The New York Times > Real Estate > Assets:
By VIVIAN MARINO
Published: October 3, 2004
“Mr. Rago and others say it’s important, too, to understand that tastes and interests constantly change. The big sellers of three years ago may be less in demand today.
So what’s hot these days? Modernist furniture from designers like Vladimir Kagan or George Nakashima; old jazz records; houseware items from the 60’s and 70’s like fondue sets or cocktail shakers, among other things, according to Ms. Stella.”