet: 13 Must-See Exhibits at the Museum of American Art in 2022, From Philip Guston’s Long-awaited Investigation to Faith Ringgold’s New York Moment

So here we are. It’s 2022 and you’re looking for a list of the most important art museum exhibitions of the year. You are in the right place! Here’s a rundown of the shows you’ll want to watch through June. January “Noah Davis“at the Los Angeles underground museumOpening January 12, …

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The 14 Best Androgynous Clothing Brands of 2022

If you speak with any fashion historian, you would know that androgynous clothing is not a trend that has taken hold in recent years. However, the rise of non-binary dressing by celebrity couples and men wearing jewelry does not hurt. Some of the most prolific designers (Coco Chanel, Yohji Yamamoto, …

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After watering down tender clause, Modi government sold CEL to furniture manufacturing company, employees hold dharna

Recently, Nandal Finance and Leasing Limited acquired the entire CEL including all of its assets for just Rs 260 Crore after winning the dubious bid. While the land owned by the company alone is valued at Rs 450 crore. Rambilas, Co-Secretary, CITU (Sahibabad Unit), a union affiliated to the CPM, …

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Art and Music Everywhere – Singer Suzzonn

The first article today is the interview with singer Suzzonn – Art and Music Prevalent Everywhere – Singer Suzzonn. Here the singer talks about his early days in music and various other things close to his heart, including the fact that music is universal and not limited to particular regions. …

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Oportun 2022 personal loan review – Forbes Advisor

Personal loan applications are approved or denied based on a number of factors. All lenders have their own underwriting requirements, but these usually include information from the applicant’s credit profile and other factors demonstrating the ability to repay the loan, such as income. Meeting the requirements below does not guarantee …

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How to Host a Wedding Reception the Right Way – The Art of Talking

Embed code: YouTube Wade Paterson A little over a year ago, I started a YouTube channel and started creating video content to help people become more impactful communicators. Some of my videos have less than 10 views, others a few hundred views, but my most watched video to date (just …

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BBC Antiques Road Trip: Izzie Balmer’s Off-Camera Life of Very Private Love Life, Amazing Hidden Talent, and Most Expensive Sale

Any daytime TV fan will know the name of Izzie Balmer – Izzie has been a regular expert on the iconic BBC show Antiques Road Trip for several years. The 32-year-old antique expert and auctioneer has put his skills and expertise to good use on our screens, and has also …

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Blog: Ports with sufficient capacity are few and far between

I’m so old I remember when Saturday Night Live was funny. I also remember that the use of standardized container sizes was accepted and then became the norm in the early 1980s. Back then many of our “container ships” were freedom ships, which were relatively inexpensive. In 1991, three ports …

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Art students at Lycée Galion benefit from new experiences

Galion High School art students, left to right, Caleb Martin, Julia Aumend, Hudson Miller, Andy Sparks, Brooke Kelly and Ashley Dyer pose with the finished mural on a snow slide from the Ohio Department of Transportation, as part of the “Paint the Tillage” ODOT program. Schools of the city of …

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BBC Antiques Roadshow guest speechless over the true value of Beatles memorabilia

A principal had Beatles memorabilia at his school valued between £ 50,000 and £ 100,000. In a classic episode of the BBC’s Antiquities Roadshow, principal Anthony Wallersteiner of Stowe School – a £ 12,000-per-term Buckinghamshire public school – spoke about the collection to antiques expert Paul Atterbury. The collection includes …

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Junji Ito rings in the New Year with twisted new art

Junji Ito’s work as a manga artist has produced some of the scariest stories published in the fiction world, with the mangaka featuring terrifying creatures and storylines that have caused many nightmares over the decades. Now, to help celebrate the New Year and celebrate “the year of the tiger” according …

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Antiquities Roadshow guest stunned by Georgian necklace rating | Television and radio | Show biz & TV

Antiques Roadshow host Fiona Bruce took BBC viewers on a festive journey on the iconic program’s Christmas special. The show featured updates on items seen on previous tours and unseen treasures from memorable episodes, including two guests who were surprised at the enormous value of their jewelry. Expert John Benjamin …

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Australian proxy cull is a wolf in sheep’s clothing

MELBOURNE, Jan. 7 (Reuters Breakingviews) – Australian businesses have received more protection against cranky investors. Just before Christmas, the federal government imposed new rules on companies like Glass Lewis and the Australian Council of Superannuation Investors which offer voting advice to shareholders. At first glance, they seem to improve transparency. …

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Payday loans for those with bad credit are guaranteed

Citrus North is the top direct lender for those with terrible credit who need a payday loan with a guaranteed approval. You can get cash loans quickly and easily with no credit checks thanks to our innovative matching program. In the privacy and convenience of your own home, you can …

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The National Museum of Wildlife Art acquires its first painting by Thomas Moran

