Piet Mondrian was among the early visionaries of abstract art and an artist whose work and name received a black mark by the Nazi regime during the reign of the Third Reich. Seventy-four years after his death, his name is in the news again as his work is at the center...
The topic of coffee tables always seems to draw much discussion about how old or not old the concept of these low tables really is. Here Furniture Detective Fred Taylor weighs in.
Among the items in Americana Auctions June 3 estates auction is an extensive collection of canes, as well as several examples of silver decorative art.
For ceturies people have been telling stories, and sharing the tales of their lives and experiences through quilts. In this article, Antoinette Rahn explores this topic of tales told through textiles.
In this Behind the Gavel column, Wayne Jordan looks at the benefits of applying the importance of curb appeal to a commercial building and business.
From classic toys, such as trains and sailing vessels to early scientific instruments, Auction Team Breker's May 25-26 auction is a showcase of tech and toy examples.
Mary-Ann Wood transforms broken china into beautiful jewelry, and her work is presented as DinnerWear Jewelry.
Colonial coins and currency will make more than an appearance at Pook & Pook, Inc.'s May 26 online-only coin and jewelry auction, they'll kick things off in classic style.
The first of multiple auctions featuring a lifetime collection of R.S. Prussia porcelain will come before bidders May 26 through Woody Auction. The first sale features a majority of pieces done in the seldom-seen cobalt blue color.