In this installment of Ask the Experts, Asheford Institute graduate, Dr. Anthony J. Cavo, weighs in about readers' inquiries about a meerschaum pipe and a vintage Kodak camera.
In this Behind the Gavel column, Wayne Jordan looks at the benefits of applying the importance of curb appeal to a commercial building and business.
Lamps are some of the most beautiful utilitarian objects ever made, in my humble opinion. In this post we look at six examples that will cross the auction block May 16.
Nine examples of artwork by Norman Rockwell contributed to Heritage Auction's recent $4.5 million auction.
One of the country's most expansive miniature circus, featuring figures hand-carved by a father-son duo over the course of five decades, is on the market.
A selection of early 19th century fobs will headline a 178-lot auction coming before bidders May 21 through John Moran Auctioneers.
Mary-Ann Wood transforms broken china into beautiful jewelry, and her work is presented as DinnerWear Jewelry.
This year marks the 15th of Randolph Street Market. With more than 300 vendors and a wide variety of objects on offer, and entertaining events this Market has something for nearly everyone.
Not one, but five examples of artwork created by renowned American painter Grandma Moses will headline the May 20 auction being presented by I.M. Chait Gallery.