The National Museum of Wildlife Art (NMWA) has announced the addition of a major oil painting by Thomas Moran to the museum’s permanent collection. While NMWA has exhibited pieces by Moran in the past, these pieces were all on loan. Generously donated by Trustee Emeritus Lynn Friess, the Eternal snows …

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Amelia Earhart created a clothing line

Today, it is not uncommon for a celebrity to launch a clothing line. Everyone from Michael Strahan to Rachael Ray has designed or endorsed clothing, including a number of top athletes. They owe some gratitude to pioneering aviator Amelia Earhart, who was one of the first notable figures to dabble …

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Courtenay Finn appointed Chief Curator of Orange County Museum of Art

The Orange County Museum of Art (OCMA) yesterday revealed Courtenay Finn’s appointment as chief curator. Finn will assume her new role in March, departing from the Museum of Contemporary Art in Cleveland, where she has been curator since 2018. At OCMA, she will lead the curatorial department and oversee the …

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What makes online furniture eco-friendly?

The number of people concerned with sustainability is growing rapidly. Last year, 45% of consumers said they were specifically looking for brands with a focus on sustainability. However, it can be difficult to be a sustainable consumer. You need to know what to look for when shopping. Sometimes you have …

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The guest of Antiques Roadshow gasps “I must inform my insurer!” As he learns the breathtaking truth behind Beatles memories

A guest at the ANTIQUES Roadshow gasped “I have to tell my insurer!” after learning the mind-boggling truth behind some Beatles memorabilia. In a classic episode of the BBC show, expert Paul Atterbury met a man who owned a plethora of articles related to the famous Liverpudlian group. 2 Antiques …

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Coco Chanel: fashion designer, Nazi informant | Antiques roadshow

In the summer of 2021, when ANTIQUES ROADSHOW visited Wadsworth Mansion in Middletown, Connecticut, a guest named Georgiana brought a beautiful cuff bracelet that she said once belonged to her mother’s great-aunt, actress Helen. Hayes. Collectibles appraiser Laura Woolley informed Georgina that the bracelet was originally designed for the jewelry …

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Big order: Women in the region take the online clothing market to new heights

“For tall women, the ability to go to a market and find all these new brands that have trendy clothes that really fit them… brings back the joy of shopping,” says Kayla Alexander Barrie native Kayla Alexander, Nicole Murphy and Kesia Alexander have a lot in common – they all …

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BBC Antiques Road Trip: Natasha Raskin Sharp’s Husband She Met On Set, The One Thing They “Are Guilty” Of And How She Broke The Rules Of The BBC Show

When it comes to antiques, no one knows what TV presenter and antiques expert Natasha Raskin Sharp is. Natasha, 35, will be a familiar face to anyone who has enjoyed programs such as Antiques Road Trip, Bargain Hunt or Flog it! and she has many years of experience under her …

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Travel on the antiques route: did you know that Natasha Raskin Sharp has a famous father?

January 03, 2022 – 12:08 GMT Emmy griffiths Natasha Raskin Sharp’s father, Philip Raskin, helped her get interested in the antiques business! We like to watch Natasha Raskin Sharp show his incredible knowledge of antiques and art on Journey on the antiques route, but did you know that the star …

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From windows to jackets to furniture, solar energy is totally rev.

In January 2021, five women artisans from Mozambique and three designers from the Netherlands gathered in Linga Linga, a small peninsula in Mozambique–for a three-week design residency. This resulted in two prototypes: a lampshade that lights up in the dark and a small purse that charges a phone. The workshop …

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CFPB’s arbitrary attacks on payday loans

The new director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Rohit Chopra, began to shake his interventionist saber just two months after his confirmation in the Senate. Whether it’s pushing the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. To block bank mergers or attack bank overdraft fees, Mr. Chopra is moving aggressively. If the …

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Pete’s Place: part art museum, part house of horrors … and enter at your own risk

A man from ManawatÅ« who lives every day like his Halloween welcomes you to his home … at your own risk. His place – a former warehouse that he himself renovated – is an exclusive sanctuary for like-minded people, including the underground creative scene of Palmerston North. It was a …

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Tim Tessalone and Art Bartner are not alike. They also have a lot in common – Annenberg Media

Tim Tessalone and Art Bartner are not alike. About 15 minutes before a USC football game kicks off, Tessalone, longtime USC sports news director until his retirement on New Years Day 2022, is locked up. A pen is tucked between her right ear and her temple; a folded note card …

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Celebrate the New Year with Wheeling Antiques | News, Sports, Jobs

This pastel-hued portrait vase from Warwick is a recent find for a local collector. It is pink with aqua highlights and edged with gold. Downtown Wheeling has been at the forefront of many news with sewage and street improvements, more housing options, and an effort by many small businesses to …

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