Southwestern artist Howard Schleeter's painting “Spur Line (Las Vegas, New Mexico-1938),” 24 inches by 30 inches, soared to $26,070 at auction — a world record for this artist.
In an Ask the Experts appraisal, A.I.A "Certified Appraiser" Dr. G. Marchelos points out distinct history of a vase, and something that cuts into its value.
With so many books to choose from, the true challenge is limiting a collection to volumes that bring pleasure and hold value. Here you'll learn how to do just that.
Just a few months back Hurricane Sandy ripped through the East Coast, but the NYC Pier Show opened its doors then and it is preparing to again March 16-17.
Variety is the spice of life, and that's exactly what you'll find at Michaan's March 3 Fine Art Estate Auction, with oil paintings, serigraphs, pocket watches.
Everything from a branded tomb vault to cast-iron toys and Pepsi signs take center stage during the annual Indy Antique Advertising Show, set for March 15-16.
Dr. Audrey Whitty, a innovative leader of Ireland's art community, takes the reigns as the new curator of European glass at The Corning Museum of Glass.
Richard Brown's passion for comic books began in childhood, first as he learned to read and then as a collector. In both ways comic books were good to him.
The Haviland Collectors International Foundation started the year with the announcement of new officers. The election took place at the annual conference.
The results are in, and the latest trend data for the antiques marketplace reveals continued growth in the numbers of younger buyers in the antiques world.