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  • China vacations info - Urumqi travel info  By : Luann Crane
    This article is about the Urumqi travel and you can find some useful information in it if you are planning your Urumqi travel now.
  • Branson Music and the Thriving Bluegrass Scene  By : Luann Crane
    Branson Missouri has deep bluegrass roots, and due to that fact, there are many bluegrass shows and annual events that can be enjoyed here. If you are looking for a vacation destination that is rich with culture and bluegrass experiences, then Branson, MO is the perfect choice.
  • Yummy And Playful Acro Yoga  By : Luann Crane
    Jogging, workouts, dance lessons; all these activities are becoming rather boring now. Try a new kind of activity this summer. Meet Richard Baimbridge who is known worldwide for Acro Yoga; a combination of acrobats, yoga and massage. Join his classes and see for yourself the pleasure and fun in Acro Yoga. Join Spanish Classes at BBCC, who offer smaller classes and promise more attention to the students. If you’re English is good, you can join in as an English teacher too.
  • Authentic Samurai Sword Buying Guide  By : Bhatt Bijoy
    Here are a few qualities to look for in a quality samurai sword. An authentic samurai sword should be at least a high carbon steel forge blade (like the Thaitsuki swords) or a folded steel blade.
  • Funny Cow Items: My Key To (semi) Sanity  By : Rick London..
    As one who is into cow collectibles, clothes, and such, I humbly believe the cow to be the funniest (and possibly the most spiritual animal on the planet...and no, I have no Hindu roots). I just love the cow. Though this may be hard for some city-dwellers to fathom, I can assure you Mississippians and other inhabitants of the southeastern states were laughing at cows long before The Far Side was a twinkle in Gary Larson's eye.
  • Military Sword Displays  By : Devin23 Hughes52.
    A weapon used by the military during the old days, such as military sword, has undergone a major evolution on its design, weight and the thickness of the blade. Above anything else it is very important to know the basic parts of a military sword and their corresponding functions in order to appreciate its beauty.

    When looking on military swords displayed on a store, the first thing you notice is the blade. Basically, there are two types of blades: straight and curved. The blade’s design may vary in to a straight edge or a curve edge. It depends on what specific time the sword was designed. For curved blades, examples will be a rapier and saber, they are sometimes called backswords. Almost all the military swords that you seen or military gifts given to a military person, the edge is usually straight, it is seldom that you see a curved edge of the blade. The blades of the swords came in different styles for different purposes. The curved styles of the blades of the backswords are for the sole purpose of quick slicing motion. It has been observed that curved styles of blades are better than straight styles of blade for its ability for a quick slicing motion.
  • The United States Silver Coin  By : Robert Thomson
    The US silver coin is widely sought after as an addition to a coin collection. The American Eagle is perhaps the most popular US silver coin, but there are many more kinds for you to collect and enjoy.
  • Military Sword Collectors  By : Devin62 Hughes62
    True to the historic legend, the US Military swords follow the message that only the one that is truly worthy can pull the sword from the stones. In following the history of these amazing historic artifacts, symbols, and simply activities, only the worthy have carried these embodiments of the passion and courage that kept America alive .
  • America's Continued Love For Pink Flamingo Collectibles  By : Rick London..
    You love 'em or hate 'em. The pink flamingo that is. To you its art or junk. It's a matter of taste. But pink flamingo fanatics have kept this collectible phenomena alive even after laws were passed to try to prevent them in yard. Today the pink flamingo is more popular than ever. It all started at a little factory called Union Products back in the 1940's in Lemnister, Ma.
  • 10 Do's And Don't In Collecting Art Clocks  By : Rick London..
    1. Go online and even to museums and see what is out there, the prices, and how they look. Most websites will describe the clock and a museum may even have a detailed brochure. Online is more for newer licensed art clock buying which also generally rise in value along with the artist whose art is on the clock. 2. Shop with more than one dealer. Talk to many and collectors as well. Most of them are generous and will share your enthusiasm. Check online and see what has sold in the past and at what price. Buy prudently but with confidence.
  • How To Get Appraisals for Sports Memorabilia  By : Mike Medwin
    When you invest in sports memorabilia, you often don't realize how much the value can climb by the time you choose to sell. Likewise, it could decrease in value as well.
  • Knowing The Value Of Sports Memorabilia  By : Mike Medwin
    Anything that is worth collecting will differ in value because of many different factors. For instance, a Dallas cowboy's jersey may not be of any value whatsoever to a New York Yankees fan.
