From fledgeling antiques shop start-up to a mecca of antiques and collectibles merchandise, Oakton Street Antique Centre has made the most of the past 20 years, and they're sharing the wealth with a 20-20-20 sale.
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.
A group of antiques dealers in San Carlos, Calif. can attest to the truth of the old adage, when one door closes, another one opens. Or in this case, another shop opens, with a bit of work, patience and dedication.
An 18th century Louis XV marble commode, which may sell for $3,000 to $5,000, is among the lots leading the March 15 and 16 sale at New Orleans Auction Galleries.
A rosewood rococo marble turtle-top parlor center table claimed the top spot of all 550 lots, selling for $33,350 during Stevens Auction Company's Jan. 17-18 multi-estate auction.
It's not a bad deal when you can kick off a new year, while celebrating a 35th anniversary at the same time. This double celebration will occur Jan. 4-5, during the Antiques Show at Birchwood Manor in Whippany, N.J. - a show which began some 35 years ago.
Bidders will enjoy a diverse selection of Americana at Garth's Auctions first sale of the year, including more than 400 lots from a personal collection of esteemed collectors from New York, set for Jan. 3 and 4.
The life story of an antique — where it’s been, who owned it and how it came to be where it is — is known as its provenance. Furniture Detective Fred Taylor discusses the importance of heeding an antiques hints about its true history.
Acre after acre at Marburger Farm Antique Show will be filled of the best quality, whether high-end or a bargain, delivered in a setting like no other, Oct. 1-5.
New Orleans Auction Galleries' premiere of its new Cakebread Designer Auction series was met with great response, as designers and fans look toward the next session.