For many people, a successful antique or collectible transaction is about price. However, it's not necessarily about haggling, but more about negotiate, explains Behind the Gavel columnist Wayne Jordan.
The issue of finding the perfect wedding gift that plagues wedding guests today was less so in the 19th century, when a bride's basket was the go-to gift. Learn more about bride's baskets and their popularity among collectors.
In his latest Behind the Gavel column, Wayne Jordan shares the results of his research and experience involving clearance sales. The advice he shares is not only helpful if you are in the business of selling antiques and collectibles, and are considering an after-the-holidays sale, but, his column is a ‘peek behind the retail...
Finding the right furniture restoration specialist (furniture guy) is as much about what you don't do, as it is about the decisions you do make, states Furniture Detective Fred Taylor.
In a recent Ask the Experts column, evaluator Susan Mullikin shares a bit about the Arts & Crafts movement, in reference to a unique punched-top table.
G. Argy-Rousseau gifts of innovation and scientific experimentation are at the backbone of his most prized development, the pâte-de-verre casting technique he used to create his masterpieces of glass.
Behind the Gavel columnist Wayne Jordan examines the methods, elements, and growing interest in the online estate sales business.
In a recent Things We Love column, Print Editor Karen Knapstein shares the process of locating, acquiring, and lovingly refurbishing a large cupboard with help from Chalk-tique.
Shape, design and markings on the bottom are key indicators to the maker of a ceramic pitcher, explains Dr. Anthony Cavo, in his Ask the Experts column.
Things are not always as they seem, and that is the case involving a pair of what is described as 'silvery' glass coasters, reports Dr. G. Marchelos, in his response to a recent Ask the Experts inquiry.