  • Ways To Connect to Troops  By : Robert Thomson
    Soldiers leave marks and memories through challenge coins of places the are and places they have been. These are ways to remember their time serving. While they serve they also need connections to home.
  • Ancient Coins as Collections  By : Slavco Stefanoski
    Collecting coins is so much fun! It is both a hobby and a source of income for many. One type of coin that you may want to consider collecting is ancient coins.
  • Buy The Exact Replacement For Your Machine  By : Robert Carlton..
    I would in all probability be reduced to tears, if I were to trip into the kitchen in the morning and break my pot. Don't you dare shatter my coffee pot, instead you can unplug my television, take away the stove! If you dare break one, only droning is what my poor husband would hear, until a replacement of the coffee pot.
  • Sports Memorabilia Covers A Wide Area  By : Mike Mansfield
    Most people associate sports memorabilia with sports such as baseball and football. However, there are many other areas of sports that provide an avenue for collectibles.
  • How to Determine the Value of Sports Memorabilia  By : Mike Mansfield
    Perhaps the most important factor in determining the value of sports memorabilia is the athlete or the sportsman. If you have a real popular and well-known sports hero's merchandise with his name on it the value may be more.
  • Authentic Sports Memorabilia  By : Mike Mansfield
    Will you want to choose only one category to begin collecting your sports memorabilia? If so, learn it, research it, and invest in it wisely.
  • Appraisals for Sports Memorabilia  By : Mike Mansfield
    When you invest in sports memorabilia, you often don't realize how much the value can climb by the time you choose to sell. Likewise, it could decrease in value as well.
  • All About Sports Memorabilia Auctions  By : Mike Mansfield
    Sports memorabilia auctions are highly attended functions. Some of these auctions are designated functions for a specific community cause. But no matter the cause or purpose if you are a collector it is a chance for you to add to your collection.
  • Value of Sports Memorabilia  By : Mike Mansfield
    Anything that is worth collecting will differ in value because of many different factors. For instance, a Dallas cowboy's jersey may not be of any value whatsoever to a New York Yankees fan.
  • Antique Snuff Box Collecting  By : Tim Love
    Antique snuff box collecting is an easy and affordable hobby, because there is plenty of scope for starting an antique snuff box collection cheaply, as well as numerous places both on and offline line that can be used to source antique snuff boxes. There has never been a better time to start collecting snuff boxes.
  • Coin Dealers Tips  By : Michael Malega
    Take a look at this article that is all about Coin Dealers topic that may be of interest to you. If you interested to learn more on this topic, please check our net site…
  • Photos And Your Scrapbook  By :
    Scrapbook photos and how to use and enhance pages. How to card for your photos for use in scrapbooks.
  • The Parthian Empire, Some Collectors Focus on Artistic Interest  By : Terry Kubiak
    Greek coins describe coins of Mediterranean city-states and kingdoms before the Roman Empire, Celtic tribes and Indo-Greek kingdoms.. There are many opportunities for specialization. Some collectors focus on artistic interest. The collection of Calouste Gulbenkian is an outstanding example of the artistic appeal of the finest coins of ancient Greece. Leonidas at Thermopylae other collectors specialize in issues of a single city.
  • Batman Comics - The Fascinating World Of These Marvels  By : Bowe Packer
    The comic book world is one of fascination and intrigue. The character of Batman is no exception to this rule.
  • Coin Collection Folders Help Protect Your Valuable Coin Collection  By : Douglas Taylor
    Many people start collecting coins because they really enjoy hunting down old coins and because of the satisfaction the hobby brings when you find that rare old coin. Once you have located that great find most people will want to do everything they can to protect the coin from harm.
  • Cleaning Coins - Think About It First  By : Bowe Packer
    Have some rare coins you think might need a little cleaning? Think again.
  • What Needs To Be Considered When Providing An Estimate Of Value On A Rare Coin  By : Douglas Taylor
    When dealers are looking at a rare coin value estimate there are a number of things that they will need to take into account. In this article we will look at the things that such dealers will consider when estimating the value of a rare coin.
  • What Might Actually Determine The Value Of Your Coin Collection  By : Douglas Taylor
    One of the best ways of valuing your coin collection is by using a coin dealer. These are experts in their field and they are likely to stay abreast of prices, auctions, information and news related to coin collecting.
