by Earl Beal - 2007-03-21
When you look at your figurine, what do you see? Do you see just a figurine or just an object? If so, I invite you to take a new look. I suggest you see your figurine as art.Why art you may ask? B...
by Jarad Nelson - 2007-05-08
Figurines are great things to collect. They can transform any home into a personal and originally decorative domain you have created out of your own imagination. A figurine, often referred to as a ...
by Evelyn Whitaker - 2007-05-13
Charlot Byj started out by creating her famous redheaded children and others as greeting cards. This brought her to the attention of Franz Goebel of the Goebel Company in the mid 1940s. At Goebel they...
by Jarad Nelson - 2007-05-13
Figurines are great things to collect. They can transform any home into a personal and originally decorative domain you have created out of your own imagination. A figurine, often referred to as...
by JARAD NELSON - 2007-05-16
Dog figurines have always been one of the most popular collectibles. As we know dogs are known as mans best friend because of their loyalty, companionship, protection and help to many of us. They ...
by Jarad Nelson - 2007-05-17
Dogs have been for many of us part of the family for many generations. They are a companion to the aged and a friend and playmate to the young. Each dog has a different character and is loyal an...
by Marc Kemella Allyn - 2007-08-24
Today there are so many different knife brands available in the market, that choosing the right knife can be quite a challenge, its almost impossible to keep up with the different brands, makes and ty...
by Derek Dashwood - 2008-05-17
After dealing with broken bodies and destruction in Iraq, how heart warming to see smiling American soldiers being diverted to needy areas in central America where floods, hurricanes, famines threaten...
by Derek Dashwood - 2008-05-22
The smiling eyes of the American soldiers as they pass out food parcels and toys and dolls and a sense of security to villagers and children who have lost their village to a flood is a sight to behold...
by The Prudent Collector - 2008-05-23
It's best to keep your collectibles in an enclosed curio cabinet. This will minimize their exposure to dust. This also keeps them away from children and pets as well as clumsy adults.The easiest way t...