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Estate Jewelry to add to Your Collection | Indypicker.com

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Indypicker.com is always on the hunt for gorgeous jewelry from yesteryear and Estate Sales are one place we hunt. We have been selling vintage jewelry online since 2008.

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What to Know when Collecting Vintage Radios

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The era of radio started back in the early 1900s when makers like RCA Victor started producing radios. The radios during this time were expensive and an it took an entrepreneur named Powell Crosley who decided he was going make radios for the masses. Starting Crosley Radio Corp in Cincinnati, Ohio he opened the door to the not just the rich but the middle classes to have a radio in their home.

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Learn Collecting Vintage Costume Jewelry | Indypicker.com

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Collecting costume jewelry from the early 20th century can be fun and can change up any outfit. My wife gets compliments all the time when sporting her collection of Art Deco pins, brooches and bangles. The majority of jewelry today is made in China and is usually copies of pieces from the past.

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A Basic Guide to Collecting Vintage Glassware

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Collecting vintage glassware from the mid-century period is hot and these pieces can be used for home decor display or to actually be used.

What is the mid-century period? Mostly defined as the 1950s-1960s period and emboldened designers to a use everything from abstract to atomic designs brought on by the nuclear and space programs.

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Moving from Etsy to a Shopify Website - DIY

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Moving Your Etsy Shop to Shopify 

So if you are wondering how hard is it to spread your wings and move from an ecosystem like ETSY to having your very own shop out on the world wide web I will try to share what I did on a cold winter's weekend in February. Yes, I had my shop running in a weekend.

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