  • What Are Challenge Coins  By : Bowe Packer
    Are you a coin collector or want to be? Learn how to become an expert coin collector.
  • How To Value Coins Using A Coin Value Guide  By : Douglas Taylor
    One of the most important pieces of information that a coin collector will want to know is how much a coin is worth. By knowing what a coin is worth will affect what they are willing to pay or sell it for. Plus it will help you to look and appreciate your coins much more. There are plenty of US coin value guides available both off and online.
  • Coin Collecting Values! What Is Your Coin Collection Worth?  By : Douglas Taylor
    There are so many things that can affect the value of your coin collection. A lot of these are obvious like the condition your coin is in or how old it is. How many coins were produced is another item that will affect your coin collecting values. Other things to keep in mind are factors that are beyond your control such as how much desire there is for the coin you own.
  • Hang Onto That 2 Dollar Bill  By : Bowe Packer
    Have an old 2 dollar bill and thinking about getting rid of it? You might want to hang onto it.
  • Antique Music Boxes - Buying Tips  By :
    Looking for a unique music box? What about an antique music box? You can find many antique boxes that are still playing. Here are some tips on how to get a vintage music box.
  • Finding Old American Coins In Ordinary Places  By : Douglas Taylor
    While there are certainly many places to find old coins on the net, in some ways this hobby can be as traditional as it was back before the Internet. People starting out in their coin-collecting journey are often delighted to discover how many old American coins are still in everyday use.
  • Finding Collectible Coin Bargains On Ebay  By : Phillip Mason
    Tips for buying collectible coins on eBay.
  • How to Transport Your Classic Car  By : John Pawlett
    Classic car transport is a large branch of car transport; it is a specialized field that includes car transport companies that are dedicated to the transport of antique and vintage cars.
  • Brandnew Guide to Starting a Coin Collection  By : Michael Hehn
    If you're seriously interested in knowing about coin collection, you need to think beyond the basics. This informative article takes a closer look at things you need to know about coin collection.
  • Did You Know There is a New Dollar Coin for 2007  By : Keith Scott
    The US Mint will begin issue of a new dollar coin in 2007
  • Discover How Train Modelers Plan For Realism  By : Jimmy Cox
    Your choice of a layout will depend not only on the available space, trackage and on the work you want your railroad to do. At first it will be enough just to have the locomotive pull cars around, pass onto a siding, switch onto a branch line.
  • The Fascinating World of Antique Chairs  By : John Savage
    The concept of chairs was first introduced in the late 1600s by the Pilgrims.
  • Exercise Caution When Buying Antique Collectibles  By : Brooke Hayles
    Getting involved with antique collectibles is an extremely rewarding hobby, providing that you know enough to avoid purchasing a piece that is not a genuine antique.
  • Why Gerber Hunting Knives Continue To Be A Market Leader  By : Gregg Hall
    For the serious knife collectors all over the world, there are so many knives in different sizes and descriptions, it's a wonder how they keep track of them all. Many collectors like to have different varieties in their collections, while others may focus on a more specific name brand.
  • Take Time To Relax And Go Hunting For Seashells  By : Brooke Hayles
    People who are very serious about collecting seashells are known as sea shell hunters. You too can start your own seashell collection, jut check with authorities in the area you plan to hunt. If you wash them and prepare them correctly, they make great displays and decorations, as well as keep sakes.
  • A Look At A New Entry In The Collectible Toy Car Market  By : Gregg Hall
    The diecast marketplace gained a new member seven years ago with the unlikely appearance of Jada Toys. The beginner brand began humbly but swiftly gained astounding interest due to the development of its style and trendy new design concepts.
  • Sea Shells Can Be Used To Create Masterpieces  By : Brooke Hayles
    Using shells in your art work is great for remembering your time at the beach, and also looks unique, creative and natural. If you don't have seashells of your own, you can order them online in packages or even if you want to add some extra varieties to your own collection.
  • Finding The Best Knife Makers  By :
    While looking for knife-makers around the globe on the Internet, you may come across a lot of companies. However, if you are particularly interested in custom-made knives then visiting NCKnife might prove useful. They have a wide range of custom knives and other leather crafts to offer.
  • How And Where To Buy Quality Diecast Collectible Cars  By : Gregg Hall
    One can find many opportunities to build a collection simply by logging on to Ebay. Alternatively, one can sell parts or entire collections through the same venue. All it takes is a computer, digital camera, and a little know how to become a successful diecast merchant on the internet.
