In his most recent column, Furniture Detective Fred Taylor discusses the importance of size in determining the true identity of antique furniture like tables.
This set of Lincoln rocking chairs owned and used by President Abraham Lincoln during the time of his election as president, sold for $26,121 at Nate D. Sanders auction.
There's a lot to learn from the chairs we rest on, and in the latest installment of his Furniture Detective column, Fred Taylor reveals some truths about invalid and barber chairs.
Bidders will enjoy a diverse selection of Americana at Garth's Auctions first sale of the year, including more than 400 lots from a personal collection of esteemed collectors from New York, set for Jan. 3 and 4.
In the most recent installment of the Furniture Detective, Fred Taylor sheds light on the truth behind a glider rocker's origins, and its potential $300 value.
In this installment of the Ask the Experts antiques appraisal column, Dr. Anthony J. Cavo reveals details on identifying and valuing antique side chairs.
Tim's Auctions is holding an online-only estates auction totaling more than 500 lots in a wide array of antiques categories will be held on Sunday, Nov. 17.
Willis Henry Auctions is hosting an exceptional country Americana auction filled with 18th-19th century redware, stoneware, folk art, and painted furniture.
One of the oldest antiques shows in the United States, the 118th Dunham Tavern Museum Antiques Show is being held in Shaker Heights, Ohio, Oct. 26-27, 2013.
A little more than 300 lots of fine art, decorative art, Asian antiquities and more will be sold in an Internet-only auction slated for Saturday, July 20.