G. Argy-Rousseau gifts of innovation and scientific experimentation are at the backbone of his most prized development, the pâte-de-verre casting technique he used to create his masterpieces of glass.
Antique Trader’s featured antique show and auction ads from the print magazine, extending our promise to help our customers find new customers, and keep you in the loop about happenings in the antiques world. In this space you’ll see fresh updates to the latest antiques auctions, shows and events taking place between Dec. 16,...
Artwork, including a unique self portrait, by abstract impressionist artist Sam Francis, is expected to vie for top lot during Michaan's Dec. 9 Fine Art, Furniture, Decorative Arts and Jewelry Auction.
After more than 40 years of operating Griffins & Gargoyles in a iconic brick building on Lawrence Ave. in Chicago, the father-daughter duo of Roy and Kelly Donovan are moving their antiques business strictly online.
Behind the Gavel columnist Wayne Jordan examines the methods, elements, and growing interest in the online estate sales business.
A pair of vintage palace chargers of unequaled size, will headline the cloisonné offerings in Woody Auction's Dec. 3 eclectic auction.
In a special Collector Feature, Antique Trader contributor Steve Evans discusses collectible belt buckles. This lesser-known collecting interest offers quite a few options for starting and forming a collection, and they are definitely on the more affordable end of the collecting spectrum.
An 18-karat yellow gold shell-form link bracelet by Cartier is one of hundreds of antique, retro, costume and designer jewelry set to sell Dec. 6 through John Moran Auctioneers.
Shape, design and markings on the bottom are key indicators to the maker of a ceramic pitcher, explains Dr. Anthony Cavo, in his Ask the Experts column.
A vintage Buckeye Stages System bus depot sign topped $50,000 during the Oct. 7-9 auction presented by Showtime Auction Service.