Best intentions can sometimes produce damaging results, especially when it comes to cleaning fine art. Recently, April Hann Lanford, fine art specialist with DPR Art Rescue, shared tips for cleaning fine art, based on medium.
Wedgewood pottery, in operation since the mid-18th century, has brought many iconic motifs and objects to market. Among those was its lusterware line, driven by the designs of Daisy Makeig-Jones.
One of the country's most expansive miniature circus, featuring figures hand-carved by a father-son duo over the course of five decades, is on the market.
Think back to your care-free days of youth: Do you recall playing marbles with friends? If so, you have two brothers and the city of Akron, Ohio to thank, explains Antique Trader guest contributor Ingrid Floyd.
It's not every day you come across the words beautiful and rust-resistant antiques in the same sentence. Yet, when it comes to tinware known as toleware, it fits.
More than eight decades after his passing, the estate of 19th artist-educator John Douglas Patrick, will come before bidders Jan. 15 in a no-reserve auction presented by KC Auction & Appraisal Co.
Did you know iconic Louisiana artist Clementine Hunter didn't start painting until she was in her 50s? Or, that her work inspired an opera and play? Learn more about this inspiring southern artist.
Art, science, and nature are at the center of a new exhibition in Florida. The display 'Biophilia' will also appear at the Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show, Feb. 14-20.
Did you know the Texas Rangers law enforcement agency has been in operation since 1823? Today the history and memorabilia associated with this crime-fighting group is receiving tremendous interest.