In a recent installment of Ask the Experts, Dr. Anthony J. Cavo provides insight about value and interest in vintage tax forms and a single bookend.
Condition, condition, and condition. It's one of, if not in some cases, the key element in determining value of an object. Furniture Detective Fred Taylor speaks to this in regard to an Empire couch.
Dr. G. Marchelos evaluates a trio of inquiries, including that of an antique pen, a table-top reverse-painted lamp, and a mango serving fork.
In an effort to help business owners make the most of the marketing of antiques businesses, Wayne Jordan explores and evaluates Facebook's new Lookalike Audience feature.
Cuckoo clocks are more than timekeeping mechanisms, they are unique art and the focal point of Bob Ellis' entrepreneurial spirit.
Putting photos to work promoting your antique and collectible business on a virtual platform can create something customers will remember. Wayne Jordan explains further in his latest Behind the Gavel column.
World fairs and expositions introduced large numbers of people to new innovations, and that exposure went on to influence design and inventions, including the slumber chair, explains Furniture Detective Fred Taylor.
In the latest installment of Ask the Experts, Dr. G. Marcelos fields inquiries about decanters and a dresser identified as a WWI-era chest of drawers.
The way that wood is cut and the type of the wood itself determine how wood grains appear in sawn and cut wood.