In today's world of GPS and app-accessible directions, maps may seem obsolete. However, the role of maps and the stories they represent isn't lost on artist Lisa Middleton, who repairs and adds color to old maps.
A change toward greater pricing transparency within the antiques and collectibles market is a departure from the norm, but can be useful, provided the information is accurate, says Wayne Jordan.
Sometimes it's a phrase or even a simple quote that sets the scene and captivates your attention. Antoinette Rahn shares some of those scenes from the May 10, 2017 issue of Antique Trader.
A new exhibition at The Burchfield Penney Art Center on the SUNY Buffalo State campus reveals the process, precision and popularity involved in making paper weights.
In his latest Furniture Detective column, Fred Taylor tackles reader questions about a Larkin side-by-side, fold beds, and diversity of mahogany wood.
A 1938 model of tombstone radio, made by Zenith, may be music to the ears of bidders during Cordier Auctions upcoming auction.