Antiques Freaks
232 Salt Cellars

232 Salt Cellars

June 29, 2022

Before the Shakers, there were the Cellars. Or Salt Pigs if you’re fancy.

231 Glass Shoes

231 Glass Shoes

June 22, 2022

What if Cinderella’s slippers were not only made of glass but also impractically sized? Introducing the little world of miniature glass shoes. Available now in hordes at literally any antique shop.

230 Antiques Fraud! Watermelon Sword Scandal (with Paris and Chris from Terrible Book Club)

230 Antiques Fraud! Watermelon Sword Scandal (with Paris and Chris from Terrible Book Club)

June 15, 2022

Our friends Paris and Chris from the Terrible Book Club podcast join Dee to discuss the scoundrels who fooled Antiques Roadshow with a phony American Civil War sword appraisal - and more!

(Warning for discussions of child endangerment and death.)

229 Flying Solo by Linda Holmes

229 Flying Solo by Linda Holmes

June 8, 2022

Linda Holmes joins the Antiques Freaks for a chat about her new book, Flying Solo - a cozy antiques mystery that is mysterious, cozy, and filled with antiques! Duck decoys ahoy.

228 C - The Sailor’s Word Book (1867)

228 C - The Sailor’s Word Book (1867)

June 1, 2022

Cabobbled. Caper-corner-way. Carpet-knight. Caulking-butt. All this and more as we set sail once again on the C of the Sailor's Word Book!

227 Cabbage Patch Kid Dolls

227 Cabbage Patch Kid Dolls

May 25, 2022

From beneath the cabbage leaves crawls a vintage toy unlike anything before or since. It's Cabbage Patch Kids, including Death Doll: The Doll That Eats.

(Warning for discussions of child endangerment, injury, and death.)

226 Black Velvet Paintings

226 Black Velvet Paintings

May 18, 2022

From indigenous folk art to mid-century kitsch and on through contemporary art revival, it's everyone's favorite medium for wolves howling at moons whilst unicorns rear before waterfalls backed by rainbows.

225 Stoneware Crocks

225 Stoneware Crocks

May 11, 2022

What a crock!

224 The Mummy’s Foot by Théophile Gautier (1840)

224 The Mummy’s Foot by Théophile Gautier (1840)

May 4, 2022

Paris and Chris of the Terrible Book Club podcast join the Antiques Freaks as we dip our toes into early 19th century Egyptology fantasy!

223 Crackle Glass

223 Crackle Glass

April 27, 2022

From 16th century Venetian glassblowers to mid-century modern monstrosities, come with us on a journey through affordable decorative antique and vintage glassware with a special sparkling look! Don't tell anyone else about this podcast. Burn after listening.

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