Bargains revealed. Glass marbles, signed paintings, ceramic pitchers and jewelry bargains all found by people like you who were shopping at online auctions, thrift stores, and estate sales. Watch Ph.D. Antiques Appraiser Dr. Lori uncover the stories of finds she has appraised for people telling you how to find them and what people are really paying. In this video, Dr. Lori values coffee pots, rings, earrings, a necklace, a still life painting providing tips to find these bargains yourself. See the pieces people and companies gave away for such little money. Dr. Lori shows you the thousands of dollars these pieces actually resell for. Watch and keep shopping, bargains found shopping are still out there. Watch more videos on Dr. Lori’s YouTube channel. Send photos of your thrift store finds for Dr. Lori to value.
Watch tips on how to value dishes and plates. See a plate found at a yard sale that resold for one thousand dollars. Ph.D. Antiques Appraiser Dr. Lori uncovers secrets to find, sell and value blue and white China, Canton ware and valuable Meissen dinnerware. See how to identify dishes and plates by their shape, color, and edges. Don’t rely just on marks since those can easily be forged. Watch to see how to value dishes and plates like Spongeware, Blue Ridge, Meissen, Tiffany, an Oyster plate, China and another styles. Does your antique dish have two marks on it? Discover which mark to use when researching. Watch more tips on how to find valuable dishes and discover more on Dr. Lori’s YouTube channel.
Watch Dr. Lori explain how you can lose a lot of money when selling your antiques to an antiques appraiser, live during an encounter at one of her antiques appraisal events. Understand this common sense logic that can actually make you money. It’s a secret many don’t want you to realize.
Watch Dr. Lori reveal why Millennials want to buy your antiques. Use this information to market and sell your antiques. See this younger generation discover they like a 25,000 dollar painting at one of Dr. Lori’s events, a 3,000 dollar piece of Van Briggle pottery they bought for only 60 dollars, antique swords and much more. If you are selling antiques, you are probably missing a big market because you incorrectly believe that young people don’t like antiques. Read more about Selling Antiques to Millennials