I've been involved in antiques since 1978, first as an appraiser, then a silver dealer and, since 1987, dealing in fine furniture and decorative arts. My husband Ted, who has a financial background, joined me in 1992. We deal in fine antiques, English and Continental, 17th to 19th century. Our shop, Isaacs & Isaacs Antiques, enjoyed a great deal of success in Louisville as well as nationally in antique shows in New York, Nashville, Birmingham, Louisville, Lexington, Lake Forest, Winnetka and Cincinnati. We have now retired from shows but continue to maintain an active business, which we run personally, giving great attention to details. We have closed our retail shop after 22 years, and bring all of our past experience to our Internet endeavor. Our antique business is now located in our warehouse operation in Brownsboro, Kentucky, near Crestwood, where we continually update our website as we receive new shipments from England. As always, we continue to focus on special orders for English antiques and reproduced bespoke furniture. We take buying trips to Europe several times a year, buying from a variety of sources. Every piece of inventory is personally selected with utmost care. I no longer do appraisals, but have been a member in good standing of the Appraisers Association of America for many years and bring to our business the integrity and code of ethics you deserve and can expect when making a purchase, large or small.