The winter Retro Design & Antiques Fair is set for Sunday, Feb. 17, 2013, and features 175 different vendors participating in this fun one-day fair.
In addition to a show floor filled by 30 outstanding galleries and dealers specializing in important pottery, glass and porcelain, the Fair offers one of the the most distinguished ceramics lecture series in the U.S.
the merchandise at York will include 18th and 19th century period American and English furniture, as well as country pieces in original paint, fine early porcelain and pottery (including Chinese export and Staffordshire), Oriental carpets, quilts, hooked rugs, samplers and other textiles, estate jewelry, Native American pottery and weavings, early kitchen and fireplace items,...
In this space you’ll see fresh updates to the latest antiques auctions, shows and events in Antique Trader. Weekly Auction & Show Ads: Dec. 15, 2012-Feb. 27, 2013.
A Wilkinson Tea Leaf mug consigned by a Massachusetts dealer and purchased by a Michigan collector was the item that sent the Tea Leaf Club International convention cumulative auction sales over the $1 million mark.
A fine selection of American and Continental furniture, sterling silver, glass, porcelain, paintings and works on paper from the 19th and 20th centuries fill Cowan's Auctions, Inc.’s Fall Fine and Decorative Art Auction.
Seldom-offered antiquities, fine art, rare documents and fine antiques are crossing the block at Thomaston Place Auction Galleries’ three-day sale Nov. 3-5. A seldom-seen selection of ancient pottery from
Cowan's Auctions, Inc., in partnership with Garth Clark and Mark Del Vecchio, will host its semi-annual Modern and Contemporary Ceramics auction Oct. 31, 2012. Immediately following the ceramics sale is Cowan’s Inaugural 20th Century Art + Design Auction.
Although certain artists often exhibit characteristic techniques and motifs, no two pieces of Japanese cloisonné are exactly alike. Experts say prices range across the board from less than $200 for more commercial pieces up to the six-figure range for the most exceptional examples, however rare Japanese cloisonné remain underpriced in relation to the talent,...
Bottle expert Michael Polak joins Antique Trader as a columnist on issues important to bottle collectors. Known as the author of "The Bottle Bible" Polak has a long history in the hobby and will share news from bottle clubs shows and sales, upcoming auctions and pricing results and ongoing bottle hobby events. He kicks...