Learn the fascinating story (and canny marketing) behind the gorgeously swirled colors of these collectible pieces.
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.