Expert antiques appraiser Lori Verderame suggests not ruling out an item from the attic as valuable just because it’s ugly, such as this Staffordshire blue and white platter, circa 1870.
Expert antiques appraiser Lori Verderame suggests not ruling out an item from the attic as valuable just because it’s ugly, such as this Staffordshire blue and white platter, circa 1870. Photo provided
Expert antiques appraiser Lori Verderame suggests not ruling out an item from the attic as valuable just because it’s ugly, such as this Staffordshire blue and white platter, circa 1870. Photo provided

Art & Antiques: Cull antiquing lessons from expert’s catch phrases

August 10, 2014 12:30 AM

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