There are so many antiques, and only so little time to complete one's desired collections, which leads a long-time collector to ask for help in locating pieces.
A son seeking a Gorham Empress pastry/pie fork, from the late 19th century, to give as a gift to his mother is he's hoping fellow picker's can help.
Rochester Minn.'s Gold Rush antiques market is gearing up for its May 10-12 event, when it will welcome more than 1,300 dealers set up across 50+ acres.
A lawman is on the lookout for authentic antique police badges, specifically from Nashville, Tenn. and he's calling all collectors to keep an eye out for them.
Eighty West Coast antiques and fine art dealers are gathering May 17-19 for an antiques show with a serious focus — raising money for child abuse prevention.
A collector's unique and intricately designed Japanese-style parachute draws a historically-rich assessment by Dr. G. Marchelos in Ask the Experts.
An elaborate and stunning two-door inlaid cabinet which fetched $39,000 was one of many pieces to attract fierce bidding battles at Don Presley New Year's sale.
Among the lots New Orleans Auction Galleries is featuring at its April 19-21 sale, are works by local artists; with proceeds from the sale of these items going to public radio.
Behind the Gavel columnist Wayne Jordan is sharing some gems of business advice, such as: price your inventory according to what the market will bear. See what else Wayne has to say about relative pricing.