Prior to being auctioned by Theriault’s in a spectacular July event, Shirley Temple's personal memorabilia collection is taking a nationwide museum tour.
Birmingham, Alabama, is the location of the 60th Wedgwood International Seminar, which is taking place April 22-25. Those who register for the all-inclusive, four-day conference are privy to lectures from leading ceramics scholars, as well as hands-on sessions and conservation information.
A display of photos and seldom-seen autographs from Abraham Lincoln, John Wilkes Booth and the soldier who shot and killed Booth, sold for $30,000, during a Jan. 24, 2015 auction which realized double the expected sales, at Heritage Auctions.
Gen. Conrad Bush, CSA, turned a chance encounter during a visit to a museum into an opportunity to put words to paper in order to share a bit about Confederate stamps with his fellow readers of Antique Trader.
It’s official, the largest collection of bobbleheads and bobblehead-related memorabilia will call Milwaukee, Wis., its home, as the National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum prepares for its 2016 grand opening.
Examples of ancient mold-blown glass, including pieces dating back to the first century A.D., will be on display at The Corning Museum of Glass, starting in 2015.
A new exhibition at the San Jose Museum of Quilts & Textiles features a stunning selection of Antique Amish Ohio quilts from the Darwin D. Bearley Collection. The quilts will be on display through March 2015.
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.
The memory of Little Miss Miracle, Shirley Temple, will be honored during a book signing and exhibit at the Spencer Doll and Toy Museum of Spencer, North Carolina.
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.