Welcome to the “Spin Zone” at American Antiquities. This is the first in a series of short serialized blogs to spread the word about American Antiquities. YouTube, Facebook and Twitter will complement our project, which will culminate with a free DVD of all the archived information chronicling the evolution of our business.
This first blog starts at the beginning, mid-year 1993, with the opening of The American Antiquities Gallery. The Gallery is a joy to operate and has revealed opportunities we would not have seen otherwise. In addition to directing our growth, our shop has provided extra insight for devising and evaluating new services for our clients. I have often said, “If we had not opened an antiques and collectibles shop, we would probably not have the media business we enjoy today.” In sum, our shop was the start of it all.
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Friday, January 29, 2010
Wednesday, January 20, 2010
American Antiquities of Springfield, Ohio is pleased to announce that the company has been commissioned to sell three iconic works of art originally components of Columbus, Ohio’s City Center Mall. City Center opened in August 1989 and is scheduled for demolition within the next few months.
The three works of art include the 40-foot Marshall Field’s Tower Clock, a 22-foot aluminum sculpture titled “Valentine Column” by William Crovello, and a 9-foot bronze titled “Black Bronze Form” by Bernadine Silberman.
All the works of art are one of a kind.
For more information go to www.AmericanAntiquities.com