There's no question the excitement over spring antiques show season is at a fever pitch, as many people are facing a different sort of fever, of the cabin sort. Looking ahead, the schedule of upcoming antique shows and auctions may very well be the "cure" for your cabin fever. Check it out!
Just because Mother Nature continues to deliver arctic conditions in many places across the country, it doesn't mean you have to suffer a shortage of antiques and collectibles entertainment. In fact, what better solution for cabin fever than to attend an antiques show or tap into an auction, in person or online. Feed your...
More than 250 antiques dealers from 14 states will converge on Tulsa to peddle their antiques and collectibles wares during the Vintage Tulsa Show Feb. 14-16.
The Iowa State Fairgrounds will be bustling with activity Feb. 7-9 during the Antique Spectacular. Among the different categories of antiques to be features are furniture, art pottery, primitives, postcards, and vintage textiles.
This year's Antiques and Garden Show of Nashville, slated for Feb. 7 - 9 is the 24th anniversary of this unique show featuring fine antiques, garden decor and horticulture items.
U.S. Antique Shows marks its first year hosting the legendary Armory Antique Show, Jan. 24-26, during Americana Week in New York.
One of New York's favorite antique show — the Pier Antique Show — is bringing some new and improved features to its holiday show, set for Nov. 23-24.
It will be a buyer's paradise during the 46th semi-annual Gettysburg Outdoor Antique Show come May 18, when 125 vendors offer everything from glassware to toys.
Now in its 37th year, Milford Antiques Shows, at the Hampshire Hills Sports and Fitness Club, announces its 2013 show dates.
Iowa's largest indoor antiques and collectibles show, the UNI-Dome Antique & Collectibles Show, will get underway March 22 and feature wares from 150 dealers.