The Philadelphia Antiques & Art Show is returning to The Navy Yard April 21-23. This long-standing and respected show which has experienced some struggles in recent years seems to have gained new footing. After a 2014 move to the Convention Center and a hiatus in 2015, the show returned to The Navy Yard last year. […]
Spring is a great time to go antiquing. And two things make it more fun: an interactive experience and heading out not knowing exactly what you are looking for. So head out and take in some history at America’s best antique markets. Scott Antique Markets (Atlanta) March 9-12: Scott Antique Markets Americas Favorite Treasure Hunts! […]
Adirondack Mountains Antiques Show in Indian Lake, N.Y., and Adirondack Museum Antiques Show and Sale in Blue Mountain Lake, N.Y., work together to present a range of rustic antiques during the height of the mountain fall foliage season. From all compass points, and distances near and far, dealers in high-quality antiques from across the country are […]
The Harvest Festival Original Art & Craft Show is the biggest annual indoor art & craft show in the U.S This year, it will be held at the Cashman Center in Las Vegas, Nevada on September 9 – 11, and will feature hundreds of artisans that create handmade items such as paintings, sculptures, ceramics, hand-turned wood, […]
Spring Masters New York, the international art and design fair showcasing exceptional works from antiquity through the 21st century, will take place Friday, May 8 through Tuesday, May 12, 2015 at the historic Park Avenue Armory in New York City. Timed to coincide with the peak of the spring art season in New York, Spring Masters New York attracts […]
Crowds at the LA Art Show at the Los Angeles Convention Center prevented free movement through some of the aisles when we attended on Saturday. The show had been going on since Thursday. The show was remarkably diverse, both in terms of the exhibitors and in terms of the attendees. While a fair share of […]
Apter-Fredericks: Apter-Fredericks has been acquiring some of the finest pieces of 18th century English antique furniture since 1946. From Queen Anne to Regency, through the designs of Thomas Chippendale, George Hepplewhite, Robert Adam and Thomas Sheraton, they span the period when English furniture design and craftsmanship was at its height. Using the archival wealth of London’s […]
At both the Tailgate-Music Valley Antique Show and the Heart of Country Antiques Show, dealers were finding ways to discount the effect of information explosion. In many cases, the items were so unique that you can hardly describe them in a few words, not to mention to find catalogues for comp. The term “one of the kinds” has gone to a new degree of dimension.