One of America's finest collections of doll houses is heading to market April 11 and 12, and among the lots is a 19th century English Baby House, which is expected to command between $8,000 and $12,000.
March 29 and 30 collectors have the opportunity to scope out the 45th Annual Guilford Antiques Show in search of treasures, while helping benefit the Hyland House Museum.
The Michener Museum in Bucks County, Pa. recently added a new name to its prestigious list of accomplished artists. Joseph Porcelli, noted glass artist, painter and columnist with Antique Trader, joined a list of 398 artists of the past and present.
The Haviland Collectors International Foundation started the year with the announcement of new officers. The election took place at the annual conference.
Heritage Square Museum is launching a new event that features 19th century Victorian magic, mind-reading and mysticism
The top lot in Freeman’s recent sale of American furniture, silver, folk and decorative arts set a record for a blanket chest made by Johannes Spitler, which sold for $350,000. The auction generated excitement and interest among American and International institutions, private collectors and dealers and ultimately realized more than $1.74 million.
After shattering attendance records in England, “Norman Rockwell’s America” opened at the Birmingham Museum of Art Sept. 16, 2012. Featuring more than 52 original paintings and all 323 vintage Saturday Evening Post covers, the exhibition visually chronicles the evolving landscape of American culture and society from 1916-1969 and is one of the largest Rockwell...
San Antonio historian Bob Dale restored an antique Pearl Beer keg delivery wagon and calls it the only wagon from Texas beer brewing heritage. This small beer wagon dropped kegs at the Menger Hotel of Teddy Roosevelt’s Rough-Rider fame, the wild and woolly Ironfront, the legendary Buckhorn (still operating on Houston Street), and Billy...
Boston's Museum of Fine Arts exhibit “The Postcard Age: Selections from the Leonard A. Lauder Collection,” depicts postcards as an artistic medium, Oct. 24, 2012.
Ten Fifth Avenue museums along New York’s Museum Mile are opening their doors for free for a mile-long block party and visual art celebration known as the Museum Mile Festival June 12. More than 1,600 museums across the country have opened their doors for free through Labor Day for active-duty military personnel and their...