Hot List of Antiques and Collectibles

Nov 4, 2005 | Collectibles | 1 comment

Tias.com has published the “Hot List” of Antiques and Collectibles for October 2005:

Garden City – NY November 2, 2005 – TIAS.com (http://www.tias.com) the Webs largest online antique and collectible mall released their monthly “Hot List” of Antiques & Collectibles. These top ten lists are based on hundreds of thousands of searches by people using the online search engines at the indicated Web sites in the month of October 2005.

Keep in mind that these searches are what people were looking for, not necessarly what they were buying. In many cases, people will search for items when they are just trying to determine a value of a specific item that they have in their posession.

Here are the top ten search words used at http://www.TIAS.com. This site specializes in offering a broad range of antiques and collectibles:
1. Cookie Jar (No Movement)
2. Avon (No Movement)
3. Carnival Glass (Up From #7)
4. Milk Glass (Down From #3)
5. Fenton (Down From #4)
6. Teapots (Down From #5)
7. Depression Glass (Down From #6)
8. Dolls (No Movement)
9. World War I (Not Listed Last Month)
10. Pyrex (Not Listed Last Month)

Notes:
“No Movement” means the item has not changed position since the previous months list. “Down from #..” indicates that the item has dropped on our list since the previous list was published. “Up from #..” indicates that the itme has risen on our list since the previous list was published. “Not listed last month” means that this item was not in the previous top 10 list.

Here are the top ten search words used at http://www.AntiqueArts.com . This site specialized in “high end” Antique and Art:

1. Chairs (No Movement)
2. Mirrors (No Movement)
3. Sofa (Up From #5)
4. Staffordshire (Down From #3)
5. Table (Up From #7)
6. Limoges (Down From #4)
7. Nipppon (Up From #10)
8. Transferware (No Movement)
9. Tiffany (No Movement)
10. Desk (Down From #6)

Here are the top ten search words used at http://www.Kovels.com . This site is a free online price guide to antiques and collectibles:

1. Bottles (Up From #5)
2. Books (Down From #1)
3. China (Down From #2)
4. Dolls (Down From #3)
5. Barbie (Not Listed Last Month)
6. McCoy (Up From #9)
7. Pottery (No Movement)
8. Avon (Down From #4)
9. Hummel (Not Listed Last Month)
10. Furniture (Not Listed Last month)

Past hot lists can now be viewed online in the TIAS Newsletter archives, just search for “Hot List” at http://www.tias.com/newsletter

About TIAS

TIAS serves approximately 190,000 unique customers a day. About 750 merchants sell through the TIAS system, listing well over half a million items for sale online. The company has been building e-commerce systems for merchants since 1995.

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