It's amazing where our antiquing adventures take us, isn't it? Sometimes we have a destination in mind when we start the day, and sometimes we don't, but we end up finding truly magnificent treasures along the way. To help you plan your next outing, or inspire you for future trips, we've selected some of...
The golden rule of collecting is pretty simple: Collect what you love. Isn't that why many of us get into this hobby/industry in the first place? Recently I was reminded that connecting with what resonates in me, through collecting, is a sound investment in self as well.
The Outdoor Channel premieres a new reality show (The Gunfather) on Oct. 1, about the day-to-day happenings of am East Coast-turned-Montana family specializing in custom firearms.
The legacy of wood turning runs deep in Georgia's Moulthrop family, and its likely that you've seen examples of their exquisite handiwork and may not even know it. We caught up with Philip Moulthrop recently to learn more about this family of wood turning artists.
The recent record-setting sale of a pristine copy of Action Comics No. 1 sent the collecting community atwitter, while also offering a clear reminder that when it comes down to it, it's whatever someone is willing to pay for an antique or collectible, at a particular time.
In "Looking for Me: A Novel" it's easy to see why the main character, Teddi Overman, chooses to surround herself with antiques, where the past is more storied, than messy - which is often the case with human history. However, in the course of the novel Teddi travels back down the road to path...
In 2014 it's been 95 years since the efforts of a few garnered a right for all women in the U.S., the right to vote. Here are 10 things you may or may not know about the women's suffrage movement.
In the latest installment of Knowing Your Business, catch up with Doug and Della Burruss of California are preserving and promoting the past through traditional practices and modern technology at their shop Nostalgia Palace.
Not only are stamps functional and practical, they are often affordable collectibles, and wonderful pieces of art. In the latest Ten Things You Didn't Know column you’ll discover a few fascinating facts you may, or may not have known about stamps and philatelists (those who collect stamps and study postal history).
Today, just as it did when it began in 1957, Antique Trader keeps you abreast of the happenings in the antiques and collectibles community with unparalleled attention to detail. From entertaining and informative cover stories and intriguing and insightful columns, to thorough previews and highlights of auctions and shows, the events of the antiques...