Folk art carvings of two Carolina parrots and a pickerel, are among the Americana art and antiques from a single-owner estate coming to auction April 25 at Pook & Pook.
Commonly thought to be made only of wood, steel and brass, corkscrews have a classically elegant side as well, often one of gold and silver, which is resonating with today’s collectors.
During a salvage trip to an old cafe many years back, a Nebraska man came upon a wooden cash register, and in response to his inquiry to Ask the Experts about its possible value, we enjoy an enchanting story of its discovery.
Come May 3, more than 200 dealers and thousands of shoppers will converge on the Lawrenceburg Fairgrounds, in Lawrenceburg, Ind. for the kick off of the 30th year of the Tri-State Antique Market.
A 14-inch, period Art Deco bronze sculpture of a dancing couple may waltz its way to $10,000 during a April 1 Spring Art & Antiques Auction at Sterling Associates.
A promissory note signed by James Bowie, a leader in the Texas Revolution and a casualty of the Battle of the Alamo, on 1833 commanded $62,500 during a March 14 auction at Heritage Auctions.
Often adorned with eggs and baby chicks, Easter greeting postcards serve as harbingers of spring. Karen Knapstein examines this practice in her latest Postcard Ponderings column.
This year marks the 100th anniversary of the arrival of Pyrex bakeware on shelves of department stores across the U.S. In addition to being a popular form of cookware, Pyrex is also a sentimental favorite of collectors as well, as explored in the latest 10 Things You Didn’t Know column.
Wayne Jordan takes a closer look at the results of the Sellers Choice Awards tabulated by EcommerceBytes.com. See how the various online sales platforms stack up in Wayne’s latest Behind the Gavel column.
More than 150 selections of European pewter, including two 19th century pewter mugs, are expected to become highlights of Pook & Pook's International Auction, slated for March 28.