For generations, games like Scrabble, Monopoly, checkers and chess have captivated the attention of all ages. Even in today's technologically advanced world, board games continue to attract new players, as well as collectors, as Doug Koztoski explains.
Dr. Anthony J. Cavo, a regular contributor of Antique Trader, admits that lamps aren't his 'thing,' and yet among his latest acquisitions are 11 lighting devices. Can you relate to this collecting experience? Learn more about what drew Anthony to these lamps.
It never ceases to amaze how naming conventions can change the history, identity, and sometimes even the perceived purpose of an object. Furniture Detective Fred Taylor tackle word lingo of furniture in his latest column.
May 4-6 collectors of White Ironstone China will converge on Wadsworth, Ohio for the White Ironstone China Association's 24th annual convention.
A 19th century pictorial patchwork table cover is one of several lots to captivate bidder interest during Cowan's Fine & Decorative Art Auction. The patchwork table cover rose to $25,200.
A Brilliant Period cut glass crescent-shaped vase on a pedestal is one of nearly 400 lots coming to auction May 17 through Woody Auction.
New fine art discoveries, like that of Thomas Hill's “Silver Strand Falls" painting of a scene from the Yosemite Valley will headline Witherell's American West at Auction sale, May 17.