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.
Furniture Detective Fred Taylor advises a reader about determining age of a vanity by inspecting its curved legs and the back of its mirror.
In his latest Behind the Gavel column, Wayne Jordan explains why, when the time comes for dealers to attach a monetary value to their “most valuable asset,” most sellers are shocked to learn their customer base has little to no monetary value.
In addressing a reader's inquiry about vintage baskets purchased while in Saudi Arabia, Susan Mullikin identifies some as representative of historic forms: a snake charmer basket and Moses basket. All told the selection of baskets may bring at least a few hundred dollars, Mullikin explained.
In his latest Ask the Experts assessment, Dr. G. Marchelos offers insight about a selection of bedroom furniture with value steeped largely in usability.