Cuckoo clocks are more than timekeeping mechanisms, they are unique art and the focal point of Bob Ellis' entrepreneurial spirit.
Craig Solomonson's appreciation for computer technology took shape as the public first became aware of computers, and that early interest provided countless opportunities to acquire many early systems and meet fascinating people with similar interests. Solomonson looks back on his collecting years.
Turner Auction + Appraisal will bring to auction Oct. 22 a unique collection of academic artwork representing various mediums.
In the latest installment of Ask the Experts, Dr. G. Marcelos fields inquiries about decanters and a dresser identified as a WWI-era chest of drawers.
Early 16th and 17th-century etchings, and modern prints and travel posters will come before bidders during Swann Auction Galleries Oct. 26 and Nov. 2 auctions.
Come Nov. 3-5, the QCCA Expo Center in Rock Island, Ill. will be transformed into the Fall Antique Spectacular Vintage Market.
Mike Ivakovich, long-time auctioneer, appraiser, and host of "What's It Worth? Ask Mike the Appraiser" radio program, shares a description of an antiques dealer in a recent Readers' Letter.
One hundred and seventy-five curated lots of jewelry will cross the auction block Oct. 28 in a tax-free collaborative auction between Pook and Pook, Inc. and Stuart Kingston Galleries.
Jewelry's role in history can be undervalued. Antique Trader contributor Dr. Anthony J. Cavo teams up with Nancy Schuring, of Devon Fine Jewelry, to examine the sustainability of Georgian period jewelry.