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Hollywood Chiefs’ Rare Pre-Columbian Artworks Head to Auction (1/17/13)
Lot18BOULDER COUNTY, Co. – Items from the pre-Columbian art collections of two Hollywood notables are set for auction on Feb. … More >>

Unloved Antiques: Great-Great-Grandma’s Spinning Wheels (1/15/13)
spinningwheelThe next item in this series of Unloved Antiques is something that once was almost a requirement in any antique … More >>

‘Anything Chinese’ Antiques Trend in Japan may be on the Wane (6/20/12)
art domu coverIf you have been into an antiques dealers shop lately here in Japan and heard a strange sound coming from … More >>

Dining with Antiques – Ancient Roman Pottery (7/18/11)
Two-handed cupIn the previous installments of “Dining with Antiques,” we have so far covered a variety of vintage recipes and collectible … More >>

Collecting Indian Antiquities: Know the Rules (2/10/09)
Antique axWith more than 2,000 years of constant cultural milieu, India is a very rich country when it comes to antiquities. … More >>

Authenticating Ancient Chinese Jades Using Scientific Methods (1/24/09)
Nephrite jade incense burnerBy Janet G. Douglas Many collectors and museums have questions relating to the authentication of ancient Chinese jades in light of … More >>

Have an Ox-citing New Year (1/22/09)
Chinese New Year Ox by LladroBy Mark Jaffe While the economy may be dominated by talk of bulls and bears, when it comes to the Chinese … More >>

Auction Report: Dallas Auction Gallery (1/11/09)
Korean Koryo Dynasty vaseLocated in the most dynamic market in the Southwest, Dallas Auction Gallery holds regular auctions in a professional-viewing gallery and … More >>

‘Indiana’ Morgan: Hunting for Antiquities (12/30/08)
As a boy, when Indiana farmers did their spring plowing, Rob Morgan would do some harvesting—his crop, Indian arrow points, … More >>

Antiquities Trade and the Responsible Collector (12/16/08)
A looted pre-Columbian cemetery in PeruThe trade in New World antiquities today is as robust as it has ever been, thanks in part to—what until … More >>

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