An exploration of Queen Anne tableware as everyday silver.
On a day in 1935, ceramist Harold Horine and his mother packed up their car in their hometown of Hollister, Missouri, and headed west.
Board games have been a part of human socializing since the earliest days of civilization
Four generations on, the furniture-making Eilersen family continues to strive for improvement
George Nakashima and the legacy of “Live-Edge” furniture
The art of French prisoners of the postrevolution and Napoleonic wars
We looked to our shelf for a lens through which to examine why we collect
How spode willow pattern China became an enduring touchstone in decorative arts
How not to copy a Rembrandt.
ANTIQUES contributors Benjamin Davidson and Pippa Biddle take us on a journey to admire Navajo weavings
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