It will be a celebration of Charleston’s architectural, historical and cultural heritage March 19 through April 18, during the 67th annual spring Festival of Houses and Gardens in Charleston, S.C.
In the latest issue (Feb. 19) of Antique Trader we delve into the festive and fascinating traditions behind Mardi Gras invitations, as well as bold antiques business tips and artistic mastery.
A new player in the antiques and collectibles online marketplace, Lofty.com is working to serve people’s passions for fine antiques and art by providing access to a curated global marketplace and assistance in avoiding any potential difficulties in the journey.
In the Feb. 5, 2014 issue of Antique Trader you'll delve into the world of vintage advertising, pick up some valuable tips about managing antiques inventory, learn a little something about head fiddles, and get the inside scoop on upcoming antiques shows and auctions.
Did you know that President Jimmy Carter is a Nobel Peace Prize winner, or that the 10th President John Tyler fathered 15 children? Or how about that two flags that stood in the Oval Office during JFK's term sold for $350,000 at auction? These and many more tidbits of Presidential history await you in...
There's a new blog aimed at helping antiques and vintage dealers sell more items and manage their business even better. At ResaleRetailing.com Antique Trader's Behind the Gavel columnist Wayne Jordan is offering up tips, advice and tools to help dealers make ever day of business count.
While transistor radios may have enjoyed a short production lifespan in the 1950s and '60s, their nostalgic value lives on today through collectors and memories.
For Forrest Mendenhall, the son of a dairy farmer who found his calling amidst the bid callers back in the day, life has been a true adventure of living and learning — something he continues to share with each new batch of students.
One of the best things about antiques is their ability to preserve and represent the past. A recent installment of Ask the Experts prompted a trip down memory lane that involved Saturday afternoons, a telephone table and lessons in literature.
There's a lot more about duck decoys than you may realize. Their story begins before the European settlers arrived in America, but it was the arrival of the settlers that catapulted decoys into the limelight of commerce.