It's been said, Georges Briard knew what 1950s housewives wanted. Given that his unique and useful housewares are still popular after 60 years proves its true.
A $1,000 stipend for historical research is up for grabs in New Hampshire. The Piscataqua Decorative Arts Society has offered the stipend periodically since 2006.
The West Coast's longest running country and folk art antiques show is entering a new phase. It may have a new name and new leadership, but the show goes on.
It was a million dollar moment for respected antiques appraiser and consultant Colleene Fesko and a resident of Texas during a recent taping of 'Antiques Roadshow.' See what this history-making moment was all about.
Columnist Wayne Jordan dishes up a host of helpful tips and insights about basic business accounting practices, to help you make the most of your business.
Furniture Detective Fred Taylor did some wicker investigation recently, and now he addresses the most common misconception surrounding wicker. Find out what it is.
In an Antique Trader exclusive, Asian arts expert Melody Amsel-Arieli, takes you on an exploration of the popular and rarely seen late Qing Dynasty objets d'art.