I am back from my Tulsa Oklahoma trip to visit the Antique Road Show. It was so quick. They get you in and out before you realize you were there. We kept hanging around and going back to other jewelry appraisers which was total against the rules . I was never one to break the rules either.
The jewelry appraiser I first got in line for was Kevin Zavian. I do believe he was from New York because he was giving me some advice as to where to sell scrap gold if you had any. He said New York City pays top dollar not like here in Missouri, he didn't say that I did.LOL
I introduced myself to
J. Michael Flanigan (furniture appraiser)
Also one of the art appraisers she has real curly blond hair wears it in a Bobbe cut . I ask for Gloria Lieberman however she has retired from the show
also the Chen Dynasty man (his name)?? I will find it (Lark Mason. read on the internet about what was appraised at Tulsa by him woth 1.5 million $$$$$$$$$$
I did not see the Keno twins there with furniture it was J. Michael Flanigan he has longer Bobbe hair between blond & gray sure you have seen him on the show
I took jewelry and two prints from Alice Luella Fidler 1909 not worth a retirement fund at all
It was just fun seeing all the people who work the show and the behind the scenes camera men
Oh the feed back booth was so fun. We laughed and giggled through our entire 2 minute filming of us. Hope we make the show. I said go MU ??? why I don't know because I am not a sports fan at all (stage fright) LOLOLOL
While on way we stopped at the Marshall's store at Lake of The Ozarks and I bought 4 small green glasses. I have always bought blue but I am moving on to other colors.
I think they go with my Portmerion strawberry dishes. This old green WATER bottle is from ? maybe the 60's it came with maybe juice in it then women used it for a refrigerator water jar. The lid says 59 cents. I had one before and a lady bought it at one of my booths for like $10.00
This was a juicer my Mom bought once
After the Road Show we went to Jenks Oklahoma to a little strip of vintage shops and I found this Hitchcock bench to match the chair i purchased at an estate sale not long ago. Not my shabby chic white I like ?
Now am I going to stick with white or Black chairs for my dinette?
Here is the pictures I took to be appraised . I seen one on the web one go for $129.00. The young man appraised my pair for $100.00
Our waitress at the Hotel dinning room told us the local news said 6000 people went through the show and that 20000 had applied on line for tickets. So I won a lottery, ticket lottery.
Party Links for this week
Between Naps on the Porch
A Stroll Through Life
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Faded Charm White Wednesday
Vignette Designs give a way
Between Naps on the Porch
Brambleberry Cottage she featured my lace lamp shade
Beyond The Picket Fence
House of Hepworths