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Art Collectibles Reflections by Kathy and Bill Lair

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Kirby’s Mill Apple Festival Parking Map 275 Church Rd, Medford, NJ, Yard Sales on Church Rd.

October 7th, 2011 · No Comments · Collectibles, FleaMarket, Lake Cotoxen

Our yard sale is located on Church Rd across the bridge from the Apple Festival at Kirby’s Mill in Medford, October 10, 2015. We are on the Vincentown side of the dam at Lake Cotoxen and the bridge will be closed to through traffic because of the Apple Festival. If coming from Rt 541 or […]

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Duchamp got me into the flea market business

June 11th, 2008 · No Comments · Art, Collectibles, FleaMarket, Inspiration

Working as potters for years our ideas about art were strongly tied up with skill and with hard work. So when I saw Marcel Duchamp’s urinal, a found object that he had submitted to a salon show, I couldn”t believe it. Duchamp found this urinal and called it his sculpture? He had to be kidding. He […]

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Freud sent me to the flea market

May 30th, 2008 · No Comments · Art, Collectibles, FleaMarket, Inspiration

  In the early 70’s when we began our pottery, we would often go the the flea market to buy old kitchen tools for working with our clay and mixing our glazes. At this time we were strongly influenced by the surrealists. Many of our clay forms displayed inferred body parts. We were reading about […]

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Bullet points of the Kill

May 26th, 2008 · No Comments · Collectibles, Ebay, FleaMarket

  Life felt really comfortable working for ourselves, no bosses and no time clocks. After 14 years running our own pottery and an almost equal number of years in the collectible business we got a little spoiled, I must confess. As it became harder to find things and harder to sell things locally, we had […]

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Ebay Killed My Life Style

May 20th, 2008 · No Comments · Ebay, FleaMarket

During the 80”s and 90”s my wife and I would shop for collectibles all week, go to a flea market on Sunday to sell, and we made a comfortable living. Things started to change in the late 90”s. We started to hear a murmur about selling antiques and collectibles on the internet. In 1991 I […]

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