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7 Little Known Facts About The Wizard of Oz Memorabilia

Here are 10 little known facts about the movie and the Wizard of Oz memorabilia that you may not know.The Wizard of Oz is a movie made in 1939 and is often lauded for its use of fantasy storytelling, music and unique characters.

The Astonishing Story Behind Thomas Jefferson’s Antique Writing Box

Thomas Jefferson (1743 – 1826), the third President of the United States (1801 – 09) and a keen advocate of democracy, republicanism and individual rights, had a portable, antique writing box on which he drafted the Declaration of Independence. The significance that is attached to Thomas Jefferson’s antique writing box is hence one that is

10 Little-Known Tips When Purchasing Antiques and Collectibles

Do you often encounter difficulties in selecting antiques and collectibles from the flea market? Or maybe sometimes you can’t tell if an antique is fake or real? This specially curated article could lessen your pain, as we consolidated the opinions of some of the top industry experts in the world to share with us little-known

Singapore’s One and Only Sungei Road Thieves Market

Singapore’s famous Sungei Road Thieves Market (双溪路贼市场/跳蚤市场) , located between Jalan Besar and Rochor Canal Road, is the country’s largest and oldest flea market, and originated in the 1930s. As it used to operate between 3pm and 6pm, its operating hours have resulted in it being nicknamed “Robinson Petang”, or “Robinson in the afternoon”, perhaps a

9 Brilliant Ways To Use Antique Doors In Your Home

Everybody loves antique doors as they remind us of those memories of how our home first looked, and they also have incredible smells that take us back to memory lane. Antique doors, windows and shutters have many great uses – you can repurpose them in your hallway, kitchen and even your own bedroom. You can

14 Interesting Facts About Antique Tea Cups from China

For many centuries now, drinking tea has been an important part of Chinese culture. The practice of drinking tea originated in China and tea is regarded to be one of the seven necessities of Chinese life, others being, soy sauce, rice, salt, vinegar, oil and firewood. It goes without saying that tea time is incomplete

A Concise Guide to Selecting Vintage Kimono Fabric

Whether you’re looking for vintage kimono fabric in silks or cottons, there are a number of things you’ll want to look at when you’re deciding on the best quality and the most authentic. The main concern for buyers is the quality of silk kimono fabric or vintage kimono cotton. What are you looking for when

The Evolution of Vintage Shopping in Bangkok

Vintage shopping in Bangkok is now the new trend, and hunting for vintage treasure items in furniture, clothes, accessories and several other curios has become a new found passion of the locals and likewise tourists who are making a beeline to the city’s vintage storehouses. Plenty of such vintage treasure-troves have mushroomed all over the

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