Rules & regulations have been relaxed allowing vintage items to be included at antique fairs & dealers are embracing changes, keeping up with customer demand.
The art of penmanship is in danger of being lost, but people are beginning to have their interest in calligraphy reignited by videos of the strangely satisfying beauty of writing that have gone viral.
There were some interesting finds when auctioneer Sean Eacrett went to view the contents of Marshallstown Cottage with a view to auctioning them. Find out more here...
Auctions are exciting places. We take a look at two lots that got bidders excited recently.
The world of auctions can be somewhat unpredictable. On occasion, lots far exceed expectations and whip bidders up into a frenzy. It seems that over the last week two of our auctioneers have experi...Read More
Antique shopping used to be a long tiring process, but the internet has revolutionised it for those that have moved with the times.
The 2019 Art Market Report has been released and shows that the market has grown for the second consecutive year. We take a look at some of the findings here...
The telephone was patented on this day in 1876, we take a walk down memory lane with some telephones going under the hammer.
Once a common feature in most homes, barometers are no longer the staple they used to be. That doesn't mean that prices aren't good though. Fine antique examples can command red hot prices.
A gorgeous Emerald engagement ring that survived the Titanic proves that a story with provenance can add immense value to items.