The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco is hosting “The Cult of Beauty through June 17, 2012,” as the first major exhibition devoted to the entire material output inspired by the Aesthetic Movement.
The second annual Wake Forest Woman’s Club Antiques Show kicked off March 30, 2012 at a new venue and twice as many dealers as last year's antiques show – from a half-dozen to more than 20 booth spaces.
The legendary Errol Flynn (1909-59) was one of the great action stars of his era, and his many classic films have come to epitomize the adventure films of the 1930s and ’40s. Collector Tom McNulty shows how values for Errol Flynn lobby cards mirror his best and worst movies.
A rainbow of color filled the auction gallery as a collection of prized French art glass went on offer at Kaminski Auctions 20th Century Modern, Rare Lamps and Art Glass sale on Sunday, March 25.
The National Early American Glass Club has announced its 2012 Seminar will be held May 16-19 in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia.
The covers of popular science fiction and horror pulps of the 1930s and '40s were meant to leap at the eye from their perches in dime store magazine racks; few of the artists working in this field have hung on to the attention of aficionados as much as Hannes Bok.
When long-time RWCS and Elks lodge member Steve Vagasky heard of the Red Wing pottery burglary, he remembered seeing some old pottery dinnerware that was no longer being used and was inspired to act.
Over the millennia, horses have served us on farms and battlefields, competed for us on racetracks and entertained us at the movies. It’s no surprise, then, that bridles have become a popular collectible, especially among Western Americana enthusiasts.
The best perfume bottle dealers in the world are coming together to sell at the IPBA Perfume Bottle Show & Sale May 5-6, 2012, in Jacksonville, Fla.