We are never too experienced to gain a new appreciation for information. That's part of what is at the core of the latest column by Wayne Jordan. A column about reconsidering the essence of collecting today.
Dr. Anthony J. Cavo demonstrates the lasting value of evaluations beyond a single item while explaining hallmarks in his latest evaluation for the Ask the Experts.
Best intentions can sometimes have disastrous affects. Case in point, using linseed oil on a turn-of-the-century chifferobe, instead of mineral spirits, advises Furniture Detective Fred Taylor.
A business' brand is a big deal. With that, it carries a lot of responsibility and potential reward for a business, which is why it may not be the best idea to think re-branding when sales are down.
Navigating the landscape of wages and labor when operating an antiques and collectibles business can be challenging, but sensibility prevails, states Wayne Jordan.
One of the most spectacular aspects of collecting antiques and vintage items is the story each item bears. Paul Kennedy discusses this in his latest column.
In the midst of wartime conflicts and during recovery from the wounds of war, military servicemen of the 18th and 19th centuries skillfully transformed worn-out military uniforms and blankets into quilts. An exhibition of such quilts opens Sept. 6 in New York.
In the latest Ask the Experts column, Dr. Anthony J. Cavo offers an insightful lesson in reading hallmarks to identify and assess silver heirlooms.
Using social media to market your business isn't about focusing on you. That may seem odd, but it's really about posting relatable information that hits home with people, advises Wayne Jordan, in his latest Behind the Gavel column.