The legacy of wood turning runs deep in Georgia's Moulthrop family, and its likely that you've seen examples of their exquisite handiwork and may not even know it. We caught up with Philip Moulthrop recently to learn more about this family of wood turning artists.
A 19-inch gold quartz chain and horseshoe locket soared past its presale estimate of $5,000 to $10,000 to finish at $20,400 during Witherell’s spring Western Americana Auction.
Two summer art exhibitions, “Art of the Everyman" and “Thistles and Crowns,” at the Florence Griswold Museum in Old Lyme, Conn. will explore American material culture including work of untrained early Americans and painted furniture of the 18th century.
A variety of exceptional objects from distant shores, plus several outstanding examples of folk art, including a ship's carved figurehead, dominated a Thomaston Place Auction Galleries’ Winter Auction.
According to some, the world of antiques and collectibles may not seem very 'manly,' but there's no question that thought couldn't be more far from the truth - as Eric Bradley, author of the new book "Mantiques: A Guide to Cool Stuff" explains.
The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston is hosting a quilter's paradise from April through July, with the opening of the "Quilts and Color" exhibition.
The 27th annual March In Montana Fine Art and Collectibles Auction and Dealer Show is coming March 20-22, as part of the popular "Russell Week" celebration - honoring the contribution of the late Western artist Charles M. Russell.
Willis Henry Auctions is hosting an exceptional country Americana auction filled with 18th-19th century redware, stoneware, folk art, and painted furniture.
It will be an industrial art and upcycling revolution Sept. 1 during the Tri-State Antiques Market, with authentic industrial art pieces available for purchase.
This installment of Ask the Experts proves that the most unassuming items can carry intriguing histories and surprising value. Case in point a folk art pig.