In her note to readers, Print Editor Karen Knapstein, gives a short and enticing preview of the nostalgic (wish books), insightful (RFID technology) and informative (Futurist art) featured in the Dec. 24, 2014 issue of Antique Trader.
Do you recall those days of youth when you'd pour over the pages of the holiday catalogs, circling items, referring to specific pages while making your holiday wish lists (and checking it twice)? If so, you're not alone. We posed a question about memories of holiday catalogs (wishbooks) and a few readers shared their...
A new exhibition at the San Jose Museum of Quilts & Textiles features a stunning selection of Antique Amish Ohio quilts from the Darwin D. Bearley Collection. The quilts will be on display through March 2015.
If you're into making New Year's resolutions, why not set yourself up for success, and commit to making it to a show, shop, auction or market the first couple months of 2015? Then turn to Antique Trader to find out what's happening and where.
A 23 1/2-inch tall bronze by Frederic S. Remington, “The Bronco Buster,” signed and stamped by the Roman Bronze works, walked away with top lot honors, during a recent Fine Art and Antiques Auction offered by Thomaston Place Auction Galleries.
Despite having limited historical information, a 19th century Punch cigar store wood figure, 69 1/2 inches tall with a contemporary base, soared to $102,600 during an autumn auction offered by Showtime Auction Services.
The 17th Annual New Year's Day Auction at Ross Auctions will feature a 17-item R.J. Horner dining room set, as one of the lots expected to vie for top-lot status.
A pair of Russian Fabergé Workmaster silver and enamel eggs by Mikhail Perkhin are among the lots expected to spark intense bidding, during Ahler's & Ogletree's Jan. 1 auction.
Lee Parsons' fascination with antiques and collectibles began when he was just a child, and as he grew, so too did his appreciation for antiques. In fact, it's grown into Aether Estate Sales Co., a family-run business.
Although it is often mistakenly linked with the Fascist political movement, the Futurist art movement is steeped in movement, speed and striking imagery.