In her review of the new book "Edwardian Ladies Hat Fashions: Where Did You Get That Hat?," Print Editor Karen Knapstein discusses the uncommon, but informative fusion of facts and photos about antique fashions and some of the sacrifices made in the name of style.
Thirty-seven years after emigrating from Poland to the U.S. as an 18-year-old, Stan Bernacki continually uses skills he acquired early in life to successfully operate his renovation and conservation business.
One hundred and fifty years ago Edmund McIlhenny transformed an island off the coast of Louisiana into a haven of pepper production and a fiery sauce. Here's 10 things about Tabasco.
A practical and planned approach to placement of shopping hand baskets can make the difference between successful connection with customers, advises Wayne Jordan in this column.
A long-time connection between Hugh Hefner and a high-school classmate produced the extensive collection of letters and drawings in an auction presented by Potter & Potter July 28.
A gold coin, which research shows was struck for and carried by President George Washington, will come to the auction block Aug. 16 through Heritage Auctions for only the third time in its history. The net proceeds from the sale of this coin will benefit charities.
Understanding and examining the anatomy of tables is a handy skill, explains Furniture Detective Fred Taylor. From support structure and hardware to leaves and joints, the ability to interpret these elements aid in selecting a sound table.
A 20th century metal sculpture of a horse by Deborah Kay Butterfield rose to double its high estimate, finishing at $70,400, to claim top lot in a 547-lot auction presented by Palm Beach Modern Auctions.
As Dr. Anthony J. Cavo teaches us in this extended Ask the Experts assessment, several elements within decorative paintings lend themselves to determining the possible age of a piece.