There is a practice within jewelry making where elements of nature are celebrated for their singular attributes and their role in the ensemble. We explore this world, the world of studio jewelry.
Informal, elegant, fun and functional are words Antique Trader Co-Editor Karen Knapstein uses in describing the Olivetti Pattern Series notebook, in her latest 'Things We Love' review.
Presentation, packaging, and performance of Altimeter table clock make the grade for Things We Love.
We all know how to live and how to learn. But when was the last time you considered learning to live and living to learn? The July 19, 2017 issue of Trader gives this idea attention.
This year marks a special anniversary (60 years) for the New Hampshire Antiques Show. The event, presented by the New Hampshire Antiques Dealers Association, is set for Aug. 10-12.
It's been more than nine decades since the first motel opened its doors to weary road travelers. In her latest Postcard Ponderings column, Karen Knapstein examines the emergence of motels and their postcard presence.
A reader's inquiry into the identity of her family's googly eyed doll nicknamed the 'hate doll' generates a detailed historic assessment by Susan Mullikin.
Your time and effort in promoting your available items online is an essential and not terribly challenging part of the overall marketing of your business advises Wayne Jordan.
The Red Wing Collectors Society (RWCS) will celebrate its 40th anniversary during its annual convention, scheduled for July 6-8, in Red Wing, Minn.