America's longest-running antiques and collectibles reference is marking its golden anniversary, and celebrating its evolution during the previous decades.
Antiques & More, a collective of antiques and collectibles dealers operating in San Carlos, Calif. is hosting an anniversary celebration March 5-6.
Although it may be a secret to a large portion of the population, more and more communities and regions of the country are discovering what collectors and antiques dealers have known for years, antiques are worth traveling for. In his latest Behind the Gavel column, Wayne Jordan, examines how the area of Galax, Va....
Even though the king of big box stores often finds itself on “most-hated” lists, Behind the Gavel columnist Wayne Jordan explains why having the low-cost-goods retailer in the neighborhood is a good thing for antiques sellers.
What drives collecting among the wealthy: fully half in a recent survey said the item they valued the most in their collection was because of personal sentimental value. Learn more about how the wealthy collect and why most intend to increase what they spend on valuable antiques and collectibles in 2012.
A Boston casting company is seeking professional antiques buyers and sellers for a new show from the producers of PBSs' "Antiques Roadshow." The goal: better than amateur-weekend-flea market hobbyists - those who really know their stuff.
A reader/volunteer asks for ideas on how to boost traffic in the rural thrift store. Suggestions range from an appraisal event to silent auctions.
Imperial developed Candlewick in 1935. Hundreds of different items were made. Candlewick became the choice of many brides as their wedding crystal. I started collecting and writing in 1978 after discovering this beautiful crystal at garage sales. Eventually I learned that out of all the pieces produced, there was only one piece that had...
Letter to the Editor: Regarding the Antique Trader (page 14, March 2, 2011, edition) Yes, Barbara Andrews, the Greater Washington Area Historical Society of Washington, Mich., celebrates George Washington’s birthday every year.
I read with great interest the long letter from the “Antiques Roadshow” guest, giving his perspective on the experience.