The little hamlet of Bouckville had its front yards, hay fields and pastures covered with tents filled with antiques for many thousands of shoppers Aug. 11-19. Ranging in size from one exhibiting dealer in front of a single house in the center of the village to the biggest field known as the Madison Bouckville...
A featured exhibit at the show Oct. 5-6, 2012 Wisconsin Antiques Dealers Show is hosted by Madison's Wisconsin Pottery Association.
A 30-gallon salt glaze crock with a cobalt butterfly decoration sold for $12,750 at the July 12, 2012 Red Wing Collectors Society auction. The RWCS celebrated its 35th anniversary at this year’s convention, which brought more than 1,500 visitors to the city of Red Wing from July 11-14, 2012 to buy, sell and learn...
After the sale of the Hartford Connecticut Expo Center last September, Barn Star Productions and Frank Gaglio lost their venue for the popular Autumn Hartford Antiques Show. “It is with great disappointment and nearly a year of exhaustive searching that we have canceled our show for October 2012," Gaglio said.
Cookie jars evolved from the elegant British biscuit jars found on Victorian-era tables. As the biscuit jar was adapted for use in America, it migrated from the dining table to the kitchen and, by the late 1920s, it was common to find a green-glass jar (or pink or clear), often with an applied label...
“Days of the Pioneers,” a premier antique show and sale, will make its debut Sept. 14-15 at the Museum of Appalachia, a Smithsonian Institution affiliate.
Three mid-20th century ceramic pitchers by the renowned artist Pablo Picasso are among the nearly 1,400 lots offered at a live and online fine estates auction by Crescent City Auction Gallery of New Orleans.
The Red Wing Collectors Society Annual Convention, set for July 12-14, will celebrate the 35th Anniversary of the Society. The organization is inviting everyone to come and hear keynote speaker Hannes Kuehn, a former designer/modeler at the Red Wing Potteries.
Philanthropist Charles H. Hoeflich’s collection of Pennsylvania stoneware, baskets, redware and furniture is being sold June 8-9, 2012 to benefit Pennsylvania charities.
Sal Dambra, who has sold more than 20,000 items on eBay, isn’t content to stick with eBay. Like many other sellers, he's now signed up on Etsy and is enjoying the transparent fee structure and sense of community.