Whether your silver collection is a family heirloom or part of a lifelong collection, silver is a commodity that has value and will always have value. Ken Kooyman, a lifelong collector of antiquities and a historian for Relics Estate Sales and Consignments, will host an informative discussion on caring for your silver with an emphasis on scrap versus intrinsic values. The discussion will be held from 2-4 p.m. Monday, January 29th at Relics Estate Sales and Consignment store on 53 Persimmon Street. Complimentary refreshments will be provided. […]
⚫ [ #BlackFriday ALERT ] ⚫ We have so many #uniqueantiques to sift through that we have decided to move back our exciting estate sale right after Thanksgiving. Stop by the Relics' warehouse behind our consignment shop on Persimmon Street in Bluffton from 9 a.m. to 5 Nov. 24 and from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Nov. 25. Start [...]
On this Veteran’s Day, we salute Relics very own Ken Kooyman. He has a long military career and volunteer work. […]
Ken shows us two pieces of rare furniture originated from San Francisco, originating in the late 1800s. What makes this furniture especially interesting and unique are the hand-carvings by a master carver from the 1920s. Watch for more information.
(Published by WSAV.com) BLUFFTON, S.C. (WSAV) – Day in and day out, unique antiques show up at the Relics Estate and Sales Consignments shop in Bluffton. “We are finding that there are a lot of family heirlooms in the Lowcountry, that people just really don’t know what to do with,” said Jennifer Spencer, co-owner of Relics. […]
Rare 18th Century Painting Finds Its Way to Relics Estate Sales and Consignments When a large painting of a young girl feeding her kitten showed up at Relics Estate Sales and Consignments, Ken Kooyman knew he had something special on his hands. Kooyman holds a degree in art history from Harvard and spent a majority of his career running antique malls before he started working for Relics. […]
In this week's Unique Antiques with Ken Kooyman, discover a true family relic — a beautiful portrait of Phema Louise Corning in Philadelphia about 1862. #uniqueantiques
Sometimes there are emotional stories behind Relics' antiques. These silver items were smuggled out of Germany during World War II. Watch Ken on this week's Unique Antiques for more information.
Don't miss this week's Unique Antiques with Ken Kooyman. Watch as he shows off Relics' latest find — a Regina music box dating back to 1895.
Relics very own Jennifer Spencer was a guest on WHHI's Talk of the Town recently. Check out her complete interview here.