If you're into making New Year's resolutions, why not set yourself up for success, and commit to making it to a show, shop, auction or market the first couple months of 2015? Then turn to Antique Trader to find out what's happening and where.
The final month of 2014 is upon us, and with it a variety of shows and auctions to satisfy your appetite for adding more antiques to your collection. Check out Antique Trader Weekly Antiques Auction & Show ads and Calendar Events for opportunities to expand your collections.
With the holidays rapidly approaching there’s no better time to add antiques auctions and shows to your list of must-do shopping excursions, as you’re sure to find some special and spectacular pieces that would make great gifts. Check out our hand-selected auction and show advertisements for more information.
A panel of noted antiques experts will discuss the future of antiques, during a discussion slated for Nov. 20, ahead of the Pier Antique Show in New York.
With the holidays rapidly approaching there's no better time to add antiques auctions and shows to your list of must-do shopping excursions, as you're sure to find some special and spectacular pieces that would make great gifts. Check out our hand-selected auction and show advertisements for more information.
A lot has changed since the Green Bay and DePere Antiquarian Society held its first show, 57 years ago. However, what hasn't changed is the wide variety of items and sense of community evident at this popular Midwest antique show.
Indy's Tri-State Antique Market is reviving indoor antique markets in Indy, beginning with the Nov. 2 event at the Lawrenceburg Event Center.
More than 400 exhibitors will display quality antique furniture, jewelry, decorative and fine arts during the bi-annual Pier Antique Show, Nov. 22-23, 2014.
The Miami Beach Antique Jewelry & Watch Show is gearing up for its Nov. show, Nov. 7-9, which will be held in a new venue, and feature a special seminar.
The Cedar Rapids Antique Show and Collectors Fair, set for Oct. 10-12 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, promises to be an epic adventure for both new collectors and seasoned antiques experts.