Lebanon was a perfect setting for antiques show Jan. 21-22. While the beautiful weather may have brought out more shoppers, veterans who buy here believe it is the show’s reputation for quality — and finding “good stuff” yet in Ohio keeps them coming
Antique dealers follow their dream.
Winter weather in the Midwest is known to be unpredictable, so dealers at the Jan. 14-15 antiques show at the Holiday Inn in Hudson, Ohio, weren’t too concerned when the power went out a few hours before the opening on the first day of this weekend show.
A monument to native peoples and immigrants.
The Outsider Art Fair began as a small offbeat show on the edge of SoHo just 14 years ago. This year’s event Jan. 27-29 proved that it has blossomed into a full-fledged destination
Cultural legacy hitting on all cylinders.
More than a thousand booths were filled with about 500 dealers gathered in two giant exhibition halls 20 miles from Washington in the shadows of Washington Dulles Airport for D’Amore Promotions D.C. Flea
Lewis and Clark are just the beginning.
Atlantique City, the world’s largest indoor antiques and collectibles show celebrates two decades of offering the best market for vintage treasures on the planet.
Ancient culture and modern art.