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.
Antiques & More, a collective of antiques and collectibles dealers operating in San Carlos, Calif. is hosting an anniversary celebration March 5-6.
In the most recent installment of Ask the Experts, Dr. Anthony Cavo sheds some light on a woman's inquiry about her trio of Fenton pieces, which includes a piece by an award-winning artist.
In so many aspects of life, we are all part of communities. Within many of those communities exists the opportunities to grow as an individual and contribute to the greater good, simply by participating. During this holiday season, the editors of Antique Trader offer thanks for all who are part of this community.
Check out the Antique Trader featured Antique Show & Auction Ads to see the 'happenings' in your region, and events taking place in places you'd like to visit.
A large Daum Nancy French cameo art glass vase takes top lot honors in an auction featuring an eclectic collection, presented by Woody Auction.
The autumn antiquing season is here, and there are many opportunities to enjoy the wonderful offerings at shows, auctions, markets and shop visits. The Antique Trader Weekly Antique Show & Auction Ad feature contains select event advertisements of these upcoming opportunities.
With the worldwide ban on ivory, it is absolutely essential one can decipher ivory from plastic when it comes to antiques and collectibles. In the latest Ask the Experts column, Dr. G. Marchelos offers a clear caution of closely examining items and seeking documentation, as he fields a reader's inquiry about determining if an...
A select group of 35 dealers will participate in the Delaware Coast Antiques Show & Sale, in Rehoboth Beach, Del., Sept. 11-13.
During her Antiques Roadshow experience, Antique Trader subscriber Vikki Eilts spoke with two people who were enjoying their first Roadshow tour stop.