President George Washington used one, Oscar Wilde rarely went without one, and even Queen Victoria was even seen with one a time or two. It's all about the walking cane or stick, and here are ten things you may not know about them.
A large 19th century painting of a young girl prompted Diana Bailey Harris to trace the story of the young girl, a relative of Harris', and the search revealed countless family stories.
Did you realize we're in the midst of carnival season, and Mardi Gras is just a few weeks away? Within all the revelry of this season are many many secret traditions, including the highly-sought after Mardi Gras invitations.
Antique Trader contributor Melody Amsel-Arieli takes you into the world of mythical figures and natural forms, found in fine examples of Teplitz Art Nouveau pottery, a collecting interest luring in collectors and investors alike.
By their very nature volunteer fire departments were organized around protecting people and property, without a second thought about whether the property ablaze had an insurer’s fire mark. However, it’s long been the focus of myth that some are working to end.
The kugel is a traditional blown-glass ornament originating in Central Europe. Becoming popular in the United States in the late 19th century, these dynamic and delicate decorations continue to charm people the world over.
Mesmerizing and majestic, stained glass is often seen as a delicate art form, but a lot of precision and patience goes into this universally appealing art form.
An elusive 1968 White Enamel Custom Hot Wheels Camaro not only connected two strangers, it led to life changing moments for both.
Cowboy guitars are an integral part of cowboy lore, and none so much as the Gene Autry cowboy guitar. See how this single guitar evokes so much emotion.
It's been said, Georges Briard knew what 1950s housewives wanted. Given that his unique and useful housewares are still popular after 60 years proves its true.