An archival piece tells the story of a remarkable 18th Century Chinese export porcelain service
A collection of antique Americana in a contemporary Pennsylvania house demonstrates once again the affinity between folk art and modern design
First, let’s get the name straight
Check out what’s going on this week at museums across the country!
An archival article from 1985 makes its web debut!
Cardiff Castle in Wales embodies the Victorian era’s love for the myth and lore of times long past
Samuel Yellin received what would prove perhaps his single most important early commission in 1914, for the Frank Augustus Seiberling estate in Akron, Ohio.
A Primer on Campaign Furniture
The cabriole-legged furniture of
Kentucky is the result of the region’s particular environmental, cultural, social, and economic forces, a kind of terroir, made manifest in wood
Exhibitors preparing for the Winter Show’s first-ever virtual event reflect on their past years at the fair or highlight one exceptional object available this January