Advice from the Furniture Detective about making the most of the tools available to repair an item of furniture brought forth storytelling memories for Antoinette Rahn when she was a child.
Wedgewood pottery, in operation since the mid-18th century, has brought many iconic motifs and objects to market. Among those was its lusterware line, driven by the designs of Daisy Makeig-Jones.
For ceturies people have been telling stories, and sharing the tales of their lives and experiences through quilts. In this article, Antoinette Rahn explores this topic of tales told through textiles.
One of the country's most expansive miniature circus, featuring figures hand-carved by a father-son duo over the course of five decades, is on the market.
Mary-Ann Wood transforms broken china into beautiful jewelry, and her work is presented as DinnerWear Jewelry.
Dr. Anthony J. Cavo, a regular contributor of Antique Trader, admits that lamps aren't his 'thing,' and yet among his latest acquisitions are 11 lighting devices. Can you relate to this collecting experience? Learn more about what drew Anthony to these lamps.
When was the last time you've thought about comic book superheroes? As Editor Antoinette Rahn discovers during a chat with the author of "Rise of the Superheroes" there's a lot to appreciate about the comic universe's doers of good.
The inclusion of the fleur de lis design and the scene depicting a woman and a man in a period setting and dress, aid in evaluating and assessing a reader's tea set, explains Ask the Experts panelist Susan Mullikin.
In this Ask the Experts inquiry, Dr. Anthony J. Cavo fields a reader's question regarding what was thought to be a cream can. Cavo not only discussed the difference between cream can and milk can, he provided regional history of the can's origins.