Martin Codina is on a mission to help people navigate the waters of estate liquidation with confidence and clarity, and he explains why it's important in an exclusive Q&A about his top-selling book.
Pleasant, familiar smells are said to have a “halo effect” that puts shoppers in a good mood, and encourages them to spend.
Sooner or later, most of us who hang out with antiques get the urge to do a little repair here or a touch up there – nothing major. But one thing usually leads to another and before we know it, we are in over our heads. Then we need the help of a professional...
Columnist Wayne Jordan argues haggling is bad for the antiques business and explains customers and dealers would be better served by negotiating: Haggling is all about price; negotiating is about an exchange of value.