Macklowe Gallery is delving into a new chapter in its nearly five decades of serving the interests of the antiques and art community. Second-generation owner Benjamin Macklowe shares more about the company's vision.
If you're looking for an opportunity to treat yourself to some fun during the hectic holiday season, allow us to recommend scoping out the Show and Auction calendars on our site. Check out a few of the many items happening between now and the end of 2017.
Bram Stoker's literary gifts continue to inspire and enthrall readers, filmmakers, moviegoers, and collectors the world over. Here are just four ways...
Cuckoo clocks are more than timekeeping mechanisms, they are unique art and the focal point of Bob Ellis' entrepreneurial spirit.
Laszlo Jajczay of Seattle Decorative Art Restoration treats each restoration project as an opportunity to learn. In his 20+ years of restoring fine objects, he's acquired quite a bit of knowledge.
A photo album with 29 pages of photographs taken from the RMS Carpathia following the Titanic disaster of 1912 sold for more than $45,000.
Charming characters or cunning scoundrels, either way, these historic and fiction characters make an appearance among antique Toby jugs. Learn more about these character ceramics.
Oct. 25 marks the day pioneering artist Pablo Picasso was born. Antoinette Rahn takes a look at five instances of Picasso's influence on present day art.
By Antoinette Rahn Colorado resident Ken Mueller is an unapologetic fan of P.B.J. Before you start wondering what peanut butter and jelly sandwiches have to do with collecting, let me explain. P.B.J. etc. stands for “Pins,” “Buckles” and “Jewelry.” This clever moniker is what Mueller uses when describing his collection. A...