Meadows Antique Shows Inc., one of the largest venues in Brimfield, is a family-owned business with more than 40 years of hosting experience. With more than 200 vendor spaces expected to be filled in 2013, they are reporting an eclectic mix of dealers this year.
The new year ushers in new area of specialization for Ripley Auctions, as auction house kicks off the year with a fine art and design sale Jan. 24.
Thanks to Lark Mason's position as an expert, appraiser, author and television personality on the PBS series “The Antiques Roadshow,” the founder of iGavel Auctions anticipates the following collecting trends.
Fans of PBS hit show 'Antiques Roadshow' have eight chances to attend episode tappings in 2013. The schedule includes sessions in June through August, and free tickets are available, and selected through a random drawing process.
Auctioneer Don Presley reports city officials have approved his Orange, Calif., gallery is fit to hold online auctions, reversing a call to relocate or close his business altogether.
For the 45th year, the tiny Blue Ridge Mountain town of Hillsville, Va., (population 2,600) was engulfed by a half-million visitors to the annual Labor Day Flea Market and Gun Show to peruse the wares of more than 2,000 flea market vendors.
Enter your favorite antiques collecting story in the 4th annual Antique Trader Favorite Finds contest for a chance to win a $500 auction credit from Heritage Auctions! This year's runner-up entry will win a 10-volume reference library courtesy of Krause Publications. It's free to enter and every participant receives a free copy of the...
Mike Wolfe, host and creator of “American Pickers” on HISTORY is launching KidPickers.com, a new website to get kids interested in collecting. “I believe kids are born pickers” Wolfe tells author Reyne Haines. “They are curious, adventurous and thrilled by discovery. That instinctively makes them drawn to a pile of junk!”
Here's some of the rarest and greatest items ever found in storage units. What will your next "pick" bring?
Controversy brews as a new antiques-related reality TV show, “American Digger,” premiers March 21 on SPIKE TV.