  • Finding The Best Knife  By :
    Knife is one of the necessary utility in our daily life. There are various types of knives available in the market. Many numbers of knife makers are there to build in exclusive design that you are looking to purchase. Here is the article for you providing the best information on knives and different knife makers with a brief description.
  • Fascinating British Coin Collecting With A Feel of Nostalgia  By : Lesley Chew
    Discover the joys of British Coin Collecting.
  • Amazing Time and Money-Saving Tips for Enthusiasts of Coin Collecting  By : Lee Dobbins
    Coin collecting is not only a hobby, it's also an investment - Learn how to make the most out of it!
  • A Short Guide To Collecting Stag Hunting Knives  By : Gregg Hall
    The stag hunting knives are very different from other sorts of knives. The special part of the stag hunting knife is the handle, which is made from the white tail, mule deer and sometimes even elk antler. The quality of the knife insofar as its designs, durability, craftsmanship, materials and sturdiness is really unquestionable.
  • Your Must-Know Guide To American Coin Collecting  By : Lesley Chew
    Interested in American coin collecting? This article explores what are the different types of American coin that a collector can specialize in.
  • Why Buck Hunting Knives Continue To Be As Popular As Ever  By : Gregg Hall
    Most serious collectors will tell you about the high quality level of these knives. There is a reason that Buck knives have been popular for so many years and that reason is there highly maintained standard of excellence.
  • Custom Knife Collecting - The System  By : Eddie Yakubovich
    Five years ago. Michael Donato and Richard Mattei made a business decision. They were introduced to handmade custom knives and found a career.
  • Why Collecting Diecast Cars Is More Popular Than Ever  By : Gregg Hall
    One broad hobby that encompasses many walks of life is collecting. It is such a broad hobby because collections can be comprised of almost anything that pleases the collector. A popular collector item is cars, however, this is also a broad topic.
  • A Look At Some Of The Newer Lines Of Collectible Cars  By : Gregg Hall
    In today's modern market of video games and computer overuse, there is a concept being revived in popular culture: the collectible car.
  • Find Popular Handmade Folding Knives From Morrow Custom Knife Makers  By :
    Morrow Custom knife-makers are popular for their handmade folding knives. Their specialty is double-blade knives exquisitely made and finished. They claim that their knives are made with highest quality and by using the best material available.
  • Antiques Mean Something Different To Everyone  By : Susan Dean
    Many people, myself included love the look of old things. We love to furnish our homes with old furniture and different nick knacks that have come from a different era. Many of these things are antiques while many are just old looking.
  • Collectible Teapots - A Hobby Worth Admiring  By : Susan Dean
    So many people collect so many different things. I suppose the most popular would be coins and stamps along with spoons and cards. You can of course collect anything you like. Some things that people collect are for investment purposes but most are just because they love what they are collecting. I love collectible teapots amongst other things like teddy bears and figurines.
  • Make Yours A Gold Coin Collection  By : Lesley Chew
    Gold coin collecting is an exciting and fairly secure investment. Discover what other benefits financially does gold coin collecting holds besides being such a fascinating hobby.
  • Top Tips for the Stamp Collector  By : Jimmy Cox
    Stamps. You put them on a letter you want to mail, or a bill you need to pay. Once in a while, if it is a birthday or Valentine`s Day card, you will request a special picture on the stamp, a cake or a heart, perhaps. However, to some, stamps are more than just mere postage.
  • The Intelligent Way To Search For Collectibles On eBay  By : Gregg Hall
    You would be surprised at the items that have been collecting dust in some of the garages and attics of many worldwide households. When it's time to do a little spring cleaning, eBay fills with some of the unwanted possessions from a wide range of characters.
  • Your Coin Collection Is Worth How Much?  By : Lesley Chew
    How do you determined how much is your coin collection worth? Discover the various sources that you can use to determine the value of your coin collection.
  • History of the Famous 1913 Liberty Nickel  By : Keith Scott
    The most famous coin of all is the 1913 Liberty Nickel. How did this coin become so famous and how did it come about? Did you know it isn't even considered a legal issue coin?
  • The History of the 1943 Steel Cent  By : Keith Scott
    In 1943, the US Mint distributed a coin made of steel. Why did this happen?
