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The Best Chalk Paint By Annie Sloan For Furniture

The Best Chalk Paint By Annie Sloan For Furniture

Blog / January 4, 2022

Annie Sloan Chalk Paint® is perfect if you want to upgrade a room with a new look and hide wear and tear on your furniture. Available in various colors, including Capri Pink, Aubusson Blue, Paris Gray and the classical Pure White, your old furniture will look good once painted. There is no need for sanding […]

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The benefits of hiring an estate sale company in New Jersey

The benefits of hiring an estate sale company in New Jersey

Blog / December 7, 2021

Executors and family members may not know where to start when faced with a large estate, filled with items of varying value. Liquidating such an estate can be time-consuming – and, in most cases, the people involved don’t have the time they need to get the job done. This is where an estate sale company […]

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Luxurious Heidi Daus jewelry & Christmas ornaments

Heidi Daus jewelry & Christmas ornaments

Blog / November 2, 2021

It is time to spoil the exquisite people in your life with equally exquisite gifts. Heidi Daus jewelry and Christmas ornaments are designed to bring a quality of craftsmanship to one’s home. With our extensive range of beautiful gifts and accessories this year, you are sure to impress those with the finest taste. Read more […]

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Pros and Cons of Estate Liquidation You Need to Know

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Estate Liquidation / October 12, 2021

Estate executors are often faced with the difficult task of settling an estate’s bills without having sufficient cash flow to hand. Often, the only solution is to sell the estate’s assets. Estate liquidation is a time-consuming and challenging task, however, and before deciding on this route, it is worth informing yourself on its pros and […]

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A guide to arts and crafts style furniture

A guide to arts and crafts style furniture

Blog / September 1, 2021

As a response to industrialization and mass production of furniture, designers such as Gustav Stickley prioritized craftsmanship and fine arts in furniture as the primary aesthetic design style. This unique style of furniture focused on simplicity, sturdy construction, and inspiration from nature. Recognizing arts and crafts style furniture Designers specializing in arts and crafts furniture […]

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Ideas for refreshing old furniture

Ideas for refreshing old furniture


Older furniture can have a lot of value if you know how to refresh and refurbish it. Family heirlooms, antiques and inherited furniture have great sentimental value, but if they are given the right makeover, they can also look like a million bucks. Follow these tips from expert estate appraisers from Jerry’s Antiques to find […]

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Hire estate liquidators for an efficient estate liquidation

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Blog,Estate Liquidation / July 5, 2021

Liquidating your estate? Remember everything in your home has value. Hire estate liquidators who will appreciate that and focus on getting you the best deal. Organize, organize, organize  The process of liquidating an estate and winding things down can be overwhelming for most people. There are thousands of items, big and small, accumulated over the […]

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Reasons to have an estate sale, not a garage sale

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Blog,Estate Appraisal / June 3, 2021

While estate sales, liquidation sales, and moving sales are interchangeable depending on your geography, there IS a significant difference between estate sales and liquidation/moving sales versus garage sales, yard sales, and tag sales. An estate sale takes place because someone can no longer keep their stuff, while garage sales are held when people no longer […]

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Identifying the Type of Wood in Antique Furniture

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If you are in the business of estate liquidation or you have recently inherited Great Aunt Dorothy’s beautiful antique bureau and you want to find out if it’s worth anything. Before you call an antiques appraiser, try and identify the type of wood yourself. Steps to Identifying Wood  First, you need to ascertain whether it […]

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Is Your Antique Clock Valuable?

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Blog,Estate Appraisal / April 6, 2021

As estate appraisers, we are often asked about the value of antique timepieces. Remember that just because something is old, doesn’t necessarily mean it is valuable. There are various factors which determine whether an old clock is valuable. Old vs Antique  “Antique” implies that an item is older than 100 years. Incidentally, some younger items […]

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