Recent Collectibles Articles
The Value of Seraphim Angels
There is a huge secondary market for seraphim angels. This means that seraphim angels are sold not only by artists, vendors and distributors, but also by private companies and collectors, who buy and sell seraphim angels for profit. Those who buy and sell seraphim angels on the secondary market have to stay highly attuned to the status of many different seraphim angels. Retired Seraphim Angels
Retired seraphim angels are those that will no longer be produced in the same size or form. There are three ways in which a seraphim angel can be retired. Seraphim Angels' Names
Many civilizations believe in angels, and many names have been given to the various angels. In the Judeo-Christian tradition, the Bible names only three angels that have a definite individual personality. The History of Seraphim Angels
The modern porcelain seraphim angel figurine is the most recent manifestation of seraphim angels' history. In fact, people have been sculpting figurines for tens of thousands of years, when the first small, sculpted representations of fertility goddesses were created. Some of those figurines have been unearthed and shown to be over 30,000 years old. A Look at Roman Seraphim Angels
Roman, Inc. is a giftware and decorative accessories distribution company most famous for its Seraphim Classics Collection of angels, as well as for its Fontanini Heirloom Nativities line of religious figurines. An Introduction to Seraphim Angels
Seraphim angels are extremely popular collectible items. Ranging in size from small pins for lapels to figures several feet tall, they often feature flowing gowns, beautiful golden or brown locks of hair, rosy cheeks, hands and feet, and, of course, the signature feathery wings.