  • Antique Prints And Maps Auctions  By : Claude Bourgoin
    Maps have become a very popular collectible because they a testament of mans understanding of the known world and the political changes that are underlying our socio-economic structures. Online auctions are fast becoming the most popular place to find prints of specific maps of all kinds from prints to the genuine antique maps used in historical expeditions.
  • History of the Liberty 'V' Nickel  By : Keith Scott
    Ever wonder how the Liberty Nickel, or 'V' nickel as it is sometimes called came about? Read on to learn the interesting history behind this coin.
  • Collecting Art And Artwork  By : Claude Bourgoin
    Although purchasing a renowned artist's work, requires sometimes an extremely large sum of money and the value of this type of painting is likely to increase over the years it's sometimes unknown artist's that can represent exceptional investment opportunities.
  • How To Find Great NASCAR Collectibles And Memorabilia Online  By : Gregg Hall
    NASCAR is a fast paced sport to enjoy, it is the National Association for Stock Car Racing. Racing has gotten more popular in recent years and NASCAR is at the top of racing news. So it should be no surprise that collecting NASCAR memorabilia is a favorite pastime of many.
  • Why Some Glassware Is Considered To Be Collectible And Valuable  By : Gregg Hall
    When it comes to art, you never know what they're going to call the next Mona Lisa. Art encompasses such a variety of forms of expression that you can't really say what is art and what isn't.
  • Learn More About Destinations All Over The World With Stamp Collecting  By : Gregg Hall
    Out of all the hobbies you may enter, stamp collecting not only allows you to have fun, but also provides you with a looking glass into the past, present, as well as future.
  • Coin Collecting Hobby : Great Fun For The Whole Family  By : Susan Dean
    Isn't it funny that when we are kids we tend to enjoy collecting as a hobby but most of us do not continue this through adult life? I know as a child I enjoyed a stamp and coin collecting hobby along with swap cards and teddy bears.
  • How To Be Sure That The Sword You Want To Buy Is Made Of Quality Materials  By : Gregg Hall
    Swords can be made out of many different materials depending on what they will be used for. Swords are a dangerous weapon that can be used to kill people. Hopefully the only reason you would want a real sword is if you are a collector, and not to actually harm someone.
  • How Can I Buy Coins on eBay Without Getting Ripped Off?  By : Keith Scott
    Is it safe to buy coins on Ebay? Follow these tips to put the odds in your court.
  • How to Assemble a Liberty Head V Nickel Collection  By : Keith Scott
    Liberty Nickels can make for a great collecting challenge. Learn how to get started
  • How To Choose Swords That Are Beautiful And Functional  By : Gregg Hall
    A true collector of swords will know what he is looking for when he is after a sword. Usually collectors are quite knowledgeable about the different aspects of a sword. These people will probably be able to look at a sword and tell you if it is truly authentic or if it is a fake remake.
  • The Progress of Porcelain Factories  By : Mitch Johnson
    With the passage of time the old styles and designs of porcelain making were still practiced by purchasing the formulas. There were production of both qualities for both domestic use and higher qualities for exports to other countries.
  • Art Deco Auctions  By : John Savage
    In the field of modern art, art deco plays a large and impressive role.
  • Dollhouse - A Miniature House In Your House  By : Brooke Hayles
    Today, the dollhouse has become again something of pleasure in the lives of children as well as adults alike, and the thrill of collecting particular accessories has become quite addictive for many dollhouse enthusiasts.
  • Porcelain - The Best of Chinese  By : Mitch Johnson
    Among different types of ceramic, porcelain is one of the most beautiful and expensive Chinese-made ceramic. Though it has been firstly made by Chinese, later it spread all over Europe and many people started making it. In this article you will learn more about porcelain.
  • Porcelain in Germany - Its Begining and End  By : Mitch Johnson
    The porcelain produced since 1710 is called Meissen in Germany. Johann Bottger successfully experiments in making a hard red ware, he was able to make a white one and in 1710 the Royal Saxon Manufactory was established.
  • The Most Remarkable English Porcelain Factories  By : Mitch Johnson
    There were many porcelain based factories in England and some of them like the factories operating during the eighteenth century at Chelsea and Worcester were the most consistent in their use of marks. This helped the collectors to identify the original from the fake ones.
