Rochester, Michigan's Rush Antiques and Rush Appraisals recently added an e-commerce arm to its operation, making 18th, 19th and 20th century antiques available for purchase.
The lifetime pottery and antique collection of Jerrye and the late Lt. Col. Marvin Dillman of Texas is being sold without reserves November 21. The Dillmans’ collection offers a wide variety of Roseville and Hull art pottery, as well as carnival glass and porcelain. “This sale contains the largest number of Roseville baskets and...
Shenandoah Valley of Virginia yellow pine blanket chest (circa 1800) decorated by Johannes Spitler, sold for $356,500 during a June 20 auction offered by Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates.
A quilt, created during the Spanish-American war, featuring a large eight-point center star and U.S. flags on a green background, embroidered with “War was declared April 22 1898" was among several lots to sell during Garth's Early American Auction, earlier this summer.
Donald-Brian Johnson discusses the dynamic design of utilitarian spongeware pottery in a recent edition of Antique Trader.
In its first stand-alone online auction, June 17, Pook & Pook Inc. is bringing a diverse selection to market, ranging from Quimper pottery to banks.
Attendance at the Red Wing Collectors Society's Annual MidWinter GetTogether was robust, with 24 percent more people attending versus 2014.
Folk art carvings of two Carolina parrots and a pickerel, are among the Americana art and antiques from a single-owner estate coming to auction April 25 at Pook & Pook.
Two original pieces of artwork by Grandma Moses are garnering a lot of attention ahead of the April 11 auction presented by Nadeau's Auction Gallery.
A late 19th-century National Cash Register is an expected stand-out of a Jan. 31 auction featuring two-generation, 70-plus year collections of a mother-daughter estates, offered by Specialists of the South.