Why do you buy art? Many purchase art purely as an investment. Sometimes it might be entirely aesthetic. Others look at art as a personal expression of sentimentality hanging on their walls. Sometimes it’s all three. Whatever the case, each piece of art has a significant meaning to each of us. Many people are attracted
People tend to keep things that are important to them. A silly trinket, or an old postcard, can rehash a thousand memories. The value of such memorabilia lies not in the objects themselves, but in the associated memories of a person, place or event. Salvaging and preserving such treasured memorabilia, allows these emotional connections, along
[vc_row][vc_column animation=”none” column_padding=”no-extra-padding” background_color_opacity=”1″][vc_column_text] MkW: What happens at a wedding? Girl, 6: It’s when a bride marries a broom. Ask a silly question and you’ll get a silly answer. That’s what people say, right? But we’ve found that asking a serious question can also get a silly answer. Especially when you’re asking a four-year-old girl.