Antiques Young Guns Does The Las Vegas Market!

By Rachel Hoffman The Las Vegas Market is the most comprehensive furniture, home décor and gift market in the Western United States and I was chosen to give a seminar and be a ‘tastemaker’ during the January market. The market was half from January 24 through the 29 and I was sent on behalf of Antiques […]

Introducing the Inaugural Antiques Young Gun of the Year Margaret Schwartz

Antiques Young Guns U.S.A. named Margaret Schwartz, owner of The Summer House, the inaugural Antiques Young Gun of the Year. The award celebrates the hard work, dedication and excellence displayed through a young gun’s work in the antiques industry. Each candidate that applied for the title was evaluated by an expert judging panel on the […]

Ross Nacht: Making His Own Mark

Ross Nacht is a confident young professional. He’s a fourth generation employee at his family’s business, Bernard Nacht & Co. His great grandfather Bernard Nacht founded the company in 1906. However, Nacht’s confidence is not defined by his family’s legacy. He made his mark through his consistent determination to absorb as much knowledge as he […]

Rachel Hoffman: Commanding a New Definition of Career Success

Dedicated. Supportive. Determined. The first three words that come to my mind as I interviewed Rachel Hoffman last month. At 29 years old, she’s the senior operations manager for Turn of the Century Antiques as well as the current president of Denver’s Antique Row Association. She also serves as a certified personal property appraiser with the International […]

Andrew Skipper: Young, Passionate and Design Focused

At just 29 years old, Andrew Skipper’s career experience and knowledge rivals those twice his age. Interior designer, antique dealer, blogger, freelance writer, and TV host are the list of positions he can credit to his name. As I interviewed him recently, I could immediately tell he had overwhelming passion for the design and antique […]