This still-functioning French carriage clock is a fine example of a quintessential 19th-century status symbol.
Did you know that some vintage snow globes can bring hundreds of dollars?
This International Silver Company ice bucket is worth a surprising amount.
African masks inspired the Cubist and abstract art movements.
The beginning of “red carpet” treatment.
The still-popular Claddagh originated in Ireland back in the early 1700s.
Because it was handmade, copper repoussé was popular during the Arts and Crafts movement.
Mint julep cups are passed from generation to generation.
It’s August, which means it’s time for the 58th annual NH Antiques Week. To mark this year’s celebration of antiquing, we’ve constructed a guide for newbies with advice from experts who’ve played the game of treasure hunting for years.
This Italian stone inlay differs from mosaics because no grout is used in the seams.