Human conquest of the cosmos has the ability to inspire humans like little else and, in the brief time we’ve been slipping these surly bonds, we’ve done remarkably well, all things considered.
Modernism is the stuff of the 1933 Chicago World’s Fair “Century of Progress,” the boundless optimism of post-World War II America, the sleek comic lines and manic music of Tex Avery’s MGM 1949 “House of Tomorrow” cartoons, and the ever-present acres of the suburban ranch house that subsequently spread endlessly across the nation.
It is with great pleasure, after a tremendous amount of hard work by the Antique Trader staff and management that we introduce to you the brand new, enhanced – and beautiful – Antique Trader Web site
About a year before we were married, my wife Lauren and I bought a little house in New York State in the Hudson Valley. The tiny hamlet of Lafayetteville, to be exact. A saltbox Greek revival, it was charming as all get-out and, more than likely, one of the two or three...
This is what the spring is all about: Grabbing a rake, a broom and whatever else we could find in the garage, my wife and daughter and I took to the garden last weekend and started moving the ground.
Living for so many years in NYC, I had more than my share of opportunities to check out the Robert Sower’s window at JFK Airport’s American Airlines terminal. It is – was – truly an architectural masterpiece and a piece of Modernism that never lost its glory.
This March 19, 2008 issue of Antique Trader also happens to contain the Atlantique City Antiques Show program, pages 29-41, with a map, dealer listings and location, info on the appraisal event and the show’s sponsors.
Antiques are all about nostalgia. We want to recapture that feeling, that time, represented by a specific item, which brings us back
On Saturday morning, March 29, the crowd lined up 2,000 deep for the 9 a.m. opening of the Atlantique City Antiques Show at the Atlantic City Convention Center.
Upwards of 200 people lined up to hear verbal opinions of value on their treasures at the Atlantique City appraisal event, keeping the show’s eight appraisers busy