The spring auction and antique show season continues, with a multitude of opportunities to seek specific items and simply explore the many offerings.
Between the show and auction schedules this spring, there is plenty to keep all of us busy. Check out some of the featured ads in the latest issue.
In short order, the 43 acres, 10 tents and 12 buildings of the Marburger Farm Antique Show in Round Top, Texas, will be filled with scores of people looking for new items for collections, piece of decor for home or business, and a host of other antiques and collectibles treasures.
Spring antique show and auction season is upon us, and the opportunities to appreciate, acquire and celebrate antiques and collectibles is plentiful.
Centuries before the fascination with celebrity relationships of today, Napoleon and Josephine were one of the 'it' couples of the late 18th century. Lion Heart Autographs is bringing an seldom-seen artifact bearing both of their signatures to The Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show Feb. 10-16.
The Knapp Animal Learning Center on the Iowa State Fairgrounds will be transformed into the Antiques Spectacular Feb. 5-8.
It's funny how reading about an upcoming show or viewing an item coming to auction can trigger memories of early introductions to antiques and collectibles. Such was the case for Antoinette Rahn recently.
There are a number of auction and show events scheduled for the first few days of 2016.
A viewing of the acclaimed documentary "Sharing the Rough" will be part of the Third Annual Jewelry History Series (Jan. 26-27), a lead in conference to The Original Miami Beach Antique Show, Jan. 28-Feb.1.
The Michigan Depression Glass Society's recent 43rd annual show drew collectors with traditional interests, as well as people seeking unconventional decor options.