Works by Henri de Toulouse Lautrec, Pablo Picasso, Marc Chagall, and Tiffany Studios are headlining Los Angeles Auction House's first live Fine & Decorative Arts Sale, Jan. 15.
A rare frosted Madonna night-clock lamp by the Boston & Sandwich Glass Co., circa 1875, poised to fetch between $3,000 to $5,000, is expected to be among the highlights in Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates’ first auction of the 2015, set for Jan. 31.
In the latest installment of his Bottle Treasures Uncorked column, Mike Polak sheds some light on stoneware and crocks, which are commonly seen at shows, but rarely a topic of discussion, he says.
Gen. Conrad Bush, CSA, turned a chance encounter during a visit to a museum into an opportunity to put words to paper in order to share a bit about Confederate stamps with his fellow readers of Antique Trader.
Why not get 2015 off to a good start, and commit to making it to an antiques show, shop, auction or market the first couple months of the year, and then turn to Antique Trader to find out what's happening and where.
During James D. Julia's Nov. toy doll auction, a sale which saw windup toys, still banks, advertising and coin-op collections, and Steiff dolls draw much bidder interest, total sales topped $1.4M.
It’s official, the largest collection of bobbleheads and bobblehead-related memorabilia will call Milwaukee, Wis., its home, as the National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum prepares for its 2016 grand opening.
In this excerpt from Picker's Pocket Guide -- SIGNS by Eric Bradley, you get an intriguing and educational sneak peek behind the scenes of the white hot world of vintage advertising signs.
In his latest Behind the Gavel column, Wayne Jordan offers a primer on using online resource IFTTT (If that, then this) to make efficient use of marketing and obtaining fresh inventory for an antiques business.
Examples of ancient mold-blown glass, including pieces dating back to the first century A.D., will be on display at The Corning Museum of Glass, starting in 2015.