One of just three acrylic on canvas paintings of the letter ‘B’ by Pop Artist Robert Indiana (American, 1928-2018), plus several lithographs signed by the artist, will be part of Weiss Auctions’ Jan. 23-24 sale.
Sometimes it seems a shame that in most cases today the overriding emphasis placed on an antique is the market value. But here's where you should start when considering value.
Most makers of the early period either scrawled their name or mark under a drawer somewhere or didn’t bother to mark their products at all. Finding a label on a piece of furniture now means that the collector has to know what kind of label it is to decipher its meaning.
This side-lock dresser, also known as a Wellington Chest by more seasoned antique collectors and dealers, is quite an interesting piece of furniture.
Learn about the sometimes subtle differences in various styles of furniture, and some history about them too!
On Tuesday, Nov. 13, John Moran Auctioneers will host its second biannual Prints & Multiples auction at noon, followed by a 20th Century Art + Design auction at 2 p.m.
Up-and-coming interior designer Sasha Bikoff dedicated her time at the September Brimfield antique shows scouting fall decor and design trends. Bikoff has created an eBay Collective store so shoppers can experience some of the Brimfield shopping experience without leaving home.
Much has been written in the last few years about furniture fakes in the antiques trade. Here's a discussion of some of the fakery and fake finishes.
Asheford Institute of Antiques graduate Edward Tindol performs an appraisal of a vintage desk and a sampler by Betcy Tucker for Antique Trader magazine.