Found 156 articles matching Furniture category.
  • Jun 4 2013
  • 4 Jun 2013

Rinker on Collectibles: Our Future Relies on Kids Collecting

On Saturday, May 25, 2013, Linda and I drove from Kentwood to 1350 West Randolph Street, Chicago, home of the Randolph Street Market Festival. It […]

  • May 31 2013
  • 31 May 2013

A Chair by Any Other Name: How Some Sitters Got Their Monikers

There are at least three categories of furniture that are so important to us in our daily activities that they have special names. These titles […]

  • May 24 2013
  • 24 May 2013

Q & A with Harry Rinker: Arcade Cast Iron Farm Toy, Uncle Sam & Hitler Button

QUESTION: I own an cast iron, Arcade blue corn planter toy. I acquired it as part of a boxed lot at an auction. What is […]

  • May 24 2013
  • 24 May 2013

Antiques Auction Forum Podcast: Repurposing with Cari Cucksey

In this week’s installment of the Antiques Auction Forum podcast, Martin Willis speaks with Cari Cucksey of HGTV’s “Cash & Cari,” whom he caught up […]

  • May 23 2013
  • 23 May 2013

Walking the Dog leads to an Epiphany: Antiques can be a Form of Time Travel

I was walking my dog the other morning on the property of the 1790 House, which is a fine colonial structure in Woburn, Mass., that […]

  • May 10 2013
  • 10 May 2013

The Collector’s Minute: Wegner’s Wishbone Chair

The 1960 Presidential Debate played a role in this country’s history, but it also helped establish a Danish modern icon: the “Wishbone Chair,” also known […]

  • May 9 2013
  • 9 May 2013

Who Watches ‘Mad Men’ Just to Check out the Cool Furnishings? I Do!

I am guilty of this and I am sure many others out there are as well! My wife enjoys the storyline of the hit AMC […]

  • Apr 13 2013
  • 13 Apr 2013

The Collector’s Minute: The Minimalist Barcelona Chair

The Barcelona chair is a stylistic icon designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, known for his minimalist glass-box architecture. The same principles that guided […]

  • Apr 5 2013
  • 5 Apr 2013

Here To Help: Furniture Advice From the Past

If you are a collector or dealer of Depression-era furniture, or if you simply inherited a houseful of it and you happen to like most […]

  • Mar 27 2013
  • 27 Mar 2013

20th Century Furniture Marketing: Small Deceptions a Matter of Style

We all know that, when it comes to advertisement or promotion, not everything we are told is always exactly correct all the time. Some of […]