In the latest 10 Things You Didn't Know column, Antoinette Rahn investigates Artus and Anne Van Briggle, a talented duo of artists who found success at Rookwood Pottery before establishing their own studio.
In his latest column, Wayne Jordan explains how bricks-and-mortar retailers have an opportunity online sellers don’t: By making shopping memorable and pleasant, shopkeepers can build a trusting relationship and keep customers coming back — even if they don’t buy on the first visit.
A 19th century oil depiction of the Madonna, attributed to Giovanni Carnovali, has an estimate of $4,000 to $5,000 heading into the March 26 auction at Antiques & Modern Auction Gallery.
Spring antique show and auction season is upon us, and the opportunities to appreciate, acquire and celebrate antiques and collectibles is plentiful.
Discovered buried in a $10 box of sheet music purchased at an estate sale decades ago, an early map of Texas was auctioned for $10,000 recently in Dallas.
In the most recent Furniture Detective column, Fred tells the story about the rediscovery of something old, in this case: oak, which ended up saving the day.
The Buck Stops Here columnist Melanie Thomas shares an entertaining account of what running a tight-quarters business with your spouse is like, along with providing hints for survival.
American art pottery, various types of glass and furniture crossed the auction block during a January sale at Brown Auctions. A 15-inch Roseville Falline vase was a highlight in the glass category, selling for $1,500, while an RJ Horner dining set claimed top lot after commanding $14,500.