In a recent Knowing Your Business column, I connected with Ted Hake and Alex Winter, founder and president, respectively of Hake's Americana, to discuss Hake's marking 50 years in business.
In the latest Behind the Spine column, Paul Kennedy talks Depression glass with Pam Meyer, chairperson of the National Depression Glass Association convention.
In this Behind the Gavel column, Wayne Jordan examines the increase of 'added fees' becoming part of some business operations.
This coming June 16-17 more than 50 dealers and thousands of shoppers are expected to descend on Portland, Ore. for the 11th Annual Rose City Book & Paper Fair.
The innovative approach of architect Frank Lloyd Wright is represented in homes and business structures throughout America. In this Ten Things column we examine 10 of those locales.
In her latest assessments, Ask the Experts panelist Susan Mullikin suggests more in-depth evaluation of items of inquiry: an obscure chair and ginger jar.
Paint job, tires, size and driver figure of a toy race car are clues to the age of the toy, but the conflicting information leads more questions than answers.
So often the naming conventions for items are about practicality. For example, in a response to a reader Furniture Detective Fred Taylor explains that a chest with a central compartment used to store bonnets and hats was referred to as a bonnet chest.
An early 20th century silver and green chrysoprase necklace from maker Georg Jensen is one of the featured lots in John Moran Auctioneers' multi-session auction, May 23.
This year marks the 28th year of Brian Lebel's Old West Show & Auction, and during the auction portion of the June 10-11 event a painting by noted Western artist Alfred Jacob Miller may command $175,000.