Egyptian Antiquities
  • The Perfect Storage For Antique Collecting

    May 23, 2017

    Collecting items that came from the past is one of the most gratifying yet tiresome hobbies that an individual could ever have. This is probably because it needs so many funds most especially if you are looking for the most exquisite ones. Antique collecting needs so much time so you can find the bona fide […]

  • The Quest For the Best Antique Chandelier

    May 20, 2017

    Are you looking for the best chandelier to create the right ambiance in your room? Have you been searching for quite some time without any success? Well, if your answer to these questions is yes, you have just come to right place. Many people find it extremely difficult to find a right kind of chandelier […]

  • The World of Antique Wall Clocks

    May 16, 2017

    In this article we are going to be taking a look at antique wall clocks. Where can you get them? How much can you expect to pay? Do they work all right generally? All these questions and more will be looked at, because I know that not everyone is all that familiar with antiquing, or […]

  • A Family Replaces an Antique Piano Heirloom

    May 14, 2017

    During a recent cross country move, the Blevins family received significant damage to a family heirloom. This pitch perfect instrument, a beautiful walnut wood baby grand, had been handed down to them in a will from a deceased grandmother and had been an important piece of family tradition. It was a lovely piece of furniture […]

  • Wooden Antiques Are Not All Made Equal

    April 27, 2017

    Antiques in a Nutshell When one thinks of antiques, the first thought that would probably come to mind would be its age or its value. True enough, these are two of the main factors for an object to be considered an antique. In fact, the United States even passed a law (1930 Smoot-Hawley Tariff Act) […]

  • AACA – The Antique Automobile Club of America

    April 15, 2017

    The history of the motor car is a testament to something that more than a few people treat as something approximating a religion and a code to live by. The motor vehicle, which started as something just to get us from one place to another in relative comfort and good time, has evolved again […]

  • Egypt Shore Excursions :luxor & The Valley Of The Kings

    April 5, 2017

    Depart from the pier and board your Vehicle for Alexandrias airport to board your flight for Luxor. An hour and half flight away, Luxor amasses one third of the Egyptians antiquities within its boundaries. Arrive in Luxor and board the waiting A/C. Sit back and enjoy the unfolding vistas of barren mountains, flat desert and […]

  • Orlando Business Affected By Egyptian Government Internet Blackout

    March 19, 2017

    (1888PressRelease) Planned launch of revolutionary new modeling venture postponed indefinitely due to Egyptian Government’s response to political turmoil. Orlando, FL – The recent political unrest in Cairo that is spreading throughout Egypt has dramatically impacted an Orland business this past week. SoftRock, a 300+ employee software and website development firm has had the launch of […]

  • Would The Egyptians Have Built The Pyramids Faster Using Castors?

    March 12, 2017

    The Ancient Egyptians are easily one of the most inspiring civilisations in history. Incredibly advanced for their time, they prospered between 3150BC and 31BC, when Egypt was absorbed into the Roman Empire after its fall. They developed incredible culture, art and architecture as well as achieving all sorts of feats that have paved the way […]