A Door into the Past

Most Viewed By February 2, 2016 Tags: , , , , , , , , , ,

                Update: Here’s a video we’ve recently done. Do check it out and read the article for detailed information. Gather around on the rug, its story time! The sun is beginning to rise with its rays just beginning to filter in through the windows of the house. It wakes up a small boy, all of his seven years apparent in…

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Personal encounter with Antiques!

Most Viewed By January 18, 2016

I have known YK Sir for little over a month now, we were introduced by a common friend and since then we have been exchanging mails and talking over the phone. I can say we have been bonding over antiques. We never met officially until last Saturday (26th December, 2015). After exchanging a couple of mails- planning our rendezvous, we…

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Antique Coin Toning And Why You Should Know About It

Most Viewed By January 8, 2016 Tags: , , , , , , , , , , ,

A lot of antique collectors start off with an interest in old coins. Coin toning is a term used to describe the discolouring of coins which happens due to the oxygen in the air and its effects on the metal of the coin.The word of the day today for the budding numismatist is toning. I’m sure the antiquer in you…

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Go Vintage With Your House This Winter!!!

Uncategorized By November 23, 2015 Tags: , , , , , ,

How many times have you visited a place and got blown away by the ambiance and decor? Recently I visited a hotel in Udaipur and I was mesmerized with the way the hotel’s decor was done. There wasn’t a single item that belonged to today’s world, from the flower pot to the statutes, it all appeared classic and vintage. Every…

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Bonding Over Antiques – An Interesting Association

Uncategorized By October 31, 2015 Tags: , , , ,

Recently, I have added some more antiques to my collection, all thanks to a random visitor to my blog. How I acquired those antiques is a story in itself. Mr. Rajappan happened to stumble upon my blog by chance and shared that he had some antiques with him too. We exchanged messages and a couple of phone calls later; I…

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Kidaram – Large Brass Water Storage Pot

Most Viewed By October 24, 2015 Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

                                This large brass storage pot is known as Kidaram in Tamil language. Kidaram is used for storage of water in the area known as Chettinadu in the state of Tamil Nadu, India. Chettinadu is a dry area and in the olden days where corporation…

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