When it comes to belt buckles supposedly made by Tiffany, there is a lot more 'hogwash' than history to the story, according to avid collector and regular Antique Trader contributor Steve Evans.
Hundreds of bird dog paintings, decoys, fly rods and other fishing collectibles, changed hands to the tune of $1.4M during Copley Fine Arts' Winter Sale.
In the latest installment of Ask the Experts, evaluator Susan Mullikin, shares her findings about the maker of a reader's porcelain vase.
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.
It’s been a few years, but the Antique Trader Business Directory is back. Anyone operating an art, collectibles, antiques or related business is encouraged to get listed for free.
The Original Miami Antique Show, slated for Feb. 10-13, features hundreds of select dealers, as well as a complimentary appraisal day with Skinner, Inc.
Cape Ann art, Native American carved folk art, silver, and maritime art all finished strong during Eldred's November Americana and Paintings Auction.
A silver bar salvaged from the 1622 shipwreck of the Nuestra Senora de Atocha is expected to vie for top lot status during Milestone Auction's Jan. 14 sale.
Old House Vintage Market, slated for Jan. 13-14 in Loveland, Colo., will serve as a haven of opportunity for seekers of repurposed items, salvaged antiques and industrial elements.
Gentleman, lifelong student, revered authority of antique toys, and exemplary family man and friend are some common characteristics used to describe Rich Bertoia, who passed away Dec. 19. He was 62.