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.
Chair passed down from a cherished aunt turns out to be an uncommon Renaissance Revival chair, as identified and discussed by Dr. Anthony J Cavo, in a recent installment of the Ask the Experts column.
The 25 dealers who make up the Antiques & More shop in San Carlos, Calif. are preparing for a Holiday Party, Dec. 13. In addition to music and refreshments, visitors will find a wide array of festive items and unique gifts, along with special discounts.
A panel of noted antiques experts will discuss the future of antiques, during a discussion slated for Nov. 20, ahead of the Pier Antique Show in New York.
This article is written by renowned jewelry expert and author, C. Jeanenne Bell, G.G., and is an excerpt from the just-published new edition of Answers to Questions About Old Jewelry, 8th Ed. One of my favorite sections in the article appears near the beginning, where Bell states: “The jewelry of the 1860s and ’70s is...
Lofty is aiming to streamline the process of buying and selling art, with the development of its recently announced new peer-to-peer marketplace platform.
Fine mineral collector Bryan Swoboda offers up an intriguing examination of key factors to consider before becoming a collector of fine minerals, in this Antique Trader special feature.
Did you know at one point in the mid-19th century there were more than 40,000 Fire Association fire marks in Philadelphia? That's just one fascinating fact about fire marks you'll walk away with upon reviewing this fifth of sixth installments in the "De-Mystifying Fire Marks" series.
Another season is upon us, and for many, that means a new season of sports. With that in mind, Upper Deck recently announced its 'Man Cave' contest. Time is of the essence though, as the deadline for submissions representing the best 'Man Cave' is Oct. 17.
It's been six decades since two rare 1918 “Inverted Jenny” airmail stamps were stolen from the exhibition of a private collection, but the search continues, as a reward of $50,000 for each of the stamps was put on the table recently.