Early railway photos comprising The Race to Promontory traveling exhibition marks the "Meeting of the Rails" at Promontory Summit, Utah, on May 10, 1869.
The new exhibition, "Navajo Weavings: Tradition and Trade," opening July 14 the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum, one of the Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg, honors the creativity and culture of Navajo weavers.
An ancient Greek figure of a sphinx carved from limestone is expected to bring more than $100,000 as one of the featured lots in Artemis Gallery's June 20-21 auction.
For ceturies people have been telling stories, and sharing the tales of their lives and experiences through quilts. In this article, Antoinette Rahn explores this topic of tales told through textiles.
A prehistoric clay pot effigy of a human head is among the lots vying for bidder interest during Helm Auction, Inc.'s April 14 tribal auction.
It's not every day you come across the words beautiful and rust-resistant antiques in the same sentence. Yet, when it comes to tinware known as toleware, it fits.
The desire to help drive traffic to her family's business and fellow Pennsylvania businesses, and raise monies for community needs, led Melissa Nordhoff to create a tour. Ten years in and word is out.
A 12th century Chinese fresco featuring a Bodhisattva is among the headliners of Gianguan Auctions' Dec. 9 sale.
Lonnie Mimms is transforming his interest in early technology, computers specifically, into a destination experience in the Computer Museum of America. Antique Trader contributor Greg Bates recently caught up with him to learn more.