Those who wore a diving helmet while making a living or serving our country were as brave as our imaginations allow them to be. And sometimes more so.
A 7 1/2-inch tall Russian vase, which was cataloged with a $600 to $900 estimate, didn’t end its auction until it hit $141,450 – 157 times its high estimate.
A Daytona Beach, Florida, museum may hold the best collection of American antique furniture south of Williamsburg, Virginia.
Two rediscovered marble busts by the 18th century French sculptor Jean-Antoine Houdon sold for a combined $1.475 million at the Fine Art & Antiques Auction held March 23 by Cottone Auctions.
Heritage Auctions will make its expansive offerings of fine & decorative art more accessible than ever before when the firm launches monthly Fine Art auctions in the summer of 2019.
One Ruby Lane shop I come back to time and again is Allie's Antiques. The seldom-found items are usually in excellent condition and give me a serious case of "the wants."
Author Steve Woit’s Fly Fishing Treasures: The World of Fly Fishers and Collecting is a colorful review of the area where collecting and fly fishing meet.
Complimentary antique appraisals from the Antique Trader staff of appraisers is a service reserved exclusively for Antique Trader magazine subscribers. In this installment: "Lady" lamps and cut glass candy dishes.
The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation has recently added several important objects of Judaica to its collections. Objects that represent the early Anglo-American experience have also been acquired.
For the enthusiast and collector, a large vintage and antique cast iron cookware auction is akin to a chocoholic diving into a pool of dark chocolate.
Now through Wednesday, May 8, Thomaston Place Auction Galleries presents “Collectors’ Choice,” an online only auction offering rare and collectible objects.
In his latest exclusive antique appraisals for Antique Trader magazine, appraiser Dr. George Marchelos evaluates a vintage Kenmore kerosene stove and a contemporary garden lantern.
Nadeau's Auction Gallery's annual New Year's Day fine and decorative arts auction broke seven figures when it achieved more than $2.35 million in sales.
A monumental 8-foot Japanese cloisonné vase created by Japan for the 1893 Chicago World’s Fair was auctioned for $135,000 by Clars Auction Gallery in February 2019.
An important Russian bronze may sell for as much as $120,000 during an Eldred's auction scheduled for April 5-6 in East Dennis, Mass.