Friday, May 10, 2024

Senses and Antiquing

 One of the many reasons I wrote the Scandal Mountain Antiques Mystery series is because as a real-life antique dealer I know first-hand the sensory experiences connected with evaluating antiques. Smell is obvious. Don’t ever buy something second hand that hasn’t passed the sniff test. Taste is the least frequently used, but at times is an invaluable tool. Sight again is obvious and strengthened when paired with gut instinct…For more thoughts about how senses are invaluable when antiquing checkout my article in Crime Reads--Flea Market Cons and Other Slippery Shenanigans 

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