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Howard Pierce — Treasured Pottery for All

Howard Pierce — Treasured Pottery for All

By Tom Cotter      Howard Pierce is one of the happy stories of the 1930’s and on in the pottery community. With limited formal schooling and a self-financed trip around the world, Pierce moved from Chicago to California to live with an aunt in 1934. Devoted to human and non-human anatomy and physiology, Pierce developed exceptional sketching abilities to create […]

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Willie’s Antiques & Collectables in Florence Amazing

Willie’s Antiques & Collectables in Florence Amazing

By Jon DeStefano    Although Willie Miller started in the antique business over 30 years ago she was fond of them a lot longer. “I always have liked old things,” she said, “I love history and sometimes I think I was born in the wrong century even though it was a lot harder living back then as compared to now. For […]

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Lobsters: Culinary Collectibles and Delectable Crustaceans!

Lobsters: Culinary Collectibles and Delectable Crustaceans!

By Rachel Hoffman      The end of summer is approaching, and with that, I have an urgent feeling to squeeze as much summer as I can in the remaining weeks. One of my first thoughts surrounding this was the lobster! Never have collecting and cuisine merged together so nicely. Lobsters are fun collectibles that come in all budgets, shapes and […]

by · September 6, 2017 · 0 comments · Appraiser's Diary
The FAC Co-hosts This Years’ Annual Van Briggle Festival

The FAC Co-hosts This Years’ Annual Van Briggle Festival

Colorado Springs — The Bemis School of Art at the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center at Colorado College (FAC) is excited to co-present the annual Van Briggle Pottery Festival with the Woman’s Educational Society (WES contributes funds toward tuition and book allowances for 21 Colorado College women who have been selected as WES Scholars) on Saturday, September 9, 2017 from […]

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Florence News: Thirty Days Hath September…

Florence News: Thirty Days Hath September…

By Sandy Dale    And every one is busy, busy, busy here in our little Florence. If it isn’t doing the yard work that didn’t get done during the summer than it is planning out the holidays that get here so much sooner than we think. (Florence is the perfect place to bring those holiday houseguests and family for a day […]

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