The third offering of Tiffany Studios masterpieces, including a stunning Tiffany Peony table lamp, from Japan’s esteemed Garden Museum is headlining the April 12 sale at Michaan Auctions.
The Junk Bonanza is returning to Canterbury Park, Minn. April 10-12, with dealers offering salvaged and rejuvenated junk, antiques and vintage and artisan-repurposed pieces galore. Plus, "antiques matchmaker" Cari Cucksey, star of HGTV's “Cash & Cari,” will be in attendance.
We've all heard people say they're a "student of life" or a life-long learner. How true is that for you? One of the things I've enjoyed most about getting older is rediscovering how much I yearn to learn new things.
Morphy Auctions is expanding its auction services to include antique and classic vehicles, beginning with an auction in October 2014.
Fans of Wallace Nutting collectibles will gather in Pennsylvania Mary 16-17 for the annual gathering of the Wallace Nutting Collectors Club.
The new owners of Red Wing Stoneware and Red Wing Pottery are making history, by becoming only the second Red Wing-based company to make the popular commemorative piece for the Red Wing Collectors Society's annual convention.
The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston is hosting a quilter's paradise from April through July, with the opening of the "Quilts and Color" exhibition.
Jessica Munday-McGee gives us a close-up tour of the amenities and charms of Scott Antique Markets, which have been among America’s favorite antiquing destinations for nearly 30 years.
The world has changed quite a lot since the first pieces of Depression-era glassware appeared on the scene, but the fascination with collecting these pieces remains popular. Antique Trader catches up with Ellen Schroy, author of the new edition of Warman's Depression Glass to talk glass.
In his latest column, Furniture Detective Fred Taylor discusses how furniture of the past offers a unique glimpse at the societal norms of the time and its representation of gender roles and social status.