It's been 20 years since Tom Johnson fused his love of antiques and collectibles and technology expertise to create RubyLane.com. Recently, we caught up with Johnson to discuss the past, present, and future of this online selling platform.
When celebrating 20 years, what's the traditional gift? Silver, paper, or if you are the Roscoe Antique Mall, expansion of the business.
Woodshed Art Auctions is celebrating 50 years as a family business, with a legacy steeped in art. The legacy began with a framing business and evolved into an auction business.
Locating luxury items of various interests is as easy as 1, 2, 3, especially when you're dealing with online auction shopping experience at Jasper52, explains Antique Trader contributor Sara Jordan-Heintz.
Everything But the House (EBTH) is out to demonstrate that locating estate-fresh finds has never been easier. AT Print Editor Karen Knapstein explores more about this in a recent Knowing Your Business column.
NorthStar Collective is dedicated to bringing buyers and sellers of antique and vintage goods together at the antiques shows the firm produces.
In today's world of GPS and app-accessible directions, maps may seem obsolete. However, the role of maps and the stories they represent isn't lost on artist Lisa Middleton, who repairs and adds color to old maps.
The key to longevity in today's antiques business involves being able to expand one's global footprint. For Doris Leslie Blau Gallery, a firm specializing in antique carpets and custom rugs for the past 45 years, one way to do just that is through eBay Collective.
After more than 40 years of operating Griffins & Gargoyles in a iconic brick building on Lawrence Ave. in Chicago, the father-daughter duo of Roy and Kelly Donovan are moving their antiques business strictly online.