In his most recent column, Furniture Detective Fred Taylor discusses the importance of size in determining the true identity of antique furniture like tables.
A large 19th century painting of a young girl prompted Diana Bailey Harris to trace the story of the young girl, a relative of Harris', and the search revealed countless family stories.
In the latest installment of Ask the Experts Dr. G. Marchelos, a certified appraiser of the Asheford Institute of Antiques, provides several sound suggestions for divest a collection.
It will be a celebration of Charleston’s architectural, historical and cultural heritage March 19 through April 18, during the 67th annual spring Festival of Houses and Gardens in Charleston, S.C.
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...
A multi-piece Noah's Ark toy figure may fetch between $12,000 and $14,000 during Bertoia Auctions' 1,400-lot Toy & Holiday auction Mar. 28-29.
Woody Auction is holding the first of five scheduled auctions to sell a single, outstanding antiques collection March 20. Jason Woody of Woody Auction says of the collection: “It might be the finest ever offered in the state of Kansas.”
Organizers of the 32nd annual Eastern Iowa Doll/Toy/Teddy bear show are hoping this annual event will jump start the arrival of Spring, as dealers and collectors of dolls, bears and vintage toys converge on Iowa March 10.
Heckler Auction is bringing a selection of 96 pieces of glass to auction beginning March 17, with potential top lots in the form of an early 19th century Sunburst snuff jar.