Ice cream memorabilia collectors gathering in Reading, Pennsylvania, for convention July 26-28, 2018.
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.
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.
It's been 20 years since Tom Johnson fused his love of antiques and collectibles and technology expertise to create RubyLane.com. Recently, we caught up with Johnson to discuss the past, present, and future of this online selling platform.
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.
A Gold Dust Barkhouse Brothers Kentucky Bourbon bottle, dating to the mid-1870s, is among the unique and rare bottles headlining American Bottle Auctions' upcoming sale.
Learn about old furniture forms no longer common in modern homes. How to identify a music cabinet, gossip bench, parlor pig, dumbwaiter, wig stand, roller organ, candle box, and more.
"The Last Chord" series of postcards, from Bamforth and Company, is the product of inspiration from an early 20th century song by the same name, according to an assessment by Ask the Experts panelist Dr. Anthony J. Cavo.
The presence and design of escutcheons and height of a cabinet provide clues as to the age of the possible custom furniture, explains Ask the Experts panelist Dr. G. Marchelos, in his assessment of reader's inherited item of furniture.