Keepsakes Worth Keeping

You may love your great-grandma’s 100 hundred-year-old set of Limoges China, but don’t plan on retiring on it. This dishy bit of information was shared by antiques appraiser Mark Metts of My Nanna’s Estate Sales, who I recently met at a Jewish Pavilion “Antiques Roadshow Style” luncheon. Metts shared that the bottom fell out of the antique’s market with the recent recession, and does not appear to have a silver lining (However, he did share that silver is one of the few items that has retained its value). Instead of china, estate sale shoppers became interested in more practical, usable items like bargain priced lightly used, every-day tableware. So where does the value lie in our old keeps

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