A captain's chair attributed to George Nakashima may see $1,500 during the Oct. 2 East Meets West Auction offered by Gordon S. Converse & Co.
The team of Antique Trader doesn't subscribe to the idea that there comes a time when we no longer can benefit from learning new things. In the Sept. 30, 2015 edition demonstrates the diversity of things there are to learn about and benefit from knowing.
The Mullica Hill Merchants of New Jersey are gearing up for the 46th annual Fall Festival, Oct. 10-11.
In his latest Behind the Gavel column, Wayne Jordan illustrates how cooperating with eBay’s liberal refund policies may increase sales — but not necessarily profits.
The first of a series of history-making auctions, featuring one of the most prestigious petroliana collections, is scheduled for Oct. 5. Morphy Auctions is presenting the collection, valued at more than $15 million.
The autumn antiquing season is here, and there are many opportunities to enjoy the wonderful offerings at shows, auctions, markets and shop visits. The Antique Trader Weekly Antique Show & Auction Ad feature contains select event advertisements of these upcoming opportunities.
It will be history in the making come Oct. 3, as Bertoia Auctions offers at auction Part I of the Clive Devenish collection of mechanical, still, tin and spelter banks.
Pook & Pook Inc. is preparing for a busy start to October, with two Americana auctions, Oct. 3 and Oct. 5, that feature historic works from the likes of Andrew Wyeth.
British audiences were enthralled by the works of American painters from the 'Dust Bowl' period, during the Olympia International Art & Antiques Fair. It was the first time the curated collection ‘There’s No Place Like Home' was displayed outside the U.S.
The Michigan Antique Festival, in operation for nearly five decades, recently received an honor of recognition from the state of Michigan.