I.M. Chait is participating in this year's Asia Week in the comfort of the company's Beverly Hills gallery, instead of the hub of New York, with an auction featuring several lots of Asian art, porcelain and more, March 23.
A cigar lighter, made in the shape of a figural Justice for the World's Fair of 1893, is one of the hundreds of lots pegged to sell at Fontaine's Auction Gallery, March 29.
An extensive selection of early American redware and stoneware, from the collection of a East Coast antique dealer, is among the headlining items in the March 29 auction at Willis Henry Auctions.
Using specific examples of Gross Margin Return on Inventory, in the latest Behind the Gavel column Wayne Jordan shows how strategic inventory management increases cash flow without selling more or raising prices.
In his latest column, Furniture Detective Fred Taylor shares historic details about prevelance of Indiana Eastlake chairs, and minute details surrounding furniture maker John Stuart.
Sometimes the most important lessons are learned the hard way, as Melanie Thomas explains in her latest The Buck Stops Here column, about vetting an antiques show venue prior to signing on to display.
The 27th annual March In Montana Fine Art and Collectibles Auction and Dealer Show is coming March 20-22, as part of the popular "Russell Week" celebration - honoring the contribution of the late Western artist Charles M. Russell.
President George Washington used one, Oscar Wilde rarely went without one, and even Queen Victoria was even seen with one a time or two. It's all about the walking cane or stick, and here are ten things you may not know about them.