The CAS collectors, a club for people with an appreciation for works by the Ceramic Arts Studio in Madison, Wisconsin, turns 20 this year. Members are preparing now for “A Toast To The Past! CAS Collectors’ 20th Anniversary" celebration, set for Aug. 23.
Whether you live in a metropolitan hub of activity, or a small town in the heartland, the opportunity for antiquing is within grasp. Especially when you turn to Antique Trader's Weekly Antiques Auction & Show Ads to plot your next antiquing adventures, be it at an auction or show.
The collections of a late Kennebunkport couple and antiques dealers, including an extensive collection of pottery, are among several fresh-to-market pieces headlining the March 29-30 auction at Thomaston Place Auction Galleries.
More than 250 antiques dealers from 14 states will converge on Tulsa to peddle their antiques and collectibles wares during the Vintage Tulsa Show Feb. 14-16.
A variety of Native American pottery, tools and collectibles, and antique rifles will cross the auction block Feb. 1 during Cordier Auctions' multi-estate auction.
Twenty-five top-tier galleries and antiques dealers from the U.S. and Britain will showcase their wares at the 15th annual NY Ceramics Fair Jan. 22-26.
From piercing bronze sculptures and ornate Chinese jade and pottery to oil paintings by Latin artists, the Sept. 23 Major Antiques and Fine Art auction at Auction Gallery of the Palm Beaches is steeped in variety.
The Red Wing Collectors Society celebrated the 36th anniversary of the group's annual summer convention in July, attracting nearly 1,500 collectors from around the country for four days filled with seminars, socials, and an auction that saw an 8-gallon crock sell for $4,200.
One of North Carolina's most cherished styles of hand-made art, face jugs, will take center stage at East Carolina University, during the "Legacy of the North Carolina Face Jug," July 29 - Aug. 9