Get into the spirit of spring by taking a look at featured advertisements appearing in the March 18, 2015 issue of Antique Trader, for upcoming shows and auctions.
Wayne Jordan’s latest installment of Behind the Gavel reveals formulas for predicting how long you can stay afloat if you happen to be going through a sales dry spell.
Birmingham, Alabama, is the location of the 60th Wedgwood International Seminar, which is taking place April 22-25. Those who register for the all-inclusive, four-day conference are privy to lectures from leading ceramics scholars, as well as hands-on sessions and conservation information.
Willis Henry Auctions is bringing to auction several selections of 18th century furniture and decor items, as well as jewelry and fine art, during a multi-estate auction scheduled for March 28.
In December, Treadway-Toomey Galleries of Oak Park, Illinois, had the opportunity to sell one of the best Arts & Crafts collections ever to come to market, which prominently featured items by Stickley, Grueby and Tiffany. Bidders were especially impressed with the color woodblock prints.
Come March 31-April 4, thousands of collectors, dealers, interior decorators, and others will converge on Round Top, Texas for the spring Marburger Farm Antique Show.
In the latest edition of Ask the Experts, Dr. G. Marchelos provides answers to questions about drip pans, belt buckles and paperweights.