The author of the UBS and Art Basel report says she doesn’t expect a return to anything resembling normalcy soon. The coming period will be “another transitional year,” she said.
A 2,000-year-old artifact that had ended up in the home of a Manhattan antiquities dealer is now in an Italian museum.
A new generation of homebound shoppers is developing a hunger for antiques and other hard-to-find items online and on Instagram.
As the Manhattan Bird Alert account on Twitter gained traction, so did opposition. Critics said the crowds it encouraged could be harmful.
Officials said that more of the World War II-era grenades, which had been thought to be inactive, may have been sold this summer at an antiques mall in North Carolina.
One specialist’s favorite: a gold bracelet picked up in the street that once belonged to Queen Victoria.
A Prohibition-era accessory once again seems practical.
Old patchwork blankets are getting new life as garments. But some preservationists cringe at ripping up heirlooms for fickle fashion.
A leading collector of Cambodian relics, he was credited with helping preserve Khmer culture. He was also charged with trafficking in looted treasures.
It might be worth thousands at auction.
The kit, complete with three crucifixes and a pistol, goes up for auction next week. Experts say it might not save you from the undead, but that’s beside the point.