In his latest Ask the Experts assessment, Dr. G. Marchelos offers insight about a selection of bedroom furniture with value steeped largely in usability.
A 95-inch tall case clock by renowned clockmaker Jacob Eby sold for $10,620 during Ahlers & Ogletree's August auction event.
A German Gebruder Bruder 80-keyless fairground organ is an expected mechanical music star of Great Gatsby's 1,600-lot auction, Oct. 14-16.
The Furniture Detective explains how an ornately carved chair could be a one-of-a-kind, partially a product of early 20th century 'carving' shops.
Do-it-yourself guides to furniture refinishing are often best paired with your own knowledge gained through your own refinishing experiences.
Dr. Anthony Cavo discusses the skill and artistry involved in creating a macabre dresser with the use of veneer inlay.
A set of glass window panels depicting the 8 Beatitudes of Jesus, produced by Tiffany in 1913, may command at least $400,000 during Fontaine's Auction Gallery's Sept. 10 auction.
Celebrating its community's marine and seafaring history, Thomaston Place Auction Galleries will present several examples of marine artwork, among other items, during an Aug. 27-29 auction.
An intricate Nakashima cabinet, with an American black walnut slab form top and three pandanus cloth mounted sliding doors, earned $30,500 at Schwenke Auctioneers' June 26 auction.
There is an entire furniture vocabulary related to Depression era furniture, some of which can be applied to items in nearly every American home.