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There is no doubt that Michael Jackson was a global fashion icon as well as award winning and beloved musician. His wardrobe dictated many of the styles throughout the last few decades.
The Museum of Fine Arts Boston casts a look back at the vivid designs, political and commercial messaging, and documentary value of the postcard with an exhibit of 700 postcards drawn from an archive donated by Leonard A. Lauder.
The jewelry is from a single purser’s bag found during a 1987 research and recovery mission. The collection includes diamond and sapphire rings, brooches, necklaces, cuff links and a gold pocket watch.
Forty outstanding dealers and galleries from the United States and Europe will convene in Boston in the South End for The Ellis Boston Antiques Show.
The new trilingual, 720-page edition of "Modern Furniture: 150 Years of Design" is a sweeping retrospective of furniture design, ranging from an 1859 "bistro chair" to the latest design trends through 2011.
A collection of paintings including works by Rembrandt, Anthony van Dyck and Thomas Gainsborough has left its home at London’s Kenwood House and will travel to museums around the U.S. while the stately home undergoes renovations.
A tall-case clock crafted in 1810 was the heart-stopping piece Peter Sawyer of Exeter proudly brought to his booth this week at the 54th New Hampshire Antiques Show.
From threadbare armchairs to marble mantel clocks, garden furniture to a silver pocket knife, thousands of the late Dutch Queen Juliana’s possessions are going under the hammer in an attic sale fit for a king.
Recently we came across photographs of furnishings so stunning that they could’ve come from Hollywood’s golden age. In fact, they came from LA Vintage Furnishings.
Anguished questions have tortured dozens of victims - from celebrities to wealthy collectors to artists and those managing their estates - defrauded of some $120 million by a man some call the Bernard Madoff of the art world, owner of a lavish Upper
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