Did you realize we're in the midst of carnival season, and Mardi Gras is just a few weeks away? Within all the revelry of this season are many many secret traditions, including the highly-sought after Mardi Gras invitations.
Just because Mother Nature continues to deliver arctic conditions in many places across the country, it doesn't mean you have to suffer a shortage of antiques and collectibles entertainment. In fact, what better solution for cabin fever than to attend an antiques show or tap into an auction, in person or online. Feed your...
This set of Lincoln rocking chairs owned and used by President Abraham Lincoln during the time of his election as president, sold for $26,121 at Nate D. Sanders auction.
In the most recent installment of his Furniture Detective column, Fred Taylor helps a collector determine the best course for dealing with a formica top on a table, while also clarifying its maker.
Data shows the antiques business is the best kind of retail business to be in at present. Wayne Jordan walks us through the numbers that prove why dealing in used goods is more profitable.
A new player in the antiques and collectibles online marketplace, Lofty.com is working to serve people’s passions for fine antiques and art by providing access to a curated global marketplace and assistance in avoiding any potential difficulties in the journey.
The Michener Museum in Bucks County, Pa. recently added a new name to its prestigious list of accomplished artists. Joseph Porcelli, noted glass artist, painter and columnist with Antique Trader, joined a list of 398 artists of the past and present.
Noted 20th century artist Johann Berthelsen captured the essence of city landscapes with subtle use of light and dark, and as Mary Manion points out in her latest Art Markets column, his work resonates with many collectors today.
More than 250 antiques dealers from 14 states will converge on Tulsa to peddle their antiques and collectibles wares during the Vintage Tulsa Show Feb. 14-16.