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Antique appraisals at the Garde Arts Center

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Mark Grader of Grader Jewelers studies an 18k gold Art Deco watch with diamond and emerald accents owned by Nancy Steenburg of Mystic, during the antique appraisal event at the Garde Arts Center in New London, hosted by the New London County Historical Society and the Garde Arts Center Thursday, June 6, 2013. The event was a joint fundraiser for the New London County Historical Society and the Garde Arts Center. The watch once belonged to Steenburg's grandmother and said that it would be returned to her safe deposit box in the morning.

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Trish Czelusniak, right, of Niantic listens while Jennifer London Lacker, left, of J. London Appraisals in Stonington, tells her about her painting during the antique appraisal event at the Garde Arts Center in New London hosted by the New London County Historical Society and the Garde Arts Center Thursday, June 6, 2013. The event was a joint fundraiser for the New London County Historical Society and the Garde Arts Center. Czelusniak hoped the painting was by the artist John Wiggins, but it could not be confirmed and was appraised for $100-$200.

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People wait for the doors of the Garde Arts Center in New London to open for the antique appraisal event hosted by the New London County Historical Society and the Garde Arts Center Thursday, June 6, 2013. The event was a joint fundraiser for the New London County Historical Society and the Garde Arts Center.

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Bill Barrows, left, of Thomas Barrows & Sons Antiques in Portland, Conn., and Art Liverant, right, of Nathan Liverant and Son Antiques in Colchester, Conn., study a late 1800's satin glass vase that belongs to Nancy Kane of Waterford, not shown, during the antique appraisal event at the Garde Arts Center in New London hosted by the New London County Historical Society and the Garde Arts Center Thursday, June 6, 2013. The event was a joint fundraiser for the New London County Historical Society and the Garde Arts Center.

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Nancy Kane, right, of Waterford, reacts after Bill Barrows, left, of Thomas Barrows & Sons Antiques in Portland, Conn., and Art Liverant, center, of Nathan Liverant and Son Antiques in Colchester, Conn., tell her that her late 1800's satin glass vase is worth $300 during the antique appraisal event at the Garde Arts Center in New London hosted by the New London County Historical Society and the Garde Arts Center Thursday, June 6, 2013. The event was a joint fundraiser for the New London County Historical Society and the Garde Arts Center.

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