Vintage jewelry is finding its way into the wardrobes of people of all ages, and online jewelry boutique Vintage Meet Modern is providing jewelry options and accessorizing advice.
More than 1,100 items and objects will come to auction Sunday, Oct. 15 through J. Levine Auction & Appraisal. Here are six eye-catching lots...
Members of the Vintage Tablecloth Lovers Club are showing and sharing their love of tablecloths in a big way, by developing an extensive database devoted to tablecloths.
Celebrities are undoubtedly trend setters. Even on the auction front. Check out 5 sunglasses that made news simply because of their connection to a celebrity.
Various pieces of early and seldom-seen jewelry by master jewelry designer Georg Jensen changed hands at auction June 9-11, through Rago Arts & Auction Center.
In a special Collector Feature, Antique Trader contributor Steve Evans discusses collectible belt buckles. This lesser-known collecting interest offers quite a few options for starting and forming a collection, and they are definitely on the more affordable end of the collecting spectrum.
A meticulously stitched and appliqued Lone Star quilt, circa 1840, rose to $9,360 before the gavel fell during Jeffrey S. Evan's & Associates' first textile auction, held July 16.
More than 500,000 buttons will be on display and available for sale during the National Button Show Aug. 4-6 in Denver, Colorado.
Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates is launching its first antique textile and sewing accoutrements auction July 16, which will feature early 19th to early 20th century quilts including a pieced and chintz applique quilt from 1840.