Vintage Q&A What’s HOT in vintage right now?

Vintage Q&A What’s HOT in vintage right now?

 Q- Could you please put into perspective the average age of certain objects have to be in order to consider them vintage?   Certain decades old, A particular era? What is most in demand? Jewelry? All types of glassware, depression, carnival, plates, bakelite, milkglass, European? A- Complicated questions but here goes–  I consider anything 25 years or older with demand vintage. That means, it has to be 1992 or older and someone has to actually want it.   Objects from

My experience as an antique shop owner part 1

Many dealers open a vintage store to improve their overall business. If you’re a dealer, you might be considering that idea right now. It might feel like a natural progression. There are many things to take into consideration before taking the plunge. I had a vintage store north of Detroit in the early 2000’s. When the bottom fell out in 2008, the Detroit area was hit hard. Honestly, I wasn’t happy before that. This is my story I wanted a place

5 Things Never to Say to a Vintage Seller

5 Things Never to Say to a Vintage Seller

Heading to your local flea market this weekend? Below are 5 things not to say to a vintage vendor if you are standing in their booth.That’s hilariousI see you priced this at $50, would you take $10?Omg I know what I want to be for Halloween!Where do you get all of this from? (While snorting, slightly)Do you make these? (Swift disregard while point across your merchandise)My gut reaction as a dealer myself is, are you kidding me?I added what was in