Collectibles expert Jeni Sandberg shares her pro tips for sourcing and styling vintage glassware in the hottest color of the moment.
Textural pieces of metalwork are being snapped up by style-savvy collectors. Learn everything you need to know about this of-the-moment trend.
These kitschy relics of mid-century cheer may have earned Charlie Brown’s disdain, but they are making a comeback with collectors.
Stunning blooms crafted from glass beads and wire were popular in eras when fresh flowers were a scarce and seasonal luxury.
A Danish designer rode a post-war design boom to enduring fame as a creator of strikingly whimsical ceramics.
Transforming wooden objects with burned designs has been a popular craft for hundreds of years.
These hunting-themed drinking vessels experienced a popularity boom in the 18th and 19th centuries, but their heritage goes back to Roman times.
There’s more than meets the eye to these appealing trinkets — they double as viewers for microscopic photographs showing famous scenes and sights.
This striking rug marks a juncture between the rise of an uniquely American handcraft and a cultural interest in commemoration.