The innovative approach of architect Frank Lloyd Wright is represented in homes and business structures throughout America. In this Ten Things column we examine 10 of those locales.
In today's world of GPS and app-accessible directions, maps may seem obsolete. However, the role of maps and the stories they represent isn't lost on artist Lisa Middleton, who repairs and adds color to old maps.
Sometimes it's a phrase or even a simple quote that sets the scene and captivates your attention. Antoinette Rahn shares some of those scenes from the May 10, 2017 issue of Antique Trader.
Compiled by Antoinette Rahn He’s “The Man of a Thousand Faces” and one of the most prolific performer of the silent-film era. Enjoy a few fascinating facts about Lon Chaney Sr. and a clip from “The Phantom of the Opera”…. Lon Chaney Sr. – Movie Maestro 1 Long before the advanced movie-making magic...
It's that time of year again to celebrate postcards. If you've ever admired a postcards you know how much there is to celebrate. This year, why not join Antique Trader in celebrating National Postcard Week?
The Junk Bonanza event slated for April in Shakopee, Minn. will provide shoppers with access to a curated selection of vintage, repurposed and artisan items, presented by select vendors.
The issue of finding the perfect wedding gift that plagues wedding guests today was less so in the 19th century, when a bride's basket was the go-to gift. Learn more about bride's baskets and their popularity among collectors.
G. Argy-Rousseau gifts of innovation and scientific experimentation are at the backbone of his most prized development, the pâte-de-verre casting technique he used to create his masterpieces of glass.
After more than 40 years of operating Griffins & Gargoyles in a iconic brick building on Lawrence Ave. in Chicago, the father-daughter duo of Roy and Kelly Donovan are moving their antiques business strictly online.
Collectors eagerly pursue Santa Clara Pueblo pottery by Margaret Tafoya. In the latest Ten Things You Didn't Know column, Antoinette Rahn illustrates how truly amazing it is that pieces originally sold for $5 are now often commanding four or more figures.