  • Development and Advancement in American Glass  By : Mitch Johnson
    During the course of the eighteenth century numerous glasshouses came up and went. The greatest demands in America would be for the window-glass and for bottles. The immigrants owned most of the American glasshouses from Germans and the England who brought their skills.
  • Some of the Famous European Ivory  By : Mitch Johnson
    Ivory is one of the most precious things especially in the present time due to its scarcity. Many of them have been kept in the collectors possessions. There are demand for even the things that resembles closely ivory like the teeth of the hippopotamus, walrus, narwhal, and sperm-whale, and the bones of animals. These things have also become very expensive.
  • Silver in Seventeenth and Eighteenth Century  By : Mitch Johnson
    There have been many silver pieces from the past that are unlikely to come up in the open for the public from either museums, churches or private collectors, etc. Refugees coming to England had contributed immensely to the quantities of silvers through their high standards of craftsmanship. The silver metal and their designs have been subjected to different influenced.
  • Continental Porcelain in Continental Style  By : Mitch Johnson
    There are some differences between the English and the Continental porcelain. They are different in their designs, styles and their paintings, printings and impressions. We will be looking at some these differences below.
  • The Story of the Stoneware Pottery  By : Mitch Johnson
    There were many potters whose names could not be recognized due the non-availability or only the availability of their initials which does not help the collectors to identify the makers of some of the masterpieces that had been found in different parts of the world.
  • What You Need to Know about Greek and Roman Ceramic  By : Mitch Johnson
    Ceramic has come from a long history of time. With human being has more knowledge and advanced equipment, people start making the development in ceramic making. In this article you will learn the history of ceramic from the Greek time until Roman time.
  • About the Antique Makers and Designers  By : Mitch Johnson
    Do you any antique designers and the cabinet-makers who had made some of the antique pieces that we could see even today. Most of the information about these designers or makers were most of the time very difficult to find. We will know some of these famous designers and makers and something about their works.
  • Best Wooden Furnitures of Sixteenth and Seventeenth Century  By : Mitch Johnson
    Some of these products had different origins. Commode, Console table, cradles, cupboards and wardrobes, davenport, desks is some of the types of furniture that we are going to discuss in this page.
  • Discovering Different Kinds of Watches  By : Mitch Johnson
    Pocket watch was first made in 1520. Then it keeps on improving with time and we have a lot of choices. They come in all shape and sizes and different designs and decorated with different types of ornaments. One of the most important thing in a watch is it movements accuracy and the materials and their durability.
  • Chinese Pottery and Porcelain Trade  By : Mitch Johnson
    With the progress of China in the pottery and porcelain the European nations started their hunt to imitate or copy the Chinese styles and designs. The Chinese made drinking-vessels, cups and saucers and teapots popular in their own styles. The Chinese trade with the European in the potteries and porcelain wares grew quite high.
  • The Brilliant Story of Lace  By : Mitch Johnson
    There was wool stitching with colorful wools from famous paintings and on Biblical subjects in the nineteenth. And there were beadworks as well which is an allied to embroidery and very popular in the seventeenth century during the reign of Queen Victoria. And lace was one the subject of interest in the earlier days.
  • English Pieces of the Furniture World  By : Mitch Johnson
    England has a rich collection of antique furniture in its possessions. This is because of its rich historical background. Many of their designs and style were copied and inspired from different countries. Let us have a look at some of the types of tables and from where they got their names.
  • Making and Figuring of Bronze  By : Mitch Johnson
    Making articles and figures from the bronze is one of the most difficult things. There are many process involved to make articles and figures from the bronze. Among the nations famous for their bronze making skills are Italy, France and Germany. And a number of good bronzes were made in England in the eighteenth century, but little is known yet about them.
  • Glass of Germany and Holland  By : Mitch Johnson
    The quality of the paintings of the glass made the Germans noteworthy. The Germany craftsmen were able to successfully engrave natural rock-crystal adapt that to their skill to glass setting a new standard of glass-making. And Netherland made the Venetian type of glass in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. They excelled in glass decorations.
  • Types of Stones and Their Characteristics  By : Mitch Johnson
    There are some jade and stones that we know very less about them. The natives of New Zealand sometimes use these stones for making figures of human and even articles like axe-head. These stones had never failed to surprise and delight the craftsmen and collectors alike.
  • Remarkable French and Chinese Glass  By : Mitch Johnson
    The French made the Venetian styles of glass and have no particular distinction. The French glass making began to develop in the eighteenth century.

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